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Overseen: If You Give A Mouse A Cookie…

As Laura Numeroff once wrote, “If you give a mouse a cookie, he’s going to ask for a glass of milk.” We don’t know if this mouse was in search of the cookie, the milk or both, but it sure creeped out our tipster as it scampered along the floor of the Union Theological Seminary […]

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If You Give Stressed Zombies Cookies…

…they might actually smile! And then probably glare at you for ruining their diets. But we digress. IN ANY CASE, if you’re craving some study break nomz, look no further than the Culinary Society’s last study break of the semester. They’ll be serving up holiday cookies like they’re going out of style, with reinvented classics […]

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A Cookie For Your Thoughts

At this very moment on the Low Steps, the Veritas Forum is doling out chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies! Except first you have to respond  to this query: “What Are Life’s Hardest Questions?” Get your cookie fix til 4pm, but remember, the mind can never be sated… Enticement via Wikimedia

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