Articles by Tyler Hartung
When American high school students enter their junior year (their third of four years of high school) they face tests that will determine which colleges they may (or may not) attend. Those in sports are expected to compete and perform at the varsity level. They move from underclassmen to upperclassmen. In short, the stakes are upped.
For the Unreasonable Institute the stakes are upped as well. This could, and by all means should, be an inflection year.