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Juventus New ‘beyond football’ Logo

The Old Lady has a new set of clothes. Juventus, one of the world’s most famous and most successful football clubs – known in Italy as La Vecchia Signora – has launched a new logo and an ambitious plan to go ‘beyond football’…and It’s not that bad.

Source: Juventus launch new logo to go ‘beyond football’. Will it take them there? – Creative Review

The Beautiful Game’s Undershirt Goal Celebration

Along with the wonder goals, penalties, sending offs and pitch invasions, some of football’s most memorable moments have come in the form of the undershirt celebration: hastily scrawled or ironed-on messages expressing political views or religious beliefs, which players would lift their shirt to reveal after scoring a goal.

Source: I Belong to Jesus: a Loving Homage to the Undershirt Goal Celebration – Creative Review

Can Virtual Reality Revolutionize Education?

Virtual reality’s immersive qualities have been researched for decades. In the mid-1990s, several years before The Matrix was released, controlled studies were conducted to test VR’s effectiveness as a form of exposure therapy – which enables sufferers to confront the object of their fear in a controlled environment – treating conditions such as acrophobia, a fear of heights. While the results were very promising, broadly waning consumer interest in the technology at the time saw it largely fall out of the

Source: Can Virtual Reality Revolutionise Education? – Digital Pulse

Leicester City – A Diverse Home of Champions

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How Leicester City is the first city in the United Kingdom with less than 50 percent of the population identifying as “white British,” which some people see as the inevitable destiny of an island nation that tried to conquer the world, while others see it as a sign of the apocalypse. People here of different faiths and races seem to get along; Narborough Road, one of the main avenues into the city, was named the most diverse street in Britain by researchers. Shopkeepers and small business owners from 23 nations work there.

Source: We’ve Come To Win the League | ESPN