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Salad Days puts us in a salad haze. But even better than Mac Demarco (yes, even better than him) is the fact that today, from 11:30 AM to 3 PM, you can get a free salad! Sweetgreen, a hipster healthy eatery with build-your-own salads, has opened up a new location at 2937 Broadway, just a […]

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If you’re finally at home (or stuck on campus) and the Cowboys vs. Redskins game hasn’t exactly done much to provoke the Thanksgiving spirit, it’s good to know that there’s still something to be thankful for… Thanksgiving feasts!  Let the tryptophan commence!  

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In case you are wondering why College Walk is inundated with red balloons, Bwog Sharp and Pointy Things expert Anish Bramhandkar has discovered their origin. They are courtesy of a group advocating the passage of a House of Representatives resolution on needle exchange. If there is one thing Columbians want on a sunny day, it’s […]

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Study breaks go healthy. A chichi salad bar and cupcakes, too. Update: And even more free cupcakes on the ramps!

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