I hope you had a great Pi Day. I figured I would throw a few links up, especially since the first one involves a high seed that might not be in the tournament very long:
The Nun in Loyola-Chicago’s Huddle Has a Few Things to Say – New York Times
Why No. 1 Virginia’s Plodding Pace Makes It Ripe for an Upset – Wall Street Journal
The EU Is Going After the U.S. Cranberry Industry – Bloomberg. Targeting Paul Ryan's home state.
The Number of Monarch Butterflies Wintering in Mexico Is Down Again
– Modern Farmer. For what it's worth, I've been avoiding the milkweed when mowing waterways and scrubland. I've noticed more Monarchs the last couple years than I saw in previous years.
When Twenty-Six Thousand Stinkbugs Invade Your Home - The New Yorker
Stephen Hawking Is Still Underrated
– The Atlantic
Pi Day 2018: the math of pi explained, as simply as possible - Vox
Trump's mining giveaway – Politico. There is no better example of the ineptitude and corruption of Congress than the fact that a law as shitty as the General Mining Act of 1872 is still the law of the land after 146 years.
Canadian Amateurs Discovered a New Type of Aurora. It’s named Steve. - The Atlantic