Twitter ReddIt + posts Welcome TCU Class of 2025 World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Madison Fowler is a senior communication studies major and journalism minor. When she is not writing for TCU 360 she is most likely fostering dogs and reminiscing on her travels abroad. Photo by TCU Soccer Twitter ReddIt Head coach Eric Bell said the field needed improvements.“In our situation, the resurfacing needed to happen,” he said. “These improvements are going to allow us to have a championship performance on a championship field.”The new field will be completed before this fall’s soccer season. The grass will be growing by the end of June and will be completed the end of July 2017 to be ready by this August. Updates can be found on their Twitter. printWhen crews finish construction on the Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium, players won’t have to run uphill anymore, but they will be able to safely play in the rain.The field was originally had a clay surface, meaning the water wouldn’t drain correctly, and it was built on a hill.“It may not seem to be too noticeable to the eye, but they were having to run uphill while playing,” said Harold Leeman, the director of facility planning and construction.The soccer field was six feet higher at one end, Leeman said. Now, construction crews are working on resurfacing the field by bringing the hill down to a level to ensure a flat playing ground.Crews are also adding a drainage system so they can play in the rain. The field will no longer turn muddy which affected practices and games because the water will drain through rather than sitting on top, Leeman said.The field is being changed from clay-based to sand-based. This will keep the field drier with less wet spots and flooding, Leeman said. The field will also permit more grass growth and less patchy spots.The crews will also replace the four existing light poles with six new poles. This will enable them to have televised games at night, said Brandie Davidson, the assistant director of media relations.During the resurfacing construction, the team is practicing in the indoor facility in the mornings. Linkedin Women’s basketball attendance is still “not where it needs to be” Facebook The know-it-all’s guide to getting your textbooks Facebook Linkedin Women’s hoops tops Texas Tech, 76-62 Madison Fowlerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-fowler/ Twitter Sustainability on campus shows progress but has further to go Madison Fowlerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-fowler/ Madison Fowler Previous articleCelebrity Dish (Ep. 13 – Chance the Rapper, The Oscars and more)Next articleStudent survives deadly ski accident Madison Fowler RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Madison Fowlerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-fowler/ Madison Fowlerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-fowler/
Previous articleTop hotel award comes after 300 staff laid off at Adare ManorNext articleEarls returns as nine Munster players named in Irish squad for Autumn Nations Cup Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Mayor Michael Collins.LIMERICK City and County Council has joined forces with Limerick Chamber in a call to support home grown businesses by shopping local and early as the Christmas period approaches.With Level Five Covid restrictions affecting many shops across the city and county, Mayor Michael Collins has asked the people of Limerick to spend their money online with local businesses.Many of these businesses have been supported by the establishment of Limerick.ie/Shop initiative launched earlier this year. The free online shopping platform was a response by Limerick City and County Council and Limerick Chamber to help Limerick businesses trade while their doors were closed by connecting consumers with local suppliers for their shopping needs.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “We have an opportunity to do for the Christmas period what was done for the summer by getting behind local businesses and making sure that they finish out this very challenging year with our support and encouragement,” Mayor Collins said.“As it is not possible to shop instore with so many businesses over the coming weeks, I would impress on the public to support them online and not immediately think of global online marketplaces as a first option.“Limerick City and County Council made this easier this year with an innovative offering by establishing the Limerick.ie/Shop platform. Over 225 businesses have participated in this programme and we would ask the public to go to the site to explore the brilliant offering these businesses have. I would also like to call on businesses not yet registered on Limerick.ie/Shop to do so, it’s free and you’ll be part of a wider Christmas marketing campaign.”Chief Executive of Limerick Chamber, Dee Ryan said: “There’s fantastic choice and quality across Limerick and if we all get behind this initiative, we can give local business the Christmas boost that it deserves.“It’s not alone that we support these businesses but, in doing so, we are supporting employment in Limerick. More than ever, this Christmas period is a time to ‘shop Limerick’,” she said.Local small businesses are being encouraged to avail of training opportunities over the challenging weeks ahead with Limerick Local Enterprise Office. There are still a number of places available on its ‘How to Manage a Retail Business During Uncertain Times’ course.This interactive online workshop that enables independent retailers to go back to their businesses and implement a step by step approach towards ensuring their business succeeds and improves their bottom line.A Trading Online Voucher, which is designed to stimulate a small business to develop its online trading presence is also available through the Limerick LEO with a maximum amount payable of €2,500. It can be used to develop or upgrade an e-commerce website or implement a digital marketing strategy.“Limerick businesses have made incredible efforts this year to support customers with a wide range of initiatives to support public health. The least we can do in return is support them online during what should be the busiest trading time of the year and hopefully moving to these restrictions will make a difference so we all can look forward to a safe Christmas,” Mayor Collins concluded. WhatsApp Facebook Advertisement Twitter Email BusinessNewsMayor urges Limerick people to spend online with local businessesBy Staff Reporter – November 5, 2020 179 Print Linkedin
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News UpdatesDirect Labs/Hospitals To Inform Persons Who Come For COVID-19 Test To Be In Home Quarantine Till Results : Karnataka HC To Govt [Read Order] Mustafa Plumber20 July 2020 8:22 PMShare This – xObserving that the State and Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) should take all possible steps to reduce time required for making available Covid19 test reports, the Karnataka High Court on Monday directed the state to issue directions to laboratories and hospitals to inform those coming for the swab test about their obligation to go for home isolation till the report is available….Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginObserving that the State and Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) should take all possible steps to reduce time required for making available Covid19 test reports, the Karnataka High Court on Monday directed the state to issue directions to laboratories and hospitals to inform those coming for the swab test about their obligation to go for home isolation till the report is available. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Alok Aradhe said: “As observed on earlier date, there is a time gap between person getting intimated of tested positive and visit of paramedic and team of BBMP at his residence. This time is very crucial as delay, can result in spread of COVID19. This will be so in case of asymptomatic patient because he may not be in home quarantine after he submits his sample for test. State and BBMP must ensure that time lag between test report and visit of BBMP team is curtailed to the minimum.” Further it added that “After a person receives a report or SMS that he is tested positive, considering the state of mind of such a patient, he needs to be informed immediately what action he is supposed to take. He must be informed that in case he is asymptomatic and does not have facility of home isolation he can go to private CCC. In case his condition requires admission to hospital he has freedom of approaching private hospitals the list of which is available on the portal of BBMP. He should also be informed that any event team of BBMP will visit his residence.”After going through the circular issued by the government regarding facilities required for home isolation the bench said “In very few cases ideal isolation facilities will be available to a person who has tested positive. If a person who is having ILI symptoms test positive, continues to stay at home which is not suitable as an isolation facility, he may become a source of spreading infection of virus. This grey area has to be addressed by the State and BBMP. A person who goes to the testing centre and falls in the category B is immediately advised home quarantined. If home does not qualify for home isolation he should be moved to CCC. Considering large number of cases which are reported in the city, state should take appropriate steps to curtail the time limit for test results.” In its written submission the state government informed the court that it has issued an order under section 24 (f) of the disaster management act directing private hospitals to reserve 50 percent beds for State and BBMP to be used for treating Covid patients. However, the court said “The said order does not deal with the issue of denial of admission to Covid-19 patients on beds which are not reserved for state or BBMP. State will consider whether such directions can be issued to private hospitals in relation to beds which are not reserved and available to covid19 patients subject to payment of charges. State to consider whether a direction can be issued to private hospitals not to deny admission to any Covid-19 patient if beds are available and if the person is willing to pay charges.” The bench has also asked the state to issue a direction to private hospitals that non-covid patients cannot be refused treatment by private hospitals unless they bring a test report of covid19, test. On the report submitted by the District Legal Aid Services Authority the bench about the non active CCC in the city. The bench directed the state to look into the same. The bench also asked the BBMP to place on record steps taken to resolve the issues regarding not providing safety equipments to pourakarmikas. 23 pourakarmikas have tested positive in a random checking done in one ward and till now five have expired after being infected with Covid19. The court will continue to hear the matters on July 23.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Nearly 40 states are on alert for snow, ice and bitter cold as about 70.4% of the U.S. is covered by snow.The South is still digging out from snow and ice that hit earlier this week, closing vaccination sites and bringing roads to a standstill — but a second storm is closing in.Overnight, a storm brought several reported tornadoes to Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. At least three people were killed from the reported twister in North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper said.That same storm is moving through the Northeast Tuesday with ice and snow for inland areas and just mild rain for the Interstate-95 corridor.Additional snow and ice will hit northern New England where 6 to 10 inches of snow is possible through Tuesday afternoon.Meanwhile, a record-breaking cold snap is slamming the central U.S.The wind chill — what it feels like — plunged Tuesday morning to minus 12 degrees in Little Rock, Arkansas, minus 11 degrees in Dallas, minus 15 degrees in Memphis, Tennessee and 0 degrees in Austin, Texas.Early Wednesday morning, a second storm will move into the South, including Dallas, Oklahoma City and Little Rock, bringing more snow and ice.Three to six inches of snowfall is possible for northern Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.Freezing rain and sleet is expected to extend from Dallas to Shreveport, Louisiana, to North Carolina and into Virginia.By Thursday afternoon and evening, this new storm will reach the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast with ice, snow and heavy rain.The Interstate-95 corridor from Washington, D.C., to New York to Boston could see three to six inches of snow before the snow changes to rain. Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
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THE direct-current electrical conductivity of glacial ice depends on its acidity1–3, and can also indicate changes in climate, as ice formed in cold, dusty periods has a high concentration of alkaline dust1,4,5, which significantly reduces the conductivity6,7 compared to warmer, less dusty periods. Here we present electrical conductivity records for the Greenland Ice Sheet Project 2 (GISP2) and Greenland Ice-core Project (GRIP) ice cores, drilled 28 km apart to enable direct comparison of the results. The upper parts of both records are consistent with previous evidence from other Greenland cores4,8& #150;12 for a stable Greenland climate during the Holocene, and a series of warm events punctuating the last glacial period. However, there is a significant discrepancy between the two records in the bottom 10% of the cores, calling into question recent reports of climate variability in the last interglacial4,8 and the penultimate glaciation8. At this stage, it is too early to say what exactly is causing the discrepancy, although ice flow may have introduced some discontinuities into the records. Further work will be necessary to establish how much climatic information it will eventually be possible to extract from the lower parts of the two cores.
Position Details Type of SearchExternal Position Start Date08/16/2020 Position’s Functional TitleAY20-21 Adjunct Faculty – Communication * Do you have experience teaching in graduate and/orundergraduate programs at an accredited college or university?YesNo Position End Date (if temporary) Position Summary Governors State University’s College of Arts and Sciences seeks tocreate an available pool of Adjunct Faculty candidates to teachcourses in our Communication program. Courses taught by adjunctfaculty in the above program are primarily for undergraduate.Depending on qualifications and experience, graduates teachingopportunities may be available. Please visithttp://www.govst.edu/cas/cmp for more information about the programand courses offered.We are particularly interested in adjunct faculty to teach coursesin Journalism, Public Relations and Advertising, StrategicCommunication, and Critical Cultural Studies.Interested individuals are invited to complete a faculty profile,attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, transcripts, and a list ofreferences for consideration.At Governors State University, adjunct faculty are hired astemporary faculty with teaching responsibilities for a specificcourse in a semester or summer session. Adjuncts are not part ofthe faculty bargaining unit and are not included in membership ofthe Faculty Senate. Department A Master’s degree in Communication or a related discipline. Closing Date07/31/2021 Minimum Qualifications Classification TitleAdjunct Faculty The ideal candidate will have experience teaching undergraduate,graduate, and/or online courses. Posting Date05/20/2020 Quicklink for Postinghttps://employment.govst.edu/postings/5239 Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum VitaeCover LetterTranscriptsList of ReferencesOptional DocumentsLetter of RecommendationOtherOther2Other3Other4ResumeOther5 * Experience teaching in online/hybrid delivery?YesNo Preferred Qualifications Employee ID * What is the highest level of education attained?GEDHigh School DiplomaAssociates DegreeBachelors DegreeMasters DegreeDoctorate DegreeABD Position TypeAdjunct Special Instructions to Applicants Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Open Until FilledYes Posting NumberFA0322P
A Doll’s Housedir Tom Littler15 – 18 NovemberThe MoserYou are requested not to mention Ibsen’s Doll’s House!” – such was the cry of many a social invitation in 1879, where even discussing the Norwegian playwright’s classic treatmentof a woman’s role in a patriarchal society was enough to incite scandal. In this production, however, director Tom Littler consciously shifts the emphasisaway from a female struggle in a male-dominated world to the universal struggle to assert personal freedom, and fulfil our “duty to ourselves.” What so shocked spectators in the nineteenth century – the idea that a heroine could lie to her family, and even put herself before her husband – is not what shocks audiences in the twenty-first century. However, Littler creates a fresh impact by bringing the human condition, and not social conditions, to the fore, questioning the motivations of Ibsen’s characters while investigating the relationshipbetween loyalty and liberty.The staging reflects the contemporarynature of such themes; the action is wrenched firmly away from the stuffy Victorian lounges in which it is normally found and thrown firmly into the present day, presenting us with a meticulously recreated present day living room. With the play also being performed outside Oxford, designer Pip Swindall has a far greater budget to work from than we would expect from a Moser production, and it shows. The lavish set, carpeted and fully decorated, creates a perfect naturalistic backdrop, encouraging the audience to lose themselves in the confines of Nora’s domestic world. The realism restores the immediacy that would have greeted original audiences by placing Nora Helmer’s distressing story within the comfortable surroundings of an average middle-class home. A doll’s house itself sits ominously among the possessions, a reminder of Nora’s trapped state, merely a toy to be played with, as and when her family chooses, while the merry Christmasadornments stand in stark contrast to the increasingly fraught emotions of the various characters. Christmas carols drift disquietingly through the play, their joyfulness ravaged by white noise, or by the creak of a door, a leitmotif that hints menacingly at the play’s shattering conclusion. The naturalistic set is punctured by a projection screen, doubling as a window, where shifting images convey the internal worlds of Ibsen’s characters, helping to clarify their inner thoughts and desires.The acting is almost invariably excellent, a high degree of naturalism meaning we often forget we are watchinga theatrical performance. Claire Palmer beautifully captures Nora’s conflict of loyalties, and provides a powerful and intensely empathetic focus for the play, carrying herself wonderfullyin an incredibly draining role. Kane Sharpe, as her husband Torvald, creates the archetypal modern professional;charming, condescending and reputation-obsessed, he is not simply a fierce misogynist but a loving husband, albeit one to whom a wife is a pet. Their initial playful exchanges, where Torvald teasingly reprimands his little “squirrel” for being a spendthrift, make their later exchanges all the more devastating, the contrast between the superficially happy family and Nora’s horribly constrained relationship with her husband brought into even sharper relief.The couple are well supported by Ben Galpin as the blackmailing Krogstadt, not presented as a one-dimensional evil but as a sympathetic character with understandablemotives, and Caz Brown, a world-weary, compassionate Kristine. The freshness of Ibsen’s dialogue makes it seem almost contemporary, and the cast approach it as such, with electrifying results. The staging can at times become overly static but the constantly engaging naturalism of the characters means it rarely becomes tedious.A Doll’s House is an emotionally exhausting piece of theatre, but a truly rewarding one, and while we may not be scandalised by this production, it provides a unique exploration into what our duty is to ourselves and to others. You are encouraged to discuss it.ARCHIVE: 5th week MT 2005