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How Did She Know

A tipster who can now consider herself the poet laureate of Bwog’s soul just sent us a way too accurate description of Columbia student’s lives right now: Write a sentence. Eat some food. Write a sentence. Eat some food. Write a eat. Sentence of food. Eat a sentence. Write some food. Food. Food. Food. Never […]

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Get Your Grub On

So your parents are sticking around the city for an extra day, and you need a nice restaurant to take them to that isn’t too far out of the Morningside bubble; or perhaps you’ve met a cutie, and you want to seal the deal with a romantic date at a campus hot spot. Fear not, […]

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(Free Food)^2

If the candy overload from housing selection left you hungry and cranky, we have some good news. Tonight there are TWO events that provide the opportunity to eat your sad feelings about the Woodbridge double you really, really wish were a Hogan suite. The events occur in roughly the same time frame, so it’s a […]

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