BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 23, 2014 October 21, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Midterm immigration ads may hurt GOP in 2016: Some worry the midterm rhetoric could complicate the party’s efforts to remold its image to Hispanic voters. Noah Bierman reports. Edward Markey trying to climb ladder in the Senate: Questions over Markey’s effectiveness have become a central issue as his brief term ends and he seeks reelection in November. Noah Bierman details the latest. Casinos no death knell for lotteries: Comparable states where casino gambling has been legalized have seen only modest effects on lotteries. Mark Arsenault reports. For-profit colleges get harsh grades by former students: Many of those students — veterans, single mothers, teenagers — end up in debt, often without degrees, jobs, or prospects. Megan Woolhouse details the story. Scullers earn bragging rights in Head of Charles: What the sculling Great Eights wanted to declare is that they can hop into the big boat and beat the sweep people at their own game. John Powers reports. Patriots face stretch of defining games: New England’s next six games will likely determine whether they’re a true challenger in the NFL or not. Shalise Manza Young details the latest. Keene State students help clean up after riot: The crew moved in hours after hordes of young people tore across campus in a wave of vandalism. Jeremy C. Fox and Jennifer Smith report.