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SGA’s Survey: Not Super Significant

Last night’s Barnard Student Government Association meeting was remarkable in its unnoteworthiness. In contrast with the last two weeks of excitement, SGA welcomed no guests, had no votes, and had no need to enforce order. The topic of discussion was the results of the recent Desserts After Dark survey, the bi-annual survey of the student […]

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Enjoy Some Sweet Treats With BarnLib Tomorrow

It’s no secret that Bwog hearts BarnLib, and we’re super excited about their event in LeFrak tomorrow starting at 6 PM. (aka 24 hours from now!) The BarnLib babes will be whipping up some Millie the Bear-shaped cookies for students to decorate and munch on to brighten up their Monday night. The event will have cookies catering to […]

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Don’t Forget To Eat And Get A Seat!

At Midnight Breakfast and Orgo Night, respectively! Despite some date-drama, the pre-finals breakfast will in fact be held tonight, as per tradition. Head over to LeFrak for a superhero-themed meal at 11 pm if you’re a Barnard senior, 11:30 if you’re a Barnard non-senior, and 12 if you’re a pleb. Also tonight: grab a seat […]

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