Way Down in the Hole

A few yellow hardhats bob amid the gray sheen of the shale that has yet to be coated in concrete. It took two years of methodical blasting to delve this far. The big, gaping hole in the ground, some 34 feet in diameter, is called Shaft 6.

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A History of New York City's Water System

New York City's water has come a long way.

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State of the Art/Art of the State @ The Williams College Museum of Art

State of the Art/Art of the State

Thu., July 28, 4 p.m. — Led by: Christina Simko, Assistant Professor of Sociology. It isn’t just propaganda...

I Would Die for You

Thu., July 28, 8 p.m. — A Prince themed story slam as part of its popular T.M.I.dol story...

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