Thieves, Murderers, and Psychopaths: Why I Like True Crime
Beneath the gore and smoke and loam, this book is about the evanescence of life, and why some men choose to fill their brief allotment of time engaging the impossible, others in the manufacture of …
Prominent national figures to discuss leadership lessons at symposium
CHARLESTON, SC – Cadets and college students from around the country will get the opportunity to learn from a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a senior advisor to the Secretary of Defense and the mayor of Charleston, among others, at The Citadel’s 8th Annual Principled Leadership Symposium . The symposium will be held March 12-13, 2015, on The Citadel campus. Lessons in leadership and ethics will be taught by Gen. Peter Pace, former top advisor to President George W. Bush…
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Top-ranked men's volleyball team wins in four at Golden West
Game Leaders Mar 22, 2017 Irvine Valley's men's volleyball team cleared a big test in an important Orange Empire Conference match on Wednesday night The Lasers, ranked No. 1 in the state, topped No. 7 Golden West in four sets on the road. Irvine Valley came out on top, 31-29, 22-25, 25-23, 25-22. IVC improved its record to 11-1 overall and 2-0 in conference. The victory was Irvine Valley's eighth straight. The Lasers haven't lost since Feb. 8 at NCAA Division II Concordia.…
How an X-Men writer inspired binge-worthy, character-driven TV from Buffy to Game of Thrones
Our current golden age of TV storytelling is influenced by comic books, in particular, one writer: Chris Claremont pushed boundaries and gave audiences strong female leads and deeply involved dramas.
Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts
Who makes the list? More important, whom should you be listening to?
Keyn nar zol men nit zayn (Don't be a fool)
Written by a Mr. Margulies to the tune of "A mentsh zol men zayn" (aka Mit gelt tor men nit shtoltsirn), it limns the drawbacks of believing what you hear. I...
What men can learn from women about leadership in the 21st century
Behaviors that in the past may have been obstacles to leadership success will become an edge.
What Men Can Learn About Effective Leadership From Women
The dawn of women leaders is upon us. Here's what men can learn from them.
Why Changing Audiences Call for Visionary Arts Leadership
In a 2013 TED Talk called "What It Takes to Be a Great Leader", Rosalinde Torres states that leaders must consider whether they are courageous enough to abandon practices that led to success in the past. In an age characterized by significant audience changes, I believe this is the most important qu
Women Reach Leadership Roles Earlier Than Men, But Fewer Make It To The Top
CNBC featured data from the Modern Family Index in an article about how women reach leadership roles earlier than men.
How Did Two Texas Boys Turn into Hit Men for the Zetas Drug Cartel?
From Texas Standard: “ Wolf Boys ” explores how a couple of Texas teenagers went from playing under the Friday night lights to working as assassins for Los
Why Do Women Disapprove of Drone Strikes So Much More Than Men Do?
When it comes to drones, men are from Mars and women are from some other planet not named after the Roman God of perpetual war.
Spring Camping Gift Guide For Men & Women 2019
Shop Boundary Waters Catalog For Our 2019 Camping Gift Guide. Featuring Camping Gifts & Essentials That Will Please The Outdoors Fan In Your Life.
What Hats Tell Us About American Men
A brief and incomplete study of men's hats in American history — and what they reveal.
10 Must-Read X-Men Storylines
How blogging can improve school-leadership skills
School leaders who want to have a wider influence on education, and a chance to sharpen their own views, should write a blog and publicly share their thoughts, Dan Kerr, a school principal in Quito, Ecuador, suggests in this blog post. The give-and-take he receives from his readers has made him "a better educator and a better leader," he writes.
Of mice and men: How archaeology confirms a Bible story
Like all of the Assyrian kings Sennacherib was a brutal ruler who governed by fear.
The Gorgeous Typeface That Drove Men Mad and Sparked a 100-Year Mystery
No one seemed to notice him: A dark figure who often came to stand at the edge of London's Hammersmith Bridge on nights in 1916. No one seemed to notice, either, that during his visits he was dropping something into the River Thames. Something heavy.
What Women Know about Leadership that Men Don’t
Great leadership begins with being a whole human being.