Student reports being recorded in restroom

first_imgTCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Twitter Linkedin Taylor Boser TCU police vehicle I am a senior journalism major from the great city of Chicago. Watching E! News while eating a Chipotle burrito is my favorite pastime. Go Cowboys! Twitter Counseling available as TCU mourns a student’s death Majority of faculty votes yes on DEI ballot World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution + posts Taylor Boser CASA of Tarrant County advocates for children in foster care ReddIt Ash Wednesday marks start of Lent Linkedin Taylor Boser Facebook printTCU police are investigating after a female student accused a male student of sliding a cell phone underneath the wall of a restroom stall and recording her.A female student claimed the cell phone was used to record her in a Rees Jones Hall restroom stall. TCU detectives interviewed the suspect and are conducting an investigation for Invasion Visual Recording Texas Penal Code 21.15.In Texas, any visual recording that records a photo or image of a person without their consent, recording a person in a changing room or bathroom and recording people’s intimate areas when the person has a reasonable expectation of privacy is criminalizing. If you have any information on this crime or feel you have been a victim of this type of crime, call Sgt. Steve Hall at 817-257-7777.  Previous articleTCU fraternities begin spring 2019 recruitmentNext articleWomen’s basketball overcome second half​ deficit to defeat Red Raiders 70-63 Taylor Boser RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Taylor Boser Facebook Taylor Boser ReddItlast_img read more

Republic praised for Queen’s welcome at Rossnowlagh Orange march

first_img Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Facebook Up to 6,000 Orange-men on their only annual march south of the border on Saturday heard their boss pay tribute to “the tremendous and dignified welcome” given by the people of the Republic to Queen Elizabeth.Edward Stevenson, grand Master of the Orange lodge in Ireland, told the parade in Rossnowlagh,he was recently spending quite a bit of his time in the Republic – and he was “thoroughly enjoying it.”Edward Stevenson told his members that in May he and other senior Orangemen attended the official visit of the Queen in Dublin.He said the visit was a triumph for everyone involved and in particular the people who live here in the Irish Republic and regarded themselves as coming from the British culture.Thanks to the tremendous and dignified welcome given to her Majesty the Queen, British people could hold their heads high in this community and be proud of their beliefs and their culture.He noted that the Orange festival in Rossnowlagh enabled them to celebrate their “British culture and identity” in the Republic.Gardai reported no trouble during the march. Rain had washed away most republican slogans daubed on the road three days before the march. Facebook LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton By News Highland – July 10, 2011 Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Twitter Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Google+center_img Pinterest Republic praised for Queen’s welcome at Rossnowlagh Orange march Previous articleGAA- Donegal v Derry Ulster Final Preview Part1Next articleKaren McGlinchey settles High Court action News Highland WhatsApp Newsx Adverts Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Google+ Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

LUH & Sligo defer procedures & appointments

first_img Pinterest LUH & Sligo defer procedures & appointments Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleOutrage after local takeaway vandalised for second timeNext articleWoman left shaken after finding intruder in her home News Highland Community Enhancement Programme open for applications WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Twitter Facebookcenter_img Pinterest Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Homepage BannerNews Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Letterkenny and Sligo University Hospitals are deferring all procedures and appointments with the exception of very urgent inpatient, day surgery, diagnostics tests and outpatient appointments from this morning until further notice.This is to ensure that the hospitals have the necessary capacity to deal with any increase in suspected and confirmed COVID 19 cases.A small number of urgent cancer and time critical procedures, appointments or tests will proceed and these patients will advised directly by the hospitals.Patients are asked not to attend the hospital unless they have had confirmation from the hospital that their appointment is going ahead.We would also ask these patients not to bring anyone with them unless it is absolutely necessary and children are not permitted to attend with patients.The hospital regrets the impact that these deferrals will have on our patients but say that they are necessary in order to deal with the impact of Coronavirus.Visiting restriction continue across each of the hospitals with people being reminded not to visit other than end of life situations and other exceptional circumstances as agreed with the ward manager in advance of visiting.“We would ask those permitted visitors not to come to any of our hospitals if they have a fever or have experienced respiratory symptoms.“We recognise that the visiting restrictions are very difficult for patients and their families, however, our priority must be to protect the patients in the hospital who are vulnerable to infection. We would like to thank members of the public for their co-operation.“We ask that members of the public help in the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 by observing the visitor ban in our hospitals, by attending the Emergency Department at our hospitals only when necessary; by following relevant public health advice around hand hygiene, cough and sneeze etiquette and social distancing; and taking simple precautions to protect themselves, their loved ones and the wider community.” By News Highland – March 16, 2020 Google+ Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows last_img read more

New K.I.D.S – Two Pike County schools to pilot curriculum teaching disaster safety, preparedness

first_img New K.I.D.S – Two Pike County schools to pilot curriculum teaching disaster safety, preparedness Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Latest Stories This Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s… Lyons said he and Barnes will also go into the schools to provide guidance to the teachers and to facilitate the program.“Pre- and post-project student surveys will document changed behavior and that is what we will be looking for,” Lyons said. “Changed behavior toward natural disasters will demonstrate that students better understand the severity of these storms and are better prepared for them if they come. The goal of K.I.D.S. is changed behavior and the pre- and post student surveys will show ‘we’re getting it.’”The planning for the program started one and a half years ago, Lyons said. The curriculum is designed with days of instructions and days of hand-on activities throughout the school year.K.I.D.S curriculum can supplement a Common Core curriculum or be incorporated into an after-school program. The program aims at students from K to twelfth grade, but it can be delivered to a vast audience of any ages. “The goal is to bring the program statewide, then to regional and national levels,” Lyons said. Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel WSFA’s Josh Johnson shared information about severe weather and preparedness with students at Troy Elementary on Monday, as they kicked off a pilot curriculum designed to teach about disaster safety. Other responders on hand included law enforcement, fire departments and EMA officials.The Messenger/Jaine Treadwell and Ngoc VoTeachers at Goshen and Troy elementary schools will have an opportunity to test a new curriculum designed to education students in grades K-12 on natural disasters and how to prepare for them.K.I.D.S., Kids Instructed on Disaster Safety, is a pilot project designed by Pike County EMA and the Pike County Extension Office and will focus on positive education on natural disasters. By Jaine Treadwell Print Article Troy falls to No. 13 Clemsoncenter_img Sponsored Content Lyons and Barnes have other disaster modules on the drawing board, including technological disasters and terrorism modules. These modules will be for older students while the natural disaster module is for all grade levels.“We are honored to have been selected to pilot this program,” said Teresa Sims, TES principal. “It gives children the opportunity to be proactive about disaster safety and to be prepared for any disaster possibility.”Madison Welch, a TES fourth-grader said she learned a great deal from the kickoff demonstrations. “I learned that they can go close enough to storms so we can see the storms on TV,” Welch said. “The storm tracker is my favorite part because it says we’re going to have snow this year.”Auburn University and Troy University are supporting the K.I.D.S. program with resources that will help promote the program.Other collaborating partners are: Pike County Commission, Troy City Council, National Weather Service-Birmingham, Meteorologist Josh Johnson and WSFA 12 News, Pike County Sheriff’s Department, Troy Police Department, Troy Fire and Rescue, Alabama Department of Public Health, Troy City Schools and Pike County Schools. Published 3:29 am Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Next Up“K.I.D.S. will teach students about natural disasters and the science behind them and will also focus on preparedness,” said Grant Lyons, Pike County Extension coordinator. “The idea is that, if students understand why storms form and their tremendous strength, then they will know how important it is that they are prepared when they come.”Lyons and Jeanna Barnes, Pike County EMA director, developed lesson plans for the curriculum for the natural disaster module. Lesson plans on tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, flood and tropical cyclones will be included in packets that will be made available to teachers at the participating schools.The curriculum will be tested during the month of November at Goshen and Troy elementary schools and will feature four lessons. 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Archdiocese of Washington denies it was warned about sanctions against cardinal

first_imgThe Washington Post / Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — The Archdiocese of Washington emphatically refuted claims it was aware of sanctions due to abuse allegations against its former archbishop, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, after a former Vatican official penned a letter making the accusation on Sunday.Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, former Vatican ambassador to the U.S., alleged that both Pope Francis and Pope Benedict knew that McCarrick — who resigned as a cardinal in July after he was accused of abusing adults and minors — was a “serial predator.”The Archdiocese of Washington released a statement on Tuesday saying Viganò’s claims were “categorically” untrue.“Cardinal [Donald] Wuerl has categorically denied that any of this information was communicated to him,” the statement said. “Archbishop Viganò at no time provided Cardinal Wuerl any information about an alleged document from Pope Benedict XVI with directives of any sort from Rome regarding Archbishop McCarrick.”Wuerl, the sixth archbishop of Washington, was appointed in May 2006 to take over for McCarrick, who stepped down due to age. But even after McCarrick’s exit as archbishop he remained a cardinal through last month and continued living at a seminary on the grounds of the Archdiocese of Washington. In 2009, he spoke at a service following Sen. Ted Kennedy’s death.Wuerl said in Tuesday’s statement he was not aware of any “restrictions” against McCarrick imposed by Pope Benedict, as Viganò wrote.“Archbishop Viganò has not produced in his testimony any objectively verifiable proof that he in any way communicated to Cardinal Wuerl restrictions imposed on Cardinal McCarrick by Pope Benedict XVI,” the Archdiocese of Washington said in its statement Monday.McCarrick, 88, didn’t resign from the College of Cardinals until an accusation that he molested a 16-year-old altar boy while serving at the Archdiocese of New York was found credible by the church and a July report from The New York Times alleges that McCarrick coerced seminarians into sexual relationships.Pope Francis would not comment on Viganò’s letter when asked during his return from a visit to Ireland this weekend. Francis was critical of the letter’s author, saying journalists should judge the comments based on their source.“I will not say a single word about this,” Francis said, adding that it “speaks for itself.”The conservative Viganò, who retired as a Vatican ambassador in 2016, is regularly critical of the pope’s more-liberal approaches on social issues.Viganò alleges in his letter that he told Pope Francis in 2013, “I don’t know if you know Cardinal McCarrick, but if you ask the Congregation for Bishops there is a dossier this thick about him. He corrupted generations of seminarians and priests and Pope Benedict ordered him to withdraw to a life of prayer and penance.”Reached for comment, McCarrick’s attorney Barry Coburn called Viganò’s words “serious allegations.”“Archbishop McCarrick, like any other person, has a right to due process. He looks forward to invoking that right at the appropriate time,” Coburn said in a statement.Wuerl, 77, was named in a Pennsylvania grand jury report released earlier this month detailing decades of sexual abuse in the state. He was accused in the report of reassigning or reinstating priests accused of abuse while he was bishop in Pittsburgh from 1988 to 2006.Wuerl responded to the grand jury report in a statement: “While I understand this report may be critical of some of my actions, I believe the report confirms that I acted with diligence, with concern for the victims and to prevent future acts of abuse.”A school named after Wuerl in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, announced last week it will drop his name after a sign outside was vandalized with red paint.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Johnson scores 24 points to lead No. 19 Kentucky past Utah

first_img Associated Press Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Freshman Keldon Johnson scored 24 points, including five 3-pointers in the first half, and No. 19 Kentucky beat Utah 88-61 on Saturday.Johnson made a career-high six shots from long range on seven attempts as Kentucky made a season-high 12 3-pointers.Tyler Herro scored 17 points, Reid Travis added 16 and Immanuel Quickley chipped in with 10 for the Wildcats (8-2), who lost their best 3-point shooter when Quade Green decided to transfer nine games into his sophomore season.Coming off an 84-83 overtime loss to Seton Hall at Madison Square Garden last weekend, the Wildcats trailed 10-2 five minutes into the game, but Kentucky outscored the Utes 28-9 to push the lead to 30-19. The Wildcats did not trail again.Johnson highlighted the decisive run with four 3-pointers, including three straight, and finished with 15 points in the opening half.Both Gach led the Utes (4-5) with 22 points, followed by Jayce Johnson with 11.BIG PICTUREUtah: The Utes lost their eighth straight game to the Wildcats. Kentucky defeated Utah 78-69 in the 1998 NCAA title game in San Antonio. The Wildcats beat Utah six times in the 1990s, including four times in the NCAA Tournament. The Utes out-rebounded Kentucky 31-23, becoming the first team to top the Wildcats on the glass this season.Kentucky: The Wildcats have picked up steam from behind the arc after starting the season slowly. Kentucky has made at least five 3-pointers in each of the past four games. The trend began when Kentucky connected on 10 3s in a 90-44 win over Monmouth on Nov. 28.POLL INPLICATIONSThe Wildcats dropped 10 spots from No. 9 to 19th following the loss to Seton Hall, but they can begin climbing back toward the Top 10 if they can finish out the month with wins over North Carolina and in-state rival Louisville.REUNIONThe 1992-93 Kentucky team that finished 30-4 and lost to eventual runner-up Michigan 81-78 in the 1993 Final Four was honored during halftime. Several members of the team were in attendance, including Jared Prickett, a freshman at the time who also played on the national championship squad three years later.“It could have ended up a different story, but things happen for a reason,” Prickett said. “It was a great experience for me.”UP NEXTUtah hosts Florida A&M on Tuesday night.The Wildcats play No. 12 North Carolina in the Champions Classic on Saturday in Chicago. December 15, 2018 /Sports News – Local Johnson scores 24 points to lead No. 19 Kentucky past Utah Tags: Utah Runnin’ Utes Basketballlast_img read more

Early Utah College Football Signing Class Roundup

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Wednesday, college football programs across the country commenced the early signing of football recruits for the 2019 season, including BYU, Southern Utah, Utah State, Weber State and Utah State.The Cougars announced 14 signees from five states, including quarterback Jacob Conover, an ESPN Top 300 recruit and one of the most sought-after quarterback prospects in the country.Conover is a 6-1 205-pound prospect out of Chandler High School of Chandler, Ariz.Additionally, current South Summit star athlete Bruce Mitchell signed with the Cougars. The native of Kamas, Utah is 6-4 and 265 pounds and will play on the Cougars’ defensive line.Other Cougars’ signees include defensive lineman Brooks Maile of St. George’s Pine View High School, receiver Keanu Hill of Euless, Texas, defensive back Eric Ellison of Banning, Calif., tight end Carter Wheat of Mesa, Ariz., offensive lineman Blake Freeland of Herriman, Utah, defensive back Caleb Christensen of Smithfield, Utah, tight end Ethan Erickson of Kahuku, Hawaii, linebacker Michael Daley of Highland, Utah, receiver Chase Roberts of American Fork, Utah, offensive lineman Brock Gunderson of Cypress, Texas, defensive back/linebacker George Udo of Walnut Creek, Calif. and offensive lineman Eli Unutoa of Kapa’a, Hawaii.CEDAR CITY, Utah-Per the official Twitter of SUU Football, the Thunderbirds signed offensive lineman Walter Harris III of Mt. Sac Junior College of Walnut, Calif. and cornerback Rodrick Ward of Mt. San Jacinto Junior College of San Jacinto, Calif. The Thunderbirds later added 6-1 170-pound cornerback Charles Johnson out of San Diego.SALT LAKE CITY-The Utah Utes’ football program had a highly productive signing day, signing 12 recruits.They are receiver Donte Banton, a freshman out of Lauderhill, Fla.,  freshman defensive lineman Keaton Bills of Draper’s Corner Canyon High School, freshman running back Micah Bernard of Long Beach, Calif., senior linebacker Manny Bowen of Barnegat, N.J. (a former starter at Penn State), freshman offensive lineman Falcon Kaumatule out of Las Vegas, freshman defensive lineman Semisi Lauaki of Hawthorne, Calif., freshman offensive lineman Sataoa Laumea of Rialto, Calif., freshman punter Ben Lennon of Viewbank, Australia, freshman defensive back Aaron Lowe of Mesquite, Texas, freshman offensive lineman Johnny Maea of Salt Lake City’s East High School, freshman defensive back LaCarea Pleasant-Johnson of Phoenix and freshman offensive lineman Marist Talavou of Norwalk, Calif.OGDEN,Utah-Per the official Twitter account of Weber State football, the Wildcats signed 6-1 cornerback Jacob Sharp out of Bethel High School of Vallejo, Calif.LOGAN, Utah-New Utah State football coach Gary Andersen announced 14 signings for the Aggies Wednesday, all of whom are freshmen.They are offensive lineman Ashton Adams of Salem, Ore., quarterback Josh Calvin of Bellflower, Calif., offensive lineman Aric Davison of Richland, Wash., safety Keith Harris of Lawndale, Calif., receiver Cam Lampkin of Mesquite, Texas, linebacker Christian LaValle of Mission Viejo, Calif., defensive lineman Dean Rice of Yuba City, Calif., linebacker Simon Thompson of Salem, Ore., linebacker Jaymason Willingham of Lacey, Wash., defensive lineman Aaron Bredsguard of Bountiful, Utah, kicker/punter Pierce Callister of Ogden, Utah, linebacker Sione Moa of North Ogden, Utah, offensive lineman Jackson Owens of Sandy, Utah and long snapper Jesse James Vasquez of Thousand Oaks, Calif. Written by December 19, 2018 /Sports News – Local Early Utah College Football Signing Class Roundup Tags: BYU Football/Early Signing Day/SUU Football/Utah Football/Utah State Football/Weber State Football Brad Jameslast_img read more

Huntington Ingalls Wins USS George Washington Defueling Job

first_img View post tag: News by topic This effort will provide for advanced planning, ship checks, design, documentation, engineering, procurement, fabrication and preliminary shipyard or support facility work to prepare for the defueling work.Work will be performed in Newport News, Virginia, and is expected to completed by July 2015.Fiscal 2014 shipbuilding and conversion (Navy) funding in the amount of $49,646,289 will be obligated at the time of the award. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, District of Columbia, is the contracting activity.[mappress]Press Release, August 04, 2014; Image: Wikimedia Share this article View post tag: Defueling August 4, 2014 Authorities View post tag: americas Huntington Ingalls Inc., Newport News, Virginia, is being awarded a $49,6 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for fiscal 2014 advance planning to prepare and make ready for the defueling work on USS George Washington (CVN 73). View post tag: Huntington Ingallscenter_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: Job Huntington Ingalls Wins USS George Washington Defueling Job Back to overview,Home naval-today Huntington Ingalls Wins USS George Washington Defueling Job View post tag: USS George Washington View post tag: Naval View post tag: winslast_img read more

OUSU passes motion for ‘more inclusive’ sub fusc

first_imgOUSU Council passed a motion on Wednesday declaring that the regulations for subfusc should be made gender neutral.Proposed by LGBTQ Executive Officer, Jess Pumphrey, the move highlights the issue that current transgender or gender confused students face when it comes to subfusc regulations. It is currently stated in University regulations that students must dress in a way “appropriate to their sex.”Pumphrey told Cherwell, “It’s a small change that will make a number of students’ exam experience significantly less stressful by eliminating the need for trans students to cross-dress to avoid being confronted by invigilators or disciplined during their exam.”She added, “It shouldn’t affect anyone else. I am hopeful that the university will adopt the proposal, especially since it has now been supported by OUSU.’The motion passed without opposition at this week’s OUSU Council Meeting and will now be taken to the University for consideration.Gail Bartlett, transgender rep for the Oxford LGBTQ Society called the proposals “much more inclusive” and commented, “Gender-specific policies by design are often an issue for trangender people, firstly because they entirely exclude people who do not identify as any gender (or more than one), and secondly because their enforcement relies upon a judgement call by an authority on the subject’s gender, presumably based upon their appearance. This is highly worrying for transgender students, who do not need the additional stress of whether they will be ‘challenged’ on their gender during exams.”Former LGBTQ Executive Officer Katie Colliver, of University College, also supports the move, stating that discussions have been going on for some time about this topic. She told Cherwell, “Subfusc rules were being discussed by the LGBTQ Campaign whilst I was LGBTQ Officer last Michaelmas and I have heard first-hand from students who have experienced difficulties with the current policy. I am glad that Jess has been pursuing the matter and fully support the proposed changes.”Student opinion seems divided. Benson Egwuonwu, JCR President at St Catz, agrees, commenting, “I think it’s a really positive step forwards in helping transgender people in the student community – they should be allowed to wear what they want.”However some students feel the motion has ‘taken political correctness too far.’One third year Law student commented, “This seems a bit unnecessary – it only applies to a tiny percentage of the student population and it seems unlikely that the a trans student would really be confronted by the Proctors about what they are wearing. This seems to be a further example of the politically correct society we now live in.”Andrew Pickett, a 2nd year from St Catz added, “Although I wholeheartedly agree with the principle of the motion, I am not certain how this will be regarded by the University, when more pressing matters such as tuition fees require revision by the Governing Body. Surely this could be something of a distraction from more important issues.”The proposal will be put to the University authorities and a decision will be made over the coming months.last_img read more

HIV/AIDS long-term costs high—and unaffordable to most-affected countries

first_imgThere will be a significant shortfall in the funding needed for HIV control in sub-Saharan Africa in the coming years and those countries with the highest HIV burden will be unable to meet their obligations on their own to sustain control efforts, according to a new study by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. They calculate that the price tag for providing long-term HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment in 2015-2050 in the nine sub-Saharan countries most affected by the epidemic ranges from $98 billion at current coverage levels to $261 billion if coverage is scaled up.“The HIV epidemic is far from over,” said first author Rifat Atun, professor of global health systems. “The magnitude of funding needed to sustain the HIV fight is very large and the consequences of complacency even larger.”The study appears online March 6, 2016 in BMJ Open.Atun and colleagues looked at the nine countries that account for 70% of the HIV burden in Africa—Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. They modeled these countries’ HIV/AIDS funding needs through 2050, based on four different scenarios of coverage levels, using data from Spectrum, a publicly available tool used by UNAIDS.They found that scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention and expanding antiretroviral treatment to all HIV-positive individuals would cost $261 billion. The researchers say that ‘front-loading’ investments now will be necessary to ensure that higher levels of coverage are achieved. This would ultimately reduce HIV transmission and future funding obligations. Read Full Storylast_img read more