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5. Odd person; Joker; Checking an ID.
9. Buckwheat noodles often served chilled.
13. Spanish appetizer.
14. Denoted with lightbulb.
15. Clapton, Andre, Trump.
16. Pedantic, nit-picky.
17. Common practice before spending 9 hours at the library.
20. Terrapin, Sweet Water 420, Jekyll Big Creek.
22. Snitched.
23. 1987 Album of the Year.
24. ResLife term for sophomore year.
25. Comprehensive final.
31. Zero, zilch, nothing.
35. Opposite of none.
36. King of Asgard.
37. You might do this with a dumbbell.
38. Retired NBA All-Star center, former Laker and Cavalier.
40. Cosmetics company named after the Greek goddess of the night.
41. Modify and improve.
42. Takei in Star Trek.
43. Capital of the Maldives.
44. “___ been working on the railroad.”
45. Creepy stare.
46. Monster might help you pull this.
50. Diplo, Avicii, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki.
52. Used when referring to maiden name.
53. To attribute a quality.
57. “I just had ___, and it felt so good.”
58. The best coffee at the Farmers Market.
61. Tingling sensation often caused by sound
65. Rose, Tuesday.
66. It’s contagious.
67. Military alliance formed at the beginning of the Cold War.
68. British buttocks.
69. Baldwin from 30 Rock.
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1. “When will you be here?”
2. Half of this will have you “out like a light.”
3. MLA, Chicago, ___.
4. Coconut rum.
5. Screaming insects.
6. ___ Lovelace, who designed the earliest computer model.
7. Most hated person on the court.
8. Musically inclined ‘Punk.’
9. A complete thought.
10. Related to the mouth.
11. Chomp.
12. Nailed an exam.
18. To lighten a burden (old-fashioned).
19. Suffix for stupid, curious, equal
21. I’m not your buddy, ___.
25. American mobster, nickname Gaspipe.
26. To cease a warm embrace.
27. “I don’t know how I did on that test, but I gave it __ ___.”
28. Relating to sound quality.
29. Happy, peaceful setting.
30. Visible on Christmas Eve, following Prancer.
32. There’s an explainer about one of these on page two.
33. 2011 Ryan Gosling flick.
34. Change.
39. Straight male makeover TV show
43. Cuban dance music; No. 5
47. Well-coordinated.
48. Girls’ Generation hit song.
49. C6H14, no branches.
51. “I ___ not hit her, I ___ not!”
53. Half of a magical incantation.
54. Used by suspended Emory professor.
55. Team cursed by a billy goat until 2016.
56. “Orinoco Flow” artist.
59. ___ Penn, went to White Castle.
60. Female sheep.
62. Home of the gold lion.
63. Programs include Teen Wolf, Jersey Shore, Beavis and Butthead.
64. Non-Altered Computer memory often for emulator games.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Isaiah Sirois (19C) is from Naples, Fla., majoring in history. He previously served as the Wheel’s managing editor, and the Wheel’s Editorial Board won an SPJ Mark of Excellence Award during his term. He also works on the Wheel’s award-winning crossword team. Outside of the Wheel, he writes and edits for FantasyPros and works for the Atlanta Urban Debate League. He is also a Franklin Junto Fellow in the Program in Democracy and Citizenship and he serves on the executive board of Phi Alpha Theta. Sirois is an avid NASCAR fan and he will be a Team Penske supporter until the end of time.

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Aditya Prakash (20C) is from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, pursuing a double major in neuroscience and behavioral biology and philosophy. He enjoys playing 16-bit indie games and arguing for his pronunciation of the word schedule. He half-jokingly aims to one day join The Onion or Clickhole, but until then he will continue to serve the Wheel.