Share This!It’s been a fun week in Orlando this week. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed all the theme park love being given (mostly, of course, courtesy of Jimmy Fallon.) Have you been enjoying all the excitement?This week, we learn about a Disney sing-along hitting theaters, take a look at a rumor that keeps getting stronger, and so much more! Are you ready? Let’s go!In Case You Missed It – Disney and Universal Orlando News and Rumors That gondola system rumor just isn’t going away. Matter of fact, it seems to be picking up steam.You may have missed it, but the Main Street Electrical Parade is continuing through August 20 at Disneyland! Hooray! Who else is excited? President of New Vacation Operations and Disney Cruise Line Karl Holz will be retiring from Disney. Learn who his successor is.Are the tables being removed from Disney Cruise Line’s verandah rooms? It would certainly appear that way.Get your singing voices ready! Beauty and the Beast sing along version will be hitting theaters starting today! Does this sound like something you would do?I love how happy Jimmy Fallon is about his new attraction! Seriously….look how happy he is!If you missed any episodes of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week where the show was live from Universal, make sure you catch them! I thought they were super fun and entertaining.In Case We Missed ItWhat did we miss? Attach your ideas to a Beauty and the Beast Enchanted Rose Crossbody Bag by Danielle Nicole and send it to [email protected] with the words “In Case You Missed It” in the subject line.Save
BY KEVIN TEME Despite all odds, the Papua New Guinea Men’s under 18 soccer team held off Estonia FC from UEFA before going down in a heart breaking 5-4 penalty shoot out during their second match at the Oceania Confederation Youth Development tournament in Vanuatu. Assistant coach Erickson Komeng said the PNG boys stuck to the game plan and held off their European opponent to extra time when Estonia scored to level the score at 1-all on full time. “ Our only goal came from Solomon Rani and we held Estonia off in most of the playing time but didn’t managed that until the last dying minutes in the extra time that they scored to draw the match at ordinary time,” Komeng said. Komeng said Estonia, is a football team from UEFA from Europe but they gave them a good run before losing 5-4 in the penalty shoot out. “I think they underestimated us. Our boys followed the game plan well despite the high pressure and discipline. Our goal scored by Rani is from high pressure and Estonia’s goal keeper made a silly mistake that we scored. Our game plan again was spot on,” a proud Komeng said. Komeng said by looking at this game, Estonia underestimated his boys and PNG shot the opening goal through Solomon Rani to lead 1-0. However Estonia equalized just on full time and went into penalty shoot out were PNG goalie Adrian Redenut did his best to but fell shot going down 5-4. Meanwhile the PNG U18 boys face off with host country, Vanuatu this Saturday at 2pm. Komeng in responding to various questions said: “We won’t change anything because we have been training and we expecting the boys to do same thing.” “We might change or rotate some players because we have some injuries in the team but we will see how we can go on from here on,” Komeng said. Some of the boys that stood out for PNG are Jason Wadunah, Joshua Urro, Joseph Ealedona, Solomon Rani, Butler Hosea and Moses Joe.
For 29 hours and 18 minutes, Notre Dame fans tuned in Sunday and Monday to watch a live broadcast of student performances and show their support for student groups by flooding the website with their donations.Chris Collins | The Observer Aaron Wall, the director of Notre Dame Day, said this year’s number of monetary gifts from donors far surpassed that of last year’s. A total of 21,478 gifts were given this year compared to last year’s 16,550 gifts. In 2014, Notre Dame Day’s inaugural year, 4,400 gifts were received.“It’s a year-long process, that’s my full time job. Next year starts now,” Wall said. “The whole idea of Notre Dame Day stems from the incredible student presence that we have on campus … and the reality when we started this a couple years ago was that all groups on campus are required to do fundraising and the reality is that it’s hard to do that.”This year, Glee Club, Saint Edward’s Hall, the Ara Parseghian Medical Research Fund, Men’s Rowing and Financial Aid occupied the top five spots on the leaderboard. Glee Club held the No. 1 spot with over $33,000.Wall, a Notre Dame alum, said he remembers how hard it was as a student to fundraise for dorms or other student groups. He said Notre Dame Day is a day that helps to make this process easier and helps students alleviate some of the financial burden that comes with running various organizations. He said Notre Dame Day helps donors get more “bang for their buck” by redistributing funds back into student groups.“We’re not raising money for Notre Dame, we’re raising it for the students,” Wall said. “I’m always just surprised at some of the groups I did not know about before. Like the Military Veterans club that raises a scholarship for veterans to get MBA at Notre Dame.“Ask yourself what you love the most and you can support it and use the million dollars that my team has raised ahead of time to multiply it.”Wall said his decision to attend Notre Dame 16 years ago was a transformative experience that has motivated him to continue working for the University.“What I believe the case is, is that … Notre Dame is not a perfect place, it never will be, it’s made up of flawed people and a flawed institution but that’s okay,” Wall said. “But there [are] so many good things about this place that people care so deeply about and that’s why people are generous. We do a good job as a family because there are so many good things for you to support.”He said as an alum his main goal is to support the students here in any way possible.“I know that transformative power of the University and I think as a community we have a great collective sense of that,” Wall said. “We can always do better and invest in our community so that it can continue to thrive and continue to be excellent.”This year, Notre Dame Day raised money for 900 campus groups. These groups included all residence halls, athletic teams, student activities, Notre Dame alumni associations that give scholarships, academic departments and more. Last year over half of the $1 million went to student residence halls and organizations and Wall said he expects the same thing will happen this year after finalizing the numbers.Wall said his favorite part of his job is meeting students. He addressed some of the confusion students have with Notre Dame Day, saying he can understand some of the confusion because when he was a student at Notre Dame, he never understood the fiscal reality of the University.“The point being is that the number one thing I hear from students … is that we’re just raising more money for Notre Dame and the answer is simply that it isn’t true,” Wall said. “It is all about helping students and having the opportunity to raise money for what they care the most about.“I support the College Republicans just as much as the College Democrats. I know you as a group of students are really passionate about your groups and we as the University have to do more and more to support you and this is the fiscal way to do it. This isn’t about raising money for anything but our students.”Tags: fundraising, Notre Dame Day, residence halls
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