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There are 14 comments on Points of Departure: Friendship and Free Stew

  1. I can personally attest that faculty as well enjoyed the hospitality of these extraordinary stewards! I am proud to have been a stewcomer.
    Cheers,
    Michael Zank

  2. AHHHHHHHHH its about time you girls got some recognition. You three are a beautiful part of BU and you and stew will live forever in all our hearts!! xoxo

  3. I love this story, but i’m a little sad that I never tasted the stew. Great idea and I hope someone continues your tradition.

    Congratulations.

  4. As the Stewer with the second most attendances on record, I can assure that these Stewards are living legends. Two things, however are less than correct. 1) In addition to the requirements above is a 4th requirement. Time. You can’t stew and screw, that’s just rude. If you come for the stew you gotta stay for a reasonable amount of time for the friendship OR if you have to leave early you have to regret missing out on the Friendship. 2) Technically, the Stew rulebook Ch. 5 Article 3 defines a "Stewcomer" as a first time Stewer, NOT a regular attendee of stew Wednesday. Its a pun on newcomer. Duh! Great article though. BU today should do more stuff like this!Mr. Puddinsnacks 

  5. This is an awesome tradition, and I hope it will be continued. The stew sprit will surely be kept alive by everyone who has been touched by your weekly stewage.

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