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“You never really know the impact that your life has on the world until you hear about things like this.”

At Russell Sage College, a women’s college in Troy, New York, students often have the opportunity to purchase and engrave a brick which will become a physical part of the campus for years to come.

At Russell Sage College, a women's college in Troy, New York, students often have the opportunity to purchase and engrave a brick which will become a physical part of the campus for years to come.

According to the school's website, bricks can showcase “names, memorable dates, class years, small graphics and more.”

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Thanks to the internet, one brick in particular has taken on a life of its own. Its message is simple and direct: “Long live the lesbians!”

Thanks to the internet, one brick in particular has taken on a life of its own. Its message is simple and direct: "Long live the lesbians!"

“I go to a women’s college,” the caption of the photo reads. The image was taken and posted to Tumblr by a former student.

“We have a walkway where bricks can be purchased by alumnae. Most just say names or class years/mascots. But this one. This one is special. It speaks to me.”

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