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Butler has study chairs, and Hamilton has desk chairs, but only Lerner possesses the hybrid study/social/dining/package opening crossover combo chair. Ponder the possibilities of this perch as Lerner’s pleathery peculiarities get polemicized. What does an Air Purifier from Sharper Image, 1980s David Bowie, and the pleathery chairs in Lerner have in common? They all look […]

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Sean Zimmermann gives the scoop on the latest dealings of the math-ier side of student government. Council member William Cybriwsky gave a presentation on how it would cost a mere $123 to purchase a video game system (with games and four controllers) that could be checked out for student use in Lerner. According to his […]

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