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Senior Staffer Sarah Kinney noticed some intriguing new additions to Blue Java’s offerings. 

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2Girls1Snack is BACK! Staff writers Hadley Callaway and Layla Alexander tried out various muffins from around campus because who doesn’t like muffins? Here are their reviews of different muffins from MoHi. It was a drowsy Saturday afternoon. The light had started to intensify in the Butler windows, blinding us as the sun sang its final […]

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Achilles teaches us that sometimes you just have to break bread with your enemy. And though none of us are out to get each other—except for whoever took Bwog’s place in SCUBA class, that hurts bro—we all like to eat a bit of grub when we’re talking about serious issues. Hence, Pro Israel Progressives is […]

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According to a tipster, there are “HUNDREDS of FREE MUFFINS in the lobby of Dodge.” Though the blueberry is only “mediocre,” what the muffins lack in flavor the “impressive display” makes up. Update, 2:27 pm: The muffins are all gone. “Literally just crumbs,” we’re told.

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A small film crew is asking students their opinions on “global education” as part of a documentary to be shown at an upcoming conference on Columbia’s commitment to being a global university. So get to the Lerner ramps before 2 if you have a hunger for fame…and muffins!

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