Mad Librarians wrap-up

Thanks to all the Mad Librarians who participated in the Men’s and Women’s bracket challenges. Duke’s victory on Monday night over Butler gave mchris4duke (disclaimer — that’s me) the win on the Men’s side, while A. Ewbank took top honors in the Women’s bracket after UConn capped a perfect season with a victory over Stanford. Congrats to the winners and I hope you all sign up again next year!

For your reading pleasure, here are some of my favorite March Madness related articles, blog posts, etc.:

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