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Viewpoint: Mike Krzyzewski should be considered the greatest men's college basketball coach ever

In 1974, following his last season as the coach of the UCLA Bruins, it seemed blasphemous to even hold the thought that John Wooden was not the greatest men’s college basketball coach in history and wouldn’t always be. 708 more words

OPINION

Illumination Through the Fog of War

As I start this new journey, and new website to document my travels, I thought it only fitting to re-publish my first travel column. During my junior year at IU, in the spring of 2011, I had the chance to travel to London, Normandy and Paris for the Footsteps of Ernie Pyle course offered by the Indiana University School of Journalism. 1,137 more words

Travels

Adventures in Coding

Hello again!

I know I haven’t posted a new blog in a while, but I’m going to buck that trend by starting to track my recent adventures in learning to code. 414 more words

Education

Auto-Biography in the Third Person

I’m working on an application for an internship this summer. It’s a competitive field and an internationally known organization. I have to include a biography. Here’s my working copy. 296 more words

Quentin Hines named Mount Clemens football coach

Mount Clemens High School will have the youngest football coach in the Macomb Area Conference next season.

Athletic Director Dawnte Hannah has hired Quentin Hines as the school’s next coach. 348 more words

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Quentin Hines named Mount Clemens football coach

Mount Clemens High School will have the youngest football coach in the Macomb Area Conference next season.

Athletic Director Dawnte Hannah has hired Quentin Hines as the school’s next coach. 338 more words

News

Inspiration and Information: Making the Most Out of Attending Conferences

The holidays are over and as we look forward to the promise of the new year, many of us are inspired in various ways to improve our health, our relationships, and our personal/professional lives. 829 more words

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