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Wednesday night, ResLife sent an email to residents of 616 W 116th St informing them that, starting Thursday, February 17, scaffolding will be put up. I wrote this in the last moments of the building’s scaffolding-less-ness.

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Beyoncé scored more Grammy nominations than any other artist this year. Some of her nine nominations this year include “Formation” for “Song of the Year” and Lemonade for “Album of the Year.” (The Guardian) While visiting an LGBTQ homeless shelter in Harlem, Lady Gaga revealed her personal experiences with PTSD. The artist stressed the value of everyday […]

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