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Architecture students, take note: Jenny Hsu, SEAS ’10, made this 7-layer model of Low Library out of 100% edible ingredients! Says Hsu, “I just wanted to make it. I’m a second semester senior.” More photos of the cake, as well as photos of an earlier Alice in Wonderland-themed cake, after the jump.

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RoomHop once again with Bwog’s Carolyn Ruvkun to check out this John Jay resident’s epistolary memorabilia. If you believe your room should be Hopped, please email with pictorial evidence. “I consider myself a nostalgic person,” reflects Will Hughes, CC’13. He salvages his memories with a commemorative collage covering every inch of his John Jay single’s […]

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