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Looking for a little pick-me-up after that chemistry/ biology/ history/ underwater basket weaving midterm kicked your ass? Look no further than the Columbia Greenmarket! Extract your nose from your textbooks, take a much needed study break, and go support your community! As always, the greenmarket is open year-round on Sundays and Thursdays and accepts credit, […]

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Happening right now on the Lerner Ramps, CCSC is giving away free grilled cheese, Capri Sun, and Reeses and other candy as part of their “Recess with Reeses” study break. Apparently, this is what you kids ate all the time in elementary school. This and tomato surprise:

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