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Beginning this school year, Columbia changed its dining hours to provide students on meal plans with 24 hour access to campus dining halls. This created a wave of excitement to students across all four colleges, but Barnard’s complicated bureaucracy has brought limitations to students’ access. We began to hear about Barnard students who attempted to eat JJ’s […]

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It looks like our beloved VaJJ’s is dealing with some difficulties tonight, as the dining area is closed due to an unconfirmed issue. One observer speculated a possible roof leak, but the official problem has yet to be determined. Don’t worry, the grills are still going—patrons are just asked to take their chicken strips to go.

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It’s a Thursday morning–you’ve already slept through your 10:10 (whoops), and you’re in need of some nourishment. You roll into John Jay at around 11, half-asleep and seeking an egg white omelet, and you’re immediately greeted by Yung Berg shouting/growling, “SE-XY! CAN! I!” It’s a jarring experience–serving yourself some cereal as Drake croons, “I’m trying […]

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