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Overheard: A Good Problem to Have

Earlier tonight, a girl to her friend: “I have too much homework to cheat on my boyfriend tonight.” Image via Wikimedia Commons

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Diwali, With A Chance of Free Food

The Hindu Student Organization/Ahimsa’s Diwali Celebration is sold out, but enter your name on the waitlist and you’ll still have a chance of free food come 8:00. Also, Bwogger Anish Bramhandkar hears from inside sources that eventually doors will be opened to everyone. If ye be patient, be fed! Photo via Wikimedia Commons

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