Lines Extend Across God Shepherd Plaze

Roosevelt Islanders United... Over Ben & Jerry's

Good news travels fast, great news even faster, and Roosevelt Islanders unite in agreement. We all love Ben & Jerry's, and we agree that ice cream tastes even better when it's free.

Roosevelt Islanders United... Over Ben & Jerry's
Photo credit: Sylvan Klein

Seniors hit the line first, line up for free ice cream offered by the producers of a movie that used Cornell Tech as a helicopter landing site, earlier today.

But it wasn't long before the rest of the neighborhood caught up. 

Roosevelt Islanders United... Over Ben & Jerry's
Photo credit: Sylvan Klein

Within ten minutes of the window going up, ice cream lovers formed a line all the way across Good Shepherd Plaza.

Thanks to Sylvan Klein for being on the spot while we were busy elsewhere.

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