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Deantini Loves You This Much

Yes, you! He’s giving out hugs on College Walk right now with SWP! Go now! The sky is blue and the flag is green. Is this what makes Columbia worth it?

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The Puppies Are Back!

We figured y’all might need a few light-hearted things to round out this week. So did SWP the Puppy Coalition. To that end, your favorite stress-relievers — THE PUPPIES — are coming back to John Jay to banish your woes. Tomorrow from 2:00 to 3:30 in the John Jay and Furnald lounges, countless (okay, around […]

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Life Got You Down?

Get a free, self-esteem reinforcing hug on College Walk between 2-4 pm today! Science and Oprah say you should, so there’s really no choice in the matter. The hugs are a part of the Free Hugs Campaign.   her majesty via Free Hugs Campaign

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Free Hugs, Greek Love

The Theta Delta Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Incorporated will be giving away Gamma hugs from 4:30pm-6:00pm throughout campus — and they’re free! Photo via Wikimedia Commons

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