By Chris McClintick
In the spring of 1922, Howard Roark—the protagonist in Ayn Rand’s 1943 novel The Fountainhead—chooses to leave his architecture school, not compromising his personal architectural beliefs in adhering to the school’s conventionalism.
By James Zug
Sweating Blood: My Life in Squash
Cheshire, England: internationalSportGroup, 2013
It is a shame but inevitable. Like everywhere else in their careers, Nick Matthew and James Willstrop are now placed side by side...
By Will Carlin
The target for competitive shooters is incredibly small. The fifty meter rifle target has a diameter roughly equal to the length of a dollar bill. The 10-point bull’s-eye is 10.4mm wide (a...