Chicago Celebrates Cubs Victory

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Chicago Celebrates Cubs Victory

Millions of fans watch as the celebration rally takes place. Players, managers, and executive members of the team spoke in front of the large crowd.

Millions of fans watch as the celebration rally takes place. Players, managers, and executive members of the team spoke in front of the large crowd.

Alex Loding

Millions of fans watch as the celebration rally takes place. Players, managers, and executive members of the team spoke in front of the large crowd.

Alex Loding

Alex Loding

Millions of fans watch as the celebration rally takes place. Players, managers, and executive members of the team spoke in front of the large crowd.

Delaney Appelhans and Alex Loding, Centerspread Editor and Sports Editor

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On Friday, Nov. 4, the city of Chicago celebrated history being made and the victory of the Chicago Cubs winning the world series. After a 108 year drought and a game 7, 10th inning win, masses of people from all around Chicagoland gathered on the parade route and in Grant Park to watch the celebration of the century. Below are pictures taken by Delaney Appelhans, centerspread editor, and Alex Loding, sports editor, who both attended the events held.

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  • Clark the Cub rides down Michigan Ave. in the Cubs Victory Parade on Friday, November 4.

  • Masses of Cubs fans crowd the streets, making their way towards the celebration rally held at Grant Park.

  • After the victory parade, fans gather around The Bean to take pictures. The Bean was closed off during the celebration, most likely in order to avoid damage.

  • Millions of fans watch as the celebration rally takes place. Players, managers, and executive members of the team spoke in front of the large crowd.

  • Lion statues in front of The Art Institute of Chicago dressed up with Cubs batting helmets to celebrate the win.

  • Several restaurants around the city used signs and advertisements that included congratulatory designs and puns.

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