Written by June 27, 2018 /Sports News – Local Seven U of U Women’s Swimmers Named As CSCAA Scholar All-Americans Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNORFOLK, Va.-Wednesday, the University of Utah’s women’s swimming/diving team saw seven of their stellar scholar-athletes honored as Scholar All-Americans by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America.For the second consecutive season, senior Dorien Butter of Cairo, Egypt and sophomore Sarah Lott of Los Alamos, N.M. were honored.First-time honorees include freshman Clare Greenlow of Menlo Park, Calif., freshman Sara McClendon of Mansfield, Texas, junior Genny Robertson of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, freshman Emma Ruchala of Tinley Park, Ill., and junior Gillian St. John of Albuquerque, N.M.To obtain honorable mention selection to the CSCAA Scholar All-American Team, swimmers must have achieved a GPA of at least 3.50, achieved a “B time” standard or competed at their respective diving qualifying meets.Butter is now a three-time first-team All-Pac-12 academic honoree and Lott was named second-team all-conference this past season.St. John and Robertson also earned academic honors from the Pac-12 in 2018. Tags: Clare Greenlow/Dorien Butter/Emma Ruchala/Genny Robertson/Gillian St. John/Pac 12/Sara McClendon/Sarah Lott/Utah Swimming/Diving
Information leaked to Cherwell last week suggests that Oxford Fashion Week is struggling to sell tickets for its most expensive shows. Some ticket reps are also complaining that the perks offered to them are not enough for the work they put in.The annual fashion week kicks off this Sunday but according to an e-mail sent to ticket reps two weeks ago, the company had sold just seventeen tickets for the £35 “Concept Show” and only six tickets for their £55 Malmaison Lingerie Show. The considerably cheaper £6 Style Show had reportedly sold over 125 tickets.This year’s Fashion Week has recently announced the addition of two Lady Gaga costumes, which will feature in the Couture Show as well as the return of Fashion journalist Dolly Jones, editor of VOGUE.COM, who will be joining the Oxford Fashion Week forum on Monday. However, students are complaining that the week’s events are unrealistically expensive even with these new inclusions.OFW found it difficult to sell tickets for their pricier events last year in the run up to the week. The business made an overall financial loss for that year’s event.Although the company declined to comment on current sales figures, Carl Anglim, CEO of OFW, defended the company’s decision to keep prices high. He promised that this year’s Fashion Show will “be far and away the most luxurious evening of the week at Oxford’s dramatic converted prison”.For its second year, OFW decided to recruit College Representatives to raise awareness of the week and further increase ticket sales. Mr Anglim said, “The primary role of College Reps is to provide a point of information in each college and to bring OFW closer to students. We are delighted to have so many who have volunteered to help”.However, some ticket reps blame the lack of perks offered by the company for poor ticket sales.One representative for the week told Cherwell that she had not sold any tickets. “I can’t really be bothered. It’s all very overpriced and there aren’t many incentives. If you sell over £100 worth of tickets you get a free ticket to the Style show, which is hardly worth pushing sales for considering that it is by far the cheapest event”.Another student, who wished to remain anonymous, dropped out of selling tickets. She said, “There’s some free stuff for ticket reps but only if you sell enough tickets. It’s a tad exploitative. Plus I think everything is way too expensive so I didn’t feel comfortable selling people tickets”.The criticisms follow other difficulties in what has been a difficult second year for Oxford’s biggest fashion event. Earlier in the year, the company had to scale down the Week from six events to five. The sixth event, a Couture show, was allegedly cancelled following “a big row about budgets and the way OFW was presenting itself,” according to one insider.However, Mr Anglim has rejected these claims, saying for the Couture Show “the elements were not in place at the right time for the scale of event we wanted.”
Facebook Previous articleAir Force flyover salute comes to Northern Indiana TuesdayNext articleEviction and Foreclosure protections through June 4 in Indiana 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. Twitter By 95.3 MNC – May 4, 2020 0 983 (Photo supplied/St. Joseph County Police Department) Police in St. Joseph County won’t be enforcing the health department’s orders regarding face masks and hand sanitizer.St. Joseph County Police sent the following statement to 95.3 MNC:In response to multiple inquires about the Sheriff and County Police’s role in any enforcement of the Order issued by the County Health Department Sunday night, the County Police direct you to contact the Health Department and issue the following statement:Sheriff Redman and the Department first became aware of the order on Sunday night like everyone else, through online media reports. Our department’s legal interpretation regarding the enforcement of this order is that it would be enforced just as any other order of the County Health Department. This order is no different from those issued regularly regarding food service/restaurants, tattoo parlors, or sewer/septic requirements the health officer might issue. This process is typically handled internally by the health department via a complaint and sending of an abatement letter, without any police involvement. Sheriff Redman does not anticipate any deviation from this usual process such that would require the involvement of police. Lastly, we want to point out that the health department’s order does not state that masks must be worn in public at all times. The order specifically states that when physical distancing of at least six feet cannot be maintained, then face coverings shall be worn when in public. This is also the recommended practice of Governor Holcomb’s five-stage plan released Friday and recommended by the CDC. Pinterest Pinterest Google+ Google+ Facebook St. Joseph County Police won’t enforce county’s face mask, hand sanitizer orders WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews
Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, said: Firstly my thoughts are with the members of the public that were injured in this incident. Thankfully none of them received life threatening injuries and I would like to take this opportunity to wish them a speedy recovery. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the emergency services for the speed in which they responded and apprehended, immediately, the suspect. It is a reminder to us all the work that they do day in and day out to keep us safe. I have received a briefing on the incident from the Head of Counter-Terrorism Policing and the Security Services. Obviously it is a live investigation and there is a limit to what I can say at this point, but we must give the police the time they need to do their work and they will be providing regular updates. And lastly, I would also like to thank the people of London. This is not the first time we have seen an incident of this type on the streets. I would like to thank them for their resolve and the resilience they have shown – and determination to make sure that those who seek to exploit these types of incident will not be allowed to divide us. Find out more about the support available if you have been affected by the incident in Westminster.
Bake Off: Crème de la Crème star Cherish Finden has been appointed creative development chef at luxury chocolatier Godiva.She will lead menu development for the firm’s upcoming UK cafés – expanding on its site inside Harrods, London.Renowned internationally for her pastry skills, Finden has made a number of appearances on UK television, including Heston’s Great British Food on Channel 4 and BBC’s MasterChef, among others.Godiva’s chocolatiers will work with Finden to create new menus with a focus on luxury signature dishes and unique dining experiences.Originally from Singapore, she honed her skills at the six-star Raffles Hotel. Since then, she has won more than 25 medals and awards from international culinary competitions, has been executive pastry chef at the Langham Hotel in London, and created a Windsor Castle-shaped cake for The Queen’s 90th birthday.“I’ve always found it fascinating to work with chocolate and see how I can transform it into a beautiful piece of art,” commented Finden regarding the move.Godiva currently owns and operates more than 800 artisan and modern retail boutique stores in over 100 countries.The UK launch, due later this year, will see Godiva’s cafés expand fully into the UK for the first time.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education is pleased to announce that 20 Harvard College seniors have been selected as the first cohort of Harvard Teachers Fellows (HTF) — an innovative program designed to create pathways for Harvard College undergraduates to enter a teaching career.“I am absolutely delighted to welcome these 20 fellows to the HGSE community. As Harvard undergraduates, these students could choose any career path imaginable. They have chosen teaching, and, to me, there is no higher calling,” said Dean James Ryan. “I am both deeply thankful for their commitment to this work and incredibly excited to have them all as part of our inaugural class. I have no doubt that they, alongside Harvard Teacher Fellows Program alumni for years to come, will have a powerful impact on the lives of students. And I hope that their example inspires others at Harvard, across the Ivy League, and beyond to follow in their footsteps and to choose teaching as a career.”The program, designed by HGSE faculty experts in teaching and learning, was created in response to the growing interest in education among Harvard undergraduates. It was also designed to respond to the need for more well-prepared teachers by drawing Harvard undergraduates into the teaching profession. Read Full Story
DALLAS (AP) — A federal judge has granted permission for a West Texas flower shop owner charged in last month’s riot at the U.S. Capitol to take a work-related four-day trip to Mexico. U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden on Friday said in the order granting Jenny Cudd’s request for travel later this month that neither her pretrial services officer nor prosecutors opposed the request. The judge says she had no criminal history and said there was no evidence she was a flight risk or posed a danger to others. She was indicted this week by a federal grand jury on five charges related to the riot.
With one home football game left on the 2013 schedule, director of game day operations Mike Seamon said Saturday’s Navy game weekend went “incredibly well,” despite the chaos from an influx of visitors to campus. “The Notre Dame-Navy relationship is certainly one of the most special relationships in all of college football, and we think this past weekend was a testament to that,” Seamon said. “Whenever we play Navy at home, we have a very high number of guests visit campus. We see a large number of Notre Dame fans who have a very sincere respect and high level of admiration for the Naval Academy, so they always mark this weekend to visit campus.” Seamon said more than 100,000 people came to campus for the weekend, and one of the highlights was the Blue Angels flyover for the first time this year. “We’ve been working hard with our ROTC programs and the military over the course of the past several months to try to get a flyover for one of our home games,” he said. “The sequester presented a unique challenge to [that]. Thankfully, the Blue Angels were open to coming to the Notre Dame-Navy game to celebrate our special relationship with a flyover. “Two of the six jets were piloted by both a Naval Academy graduate and a Notre Dame graduate. We were grateful that the weather cleared just in time for the flyover and the game.” Friday’s pep rally was the first ever to be held in the Compton Family Ice Arena, Seamon said, and drew a crowd of about 7,000 people. “We decided to take advantage of the hockey team being on the road last weekend and open up the facility to our fans and guests, as many of them had never had the opportunity to visit the new facility,” he said. “We were able to honor and recognize the Blue Angels as part of the rally, [and] we received an overwhelmingly positive response to holding the rally in Compton, as everyone thought it was a loud environment.” The stadium tunnel tour Friday saw a season-high total as well, with 5,190 participants, Seamon said. The Friday luncheon had 1,000 attendees. Phil Johnson, director of Notre Dame Security Police, said despite the early rain, the day turned out well from his group’s standpoint. “Traffic ran smoothly, and there were no crashes,” Johnson said. “Police made two custodial arrests Saturday. One man was arrested for shoplifting and possession of marijuana, the other for public intoxication.” Johnson said police also issued citations for underage drinking to two local young people who were loitering in campus parking lots during the game. Post-game traffic was more normal than traffic at the previous weekend’s USC game, Seamon said. “Overall, it was another special weekend celebrating the long-standing Notre Dame-Navy relationship,” he said. Contact Ann Marie Jakubowski at [email protected]
MAYVILLE – Three new deaths linked to COVID-19 were reported in Chautauqua County on Wednesday.The county Health Department’s COVID-19 Dashboard reports the deaths involved a 50-year-old and two 80-year-olds. There have now been 36 deaths linked to the virus locally since the pandemic started.Also announced on Wednesday were 113 new cases of the virus, with 651 now active.Of the cases, 49 people are hospitalized, down from 51 in yesterday’s report. The seven-day average percent positivity rate increased from 11 percent to 12.2 percent.To date there have been 4,309 COVID-19 cases Chautauqua County, with 3,619 people recovering.More date reported by health officials is posted below:COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 615.8 0.56% 14728- Dewittville0 534.9 3 80-89151 14063- Fredonia10 0.7% 31 0.50% 10.60% 14062- Forestville0 20 Zip Code 4.0% 2.7% Yes2431 68 3.9% 26.5% Number 14081- Irving0 76 3 115 0.3% 96.8 14775- Ripley1 14750- Lakewood9 0.3% 288.5 21 0 1.2% 17 7 0.91% 14723- Cherry Creek1 4309 0.47% 14701- Jamestown42 14767- Panama1 15 520.2 651 12.62% 14712- Bemus Point3 17.2% 113 2.6% 34 12.35% 0.0 1141 98 2.3% 111 394.2 100.0% 14787- Westfield2 3 24.01% 9 570 13 1 Number 0 Symptoms 95.8 2 18.24% 164.0 7 29 24 14724- Clymer1 COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 5 70-7911 211.8 44 30-39559 NYS Fatality Rate: 4.06%US Fatality Rate: 1.7%Source: John Hopkins University COVID-19 Tracker 12/29/2020 Active Case Rate (per 100,000 residents) 39 870.0 COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 157 14710- Ashville2 31 0.8% 0.00% 185.4 0-19544 3.6% 1.65% 0 509.8 135 186 14738- Frewsburg3 Fatality Rate 395.5 6.59% 3.87% 90+71 45 0.3% 174 14726- Conewango Valley1 276.7 14 Percent 73 1.0% 14784- Stockton1 All Ages39 14136- Silver Creek3 Percent of Total Cases 13.99% 0.4% 14740- Gerry1 4.23% 2.1% 150.9 2.1% 3 5 1 0.8% 14138- South Dayton0 12 506.4 3.2% 14720- Celoron1 No768 691.0 20-29786 0.7% 468.1 3.4% 52 14782- Sinclairville1 0.7% 36 36 6 502.5 246.4 136 5 40-49603 13 40-493 233.0 147 Total 14 14718- Cassadaga1 70-79284 1.6% 0 Symptoms Known3199 502.1 0.8% 14757- Mayville1 60-69532 Age 13.2% 17 636.1 92 0.0 390.2 50-593 12.97% 742 14769- Portland1 14716- Brocton2 12.35% 0.3% 0.5% 13 14048- Dunkirk15 18 3.50% 14722- Chautauqua0 Age Group 166 0.0 14733- Falconer2 Percent 14747- Kennedy5 13 60-693 239.3 0.0% 1.7% 90.6 517.9 14781- Sherman3 50-59642 277.2 0-390 17 952.2 Active Cases 1.0% 14736- Findley Lake0 Total Cases New Cases 92 Total Deaths 80-8916 Fatality Rate by Age Group 90+3 3 75.99% Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
With Memorial Day Weekend, the Great White Way has officially begun welcoming summer crowds and box offices are off to a great start this season. In fact, this Memorial Day week was both the highest grossing and best attended in recorded Broadway history. 11 shows were part of the millionaire’s club, with The Lion King leading the pack (breaking the $2 million mark). Usual suspects Wicked, The Book of Mormon, Kinky Boots and Aladdin rounded out the top five. And at the grand old age of 26, The Phantom of the Opera made it into the top five shows by capacity. Those Fleet Week sailors must be Norm Lewis and Sierra Boggess fans. Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending May 25: UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. Act One ($458,136) 4. Violet ($408,945) 3. Rock of Ages ($326,452) 2. Casa Valentina ($277,233) 1. Mothers and Sons ($198,844) Source: The Broadway League FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1. The Lion King ($2,006,651) 2. Wicked ($1,881,975) 3. The Book of Mormon ($1,734,588) 4. Kinky Boots ($1,545,334) 5. Aladdin ($1,207,953) UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. The Cripple of Inishmaan (80.04%) 4. Bullets Over Broadway (77.38%) 3. Rocky (73.04%) 2. Act One (72.50%) 1. Mothers and Sons (47.76%) *Number based on 7 regular performances FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1. The Book of Mormon(102.63%) 2. Hedwig and the Angry Inch (102.28%)* 3. A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (101.20%) 4. Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (100.43%) 5. The Phantom of the Opera (100.41%) View Comments