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Are you feeling guilty about taking free food from clubs you have no interest in joining, but still hungry and broke? Head to 229 Thompson Hall in Teachers College this afternoon from 3–4 pm and volunteer to help out at the closing ceremony of Battle of the Books, a program that encourages West Harlem elementary […]

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The next few weeks will be full of essays (humanities people), textbook cramming/rapid calculator movement (SEAS), and Butler Bingo (procrastinators) as midterms fast approach. But before  the 209 camping begins, we’ll try to make you smile by showing you some images of tiny and adorable children we’ve spotted around Morningside Heights.

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On College Walk, a woman is dragging her child by the arm, when: Mother: ”You don’t need a therapist, I can teach you that!” *Name that tag quote. Image via Wikimedia

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There really are kids on campus, and this isn’t the first time we’ve spotted one of their adorable little bikes. This tricked out Radio Flyer was parked in front of Avery, so naturally it’s fixed-gear.

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Little kid with parents on College Walk: “I don’t like the Lions because they lost today… Have they ever won?”

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Spring Chickens

If you heard the happy shouts of children outside Philosophy this afternoon, here’s why. We’re not perverts, we promise–just innocence-deprived.   – LBD        

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