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An anonymous source (presumably someone on Allsex?), just submitted a tip alerting us of free food on the 2nd floor of the Diana Center. Go get some delicious, free bake sale goodies while supplies last. Thanks, tipster!  

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This week Bwog received a tip about a student, Sonya Li, who baked a ludicrous amount of baked goods last week. Unfortunately she sold them for money instead of distributing them to downtrodden passersby on College Walk free of charge (just kidding, kidding). Fortunately, she sold them for a good cause. Bwogtastic Bwogger Heather Akumiah […]

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The pastry-savvy members of the American Medical Students Association are having a festive, Halloween-y bakesale on the Lerner Ramps from now until 5 PM. Proceeds will benefit their spring break trip to Peru. The table is stocked with your usual bake sale fare, with a welcome emphasis on cupcakes. And then there are also chocolate […]

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Goodies for tots

There is the most mouth-watering fundraiser out on College Walk right now, thrown by the (mostly) women of the Columbia Greenhouse Nursery School. Cupcakes, cookies, muffins–it’s like the platonic ideal of a bake sale! There’s also a sign for “Apple Day,” which apparently happened over the weekend, but which we think should happen every day […]

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