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Haikus About Lerner

Staff Writer Henry Golub wrote about Lerner using six haikus One: Time, time, who needs it? When I schlep up your long ramps My beating heart aches Two: Ferris is crowded Lines last for thirty minutes A bagel for me Three: I like nothing more Than placing my pencil down And seeing it roll Four: If I had […]

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It’s Always Midterms Somewhere: A Set Of Haikus

As midterms become a terrible reality for most at this point in the semester, we had staffers Betsy Ladyzhets and Phoebe Newton put together some haikus to help you get through the stress of studying and your woes in Butler. Boy sits in Butler. He can’t remember when he Was not in Butler. Professor stops speaking. Silence […]

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Savoring Serenity: Pita Grill

We’re always down to eat (especially in the vicinity of 1020), so we were pretty excited about Pita Grill, a new restaurant across the street from St. John the Divine. We sent gyro guru Artur Renault to sample the menu and write haikus about it. As the spring now blooms, So does a new restaurant; Pita […]

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