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There is a creepy door in the basement of Barnard Hall. Internal Editor Sarah Kinney is here to offer her thoughts. That is all. Every Tuesday and Thursday I find myself in the basement of Barnard Hall, pacing around before going to ballet. Outside the dance studios and fitness center is an oddly positioned set […]

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Some bitter soul tucked this foreboding fortune into the blueprint of the Barnard pool. To them, we ask, “who really needs a pool when the tunnels around Hewitt always smell like one anyway?” RIP pool    

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The SGA is busy discussing many matters that are important to Barnard’s bustling community; our correspondent, restless reporter Renée Kraiem writes. Rep Council met Monday evening despite making quorum by the exact number given the significant absence of Representatives celebrating Rosh Hashanah. In honor of their absence SGA took to hear the renewal and rejuvenation […]

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