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Ever wanted to steal an obscure German appendix about concrete from the 1870s in the Rock? Well now you don’t have to! The Rock is clearing out some old volumes on the cheap: old Italian novels, music records, and comprehensive (and I mean comprehensive) encyclopedias on CS acronyms. Just avoid any book that looks like this.
Better hurry though: It’s over at 3 p.m.
Possible uses are: cutaway flask storage, paper mâché, or cool and hip dorm decoration. Or, you know, reading.
For our geometric friends who refuse to eat pancakes not in the shape of Mickey Mouse or consume alcohol not in the shape of jell-o shots, the new cone restaurant on Thayer was made for you. It calls itself Toledo, but it has made its way through the Brown circuit referred to as “All in a Cone”. The restaurant takes its moniker from the fact that regular food disguises itself as a cone. In order to preserve its meaning, let’s just refer to it as the “cone clones” (take a cue, G. Lucas!).
In order to celebrate its opening, the restaurant is slashing prices to $1 or $2 for all its menu items from Friday until Sunday. Its outside states that it serves pizza, Mediterranean food, salads, and more in cones. What is the most pressing issue, however, is whether they serve ice cream in cones or in a cooler, alt-er shape.