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What happens when GSCC meets in Roone Auditorium, instead of the Satow Room? A whole lotta updates. Bwog’s got you covered on the run-down, thanks to staffer Joe Milholland’s council reportage. The General Studies Student Council’s abbreviated meeting last night took place in the Roone Auditorium (the Satow Room, where they usually hold meetings, was […]

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Live at Lerner is at it again with their cheery attempts to make Lerner–you know–a legitimate student center.  Today from noon till 2 pm in the Lerner Piano Lounge they will be having a Study Break replete with cookie decorating, Stressbusters, holiday-themed arts and crafts, and a video of a totally real warm fire.  Along […]

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This afternoon from 4 to 6 pm in the Stephen Donaldson Lounge (in the Furnald basement), CQA is hosting their Ugly Sweater Holiday Party. Conveniently scheduled right after the Lit Hum and CC finals—built-in topics of conversation, mirite?—the sweaterfest includes “hot chocolate, eggnog, cider, milk, cookies, and other snacks.” Inspiration via CQA        

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