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Update, 12:45 pm: Starbucks on 115th is back in business!

About to head out the door for your morning Starbucks? Hold up! Due to the water issues that have been plaguing the neighborhood as of late, the 115th location is closed indefinitely. O, the misfortune! The perils of a caffeine-less 10 am class! What is there to be done? If only there were another Starbucks three blocks away. If only there were somewhere else on campus to get a cup of coffee. We pity you, dear readers.

Your morning commute just got a block longer

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Doesn’t “indefinitely” mean forever?

    1. no says:

      @no it could mean unspecified or undetermined… it’s just the opposite of “definite”. the evocation of “indefinite” may mean “forever” to you though because in many contexts it has been used in a way to mean, basically, forever.

      1. to kill this subject... says:

        @to kill this subject... forever could also be a definite amount of time as well .

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