My first thought upon hearing that Kobe Bryant had died in a helicopter crash at 41 years old on Sunday was, “Good Riddance. He was a bad person.” I did not consider his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, I did not consider the other passengers on-board, or the pilot, for that matter. I callously and flippantly thought, … Read moreHow Should Kobe Be Remembered?
Welcome back to March Madness, the cottage industry that erects itself at the beginning of every spring around the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. This single-elimination style tournament of 68 collegiate basketball programs from around the country competing for college basketball’s highest honor is the most riveting event the NCAA holds. It is also … Read moreRoot for the Little Guy in March Madness