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Wear Blue, Get Food

It’s as easy as that! So easy that we feel you’ll even be able to understand if we give you directions in the form of a poorly written poem. Without further ado: Have midterms got you feeling blue? Then perhaps a small cupped cake will do. It may not help you pass, And might add […]

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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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Live at Lerner has free cupcakes in the Lerner Piano Lounge. The culinary charity lasts from 12 till 2pm, but Bwog is highly skeptical that 500 cupcakes can last two hours. Temporary tattoos and foam lightning bolts will also be handed out. For more information, roll on over to the Live at Lerner facebook page. […]

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