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As part of ESC and CCSC’s Lerner Hall Study Hall (apparently they’re fans of redundancy), your buddies over at Bwog are hosting a study break tonight at midnight in the West Ramp Lounge (follow the noise). In addition to the classic foods and things, we’ll have a microphone for you to Air Your Grievances about anything—finals, […]

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One of the hallowed traditions of our Ivy brethren has come to an end. Yale coordinators have cancelled future Safety Dances after paramedics transported 8 students to hospitals in the aftermath of the annual event. (Yale Daily News) New traditions are only beginning at Cornell, though, as a pornographic video shot in its engineering library recently […]

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SUNDAY 1-4 pm FURNALD AND JOHN JAY LOUNGES Featuring Delta Society therapy dogs, Stressbusters back rubs, Columbia Art of Living Yoga, crafts, hot chocolate with marshmallows, and smiling people Presented by The Puppy Coalition and the Student Wellness Project Sponsored by Community Development and Res Programs Pups courtesy of Static416’s flickr (it was a toss-up […]

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