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The Dark Night holds many mysteries, not least among them the delibility of chalk. The following sentence is true. The following sentence is true. The following sentence is true. The first sentence in this list is false. Did the chalk last through the night?

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Andy Borowitz, editor of the New York Times bestselling anthology The 50 Funniest American Writers, is a pretty funny guy. Last night, he was joined by Sloane Crosley and David Rakoff  CC ’86, two of the writers included in the collection, for an evening of reading and riffing in Miller Theatre. Pun Professional Clava Brodsky was there to […]

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