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Friday, October 6, 2017

Kyle didn’t have his best stuff tonight, allowing an unaccustomed three walks, but he lasted seven innings and gave up only two hits as the Cubs beat the Nats and Stephen Strasburg 3-0. Carl Edwards…
According to the Hanover Police, three or four members of the Class of ‘21 (the worst class ever — but not by very much) scaled bollards and a chain link fence to touch the bonfire….
I have no problem with suggestions from the left — as long as they are intelligent. But this doesn’t meet the test: Hateful language? How is a judge to define that? Will we have a…
As we noted yesterday, the bonfire is triply protected from any incursion by courageous freshmen: I’d recommend tunnelling myself, but let’s leave it up to the ‘21’s to show us what they are made of….
The Hanlon administration’s plan to put dorms with 750 beds on the College Park site is hard to fathom. One way to think about the massive project is that the dorms would be well over…
Kyle Hendricks ‘12 will start for the Cubs tonight against the Nationals in the first game of the NL Division Series; he’ll probably face Stephen Strasburg. Kyle’s 2017 season was solid, but after being hampered…

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