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The Communal Table

We asked, and you delivered. Although you won’t be around home long enough to enjoy a full week of Thanksgiving leftovers, we imagine that a gallery of festive and appetizing spreads will inspire the holiday spirit to linger just a little bit longer. Moveable feast/ food porn below:

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Or at least on College Walk! Public Safety can’t take it all to the office so they’re handing it out for free while supplies last. Update: Apparently, Public Safety managed to reel it all into their office. No more water! Which is kind of a shame, considering it looks like some freshmen in JJ15 could […]

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As you’ve probably figured out by now, we at Bwog just can’t get enough of free food. Once we’ve stepped off campus, though, we’ve noticed that free food opportunities are few and far between. While some might argue that this is reason enough to never leave the Morningside Bubble, we’d like to think there’s more […]

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