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Cupcakes with JPS

The Journal of Politics and Society will give you food and beverages if you come read their new edition! Lerner ramps Outside Lerner, 1pm to 3pm.  If you miss it, you can always fiind that charming little rag on the racks at Barnes and Noble. But then you get no cupcakes. 

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Free money at Lerner ramps!

…kind of. In what could be a cynically necessary (or unprecedentedly desperate) attempt to motivate Columbia’s legions of indifferent secular Jews, Aish is offering to shell out $250 to anyone willing to take their online course in general Judaism. While Bwog can’t help but question Aish’s methodology (even more in-your-face than a year and a half ago) its […]

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Free Pizza!

Taya Mueller of CUArts reports: There’s a boatload of two-topping pizzas and soda getting ready to dock in the Piano Lounge at Lerner from 4-5 PM during the CUArts Havel focus group—come and get it.  4:30 PM is your best bet. xo, CUArts  

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