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SEAS It, and Never Let It Go

Over the summer, Bwog shed a silent tear when the acronym for Columbia Engineering was changed from “SEAS to “CE.” All hope seemed lost when the powers that be  drilled the inferior acronym into our youngest minds. But the tides turn for the better! A tipster forwarded us the following email this morning from Margaret […]

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SEAS Several Burgers, and Maybe a T-Shirt

ESC invites the mathematically-inclined folk to enjoy some free food from 11:30 am til’ 2 pm today in Lerner Piano Lounge (no word on whether or not it’s strictly SEAS-only). The event, a celebration of SEAS-pride, boasts Mel’s Burgers, cupcakes, T-Shirts, and water bottles. And probably also a handful of R.I.P. Gateway jokes.     […]

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SEAS the Food

As part of their SEAS the Day! celebrations, ESC is giving away free burgers and T-Shirts in Lerner Piano Lounge today from 12 pm – 2 pm (the location was moved due to rain). Carpe them while they last! Update: CPU is also giving away free HamDel sandwiches on Lerner Ramps from 12 pm – […]

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