Though midterms season never seems to truly end, professors have begun returning your first wave of grades… and things certainly could have turned out better.
Sure, the interior of M2M isn’t the most pristine thing you’ve ever looked upon, and the sushi does have a tendency to be (on occasion) expired. While the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) said M2M isn’t completely “vermin proof,” the offerings behind the counter continue to tickle our taste buds, so I’m willing to overlook the fine details. In midterms lingo, they got the wrong answer but showed their work, so partial credit.Amir’s: B @maddietwiener / via Instagram
Honestly, some of the best (maybe because it serves some of the only) Middle Eastern food in the area, and the baklava is delicious. However, the DOHMH has said that there is “evidence of rats” and “roaches” in “food and/or non-food areas,” so I have to wonder how they got just a B rating. In midterms lingo, they left the test feeling as if they completely bombed it, only to score above the class average.Serafina: B @ilovetheupperwestside / via Instagram
I mean, if legend has it that Columbia students only go to Koronet when drunk, that has to say something about the place. Also, the DOHMH has found evidence of “mice or live mice” in “food and/or non-food areas.” How are Koronet mice any better than Amir’s rats??? Koronet is the guy who basically says the same thing as you, just in different words. The professor is none the wiser.
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Veronica Grace Taleon is Spectrum’s deputy editor and a Barnard sophomore. This is the first and last time she has tried to create double entendres with restaurants. Reach her at email@example.com.