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Breaking Down the 2017 ECAC Tournament

The ECAC quarterfinals are best of three series played at the home school of the top seeds. The semifinals and finals are single-elimination games played at the site of the conference’s regular season Champion, Clarkson, the following weekend. 548 more words

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Paul Cornell, Who Killed Sherlock Holmes? (2016)

This is a quick follow-up review to my post on the two first books of Paul Cornell’s Shadow Police. In the comments I’ve suggested it starts well and I’m happy to add it continues so. 453 more words

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Police arrest two for Felony Theft after suspects flee from security

Franklin Police Officers arrested two felony suspects who fled from Walmart security Sunday afternoon. Officers were summoned to the Mallory Lane Walmart at 12:45 pm after two suspects stole clothing and two computers before fleeing from security. 152 more words

Media Release

I am a typical twenty-three-year-old who just finished my first year in the workforce. I’m adapting (and sometimes struggling with) post-grad life in solidarity with my peers: I’m learning how to cook, I’ve lost at least 40 percent of my sock collection to the laundry, and I’m trying not to screw anything up at work. 1,189 more words

Family Business

Ivy League Power Rankings - February 20th, 2017

Teams gear up and make a run at Princeton. Matt Morgan gets a new sidekick. Chris Lewis is headed to Dartmouth.

High transfer rates give college basketball plenty of player turnover each season. 1,176 more words

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Wait For It

Mother fucking pieces of shit. Who is this rant directed toward you may ask? I don’t know! But someone is surely to blame in all of this. 480 more words

Paul Cornell, Shadow Police (2012-?)

Paul Cornell is a British author displaying his talent in many genres. I really liked his Dr Who episodes (not knowing he wrote them, I’m not paying enough attentions to tv and movie writers). 569 more words

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