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OS Cribs: RIP To The Big Onion

Although we tearfully bid farewell to the glory days of pizza and cheesesteaks at The Big O last May, we just uncovered an important artifact. Stashed away in a dope apartment above Dunkin’ Donuts hangs the beloved Big O sign in all its beauty:

dsc_0274 Ah, what would you give again to enjoy the sweet, sweet taste of a cheese slice from the Big O?

dsc_0273Here’s a side angle of the now-historical landmark.

dsc_0283Would a college apartment really be complete without a deconstructed calendar of puppies underwater?

dsc_0284The hallway is lined with some pretty impressive paintings by the tenants’ mothers at a wine & design class.

dsc_0287The freshman year nostalgia continues into the living room where the boys posted an ice cream social sign from Bigler Hall.

dsc_0289And just in case you forgot…here’s a little bit of inspiration for your daily routine.

We miss you, Big O. Rest in paradise you beautiful food palace. At least you’ll live on forever in a College Ave. apartment.

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About the Author

Jamie Saslaw

Jamie is a New Jersey native majoring in Film/Video and Spanish. Besides photography and filmmaking, she is a devoted puppy enthusiast and aspires to care and love for (approximately) one million dogs someday.


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