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By Caleb Diehl /// Editor-in-Chief

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Cheese Tasting during French Week

3:30p.m, Nov.7, Miller Center for the Humanities 102

Cheese. Dress with class—this is the closest we’ll get to an on-campus wine tasting

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Ivy Pull Project

10a.m, Nov.8, Pamplin Sports Center 

It’s got a chokehold on Lewis & Clark—no, not Ebola—English Ivy. All-out lunch, and free knit caps (eat at your own risk).  The folks at the Sustainability office know Earth-saving is hard work, so lunch is on them.

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Ray Warren Symposium Advertisement

9p.m, Nov11 & 8a.m, Nov12, Watzek Library Atrium

Free coffee in Watzek atrium advertising the Ray Warren Symposium. 50 cups each time. Get there early, get 100 cups.

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