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From The Poet Laureate of Section133

We Want The Cup! Sixty-four teams crouched at the starting line, only two rounds left out of seven this time. The ref blows his whistle, the flags go up, the Union fans churning and burning, they yearn for the cup. … Continue reading

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O Captain! My Captain!

  O Captain! My Captain! Your stay at here at PPL looks done. The team has weathered every rumor, the prize we sought still not won. Midseason is near, the fans I hear, the Sons of Ben not exulting, While … Continue reading

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From The Poet Laureate of Section133

Seba at the Spot: A Ballad of the Union Faithful By Doug Dryer The outlook wasn’t brilliant for the Union’s number nine that day; The score stood one to nil, with but thirty-six plus stoppage left to play. And then … Continue reading

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A Midsummer Night’s Doop

A small tear formed in the corner of my eye last Sunday afternoon as I watched a team fromJapannutmeg my heart and end our USWNT’s dreams of World Cup glory. I did not want to let the pressure get to me … Continue reading

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DOOP: Onto The Union’s Success

According to journalist Walter Isaacson, the success of Benjamin Franklin can be directly attributed to his desire to examine more than one side of an issue and to publish different points of view. Isaacson stated, “Franklinis one of the first … Continue reading

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