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Head over to the Wollman Library today to satisfy both your intellectual and glucose-based hungers. In collaboration with the New York Public Library, Barnard will be hosting a library card sign-up from 10:30 until 12:30 pm on the library’s 1st floor. There will also be free cupcakes while supplies last! According to a Twitter exchange, […]

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Tenka’s back with a sweet (pun only half intended) deal at the Sweetery Truck parked on 116th and Broadway till 5:30 this evening! Grab a Tenka coupon for a free cupcake, then march on over to the Sweetery Truck to redeem it. Free treats, hurrah!

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Another member of campus staff has generously given Bwog their time. Sarah Camiscoli sat down with Kia of Café 212 to give students another perspective on their daily coffee and baked delights. Bwog: What are the strangest things students are swiping for? Kia: “An apple turnover with cream cheese. Some lady comes and gets it […]

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