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Whether you are genuinely interested in urban issues or hoping to affect an air of interest, consider checking out “Homes and Homelessness,” a discussion to be held on Thursday, February 25 (today!) at 7:30 pm. It will take place in 501 Schermerhorn Hall.  The biggest draw of the event is the main speaker, New York […]

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Artur Renault did what many would consider a self-destructive act. He went deep inside Schermerhorn for fun. The results of this mad expedition are laid before you. From the outside, it looks pretty normal. It almost beckons you to go inside. “Come in, I’m just like Havemeyer or Dodge, or any other brick building with […]

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