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jalopnik.comThese Two Graduates Turned Their Grad Caps Into Formula One WingsIt’s graduation season, which means it’s time for students to bust out their eleventh hour creativity. For some, that means trying to snap their fingers to turn that questionable grade into a solid A during the last week of classes to make sure they won’t have to have an awkward conversation with the parents about why they need a summer semester to actually get their degree. For others, like two students at the University of Texas at Austin, that means making the coolest Formula One graduation caps you’ve ever seen.
jalopnik.comTell Us Your Most Awesome Motorsport MemoryMay is one of the most incredible months in motorsport for a lot of race fans. Some of the biggest events of the year take place in May for Formula One, NASCAR, and IndyCar, and it’s the time of year that a lot of us look back on fondly as the first time we really understood the particular thrill that got you hooked on racing. So it seems like a pretty fitting time to get a little nostalgic.
jalopnik.comA Blind Superfan's Ride-Along In A Two-Seat F1 Car Will Melt Your Icy Cold HeartCharaf-Eddin Ait-Tales is the kind of Formula One fan who knows most of the turns by heart, and is so into it that he’ll shut down his physio practice just to catch the press conferences. He’s been a fan his whole life, even after he went blind at the age of 20. F1 surprised him with a ride-along in their two-seater at the Spanish Grand Prix, and...is someone cutting onions in here?1
theedadvocate.orgA winning formula: how to pick the best teachers - The EdvocateSpread the loveJohn Hattie, University of Melbourne and Terry Bowles, University of Melbourne It’s one of those debates that has seemingly gone on forever. All the way back to the ancient Greeks, people have been trying to figure out the best way to choose teachers. Australian governments, most notably the NSW government and their commonwealth counterparts, have made “lifting the bar” to entry into the teaching profession a priority. Most recently, education minister Christopher Pyne announced plans to have aspiring teachers sit exams before getting into the classroom. While other states are trying to set university entrance score cutoffs for …
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jalopnik.comMonaco Is Keeping Grid Girls But Alongside Grid Guys And Not Holding SignsThe Monaco Grand Prix organizers were one of the loudest opponents to Formula One’s decision to end the use of “grid girls” this year, so they’re going to have them anyway. Yet their role will change for this year, and there will be a mix of male and female models on the grid. So, progress? This actually sounds like progress.
jalopnik.comHere's How Virtual Safety Cars Work In Formula OneFollowing the fatal crash of Jules Bianchi at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, Formula One developed and introduced a new virtual safety car system the next racing season, which slows drivers down during a caution without the need of a physical pace car on the track. Here’s how it works.
nme.comThe Great Escape 2018: The 15 brilliant acts that won this weekendThat was fun, wasn’t it? With plenty of sunshine and even better music, this year’s Great Escape might just be one of the best yet. NME was there, obviously, hopping around Brighton’s best bars, pubs and clubs watching the best new acts on the planet – so here’s what we saw, and bloody loved. Haiku Hands If albums from Confidence Man, Charli XCX and Sofi Tukker have been rattling around your head this year – give this Aussie trio a try. Their brand of hyperactive pop went down a storm across two sets this weekend, and may well just be the most fun you have at a gig this year. Read our full review here. Snail Mail Airing cuts from her upcoming debut album, ‘Lush’ 18-year-old Lindsey Jordan and her band have a presence like that of a seasoned pro at the festival’s new Beach House venue. With tight arrangements, gorgeous harmonies and perhaps The Indie Anthem Of The Year in the shape of ‘Pristine’ – their trajectory is now moving in a frighteningly alarming pace. Only a fool would let this lot crawl away from their attention. Read More: Snail Mail on owning your old self, lo-fi, and her debut album ‘Lush’ Soccer Mommy The same could be said for Nashville teenager Sophie Allison and her band Soccer Mommy – who released their latest album ‘Clean’ earlier this year and follow in the Beach House. But fat chance you won’t hear this lot coming. From the languishing ‘Last Girl’ to the grab-you-by-the-scruff-of-the-neck lessons on ‘Your Dog’, they’re an unmissable prospect. Judging by the songwriting that’s just the way they like it. Bad Gyal Down by the sea at Shooshh bar, there’s beach-ready dancehall bangers from Barcelona’s Bad Gyal. She takes inspiration from ‘90s pop stars like Britney Spears and channels that spirit through a pulsating, hip-shaking show that’s built around ‘Internationally’s addictive chorus. ALMA With a punk DGAF spirit and an intrinsic knack for a large than life banger, it’s no surprise that Finland’s ALMA has found fans in Charli XCX, Halsey and Lykke Li. She turns pop into art, but without the pretence. With a flash of green hair and a fucking good time, she dominates TGE’s Vevo Stage. Her debut album can’t come soon enough. (AT). Pale Waves After a gigantic US tour, the new music festival proved to be an apt opportunity for Manchester’s Pale Waves to assert their ambition for arena shows with a home crowd. Their show at Horatio’s was a forceful statement of intent, with new cuts like ‘Kiss’ and ‘18’ proving to pack the formula that made their magical early singles ‘There’s A Honey’ and ‘Television Romance’ such a success. Read the full review here. Bülow If you haven’t been totally enslaved by ‘Not A Love Song’ yet, then it won’t be long until this ambitious teen’s slick and sophisticated takes over the airwaves and seizes everyone in its path. Dominating Saturday’s Vevo Stage, Bülow won hearts with her danceable but inventive streetwise tales of …Continue reading »