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A Cookie For Your Thoughts

At this very moment on the Low Steps, the Veritas Forum is doling out chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies! Except first you have to respond  to this query: “What Are Life’s Hardest Questions?” Get your cookie fix til 4pm, but remember, the mind can never be sated… Enticement via Wikimedia

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Get Thee Free Food* Loving Self to John Jay

It’s that time when Dining gives away piles of packaged snacks to gauge what to stock at JJ’s and Blue Java next year. Ahoy annual Food Expo! It’s happening now until 2pm in John Jay. *You gotta swipe. bummer. Nudity via Wikimedia

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Demi Free Food

Campusfood.com is offering 50% off (up to $15) your next three purchases when you enter the coupon code “EAT50” at checkout. The deal lasts until March 31st, so order up now. Melodic allusion via Wikimedia.

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Honest Tea at 116th and B-way!

Honest Tea is out in front of the 116th Street gates. Take a bottle, and pay a dollar in the box, but you’re on the honor system–nobody is watching! Update: In other food news, it is half-off day at Haagen Dazs! Photo by David Hu

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