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   -Photo of Rinere via Harvard Crimson The long, tortured nonexistence of the sixth floor of Lerner is coming to an end…soon. Though the floor has been without residents (aside from a colony of mice, probably) since Lerner Hall opened in 1999, an administrative light has appeared at the end of the tunnel. In an […]

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Lerner 6 being developed. No word on whether the new floor will have a Second Avenue Subway stop. Take Back the Night: Now with men. Floridita is slightly more doomed than usual. Nobody talking about 1968. (OK, except this column.) More CCSC complaints. Well, those are a little more normal.

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The sixth floor of Lerner has long been a wasteland, a dumping ground for catering carts, broken elliptical machines, and other variegated detritus. It was the most visible emblem of the silliness of our overbooked student center, and of our university’s dank bureaucratic bowels. But no longer! It is to become… a bank of offices. […]

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