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Learning to Fail: The Conservative Way.

As I was coaching yesterday in a private lesson with an eleven year old baseball player I was taken aback at the thought he had built up in his head that if he were to be a success he could never fail and that failure was not allowed. 892 more words

Tuesday, May 6, 2015

Book Fair

The Media Center is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair through Friday, May 8.  Come by for some great summer reads!  The book fair is open 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 828 more words

All School

Left-hander Jack Herzing gives baseball team boost during sophomore season

By Steve Orbanek
Marketing Communications Specialist, Penn State Behrend

One by one, Jack Herzing sent them down. Between the left-hander’s strong fastball and biting curveball, Penn State Altoona hitters found themselves helpless at the plate. 678 more words

Around Campus

Lacrosse: The Woodlands vs Dallas Jesuit Photo Gallery

In the Elite Eight Round of the Texas High School Lacrosse League Playoffs, The Woodlands High School defeated the Dallas Jesuit Rangers 7-0.  The Super-Regional was held in Houston on Sunday May 3rd to advance to the Final 4 on Saturday, May 9-10 in Round Rock. 9 more words


Uniquely American: College Athletics

Many foreign delegations visit our university each year and almost always, the topic of college sports, particularly, American football, comes up.  They walk in to my office, notice signed footballs and basketballs, helmets and trophies and bring up the topic before leaving the office.  577 more words

University Of Houston

Plymouth athlete David King wins BUCS Championship title

PLYMOUTH hurdler David King enjoyed a successful start to his outdoor season by winning gold at the BUCS Championships in Bedford.

University of Bath student King claimed the 110m hurdles title in a time of 13.92 seconds. 110 more words