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Daily Editor Nadra Rahman is incapable of a lot of things: driving, swimming, and skating better than an untutored three-year-old are some of them. Add bike-riding to the list, as she makes a valiant effort to review the newly-launched bike sharing service Zagster, despite her inability to balance. What do Wien, John Jay, and Lerner […]

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Think the poster vendor who was at the gates for one day was your only shot at decorating your room?  Learn from your peers and think again.  Our RoomHop feature shows just what can be done with a cramped room, institutional concrete walls, and some imagination.  Click the links to read the full RoomHops and […]

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Full disclosure: Your correspondent, Carolyn Ruvkun, lives on John Jay 11. Though she did not participate in the project described below, she is inclined to defend her floor mates and their shenanigans. On Sunday afternoon, a few badass residents of John Jay decided to construct a string-and-cup telephone between rooms on opposites sides of the […]

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