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John Jay let out a collective scream yesterday when housing announced that their elevator (cause of much strife) will not be fixed for another three to four weeks. Three. To. Four. Weeks. So, for all you JJ residents out there, that means another MONTH of twenty minute lines, cramming fifteen people into the elevator, and […]

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Around 11 AM today, we started receiving tips about a massive noise heard at the 620 residence hall on 116th. Although our thoughts immediately jumped to the Cloverfield monster, the source of the noise appears to be something much less reptilian: the boiler. According to eyewitnesses, 620’s boiler exploded, producing massive amounts of smoke and […]

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