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Gear up, read a Whitman poem for inspiration, and boldly leave the comforts of your dorm and go carve some pumpkins! Even though it is snowing, it is still Halloween, and what better way to celebrate than over some pumpkin fun with the RAs of The Block? Swing by 546 W. 114th Street from 2 […]

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A too-little, too-late (too-gross) allusion to shock porn? We would never! And we resent the accusation. No, this is just our feature about two very hungry girls trying to share big mouthfuls of one snack. Morningside is overflowing with seasonal treats, so we summoned Alison Herman and Sam Schipani to navigate the deep, dark, gooey (and […]

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Most people associate pumpkin with only two things: pumpkin pie and jack o’ lanterns. What we often forget is that this fantastic squash has many other uses. It can easily cross the border between sweet and savory. This Halloween, be more adventurous with your pumpkin! Here are four fantastic uses for pumpkin: 1. Pumpkin Soup […]

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