Vacation’s over. I’ve been on vacation for the past week which means I’ve been reading and watching quite a bit, but not writing, blogging or tweeting. I know I’ve missed some interesting stuff, but I’ve also had a chance to read some books and catch up on articles and magazines I’ve been putting aside.
Back to work I go.
Coaching Book :
In honor of March Madness I read John Feinstein’s book The Legend’s Club
Keeping up with the times I read a true beach read, Tom Clancy’s True Faith and Allegiance
IU Fans (The Assembly Call)
Wisconsin v Villanova (ESPN)
Northwestern (LA Times)
Michigan Gets Perspective (Courier-Journal)
Largest Comeback in Tournament History (The Daily Pennsylvanian)
Blatter and Platini (AP)
Pep Comments on John Stones (Independent)
Neuromyths of Learning Styles (Guardian)
Exercise for the Brain (NYT)
The organization found that 33 of the 40 finalists of the 2016 Intel Science Talent Search–the leading science competition for U.S. high school students, run by the Society for Science & the Public and now known as the Regeneron Science Talent Search–were the children of immigrants. Specifically, 30 out of the 40 finalists had parents who worked in America on H-1B visas, the option that is no longer available for expedited processing due to a recent policy change from the Trump administration.