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Beyond Barnard And The Bounds of Bureaucracy

Didn’t catch last night’s meeting of Barnard’s Student Government Association last night? We can’t imagine what you were doing that was more important. In any case, Barnard Bureau Chief Dassi Karp was there, and she reports back about Beyond Barnard and other initiatives that just might work. Barnard’s SGA meetings have fallen into a consistent […]

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Chicken Strips Are The Solution To Stress Culture

I will never forget how hard my first day of college was. I was lost. Afraid. Alone. I knew no one. I had no friends. In the middle of my first lecture, the hole of being alone and loneliness started to eat me alive. Literally. I felt like there was a hole inside of me. […]

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KevSho Endorses Orgo Night

In a remarkable change of heart from last semester’s public scolding, Dean Shollenberger now whole-heartedly, enthusiastically supports this year’s Orgo Night, and encourages you to do the same!!! Perhaps the greatest use of ellipses ever Want more? Orgo Night is next Thursday, May 9th at 11:59 pm in 209.

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