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When last we left the great promises of Off Campus Flex, we were bemoaning its demise and then celebrating its resurrection.  But now, as part of a long list Housing and Dining improvements (which include a mini-Mill Korean at Carleton Lounge in Mudd, faux-vitamin water in John Jay, a taco bar in Ferris Booth, and […]

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Citing the dining services webpage, Tipster Peter Labuza, informs Bwog that Chipotle will be accepting flex at some point this summer. According dining services, students can reap the nutritive benefits of Chipotle’s burritos and at the same time exercise their creativity as they build their Mexican creations.  It is unclear when this initiative will begin […]

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Though we previously reported the Death of Off-Campus Flex, we’re here to edit that pronouncement. Kind of. While Hamdel sandwiches remain just out of reach (so close, yet also far!), CCSC President Michelle Diamond just announced that University Hardware is now accepting Flex.  This way, you can use all the cash you don’t spend on […]

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As we reported yesterday, HamDel decided to stop accepting Flex Points. The secession came as a surprise to CCSC and to the positively Lincolnian Michael Novielli (of Student Auxiliary and Business Services), who stopped by HamDel today to speak with the owner, Nick. According to Nick, the long lines of students eager for sandwiches and […]

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Bwog received startling news from Tipster Casey Johnston who photographed the distressing sign (see right) outside of HamDel. And just three weeks into Off-Campus Flex’s brief flirtation with existence! Bwog called HamDel, desperate for answers. “Um… I dunno,” answered a HamDel employee when questioned about the disappearance (death?) of Off-Campus Flex. CC ’09 President George […]

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We’re one day in to Michelle Diamond’s CCSC’s big off-campus flex adventure, and cold reality is beginning to set in. Bwog’s deep and meticulous investigation of anecdotes solicited from fellow Bwoggers shows that CUID transactions are drawn-out processes that challenge the patience of the already rather impatient cashiers at local eateries. Justin Vlasits reports that […]

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Last night, concerned citizen/tipster Karen Kwan alerted Bwog that Barnard students had once again received an email advertising free pizza. Only this time, it was to inform them that their free pizza party had moved locations. Instead of the Domino’s on 125th, the free, medium, one-topping pies had migrated south to Famiglia Pizzeria. “LOCATION CHANGE” […]

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Nussbaum & Wu is now officially parent subsidized.  That’s right gentle reader–one swipe is all you need for the most cream cheese you could ask for on a toasted bagel.  HamDel will be coming by tomorrow morning at the latest, according to BB1 (the vendor). BB1 plans to ship the equipment to Fairway tonight, so […]

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RAs chained to their rooms, ten pound ball style, seriously Mark Zuckerberg and Jeremy Bentham, love-buddies. Wait, no Pinnacle? Wheat, no Nussbaum and Wu? Meet me on the Champ-Elysees of New York. Oh wait, you can’t. You’re an RA. It’s all about the Ivy League and the Cotton Club. 

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It’s moment you’ve all been waiting for [insert bombastic drum roll] because this spring all of you baby-blue donning lions and lionesses will be able swipe your parents’ money away in a smorgasbord of local vendors.  Because The Powers That Be want to test run the program before they expand to “any/all interested vendors” in […]

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Yeah, they’ve been working on off-campus flex forever, but after the whole social security number thing got resolved this year, maybe filling out a survey will help it actually happen before you graduate. Want to spend your parents’ money at HamDel? Pinkberry? Card-o-mat? Let Student Services know here, any time before Christmas (and probably after […]

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It had been a while since they met, so there was much to propose and resolve last night.  Warning: the following post may contain graphic Lerner 6 discussion and adult off-campus flex dialogue.  Reader discretion is advised. Proposal Regarding Academic Advising Center Problem: Lerner 6 was never finished and the Center for Student Advising has […]

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