Yes, it’s been a while since part 1 and 2. Yes I’ve been lazy. No I don’t really have an excuse. Woops.
Just a wrap up for photos from around Oxford from my lovely visit. 101 more words
Joseph F. Keany (A.M., LL.B., LL.D., K.S.G.) was born on April 9, 1867 in Brooklyn and baptized in “old” St. James Parish, Brooklyn. He was a member of the freshman class of 1882-1883, received the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1893 and the Master of Arts in 1895 from St. 204 more words
“Oh no, he’s dropped it” cursed my neighbour, adding “Jeez, such basic errors these guys are making”
It is difficult for me to hide my surprise: not at the statement, which is the self-evident truth (there is a lot of basic, sloppy play on the field); but at the identity of my neighbour sitting alongside. 747 more words
— Terrell Hall (@_TrillTrell_) March 17, 2015
The college football recruiting game can get ugly, and Maryland suddenly finds itself dragged into the mud by a recruit of the national-champion Buckeyes for an apparent slight and wasted opportunity.376 more words