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CCSC got it on (in a record 29 minutes!). Brian Wagner watched. Apparently, many of the food trucks around campus are here without permits. In order to rob you of drunk munchies options combat this problem, the NY Parks and Recreation Department is creating a committee to review food truck applications and permit only certain trucks […]

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Satow Room Bureau Chief Martha Turewicz reports on last night’s CCSC meeting, which included grim new details about the War on Food. In the words of jovial President George Krebs, “Welcome to another delightfully wonderful evening.” Krebs continued to dispense with the pleasantries throughout, lending a lightheartedness to proceedings that were markedly more officious than […]

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Bwog just heard word that this July, Governor Paterson signed legislation making smoking illegal in all New York college dormitories — this includes EC!  A pair of RAs also noted that at least for Columbia, the mere possession of tobacco products is forbidden.  In other crackdown news, one Bwog staffer was removed by security this […]

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