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Today marks the start of Symposium: A Weeklong Music Festival.  Or, as we like to refer to it, Symposium: A Weeklong Concert with Tons of Free Food—we hope it catches on.  A joint effort between Live at Lerner, Bacchanal, and Postcrypt Coffeehouse, the Symposium will feature concerts in Lerner Piano Lounge with fully catered free […]

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And Yet More Food

If you need something to settle your stomach after free Ben & Jerry’s cones and the pounds of candy you anxiously consumed at housing, the Chabad Student Network is passing out hand-made Shmurah Matza on College Walk for FREE in celebration of Passover. Chabad will also be hosting free Passover Seders this coming Friday and Saturday […]

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