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first_imgOriel College has honoured one of its alumni by flying the flag of Gibraltar above the college.Fabian Picardo, who studied Law at Oriel from 1990 to 1993, has been elected as the Chief Minister of Gibraltar, an achievement that has been commemorated by his former college. The flag was flown after Mr. Picardo’s democratic election as Chief Minister, and did not act as an endorsement of the candidate pre-election. Third year Orielense Mike Gale said he thought it was a “nice gesture” which “personalised and drew [Oriel’s] attention to an otherwise obscure news story.” He added that “remembering alumni is pretty standard at Oriel.”Colleges have previously honoured the achievements of foreign alumni in the same way: University College flew the American stars and stripes when Bill Clinton was elected as President. Oriel College has honoured one of its alumni by flying the flag of Gibraltar above the college.Fabian Picardo, who studied Law at Oriel from 1990 to 1993, has been elected as the Chief Minister of Gibraltar, an achievement that has been commemorated by his former college. The flag was flown after Mr. Picardo’s democratic election as Chief Minister, and did not act as an endorsement of the candidate pre-election. Third year Orielense Mike Gale said he thought it was a “nice gesture” which “personalised and drew [Oriel’s] attention to an otherwise obscure news story.” He added that “remembering alumni is pretty standard at Oriel.”Colleges have previously honoured the achievements of foreign alumni in the same way: University College flew the American stars and stripes when Bill Clinton was elected as President. Âlast_img read more

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first_imgFor the past five years, some of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ (GSAS) brightest Ph.D. students have joined Theodore H. Ashford ’58 and his sons Theodore III ’86 and Timothy ’88 in celebration. The Theodore H. Ashford Graduate Fellowships in the Sciences and the Theodore H. Ashford Dissertation Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences have supported 26 students in fields ranging from biophysics to film and visual studies. On Dec. 7, the fellows, past and present, gathered with GSAS Dean Allan M. Brandt and Administrative Dean Margot Gill at the Harvard Faculty Club to discuss their work — in the company of the family who is making it possible.last_img read more

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first_imgMercatorNet 20 November 2019Family First Comment: Many highly successful health education campaigns in this country have aimed at changing behaviour. Fewer people now die of smoking. Campaigns like ‘Slip, Slop, Slap’ have reduced the incidence of skin cancers in young adults. Education has reduced road injuries and deaths, gun deaths, and the prevalence of HIV and AIDS. This success over the last twenty years is due to strategic public health campaigns. The growing problem of illicit drug use extends beyond music festivals. It may be the first contact many young people have with dealers, but often it is not the last. Given the right advice, our young people are capable of making good decisions. Targeting behaviour through health promotion campaigns, not pill-testing, is the solution to this growing problem.Summer is around the corner in Australia and with the warmer weather young people will gravitate to music festivals around the country. These gatherings also draw enterprising drug dealers, eager for new customers and cash.An Australian study found that at a recent major festival, almost 75 percent of patrons interviewed reported using illicit drugs. For this reason these events are coming to be called “drug fests”, which is a shame, considering the musical talent they pull.Of the 75 percent, almost 60 percent named MDMA as their preferred party drug. Users have nicknamed methylene dioxy methamphetamine “Molly”. Molly, also called Ecstasy, induces feelings of empathy and turns everyone into a brilliant dancer, so she sounds like the perfect friend to take along to a music festival. In reality however, she is a nasty little pill and just a bit psycho. She promises to love you one minute, and tries to kill you the next.MDMA, you see, damages the heart. Specifically, it affects the left ventricle, which can cause cardiac failure. I regularly nurse cardiac failure patients in Hobart, and most of them are in their 70s and 80s. Many years of living and hard work damage the heart’s contractility and ability to pump blood. Fluid starts to fill the lungs, making breathing difficult. In an acute phase, these patients feel like they’re drowning. They struggle to breathe and need aggressive medical treatment.‘A safe party drug doesn’t exist’As every festival season rolls around the subject of pill testing comes up. We debate the pros and cons with very little real data. We now know more about the damage MDMA does to the heart, but it also has a potentially catastrophic effect on mental health.Molly causes the excessive release of serotonin, “the happy hormone,” in the brain. This is what gives users the mood-elevating effects, but it leaves the brain significantly depleted of serotonin, resulting in negative psychological effects that lasts for days. Basically, it leaves you depressed. We need to look closely at youth suicide rates linked to MDMA use, particularly, in the period after big multi-day music festivals. There is much more research to be done about this.In bioethics we weigh up beneficence and non-maleficence. We want to benefit people, or at least “do no harm”. Pill testing is a harm reduction strategy, premised on the belief that, “Kids will do drugs anyway, so let’s help them do drugs in a safer way.”The Drugs and Information Monitoring System (DIMS) in the Netherlands is commonly regarded as the world’s best drug early warning system. It is operated by the Trimbos Institute, whose Dr Daan van der Guow told the ABC last summer that festival drug testing is “not really a bad thing”. But he also pointed out that “a safe drug doesn’t exist”. He went on to say that, like the DIMS-model of drug-checking, the model being proposed in Australia, will not entirely prevent deaths.Over two years of trials in the UK some 2000 pills have been tested. About eight in ten festival-goers were getting the drug they expected. About one in ten chose to bin their pills.Andrew Leibie, a scientist at Safework Laboratories, criticises the program, noting that on-site drug testing is technologically limited and cannot detect new designer drugs such as N-Bomb, linked to three deaths in Melbourne. It also does not test for concentration and high doses of Methamphetamine, which can be fatal on its own.Why not behaviour change?When smoking was found to cause lung and other cancers, as well as heart disease and stroke, we did not invest heavily in harm-reduction strategies. Smoking was and is a huge burden on our health system and budget. It has taken serious targeted and consistent health promotion strategies to address this. Health departments produce educational material and use media and school-based Health education to inform people that smoking causes disease.Many highly successful health education campaigns in this country have aimed at changing behaviour. Fewer people now die of smoking. Campaigns like ‘Slip, Slop, Slap’ have reduced the incidence of skin cancers in young adults. Education has reduced road injuries and deaths, gun deaths, and the prevalence of HIV and AIDS. This success over the last twenty years is due to strategic public health campaigns.The growing problem of illicit drug use extends beyond music festivals. It may be the first contact many young people have with dealers, but often it is not the last. Given the right advice, our young people are capable of making good decisions. Targeting behaviour through health promotion campaigns, not pill-testing, is the solution to this growing problem.We want to protect the lives of our young people and reduce harm. Let’s get to work on a strategic health promotion plan to keep our young people safe and healthy. While I can’t support pill-testing, sitting back is not an option.READ MORE: https://www.mercatornet.com/features/view/molly-is-a-nasty-little-pill-and-festival-testing-wont-make-it-safe/23076last_img read more

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first_imgWest Ham boss Sam Allardyce was thrilled by Stewart Downing’s debut in the 2-0 Barclays Premier League victory over Cardiff City at Upton Park. Press Association “We didn’t start him because he was short of match time during pre-season. Cardiff were tiring and the spaces were getting wider, so off he went. “What he contributed was exciting and he’s glad to be here, that’s the most important thing. We hope he gave the crowd a look at something they’ll see all season.” West Ham keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen barely had a save to make all match as Cardiff endured a challenging start to life in the Premier League with substitute Nicky Maynard skying their only real chance over the crossbar. “We’ve done a great job today. Our time spent in pre-season has stood us in good stead,” Allardyce said. “We showed today that physically and mentally we were 100 per cent ready for the Premier League. “We won the came comfortably, perhaps not taking as many chances as we’d have liked, but that doesn’t matter now because it’s a 2-0 victory and a clean sheet. “They were two very good goals from Joe Cole and Kevin Nolan and the team performed very, very well.” Allardyce ruled out making any further signings in the transfer market, stating his budget had been spent, and revealed that Andy Carroll would also miss Saturday’s trip to Newcastle with his heel problem. Cardiff were making their first appearance in the top flight since 1962 and manager Malky Mackay felt they had acquitted themselves well, despite their obvious shortcomings. Downing celebrated his £5million move from Liverpool with a lively 20-minute cameo as goals from Joe Cole and Kevin Nolan gave the Hammers a comfortable start to the season. “There’s no need to ask Stewart if he can prove himself because he’s already done that. He’s a top quality Premier League player and has been for a number of years,” Allardyce said. “We started slowly but after that we had an awful lot of possession. We knew we were coming to a good team in a good atmosphere,” Mackay said. “They were clinical with Cole’s goal and while we had plenty of possession, there was no penetration. We grew into the game in the second half. “Overall I can’t be too harsh on my players because we gave a good account of ourselves. We weren’t overawed and that showed today.” Mackay revealed that new signing Andreas Cornelius will return to training next week after missing the match with an ankle problem and announced that additional recruits could be heading for Cardiff City Stadium. “We’re trying to get new players and we’ll keep trying to do that, but sometimes it’s not always in your control,” he said. “If I find a good player and everything comes together in terms of the club and player agreeing everything, I’ll absolutely try and act.” last_img read more

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first_imgSt. Louis Cardinal (2-0) at Los Angeles Dodgers, 5:07 p.m., TBS, 570 AMTrailing 2-0 in the best-of-seven National League Championship Series, the Dodgers return home Monday. L.A.’s Hyun Jin-Ryu faces St. Louis ace Adam Wainwright.Live updates, including video from pre-game and post-game press conferences, from Daily News writers and photographers. For more, see the Inside the Dodgers blog. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img

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first_imgNameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arr Monday 0800  to  Monday 0800WEEKLY   BOOKINGS 4/15/2013 thru 4/22/2013 Jorgensen, Dale52St Glenn, MO610 E Hillside, Wellington KSSUSOBattery4/18/13 Belleplaine PD1 Kemp, Calvin A35Montgomery, ALAve G and Main, Caldwell, KSCaldwellDriving while license suspended4/15/13 BOOKINS Feugate, Frank53South Haven, KsSGCO JailSGCOProbation Violation X24/19/13 Caldwell PD2 Taton, Dallas32Wellington, KS321 N Elm Argonia KSAPDRice County Warrant4/20/13 Sumner8 Hudson, Justin22Hominy, OK500 N. WashingtonSUSOServe Sentence 60 Days4/18/13 Turcotte, Steven20Mulvane, Ks10200 S Rock Road, MulaneMPDFailure to Appear4/17/13 Schoemann, Jason, D N40Wellington, KS300 S Ash, Wellington, KSWellingtonDriving Under the Influince4/16/13 Asbury, Christopher19Wellington, KS500 N. WashingtonSUSOFailure to Appear4/18/13 McNeal, Gregory44Wichita, Ks1100 N A WellingtonWellingtonDriving while suspended / Liability Insurance4/19/13 Richardson, Michael T47Belle Plains Ks1340 E. 120th Ave North, Belle Plaine, Ks.SUSOD.U.I., T.O.C., Agg. Assault X2, Reckless Driving,Battery, and Flee and Elude4/19/13 Miller, Donald W23Anthony, KS1000 Block E 16th St, Wellington, KSSUSODriving Under the Influince4/22/13 Bauer, Johnny Jr.74Medford, Ok.400 N. Osage, Caldwell, Ks.CaldwellD.W.S., Criminal Carry concealed weapon, T.O.C., and Illegal Registrtion4/19/13 Holland, Cristofer20Mulvane, Ks1104 N A Wellington. KsWellingtonDUI4/20/13 Boyle, Kevin35Wichita, Ks1300 N US 81SUSODUI4/19/13 Bickel, Deric20Wellington, KS610 E Hillside, Wellington KSSUSOServing sentence4/19/13 Stewart, Melissa39Wellington, KS200 E 9th, Wellington KSWellingtonViolation of Stalking order, Criminal Damage4/16/13 Wellington PD4 Argonia PD1 Padley,  Jimmy42Wichita, Ks500 N Lincoln, Belle Plaine KSBPPDDriving while license suspended4/18/13 Mulvane PD1 The following are the Sumner County Sheriff weekly bookings at the jail for April 15 – April 22, 2013: Sedgewick27 Albertico Castillo-Olivas24Wichita, KsSumner County CourthouseSUSOSedgwick County warrant for F.T.A.4/15/13last_img read more

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first_imgDo you know an outstanding young person in Donegal?Junior Chamber International (JCI) Donegal are looking for nominations for outstanding young people between 18-40. These nominations are being sought to identify young people in the community, who have done something outstanding. These top young people will be invited to an awards ceremony held in Donegal. Here the overall winner will be selected as Donegal’s ‘Outstanding Young Person of the Year’These awards are to identity young dynamic people in the Donegal community. After the local awards the Donegal winner may go on to be recognised nationally and possibly internationally for their achievements.Every year, Junior Chamber International selects 10 outstanding young people under 40 to be recognised for living the JCI Mission in extraordinary ways.JCI feel, that highlighting the accomplishments of these young active citizens in a variety of fields will inspire others to be better and realise their full potential as active citizens. There are several categories under which young people can be nominated. Each nominee must be entered in one, and only one, of the ten categories below.Business, economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishmentPolitical, legal, and/or governmental affairsAcademic leadership and/or accomplishmentCultural achievementMoral and/or environmental leadership Contribution to children, world peace, and/or human rightsHumanitarian and/or voluntary leadershipScientific and/or technological developmentPersonal improvement and/or accomplishment Medical innovationEmma Boylan JCI President commented “This is a fantastic opportunity for Donegal to show the wealth of young people that we have in the County, not only locally, but hopefully to a national and international audience. From the set-up of JCI in Donegal, we have seen so many positive and inspiring young people. I have no doubt that we will have large variety of nominations for Donegal’s ‘Outstanding Young Person’ Awards”The competition is free to enter. JCI Donegal would ask the community to take time to think about someone they feel has achieved something outstanding.Nominations for ‘The Outstanding Young Person Award’ can be sent via email to [email protected] Give the name of the young person and a short description of why you feel they deserve the award. All nominees should be over 18.Check out JCI Donegal on Facebook and Twitter for more information or call JCI Donegal President Emma Boylan on +353863303986.DONEGAL JUNIOR CHAMBER LOOKING FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING YOUNG PERSON was last modified: March 12th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal Junior Chamberlast_img read more