To our readers:
Due to technical difficulties, The Crimson did not publish a print edition on September 27, 2017. Fortunately, all of our stories were available online at thecrimson.com. The problem has since been resolved and we have resumed our normal print publication schedule. We apologize for any inconvenience the disruption may have caused. Interested readers may visit our offices for copies of the September 27, 2017 print edition.
The Crimson remains committed to providing our journalism to readers, both in print and online.
Keep the old sheet flying,
Derek K. Choi ’18
President, 144th Guard
Andrew M. Duehren ’18
Managing Editor, 144th Guard
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