fair point that
I went through the baseball category for some house cleaning and I thought I'd just throw out a friendly reminder that pro sports, including but not limited to the Tigers, Red Wings, Pistons, Lions, and Shock, are considered "other" when it comes to creating threads.
Please leave the actual sports listed for University of Michigan varsity and club sports. This makes news pertinent to UM that much easier to find.
Thank you. You may resume posting about the Detroit Shock.
Go see this movie now.
I just got back from seeing it, and it is one of the most amazing movies i have seen in the past few years. Most original movie concept i've seen probably ever. This is what movies should be, not crap like twilight and transformers.
Go see it
Edit: As requested further down the thread, I ask that no direct spoilers be talked about, as not to ruin the experience for those who haven't seen it yet
Here's an interesting comment thread on Brent E Ellis blasting David Foster Wallace: http://htmlgiant.com/behind-the-scenes/ellis-on-wallace/
I'm only posting this because I know that our fearless leader is a DFW fan and might want to have a look (Or even a go at some of the commentary or BEE himself).
Thought this was interesting:
Market Title: Administrative Specialist
Working Title: Compliance Coordinator
FLSA Status: Exempt
Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
The University of Michigan is seeking applications from talented individuals for the position of Compliance Coordinator with the Athletic Department's Compliance Services Office. The successful candidate will report to an Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance, assisting in the operation of the athletics compliance program. Duties include assisting in the development, maintenance and presentation of effective rules education materials and resources; assisting in the areas of initial and continuing eligibility, and working with eligibility liaisons in university colleges; assisting with the review and coordination of various compliance monitoring systems involving coaches, athletics staff, student-athletes and prospective student-athletes; and assisting in other duties as assigned.
Successful applicants must have proficient Windows-based computing skills (e.g. Word and Excel, etc.). Bachelor's degree required. Master's or law degree preferred. Knowledge of NCAA and Big Ten conference rules and regulations preferred.
Must be able to establish and maintain positive working relationships with staff, coaches, and student-athletes. Must possess outstanding interpersonal skills.
A cover letter and resume are required for this position. The cover letter shoudl specifically address your interest in the position and outline particular skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
Please note that the review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates will be interviewed on an on-going basis, until the position is filled. Salary is commensurate with experience.