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Did you know that there is no rule on the amount of cookies that can be bought at the Oasis in the lunchroom?

During lunch there are four choices of cookies available to buy: chocolate chip, M&M, sugar cookies and chocolate. The cookies are 50 cents each and students are free to buy as many as they want.

“Right now about 450-500 [cookies are] sold during lunch everyday,” Food Service Manager Donna Holeman said.

Due to the lines at Oasis being so long, the policy of ‘no ID, no cookies’ lowers long wait times, thus making the process more efficient. This does not defer cookie-hungry students as asking their friends who do have their IDs is a simple get-around.

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