5th International Student Film Camp “Interaction 2010” is going to be held in Pozega (Serbia) from 27th July to 14th August 2010. 20 students of film production, directing, cinematography, sound design and editing from 15 countries, divided into 4 crews are going to make 4 documentaries on the theme “Heritage”.Deadline: 15/04/2010Open to: students of film production, cinematography, sound design or editingEligibility:Your application will be taken into consideration if you are:– a student of film production, directing, cinematography, sound design or editing– experienced in documentary film production– fluent in English and– send correctly filled in the application form along with your photo and the copy of the film in production of which you took part in during your studies.Providing and costsThe organizers provide:– board and lodging for the participants– equipment and material for film production– transport (Belgrade – Pozega – Belgrade)A student / participant pays for:– getting a visa (if they need one to enter Serbia)– transport (to Belgrade and back)– international travel health insuranceApplying for the competitionTo apply for this competition you should submit the following before 15/04/2010:filled in the application form (in electronic form)your photo (JPEG format)the copy of the film in production of which you took part in (DVD format)Send it all to [email protected] orgThe film should be:documentary or short feature onesubtitled into Englishthe one made during your studiesSend a copy of the film to the address below:Independent Film Center “Filmart”International Student Film Camp “Interaction”Radni?ka 1131210 PozegaSerbiaFor more detailed information, click here. Share 0 Similar Stories Training of Trainers – Developing Creativity → Tweet +1 Student Film Camp “Interaction 2010” in Pozega, Serbia The Masters Review Flash Fiction Contest 2021 Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. ← Landscape/Garden Design in Connecticut, USA The Royal Horticultural Society Photographic Competition Volunteer Judge for the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2021 Reddit March 24, 2010 Published by Site Default LinkedIn 0
Positive sales figures thanks to antidumping measures, says IsofotonSpanish solar cells and modules producer Isofoton has seen an increase in European orders for its modules since early August. The company has cited the antidumping measures as having boosted the sales figures. September 3, 2013 Shamsiah Ali Oettinger Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share Isofoton has seen an increase in module orders in Europe since early August. The orders are especially strong from France, Italy and the U.K. With this increase, the debt-ridden company is able to cover its production capacity until the end of this year. The implementation of the antidumping measures in the EU-China trade case has helped the sales numbers according to the company. Ángel Luis Serrano, President of Isofoton, stated, “The antidumping measures are bringing about a rise in prices in the European market, and this has entailed a recovery in margins for the second half of 2013”. The acquisition of the Bureau Veritas European manufacturing quality certificate and the British BRE Global Mark certification for the company’s new polycrystalline module line have also helped. Isofoton now expects the antidumping measures to continue aiding the company in generating new orders in Europe. Nevertheless the future of the company is still dependent on its debt restructure and renegotiation as well as sale of its assets and resizing of the company. 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We live in the 21st century and not much has changed in the way society thinks. Equality is still a myth and discrimination is still prevalent. We talk about the development of society as a whole but we don’t talk about the struggles of the LGBTQ community that has been fighting for equal treatment to date. People who hold a good position believe that there is no inequality because they have all the privileges. Unlike, others they don’t have to suffer any ill-treatment. They don’t have to fight and struggle and feel discriminated on a daily basis.That is one example, there are ample other examples that still depict that despite everything that humans have achieved we still have not solved some of the biggest problems. Inequality is one such hurdle in the path of a better future. Women are still not treated as equally as men. They are still facing discrimination because they do not have equal opportunities as men, they don’t have the same salary as men. Men have so many privileges as their birthright but women have always been struggling to get the same rights. We need to bring a lot of changes and stop predicting like everything is normal and that we have achieved equality.Inequality arises in various ways, one such form is discrimination on the basis of caste. India has four major castes and on the basis of which we have always openly discriminated against the lower caste and even termed them as ‘untouchables’. Many claim that untouchability is a product of the past and it is not present in the current time. But that is a totally absurd claim because there are thousands of cases that can prove that it is still a crucial issue that needs to be solved.Just like lower caste people poor people in India do not get the same treatment as rich. To date, they do not even have access to basic amenities of life. They are struggling to earn enough to just sustain. They can’t afford a better lifestyle. They can’t dream of a better future because they don’t have access to resources. They deserve better facilities and treatment than they are currently getting.In the end, I would not say that complete equality is achievable but at least we need to recognize these issues as a serious problem. We need to consider these issues worth debating upon and take action on these as soon as possible because in the end we all are humans and deserve equal respect and the same treatment.
Campus School Job DescriptionJob SummaryAssist with classroom supervision and provide clerical andinstructional support for the supervising teacher.Take appropriate actions to support a diverse workforce andparticipates in the College’s efforts to create a respectful,inclusive, and welcoming work environment.When completing your application, please attach both a currentresume and cover letter, combined into a single PDF or Worddocument.Essential Functions – Teacher Assistant:Assist in the preparation of the classroom environment bycollecting, organizing, and displaying materials; setting upactivities; displaying children’s work; rearranging desks, chairs,tables, etc. as needed for particular activities; clean-up at theend of the day.Assist in the preparation of materials for the classroom bycreating and putting up bulletin boards; laminating materials;collecting and collating children’s work; setting up specialprojects.Supervise students in the classroom and/or on the playground. Workcooperatively with the supervising teacher and/or other classroomand playground supervisors to ensure the safety and well-being ofstudents at all times; anticipate and respond to students’ needsfor academic or behavioral assistance and guidance; facilitatedaily activities and transitions in the classroom (e.g. fromactivity to activity, lunch, recess, arrival and dismissal) toensure smooth classroom operations.Assist with instruction and evaluation of students as assigned bythe supervising teacher; work with individuals or small groups ofstudents on activities or projects or assignments; shareobservations of students with the supervising teacher; assessstudents’ work as designated by the supervising teacher.Provide clerical support for the supervising teacher by organizingstudent paperwork/folders; record keeping; maintenance of suppliesin the classroom, etc.Other duties as may be assigned by the supervising teacher orschool administration.All employees are expected to participate in the College’sefforts to create a respectful, inclusive, and welcoming workenvironment.Review the Parent Handbook for important information and schoolphilosophies, procedures, etc. Understand and support the Community& Civility Frameworks within the program.Minimum Qualifications (knowledge, skills, education,experience, certifications, licenses)Associate’s Degree in education or related field. Experienceworking with children in group settings, preferably in classroomsettings. Ability to work effectively in-person and in a remoteenvironment.SkillsAbility to form positive and supportive relationships with childrenand adults. Ability to be flexible and work as a member of a team.Good organizational and interpersonal skills; strong technologyskills such as zoom, seesaw, google classroom.Please attach/upload a current resume and cover letter in order foryour application to be considered for this position.Review of applications will beginFebruary 1, 2021Compensation Grade:Grade PPosition Type:Fixed TermAbout Smith CollegeLocated in Northampton, MA, Smith College is one of the largestwomen’s colleges in the country and is dedicated to excellence inteaching and research across the liberal arts. A faculty ofoutstanding scholars interact with students in small classes, asadvisors, and through student-faculty research projects. TheCollege is a member of the Five College Consortium with Amherst,Hampshire and Mt. Holyoke Colleges, and the University ofMassachusetts Amherst. Students cross-enroll and facultycross-teach across the Five Colleges.Smith College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employerand does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, color,religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genderidentity and expression or veteran status in the recruitment andemployment of faculty and staff, and the operation of any of itsprograms and activities, as specified by all applicable laws andregulations. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals withdisabilities are encouraged to apply.
Position Overview:Makes presentations to student groups. Counsels students andparents regarding the admissions process. Examines and assessesacademic records of students to determine eligibility forgraduation or for admission to college, university, or graduateschool. Reads course prerequisites, degree equivalents, andaccreditation of schools, and ascertains grade-point averages toestablish students’ qualifications for admission, transfer, orgraduation. Compares transcripts of courses with school entrance ordegree requirements and prepares evaluation form listing coursesfor graduation. Represents the institution in recruitment of newstudents and participates in the evaluation of applicants. Developsand implements a plan to recruit a diverse pool of potentialapplicants; attends recruiting events, open houses, fairs, orinformation sessions. Provides information to potential applicantsvia phone, email, mail, or in person. Interviews applicants,reviews and evaluates files, and makes recommendations onacceptance or denial. Explains evaluations to students. Refersstudents with academic discrepancies to proper department heads forfurther action. Prepares list of accepted applicants or of degreecandidates and submits it for approval. Issues registration permitsand records acceptances and fees paid. Performs related duties,such as preparing commencement programs and compiling studentaverages for honors. May advise students concerning theireligibility for teacher certificates. May specialize in evaluationof transfer students’ records. Handles moderately complex issuesand problems, and refers more complex issues to higher-level staff.Possesses solid working knowledge of subject matter. Typicallynon-exempt and does not supervise other staff (but may supervisestudents). Typically reports to a department head or manager.Job Level:Scope & Impact: This position is an entry levelprofessional position, with actions that may have a measurableimpact on operations within a work group.Communication & Interaction : Routinely answersquestions and provides information and data requested byindividuals within or outside of work area. Questions that requireinterpretation or are not easily resolved are referred toSupervisor.Effective Knowledge: Demonstrates ability to execute tasksaccording to standard operating procedures and/or direction.Demonstrates ability to learn new subject matter, coupled withattention to detail and responsiveness to feedback.Problem Solving & Judgement : Performs a variety ofduties following established policies and procedures. Resolvesproblems by selecting from approved alternatives based on pastpractices, established procedures, or direction. Relies on directsupervision is available to set priorities and objectives, and toassist in problem resolutionBudget Authority: May provide input into budget developmentby assisting with identification of operational needs andrequirements.Policy & Procedure Authority: Primarily responsible forexecuting routine procedures with direction from seniorstaff.Reporting Relationships : Generally reports to manager orhigher but may receive basic operational direction and guidancefrom senior level staff members.Supervisory & Team Leadership Responsibilities :None.QualificationsQualifications Required:Requires a Bachelor’s degree in job related field or 4+ years ofequivalent work experience in chosen filed that provides knowledgeof and exposure to fundamental theories, principles, and concepts.Requires the application of expertise in a chosen field to achieveresults.Will this employee supervise others?NoPhysical Demands:Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements) maybe made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities toperform essential functions.
Vacancy NumberE546Position Number1244Location of WorkplaceMain UNCW CampusDepartmentCampus Recreation – 40120DivisionStudent Affairs – 40000 DivisionBrief Summary of Work for this PositionThe Assistant Director of Adventure Recreation reports to theAssociate Director of Campus Recreation. The Assistant Director isresponsible for the overall planning, assessment and implementationof programs that focus on educational and development needs ofstudents including leadership, team building, outdoor recreationskills, and healthy leisure activities.These programs include adventure trips, Challenge “Ropes” Course& Climbing Wall, clinics, workshops, equipment rental servicesand resource library. The Assistant Director alsosupervisors/mentors the Adventure Recreation Coordinators, managesassigned Special Events and is responsible for variousadministrative or maintenance tasks.Minimum Education and Experience RequirementsPost-baccalaureate degree, or a bachelor’s degree plus alternativeor equivalent professional training and experience may besubstituted for the advanced degree.Preferred Education, Knowledge, Skills &ExperienceMaster’s degree in Recreation, Physical Education, OutdoorEducation, experiential education or related field (all degreesmust be received from appropriately accredited institution).Four – Five years collegiate adventure recreation programmingexperience with professional staff and student personnelsupervision.Supervisory or related transferable skills.Ability to delegate tasks as appropriate.Demonstrated experience leading groups in outdoor adventuretrips/clinics/programs.Demonstrated experience leading groups in challenge coursefacilitation to include group development with emphasis on innergroup dynamics.Leadership experience with Outward Bound or the National OutdoorLeadership School preferred.Certifications or Licensure (may be acquired after hire):-Wilderness First Responder- CPR / AED /Standard First Aid Instructor or Instructor TrainerCertification – ACCT Challenge Course Level 1, 2 and ChallengeCourse Manager Certification -American Canoe Association Instructoror training (Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoe, Kayak and CoastalKayak) – PCIA, CWA, or AMGA Climbing Wall Instructor Certification- WEA Certificate of Outdoor Leadership or equivalenttraining/course participation -Leave No Trace Trainer CoursecompletionRequired Certifications or LicensuresWilderness First Aid (may be obtained after hire).CPR / AED /Standard First Aid Certification (may be obtained afterhire).Leave No Trace Awareness Training (may be obtained afterhire).Primary Purpose of Organizational UnitThe Department of Campus Recreation organizes and administers avariety of structured and self-directed recreational services thatenhance the overall wellness of the university community. Ourprimary goal is to provide quality recreational experiencesdirected toward positive change in the physical, cognitive andsocial domains of the university community thus enhancing theoverall educational experience. This goal is accomplished byoffering a wide variety of recreational activities, conductingeducational workshops and providing professional training. TheDepartment of Campus Recreation provides a multi-faceted program,which includes: Group Exercise/Fitness Programs, Competitive Sports(Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs) Seahawk Adventure Programs,Aquatics, and Special Events. Campus Recreation at UNCW takes a“something for everyone” approach to programming.College/School InformationUniversity InformationThe University of North Carolina Wilmington, the state’s coastaluniversity, is dedicated to the integration of teaching, mentoring,research and service. Widely acknowledged for its world-classfaculty and staff and continuously recognized at a national levelfor scholarly excellence and affordability, UNCW offers a powerfulacademic experience that stimulates creative inquiry and criticalthinking and a community rich in diversity, inclusion and globalperspectives.A public institution with nearly 18,000 students, UNCW offers afull range of baccalaureate- and graduate-level programs, as wellas doctoral degrees in educational leadership, marine biology,nursing practice and psychology; and many distance learningoptions, including clinical research, an accelerated RN-to- BSNprogram, an Executive M.B.A. program structured for workingprofessionals, and the nation’s only bachelor’s degree programfocused on coastal engineering.The university’s efforts to advance research and scholarlyactivities have earned UNCW the elevated designation of “DoctoralUniversities: High Research Activity” institution (R2 University)by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of HigherEducation.UNCW has been part of the University of North Carolina System since1969.EEO StatementAt the University of North Carolina at Wilmington ( UNCW ), ourculture reflects our values of inclusion, diversity, globalization,ethics and integrity and innovation and we are committed toproviding equality of educational and employment opportunity forall persons without regard to race, sex (such as gender, genderidentity, marital status, childbirth, and pregnancy), age, color,national origin (including ethnicity), religion, disability, sexualorientation, political affiliation, veteran status, militaryservice member status, genetic information, or relationship toother university constituents – except where sex, age, or abilityrepresent bona fide educational or occupational qualifications orwhere marital status is a statutorily established eligibilitycriterion for State funded employee benefit programs. UNCW believesthat embracing the unique contributions of our faculty, staff andstudents is critical to our success and paramount in beingrecognized for our global mindset.Eligibility for EmploymentFinal candidates are subject to criminal & sex offenderbackground checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motorvehicle checks. UNC Wilmington participates in E-Verify. Federallaw requires all employers to verify the identity and employmenteligibility of all persons hired to work in the UnitedStates.Number of OpeningsSingle IncumbentSpecial Notes to ApplicantsMonths Per Year12 MonthsType of PositionPermanentAnticipated Ending Date if Time-Limited PositionsJob Posting Date04/21/2021Posting Close Date05/24/2021Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterList of 3 Professional ReferencesOptional Documents Posting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * How did you learn of this opportunity with UNC Wilmington(2021)?UNCW WebsiteUNCW Facebook PageUNCW Linkedin PageUNCW Twitter AccountUNCW Employee ReferralChronicle of Higher EducationCraigslistDiverse Issues in Higher EducationGlassdoorHigher Ed JobsHispanic OutlookIndeedInside Higher EdNorth Carolina Job NetworkWomen In Higher EducationOther Posting DetailsWorking TitleAssistant Director – Adventure RecreationExternal Link to Postinghttps://jobs.uncw.edu/postings/20418
Click to comment COVID-19 stops Czech Republic! ShareTweetShareShareEmail Recommended for you Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. France beat Norway with Pardin&Mahe in main role! Veszprem wait clash with Zagreb, Davis: This is Champions League Related Items:Czech Republic, daniel kubes and jan filip, handball ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsTwo famous names with international career, Jan Filip and Daniel Kubes will overtake the bench of Czech Republic national team from the next July! They will Vladimir Haber and Jaroslav Hudeček after Qualification Play-Off for the World Championship 2015 in Qatar in which Jicha and Co will face Serbia, the fourth time since 2006.Filip is well known as the TOP scorer of Czech team ever, while Kubes won the EHF CL as a member of THW Kiel in 2012. Both are at the beginning of coaching careers. They signed contracts until the end of June 2017.PHOTO: CHF.cz
On 3 February it started a series of documentaries about modern history. The first was pretty mild, merely saying that President George W. Bush’s grandfather had laundered Nazi money, while American corporations had financed the Nazi attack on the Soviet Union. It also claimed that the Coca-Cola company had invented Fanta especially for the Nazi war machine. That was standard stuff in the Soviet era. I remember listening to Radio Moscow, Radio Peace and Progress and other Communist broadcasters trying endlessly to prove that as Hitler was a capitalist, so capitalists must be Nazis.The next programme started by denouncing American democracy, saying that election results are “carefully choreographed”. That really puzzles me: does that mean that the wicked string-pullers decided that it was necessary to have a cliff-hanger result in Florida in 2002? A bit later on, he added a new note, saying that “Hollywood is being run by masons and sodomites”. I wondered if he had forgotten the Jews, or was saving them for later. Walt Disney, incidentally, is the “destroyer of children’s souls”.Against this daily, hourly drip of pro-regime, anti-Western programming, it’s very hard for the opposition to make headway. Alexander Milinkevic, the rather impressive physicist who is the democrats’ joint candidate and the beneficiary of rather muted outside support, gets just two half-hour television broadcasts. Until last week, when candidates were registered, campaigning was prohibited, so he has just four weeks to get his name across before the election on 16 March. He can’t advertise in the non-state press (and there isn’t much else), or even meet voters except in state-approved locations. He can’t spend more than $30,000. He has to watch his words: “slander” is a vague charge in the electoral rules, which can get you disqualified. None of this, of course, applies to President Alexander Lukashenko, whose plentiful public appearances, denunciations of the opposition, and fawning media coverage are justified on the grounds that he is speaking not as a candidate but as head of state. That goes down well with his core supporters, who are provincial, ill-educated and untravelled. They are also the ones most likely to believe the absurd smears against the opposition. And with other voters? If the regime would only give me a visa, I’d go and find out. But why? If the choreographers are capable of keeping us all in doubt for weeks, surely they are clever enough to fix the result properly from the start? Logic may not be a central ingredient in this brew, but nostalgia for the most pungent propaganda of the Stalinist- era certainly is. Viewers were next treated to a guest appearance by Yuriy Vorobyevskiy, a Russian “expert” who explained that America’s system of government “is rooted in the philosophy of masons”. I once heard freemasonry described as “the great conspiracy of the second-rate”. At best, it is a good way of raising money for charity, fuelled by some bogus rituals. At worst, it makes even murkier that slightly sleazy world where local government and land development overlap. But Vorobyevskiy spoke darkly (and unilluminatingly) about the “truly repulsive” masonic rituals. I was puzzled by the lack of details, so I googled “repulsive masonic rituals” but found zero entries. There are some lurid sites attacking freemasonry in general, but I don’t imagine they were much help for his programme: they are not only clearly written by mad people but also denounce freemasonry for its links to, er, Communism. Edward Lucas is Central and Eastern Europe correspondent for The Economist.
Dave Matthews Band has announced their 45-date 2013 Summer Tour, via their website. With three dates scheduled in April (including a show at New Orleans Jazz Fest), the main part of the tour begins May 17th in The Woodlands, TX and ends September 8th in Mountain View, CA, with dates in Saratoga Springs, NY, Toronto, ON, Mansfield, MA, Wantagh, NY, Bethel, NY, East Troy, WI, Hershey, PA, 3-nights at The Gorge in WA, and many more.Warehouse ticketing request period kicks off on Thursday, February 21 at 10am ET and ends on Monday March 4 at 10am ET. Citi Cardmember presale starts on Monday, March 18. Tickets will be on sale to the general public beginning on Friday, March 22.Dave Matthews Band Summer 2013 Tour Dates04/06/13 Sat Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Pelham, AL04/27/13 Sat Snowden Grove Amphitheater Southaven, MS04/28/13 Sun New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival New Orleans, LA05/17/13 Fri Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands, TX05/18/13 Sat Gexa Energy Pavilion Dallas, TX05/21/13 Tue Tower Amphitheater Austin, TX05/25/13 Sat Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY05/26/13 Sun Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY05/28/13 Tue Molson Canadian Amphitheatre Toronto, ON05/29/13 Wed Toyota Pavilion At Montage Mountain Scranton, PA05/31/13 Fri First Niagara Pavilion Burgettstown, PA06/01/13 Sat Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, OH06/06/13 Thu PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel, NJ06/07/13 Fri Comcast Theatre Hartford, CT06/08/13 Sat Comcast Theatre Hartford, CT06/15/13 Sat Comcast Center (Great Woods) Mansfield, MA06/16/13 Sun Comcast Center (Great Woods) Mansfield, MA06/21/13 Fri Klipsch Music Center Noblesville, IN06/22/13 Sat Klipsch Music Center Noblesville, IN06/25/13 Tue Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, NY06/26/13 Wed Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, NY06/28/13 Fri Susquehanna Bank Center Camden, NJ06/29/13 Sat Susquehanna Bank Center Camden, NJ07/02/13 Tue Bethel Woods Center For The Arts Bethel, NY07/03/13 Wed Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center, NY07/05/13 Fri Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy, WI07/06/13 Sat Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy, WI07/09/13 Tue DTE Energy Music Center Clarkston, MI07/10/13 Wed Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Maryland Heights, MO07/12/13 Fri Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati, OH07/13/13 Sat Hersheypark Stadium Hershey, PA07/17/13 Wed Live Nation Ampitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds Tampa, FL07/19/13 Fri Cruzan Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, FL07/20/13 Sat Cruzan Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, FL07/23/13 Tue Amphitheater at The Wharf Orange Beach, AL07/24/13 Wed Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte, NC07/26/13 Fri Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach Virginia Beach, VA07/27/13 Sat Jiffy Lube Live (Formerly Nissan Pavilion) Bristow, VA08/23/13 Fri Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Commerce City, CO08/24/13 Sat Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Commerce City, CO08/27/13 Tue USANA (West Valley) Amphitheatre West Valley, UT08/30/13 Fri The Gorge George, WA08/31/13 Sat The Gorge George, WA09/01/13 Sun The Gorge George, WA09/04/13 Wed Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena At Harveys Stateline, NV09/06/13 Fri Sleep Train Amphitheatre Chula Vista, CA09/07/13 Sat Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (Irvine Meadows) Irvine, CA09/08/13 Sun Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA
Police say the man had been drinking and had taken off his clothes. Somehow, he immersed himself in the holding tank. LEBANON, Pa. — Rescue crews had to cut apart a portable toilet to rescue a man who got stuck naked inside the potty. Authorities say the 31-year-old man used his cell phone to call 911 on Sunday from inside a portable toilet. Deputy fire commissioner Chris Miller told WPMT-TV, “I’ve been on the job in one form or fashion for 21 years, and this is the first port-a-potty rescue I’ve ever had.” Police charged the man with public drunkenness and creating a health code violation, but they have no idea why he was in the toilet with his clothes off. They said he didn’t suffer any serious injuries.
As part of the Last Lecture series, Lou Nanni, vice president for University Relations, outlined five life lessons in the Hammes Lounge of the Coleman-Morse Center on Thursday. Nanni said he has learned to seek to be faithful and not successful, to surround himself with great people, to keep the sense of being a beginner, to give abundantly and to develop a long-term vision. “Leadership is best when it is given, not sought after,” he said. “Be a person of integrity and let faithfulness guide you. Success will follow.” Part of seeking to be faithful is pursuing one’s passions regardless of what others think or the money to be made, Nanni said. “The toughest thing in life is having the courage to follow your passions,” he said. “If it is playing the flute that you love, play the flute day and night.” The second lesson is to find the best, most inspiring people and get to know them, Nanni said. “Find people whose lives you want to model your lives after, then emulate, imitate and find out what makes them tick,” he said. Nanni said the third lesson is expressed by a statement of St. Benedict to the effect of “If you think you’ve gotten ahead, it’s a sign you’ve fallen behind.” Nanni said he was at his best in his work with the South Bend Center for the Homeless when he first began and worked especially hard because he was aware of the knowledge he lacked. He also said it is important to remember where you came from. “Never forget where you came from, never forget your hometown and never forget childhood friends,” he said. Nanni said he has met people who regret not giving more, but has never met anyone who felt he gave to excess. “No one has ever said to me: ‘I’ve given too much’,” he said. Nanni’s fifth and final lesson was the need to have a long-term vision for one’s life. “You should be able to say in one sentence your vision for your life,” he said. “When I was 27, I came up with my vision to be the best Christian I could be, and have my identifying roles be husband and father.” Nanni said people need to overcome the tendency to think in small time increments and to think about the distant future and the end goals of their lives. A 1984 alumnus of Notre Dame, Nanni said he spent two years after graduating in Santiago, Chile, with the Holy Cross Associates, teaching school and meeting with female political prisoners. He said he fell in love with the poetry of Uruguayan writer Mario Benedetti while learning Spanish. Nanni quoted a poem by Benedetti in which a dying woman writes: “To live means this: to be close.” Nanni said his father’s death after battling bone cancer taught him this lesson. “Death means separation,” Nanni said. “Death is loneliness, to be apart. I realized this wasn’t just a metaphor when my father died.” Nanni said he completed Notre Dame’s one-year Peace Studies master’s program after returning from Chile. He then worked on Catholic and economic issues in the Dominican Republic for three years. He spent the next eight years as executive director of the South Bend Center for the Homeless. Nanni said he was the fifth executive director in two years and that when he started, the Center was $100,000 in debt. “After working harder than I ever had before, we were no longer $100,000 in debt, we were $140,000 in debt,” he said. The Center eventually became a very successful national model, Nanni said. Nanne has been an administrator at the University for 13 years. “What brought me back to Notre Dame was that I wanted the energy to be present for my kids,” he said. To conclude, Nanni read from the end of Canadian writer Edmund Vance Cooke’s poem “How did you die.” “It isn’t the fact that you’re dead that counts,” he quoted, But only how did you die?”
View Comments Esteemed lighting designer Howell Binkley, who won Tony Awards for Hamilton and Jersey Boys, died after a battle with lung cancer on August 14, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. His wife, Joyce Storey, confirmed on Facebook that he died at a hospital in Jacksonville, N.C.Born in Winston-Salem, Binkley attended East Carolina University in Greenville and began his career lighting dance pieces. His first Broadway credit was Kiss of the Spider Woman, for which he was nominated for a Tony Award; he went on to win an Olivier Award when the production transferred to London. Binkley also garnered Tony nominations for In the Heights, the 2009 revival of West Side Story, the 2011 revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, After Midnight, Come From Away and Ain’t Too Proud. Binkley’s off-Broadway credits include The Petrified Prince, Bat Boy: The Musical, The Castle, Landscape of the Body, Chasing Manet, Notes From the Field and, most recently, Nantucket Sleigh Ride.Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda paid tribute to Binkley on Twitter, as did the show’s account. Howell Binkley(Photo by Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com)
Milton Braasch made a move toward the goal against St. Thomas Aquinas last month. Photo courtesy Tom Strongman.The Lancer lacrosse team this week wrapped up its regular season with a 14-8 victory over Blue Valley West, a win that puts it into contention for a high seed in the Lacrosse Association of Kansas City.The Lancers have amassed a 15-3 overall record and went 10-2 in the LAKC. Blue Valley North also finished the year at 10-2 in the league. Rockhurst is undefeated at 12-0 and has secured the top seed in the tourney.Led by Tripp Mohr and William Larson, the Lancers high-powered offensive attack has proven difficult to beat so far this year. But they’ll face stiff competition in the LAKC quarterfinals, which start next Thursday, May 19.The Lancers program has made it to the LAKC title game every year since the league started its tournament in 2012, winning the championship its first two years. In 2014, the Lancers fell to Rockhurst for the title. Last year, they lost to Olathe East/Northwest in the championship game.
Anderson will be playing her singles in the second flight, and is among a trio of freshmen – including Marina Bugaenco and Danielle Mousseau – that Thomson has high hopes for.“Obviously, I’m a little unfamiliar with our freshmen and their ability to compete,” he said. “But it wouldn’t surprise me if any of our three freshmen played well and won their flight.”Playing in the top flight of singles for the Gophers will be junior Nischela Reddy, sophomore Lindsay Risebrough and sophomore Ida Malmberg.Malmberg played on last year’s team, which was made up mostly of walk-ons. She said she can already feel the team is ready to go in a different direction.“If you look at our record last year, it wasn’t that good,” Malmberg said. “But I really enjoyed being around these girls, and I still do. They’re like a family to me now.”Thomson said that while for him, the season started on the first day of practice, tomorrow will be the team’s first chance to see its work fleshed out on the court.“The focus of our team has been on building a good environment,” Thomson said. “And it’s more about the process. Now is the time we can start to apply those things.” Tournament at Baseline Tennis Center the first gauge of the season for Minnesota Mike MullenSeptember 17, 2004Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintMinnesota’s women’s tennis team does not start its season this weekend with the Gophers Invitational Tournament. Not if you listen to coach Tyler Thomson.“I think starting anew is more of a practice thing,” Thomson said. “And we’re starting to accept that and develop it. I think we’d be putting the cart before the horse if we focused on matches right away.”But Thomson said he knows that this event, which has individual players and doubles teams competing in flighted tournaments, is going to be meaningful to his players. Minnesota will play to host to five non-Big Ten teams, including Gustavus Adolphus and Drake.The tournament begins today at 9 a.m., but no Gophers are in action until 11 a.m. It runs all day today through Sunday, culminating in the doubles championship matches at 9:30 a.m. and singles championship matches at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.While Big Ten team competition does not start until January, the results of the Gophers Invitational will factor into the national rankings.“The fall schedule is very important if you’re trying to establish yourself on the national scene,” Thomson said. “(The fall season) is going to be a new experience for almost the whole team, since only two of our current players played in the fall last year.”One of the players who will see her first fall competition this weekend is Jane Anderson, a freshman from Edina, Minn. Anderson said that despite – or perhaps because of – her lack of experience, she’s not nervous about how she’ll play.“(Thomson) told us to just have fun and be relaxed,” Anderson said. “There are no expectations for us now. This is a starting point for us to base things off of.”
By LI WONGLos AlamosI would like to thank Joann Temple for her diligence in keeping Aspen Ridge Assisted Living COVID-19 free. She has handled the concerns of my family with aplomb, and has constantly gone above and beyond what her job calls for.Keep up the good work!
HOPE Pregnancy Center News:HOPE Pregnancy Center continues to serve our community through remote parent mentoring, material assistance porch-drops and take-home pregnancy tests. HOPE’s offices have remained closed since March 16 due to the stay-at-home mandate and to ensure staff and client health and safety and will remain closed until further notice. HOPE’s in-person activities and events are on hold until meeting restrictions due to COVID-19 are lifted and the board and staff agree that the safety of the participants can be reasonably ensured.Even though HOPE’s offices are closed, clients are still receiving remote parent mentoring and check-ins through phone calls and video chats, material assistance through contactless porch-drops, take-home pregnancy tests and referrals to other community resources as needs arise. The support of the community has ensured that services are still provided and HOPE staff remains employed.“We’re thankful for the support of the Los Alamos community,” HOPE Executive Director Kim Ferguson said. “As the COVID pandemic continues, client needs have increased. HOPE has seen an increase in requests for parent mentoring services since the start of the stay-at-home order, and we’ve been checking in with clients to make sure that they are not completely isolated. We’ve also had an increase in individuals registering for services, including those requesting material assistance. As always, HOPE’s services are free to all, and we’re happy to help in whatever ways we can.”As HOPE continues meeting client needs, some specific material donations are needed:Diapers of all sizes;Baby Wipes;Baby shampoo;Lotion;Diaper rash cream;Sunblock; and Toiletries/consumables.To arrange for HOPE’s services or donate material items, call or text 505.500.4165 or email [email protected] To learn more about HOPE, visit www.hpcla.org.About HOPEHOPE Pregnancy Center, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that upholds the sanctity of human life by providing individuals and families with free spiritual, physical, and emotional support related to reproductive health, parenting and relationships. At HOPE’s core is the understanding that healthy relationships build strong communities and all people need loving, honest support, no matter their age, circumstances or choices. The staff and volunteers at HOPE are committed to walking alongside clients throughout their relationships, pregnancy and parenting.HOPE serves all individuals with respect and compassion, regardless of demographics.