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Crossword Help

bill_crossword_puzzleIf you are ever bored in class, chances are you’ve picked up a crossword puzzle to give you something to do, from time to time. Now, sometimes, you may be able to solve the puzzle without a problem, but other times, you are left with empty squares and no idea how to fill them. Luckily, for those of us who attempt the famous Will Shortz New York Times crossword puzzle every day, there is a solution.

Rex Parker is an online crossword puzzle genius. Every day, he completes the NYT puzzle in less than half an hour, and then posts the completed puzzle along with a breakdown of the thought process behind how he got the answers on his blog. If you are stumped, this is a great resource. Not knowing one clue should never hold you back from your goals of classroom time-wasting. Happy Puzzling!


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Eli Glazier

Eli is a junior majoring in International Politics. He enjoys paninis and books.


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