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How Cup Noodles Saved My Life

Saviors come in vast variety, ranging from your celebrity crush to the stranger who held the door open for you as the 37 distinct items perfectly perched in your arms began to slip. Staff Writer Chloe Gong divulges how her savior came through just in time.

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Live at Lerner Holds Amazing Study Break Today

Live at Lerner is having their final event of the season today from noon to 2 in the Lerner piano lounge, and it’s a big one. One of Bwog’s favorite acts will be performing – Stressbusters! There will also be lunch, cards to decorate, and a roaring tv fire. On the menu for Columbia’s consistently […]

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Bubble Tea! Where?

Hurry over to Low steps for the longest line you’ve ever seen! …Oh, and there’s FREE BUBBLE TEA at the end of it . We’re not quite sure what the occasion is, other than a cryptic sign labelled “China Day.” We’ll take giant quantities of tapioca and slushie fruit no matter what the excuse is, […]

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Free Food, Courtesy of NOM^3

Head to the Lerner ramps NOW for free samples of NOM^3’s NOMdays menu! Update, 2:43 pm: NOM^3 is moving to Alma on account of the wonderful weather.

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