GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for March 29, 2017.
College Crosse News.
The lads at Jacksonville have a special message for all their fans.
A special message for this weekend ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/5behNosH3s— JU Men's Lacrosse (@JU_MLAX) March 28, 2017
Everyone loves the Orange.
FINAL: Marquette 7, Air Force 6 pic.twitter.com/13ljXn93D6— Marquette Lacrosse (@MarquetteMLax) March 28, 2017
Canisius’ coach Randy Mearns discusses the difficult loss to Binghamton yesterday.
Nice CNBC story on East Coast Dyes: “While playing it safe & getting CPA credentials, twin brothers, Greg & Mike Kenneally used smart tactics to turn their passion for lacrosse into a successful company.”
Hit those books, boys!
Eat like a Wolverine!
Our performance nutrition team does a pretty incredible job. https://t.co/THwhl2geah— John Paul (@JohnPaulUM) March 29, 2017
What’s Up, Philly?
Fox News has confirmed the news, first reported by Crossing Broad, that Mele will join its morning news team. Although an exact start date and show haven’t been decided, Mele is expected to start in her new role at the end of April. “We are proud of Jillian’s work on TCN and CSN over the past two years, and wish her the best as she embarks on the next phase of her career,” CSN said in a statement. Mele’s last day was Friday
Deemed the ‘world’s tallest building ever’, Analemma Tower will be suspended from an orbiting asteroid 31,068 miles (50,000 km) above the Earth– and the only way to leave is by parachute. The orbital path would swing the tower in a figure eight pattern between the northern and southern hemispheres each day, taking residents on a tour through different parts of the world - all in just a 24 hour orbital cycle. The radical design was created by Clouds Architecture Office, which is also the mastermind behind proposals for a Mars house and a cloud city. The firm's latest design, Analemma Tower, will 'overturn the established skyscraper typology', as it builds from the sky down, instead of the ground up. 'Through the course of history humanity has been able to affect the environment on increasing scales,' explained the firm.
Your GIF for March 29, 2017: When you bring your boy along for a walk.
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