The Deerslayer

On the way home from Moravian College, the team from CNN’s Crossfire that spoke here October 26 reduced the deer population of the United States by one.

Tucker Carlson was snoozing in the back of a town car, returning to his home in the Washington, D.C., area, when two deer darted onto I-95 south of Baltimore.

“The driver avoided one but collided with the other, setting off the air bag and rendering the car undriveable,” said the Washington Post, which is so good about supplying occasional items for InCommon.

No humans were hurt. No pundits, either, whose status as members of the human family is debatable.
In a display of bipartisanship, Begala gave Carlson and his driver a lift. “I’m afraid the deer was not long for this world,” he said.

Crossfire called Jon Stewart and asked him to deliver the coup de grâce to the deer, much as he had on the show October 22.

Just kidding.

November 10, 2004

Morning Starlets:
Child soloists announced for Vespers services.

The Deerslayer:
Our Crossfire guests meet a deer on the way home, with unfortunate results for the deer.
The In Crowd:
Moravian to be included in Peterson’s Competitive Colleges.
Irregularity:
Revised schedule for InCommon.
Datebook:
Campus calendar.

A Note for All to Read:
Thanks to the College from Priscilla Payne Hurd, chairman of the Board of Trustees.

Gaudeamus:
Faculty, staff, student achievements.