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Tonight is Glass House Rocks: the one day a year that Lerner lives up to its design.  This wild event comes together on the efforts of SGA, CCSC, ESC, and GSSC and promises to be a rollicking night of fun and joy.  This year’s theme is The Mighty Jungle and will feature performances and food from many […]

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There’s a lot to overhear in Lerner, from the incessant piano playing to the chiming of elevators as they go up and down and up and down or sometimes just linger on one floor with their doors opening and closing. Oh, and then there are the student conversations. Without further ado, we present a series […]

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