AS EYE SEE IT: First come, first served

Confronted with a starving family and no other conceivable option of feeding them, Les Miserable’s Jean Valjean ethically resorted to the theft of a loaf of bread. Certainly, one can sympathize with Valjean’s plight. For there comes a point at which any act can be morally justifiable, and so too is the case of frequent usage of the bookstore’s free, edible offerings.

Popular belief around campus holds that one ought to live by the \”once-a-day rule.”