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Come get (coffee) buzzed with Maddie and me outside of Butler today! Our generous publishers James and Nik accidentally left me the Bwog credit card this weekend, and so I thought, “what better way to celebrate than by giving away coffee and racking up some serious Starbucks stars along the way?”  In honor of midterms, Bwog will be giving away […]

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Free Coffee Alert

Greetings from NSOP!  We’ll have some gossip, pictures, and notes in a later post, but for now we wanted to alert you that Oren’s is giving free small iced or hot coffees with Columbia/Barnard ID.  Go claim one.  You deserve it.  (Bwog’s already had 4.) Typo or pun?

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Fast Free Food

If you act quickly enough (read: start moving now), you can make tonight’s free food event, a.k.a. Community Impact’s Open House. Get your monthly exercise in by running to Earl Hall for free pizza, coffee, and cupcakes (remember, it’s our birthday). The event lasts until 8:30 and, you know, you might even help out the […]

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Forlorn, downtrodden, and perpetually abused BlackBerry users, today is your (perhaps last) shot at superiority. This time, the glances will be of envy, not of pity, when you proudly walk by with your free iced coffee. From 12 to 1 today at the Sundial, the Columbia BlackBerry Ambassadors—which is apparently a thing—will be giving out Starbucks iced coffee […]

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For those poor souls awake this early on a Friday morning, the Committee on Global Thought invites you to break your fast at 9 a.m. in 918 IAB over a roundtable discussion with Misha Glenny, expert on modern crime and author of McMafia and Dark Market. A meeting will follow for those interested in the Committee […]

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Get Caffeinated! Free Coffee in Lerner courtesy of Peer Health Exchange.

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