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first_imgALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A set of 911 calls from a man who police say shot three co-workers at an Albuquerque warehouse starts with him saying he opened fire at the food distribution centre and that he had been hearing voices in his head.Police say three men were wounded in the shooting Monday.In the 911 recordings released Wednesday, the last thing 30-year-old Waid Anthony Melton says is that he’ll meet police at a designated point in New Mexico’s largest city. Then the call cuts out.Police say Melton later shot and killed himself Monday night, hours after the attack at the Ben E. Keith warehouse.Police say a female friend Melton picked up after the shooting and who was with him as he spoke on the phone with an officer was not harmed.Mary Hduetz, The Associated Presslast_img


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TORONTO — Cadillac Fairview and the Investment Management Corporation of Ontario will build a 46-storey office tower in Toronto that will become the new home of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.The commercial real estate company hopes to secure additional tenants before the $800-million building opens in the fall of 2022.The building will be situated on the northeast corner of Front Street and Simcoe Street in downtown Toronto.It will include 1.2 million square feet of office space, 12,290 square feet of retail and 339 parking stalls.It is part of flurry of recent investments from Cadillac Fairview, including $1.5 billion in office projects and $25 million for the redevelopment of a former Sears location at CF Champlain mall in Moncton.Since 2000, Cadillac Fairview has been wholly owned by the pension plan, which currently has a head office in North York. read more


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“I wish to express my deepest sympathies to the families of the victims,” said Hans Haekkerup, the head of the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK). He added that the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., were not only aimed at the United States “but also at the fundamental values upon which the US and the UN are built: peace, democracy and human rights.”Meanwhile speakers in the Kosovo Transitional Council, representing political parties, civil society and ethnic and religious organizations, voiced their shock at the attacks and expressed support for the victims. Many Council members called today a day of mourning for all of Kosovo, and all endorsed the holding of a silent rally of solidarity in Pristina, which took place in front of the city’s National Theatre. read more


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Encana is rolling back spending as low oil prices continue to flog the energy industry.The oil giant says its 2016 capital program will include between $1.5 and $1.7-billion.That’s down about 25 per cent from this year.Encana says about 95 per cent of the spending will go into its four key production assets and it plans to increase production by 10 per cent in 2016.The statement from Encana Monday morning did not include any specific information about further layoffs.The company has laid off nearly 1,500 employees since 2013. Encana making cuts to capital budget by Mike Tarasko Posted Dec 14, 2015 7:46 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email


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According to the UN human rights office, OHCHR, some of the refugees have threatened suicide if they are forced to return, and two elderly men in Cox’s Bazar have already attempted suicide.Michelle Bachelet, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, underlined that with “complete lack of accountability” and ongoing violations in Myanmar, repatriations effectively means “throwing back” the refugees into the same cycle of human rights violations that they “have been suffering for decades.”There are plans for the repatriation of more than 2,200 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar. However, refugees have stated repeatedly that they do not wish to return under current conditions, OHCHR added. In addition, several families apparently listed for return are headed by women or children, placing them at heightened risk.Ms. Bachelet also stressed that forcibly expelling or returning refugees is a “clear violation of the core legal principle of non-refoulment,” which forbids repatriation where there are threats of persecution or serious risks to the life, physical integrity or liberty.Any returns must take place in line with international standards of voluntariness, safety and dignity, with full transparency, and only when the conditions are right, added Ms. Bachelet.► SEE ALSO: Rohingya returns only ‘at their freely expressed wish’ – UN refugee chiefThe UN human rights chief also called on the Government of Myanmar to show its seriousness in creating the conditions for return by addressing the root causes of the crisis in Rakhine state.Since late August 2017, widespread and systematic violence against Myanmar’s mainly-Muslim minority Rohingya, has forced hundreds of thousands to flee their homes in Rakhine state and seek refuge across the country’s border, in Bangladesh. Prior to that, well over 200,000 Rohingya refugees were sheltering in Bangladesh due to earlier displacements.“The history of the Rohingya in Myanmar is one filled with repeated episodes of violence, flight and return,” said Ms. Bachelet, calling on the international community “to speak with one voice to stop this cycle from repeating itself yet again.”According to estimates, there are some 925,000 Rohingya refugees sheltering in Bangladesh, most of them in the district of Cox’s Bazar, once an idyllic coastal town, transformed into the largest refugee settlement in the world, in just a matter of months. read more


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Ohio State sophomore running back J.K. Dobbins (2) runs the ball in the first quarter of the game against Maryland on Nov. 17. Ohio State won 52-51. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorNo. 10 Ohio State got to Michigan week with a single loss, but in ugly fashion, defeating Maryland 52-51 in overtime in College Park. Here are three takeaways from Saturday’s win against the Terrapins.Dobbins becomes featured backSophomore running back J.K. Dobbins knew he was going to be the featured back against Maryland. Redshirt junior Mike Weber, according to head coach Urban Meyer, suffered a quad bruise during the week, which got worse heading into the game on Saturday.Going in, Dobbins and Weber were trading series, sharing the carries at the top of the depth chart. Even though it has worked in the past, Dobbins said he is more comfortable with being “the guy” in the backfield, saying after the game he is an energetic player that gets in a groove each drive he receives.Ohio State saw that from Dobbins against the Terrapins, recording 203 yards on the ground on 37 carries, the most, he said, he had had since high school, scoring on a 1-yard rush at the end of the second quarter.Dobbins was not by himself in the running game, with redshirt sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins rushing for 59 yards, scoring three touchdowns on the ground.However, with the consistency of Dobbins, Haskins had the opportunity to run an offense that many expected from Ohio State at the beginning of the year: utilizing the option, but with a player who can run for short yardage, but prefers to pass.With Dobbins and Haskins, it looked like the Ohio State offense Meyer wanted to run the whole time.But with a running game that Ohio State has had all year that runs with the 1A and 1B backs at the top of the depth chart, it is not likely, assuming Weber’s return, that this kind of consistency from one back, that amount of a workload, will continue against Michigan.Haskins continues to trust the tight endsHaskins’ main targets in the passing game have not changed much this season. In Ohio State’s 1-point victory over Maryland, redshirt senior wide receiver Johnnie Dixon recorded six catches for 102 yards while redshirt senior wide receiver Terry McLaurin brought in a team-leading 118 yards and a touchdown on four catches.But in the short passing game, Haskins looked to his tight end, sophomore Luke Farrell, for consistent catches. He brought in four catches, tied for second-most on the team, for 44 yards, bringing in one for 19 yards.Farrell’s performance against Maryland tied for his most receptions in a single game this season, bringing in four catches against Purdue on Oct. 20. The 44 yards through the air was also a season high.Redshirt junior tight end Rashod Berry was also a major factor against the Terrapins, recording an 11-yard catch on a 4th-and-1 in overtime, leading to a 5-yard touchdown rush by Haskins.For the Ohio State quarterback, tight ends were not the deciding factor in Saturday’s win. But the position, both Farrell and Berry, proved to be Haskins’ security blanket, something that could be effective moving forward.Ohio State defense needs work The Ohio State defense had a day to forget against the Terrapins on Saturday, allowing the most points (52) and the second-most yards (535) it had all season.The offensive success started quickly for Maryland. Reminiscent of the Oregon State game, Maryland redshirt freshman running back Anthony McFarland recorded two touchdown runs, one for 81 yards and the other for 75 in the first quarter, recording 298 yards on 21 carries overall. Now, heading into the Michigan game, the Ohio State defense, allowing 24.6 points per game, is giving up close to 400 yards per game, with opponents averaging 5.9 yards per play and scoring 33 touchdowns against the Buckeyes this season. Defending the ground game, Ohio State is No. 6 in the Big Ten, allowing 161.3 yards per game and 4.5 yards per carry. In the passing game, opponents are completing 52.3 percent of passes against the Buckeyes, but averaging 237.4 passing yards per game, No. 10 in the conference. Next week, Ohio State will face a Michigan team that has the No. 4 rushing attack in the Big Ten, averaging 219.2 yards per game, and a passing attack that completes 65.1 percent of passes for 210.5 yards per game. The Buckeyes will have to try and stop the balanced attack of Michigan. But it cannot do it the same way Ohio State tried to stop Maryland on Saturday. read more


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first_imgGoogle finally revealed its new Nexus 5 and thanks to all the leaks recently, there are very few surprises. [Gizmodo]Swedish children think their parents spend too much time staring at their phones. [The Guardian]PARTING SHOTNASA’s Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer spotted this screaming witch in space. Updated 22:55NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a roundup of today’s news.The sedimentation tanks at the Ballymore Eustace water treatment plant (Image: Brian Lawless/PA).IRISHThose hit by nightly restrictions may face cloudy water when the supply comes back on tomorrow morning.Gardaí want to issue a photo of the girl found outside the GPO three weeks ago. [RTÉ]A woman has been arrested after the discovery of the body of another woman in Dublin.Unemployment fell to 13.2 per cent last month.Danske Bank Ireland is to close with the loss of 150 jobs.The master of the Rotunda warned of “unsustainable” levels of activity at the hospital.We’ll have 305 new garda vehicles on the roads by the end of the year.The Universal Social Charge will collect over €4 billion next year.Irish personalities opened up about their battles with depression.The search for a missing walker in Mayo has been suspended for the second night.Yet another Labour councillor has resigned from the party.WORLDMen cover the bodies of migrants who died of thirst after the truck they were travelling in broke down in the Sahara Desert (Image: Almoustapha Alhacen/AP).#NIGER: 87 people, including 48 children have died of thirst in the desert. [AFP]#SYRIA: A watchdog said the country has destroyed all of its chemical weapons. [BBC]#RUSSIA: Edward Snowden has bagged himself  a new job. [Associated Press]#NEWS OF THE WORLD: Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson had a six-year affair. [The Guardian]INNOVATION (Image: NASA)First published 21:00. Here’s What Happened Yesterday>last_img read more


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first_imgOracle was convinced to issue an update for its Java plugin two weeks early this month in order to squash a few critical bugs that resulted in a torrent of bad press. Everyone from security bloggers to the federal government had warned the general public against using Java after it was discovered that the exploit was being targeted in the wild. Apple blocked Java via OS X’s Xprotect, and Mozilla and Google both flipped the switch on their browsers to blacklist the plug-in.According to security researcher Brian Krebs, the most critical fix in the most recent Java update addresses an issue in Oracle’s new trust mechanism. The initial change made it so that Java requested authorization from end users whenever unsigned, untrusted code was encountered. While it was an excellent step in the right direction in terms of improving the overall security of Java, it was also very easy to circumvent.In total, the Java update takes care of 50 security flaws. Unsurprisingly, Oracle is recommending that all users update as soon as possible due to the severe risk posed by surfing with a vulnerable version.If you’ve still got Java installed on your system, keep your eyes peeled for an update notification. If you’d rather not wait for Oracle’s updater to answer the call, just head over to the Java download page and grab the latest version. Mac users will be relieved to know that the new release matches Xprotect’s minimum version expectation — and that means no more terminal hacking is required just so you can play Minecraft.One more thing: just make sure the update you’re installing is a legitimate one, not some craftily-designed malware.More reading: How to disable Java on everythinglast_img read more


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first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The end of last week saw three young Greek men from Fourni Island land on the islet of Mikros Anthropofas, an uninhabited rocky island that belongs to Greece’s Ikaria island and part of the Municipality of Fourni Korseon.The men raised the Greek flag at the islet’s highest point as a response to Turkey’s claims over it. According to EGAYDAAK, a list put together by the Turkish Foreign Ministry icludes Mikros Anthropofas and another 17 islands in the area as part of the controversial areas Turkey insists Greece has no claim over.The list features a total of 152 islands -25 islands and 127 islets – contesting the Lausanne Treaty.  EGAYDAAK which stands for ‘Islands, islets and rock isles whose domain was not conceded to Greece’  also includes the islands of Thimena and Thyminaki, Xera, Katergaria, Limenopetra, Alafnissi, Kissiria, Kournashti, Strongla, Plaka, Plakaki, Prasonisi, Makronissi, Little Anthropos, Little and Great Saint Minas.last_img read more


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first_imgEast County Fire and Rescue’s failed levy lid lift in November has prompted commissioners to terminate an interlocal agreement with the city of Camas for shared service of Camas-Washougal Fire Department Chief Nick Swinhart.“We’re looking at ways to save money,” said Mike Taggart, vice chair of East County’s board of commissioners.Taggart signed a letter that Camas city councilors will discuss at their workshop at 4:30 p.m. Monday at Camas City Hall, 616 N.E. Fourth Ave. The letter says that East County’s board voted in December to terminate the agreement, which was signed in October 2016. The agreement will end Feb. 1, according to the letter.The agreement saw East County pay Camas-Washougal roughly $37,000 a year and Swinhart spend about 37.5 hours a month at the district. Swinhart said it worked out so he usually spent one day a week at East County and attended one board meeting a month. He helped with overall administration oversight, budget oversight and reporting to the commissioners.Swinhart said he assumed the conversation would come up once East County’s levy lid lift failed in November with 53.38 percent of voters coming out against the tax increase. The two agencies have discussed a merger throughout the last few years, but talks between the two have died down.“With those two things coming to a head, there probably wasn’t a lot of sense for continuing our agreement for much longer,” Swinhart said.last_img read more


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first_imgReports in England have suggested that Pep Guardiola will renew his efforts to sign Isco from Real Madrid this summer with a reported £75m bid on offer, claims The SunCity are known to be keen admirers of Isco and were reported to have made their interest know to the Spanish international last summer, but Isco chose to remain at the Santiago Bernabeu for another season.The Sun have reported that City are now prepared to renew their efforts to sign the highly-rated midfielder, who could potentially be allowed to leave the squad in the summer as part of the rebuilding process being planned at Real.norwich city, manchester city, premier leagueReport: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…The former Malaga player has made 24 starts for Real in an otherwise lacklustre title defence in La Liga with the club currently 15 points behind leaders Barcelona in third place.The English newspaper states that City are prepared to table a bid in the region of £75m for a player who gone to score 40 goals in 223 appearances for Real.last_img read more



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first_imgSheikh Hasina said father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman rehabilitated the mothers and sisters who were raped during the liberation war. Bangladesh observes 25 March as National Genocide Day and is trying to get international recognition for it. He said Adama Dieng described Myanmar’s atrocities on Rohingyas as a genocide and renewed the UN support to Bangladesh on the issue. “The perpetrators of the genocide must be brought to justice,” he said. Prothom Alo English Desk Visiting UN under-secretary general and special adviser on Prevention of Genocide Adama Dieng on Sunday said the United Nations will raise the 1971 issue of Pakistani genocide in Bangladesh in the international forum though some countries may oppose it, according to UNB. The UN under-secretary general urged the international community to mount further pressure on Myanmar to bring back its nationals from Bangladesh as it cannot resolve the (Rohingya) problem alone. He made the statement when he met prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her office. Adama Dieng mentioned outstanding leadership of three female leaders in the world. They are Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina, German chancellor Angela Markel and New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern. While talking about terrorism and militancy, the PM said a few incidents took place in the country, but the government tackled those with an iron hand. Visiting UN under-secretary general and special adviser on Prevention of Genocide Adama Dieng on Sunday said the United Nations will raise the 1971 issue of Pakistani genocide in Bangladesh in the international forum though some countries may oppose it, according to UNB.”Though some countries may oppose it, we’ll raise the issue of Pakistani genocide in Bangladesh during the 1971 liberation war in the international forum,” he said.He made the statement when he met prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her office.PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the meeting.Bangladesh observes 25 March as National Genocide Day and is trying to get international recognition for it.Sheikh Hasina recalled that the Pakistani occupation forces launched the genocide in Bangladesh on 25 March in 1971.”Over three million people were killed, while 200,000 mothers and sisters lost their honour to Pakistani occupation forces and their local collaborators,” she said.Sheikh Hasina said father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman rehabilitated the mothers and sisters who were raped during the liberation war.The press secretary said the prime minister and the UN under-secretary general also discussed the Rohingya issue.He said Adama Dieng described Myanmar’s atrocities on Rohingyas as a genocide and renewed the UN support to Bangladesh on the issue. “The perpetrators of the genocide must be brought to justice,” he said.The UN under-secretary general urged the international community to mount further pressure on Myanmar to bring back its nationals from Bangladesh as it cannot resolve the (Rohingya) problem alone.Adama Dieng said the UN wants repatriation of the Rohingyas to their homeland of Rakhaine state and there will be peaceful and inclusive society.The UN under-secretary general also praised prime ninister Sheikh Hasina for giving shelter to over one million Rohingyas in Bangladesh.The PM said the Rohingyas outnumbered the local people of Cox’s Bazar. “As a result, the local people are suffering a lot,” she said.Highlighting various steps for the welfare of the Rohingyas, Sheikh Hasina said the government is developing an island for their temporary shelter.She thanked the international community for extending their helping hand on the Rohingya issue.While talking about terrorism and militancy, the PM said a few incidents took place in the country, but the government tackled those with an iron hand.She said the government is exchanging views with a cross-section of people, including teachers, students, public representatives, religious leaders, to create public awareness against the menace of terrorism and militancy.Adama Dieng mentioned outstanding leadership of three female leaders in the world. They are Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina, German chancellor Angela Markel and New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern.The UN under-secretary general highly praised Sheikh Hasina for ensuring women empowerment in the country. “You’re a symbol of women empowerment,” he said.Adama Dieng hoped that Bangladesh will achieve sustainable development goals like MDGs under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina.About the massacre in two mosques in Christchurch of New Zealand, the prime minister said the members Bangladesh National Cricket Team narrowly escaped the carnage.Both the PM and the UN under-secretary general praised the steps taken by the New Zealand PM after the massacre that left 50 people dead and scores of others injured. The UN under-secretary general highly praised Sheikh Hasina for ensuring women empowerment in the country. “You’re a symbol of women empowerment,” he said. The press secretary said the prime minister and the UN under-secretary general also discussed the Rohingya issue. The UN under-secretary general also praised prime ninister Sheikh Hasina for giving shelter to over one million Rohingyas in Bangladesh. About the massacre in two mosques in Christchurch of New Zealand, the prime minister said the members Bangladesh National Cricket Team narrowly escaped the carnage.center_img Adama Dieng said the UN wants repatriation of the Rohingyas to their homeland of Rakhaine state and there will be peaceful and inclusive society. ‘UN to raise 1971 Pakistani genocide to int’l forum’ PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the meeting. Adama Dieng hoped that Bangladesh will achieve sustainable development goals like MDGs under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina. Sheikh Hasina recalled that the Pakistani occupation forces launched the genocide in Bangladesh on 25 March in 1971. “Over three million people were killed, while 200,000 mothers and sisters lost their honour to Pakistani occupation forces and their local collaborators,” she said. She said the government is exchanging views with a cross-section of people, including teachers, students, public representatives, religious leaders, to create public awareness against the menace of terrorism and militancy. She thanked the international community for extending their helping hand on the Rohingya issue. The PM said the Rohingyas outnumbered the local people of Cox’s Bazar. “As a result, the local people are suffering a lot,” she said.Highlighting various steps for the welfare of the Rohingyas, Sheikh Hasina said the government is developing an island for their temporary shelter. “Though some countries may oppose it, we’ll raise the issue of Pakistani genocide in Bangladesh during the 1971 liberation war in the international forum,” he said. Both the PM and the UN under-secretary general praised the steps taken by the New Zealand PM after the massacre that left 50 people dead and scores of others injured.last_img read more


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first_imgZach Gibson/Getty Images via NPRDemonstrators during a “lie-in” demonstration supporting gun control reform near the White House on February 19, 2018 in Washington, D.C. Gonzaga Prep choir students sing to honor recent victims of gun violence. #NationalWalkoutDay #enough #EnoughIsEnough pic.twitter.com/Fh9tetgGft— Kierra Elfalan (@KierraKREM) March 14, 2018 Claremont HS begins with Amazing Grace and a moment of silence for the victims of the Parkland mass shooting. #walkout pic.twitter.com/zWwbjml3s2— Liset Márquez (@JournaLiset) March 14, 2018 Philly 1st graders walk out and sing “Let Peace Begin with Me.” Thank you to @PHLschools teachers for showing the next generation that their voices matter. #StudentsStandUp #March4OurLives #NationalSchoolWalkout #PHLed pic.twitter.com/oTuu8TKSuu— Anna Perng (@annaperng) March 14, 2018 Choir now sings “Heal the world” @wmfeorlando pic.twitter.com/P8UoEULF43— Dani Prieur (@daniprieur) March 14, 2018 Share For 17 minutes on Wednesday, one minute for each of the students killed in Parkland, Florida, on Valentine’s Day, thousands of America’s schoolchildren walked out of class and took the mic. Many faced parental or administrative wrath. But they stood together, or even alone, to clearly declare their grief, fear and desire for change in speeches, chanting, slam poetry and poignant song.Surveying these musical performances together is overwhelming — there are familiar songs, brand-new numbers written by protestors, choirs of tots and teens, secular and religious compositions, a cappella groups and solo troubadours with guitars. But overall, with a few outliers, the performances might be sorted into five basic thematic categories:Songs that drove the African American Civil Rights movement: “We Shall Overcome,” “Will the Circle Be Unbroken,” “Peace Like a River,” “Amazing Grace.”Yesterday’s demonstration, as with many U.S. social movements, was largely made possible by the history of protest shaped by African-American youth. And these songs were nurtured in the throats of children — Jamila Jones, for example, has recounted how as a 14-year-old singing “We Shall Overcome” with other Highlander Folk School activists, she was moved to invent the famous verse, “we are not afraid.” As police raided the group’s meeting venue in Monteagle, Tennessee, she lifted her voice with the new words and heard others join in — and, as an unnerved officer shakily asked her, “do you have to sing so loud,” she suddenly understood the political force of music in the hands of teenagers.Songs that reference the struggle for civil rights, and highlight the 21st-century conflicts woven from those historical threads: “Make Them Hear You” from the musical Ragtime (telling stories of black and immigrant Americans in the early 20th century); and “Glory,” the track John Legend and Common contributed to Ava DuVernay’s 2014 film Selma. Though Selma’s plot followed the famous 1965 marches for voting rights, the song’s lyrics (and John Legend at the Academy Awards) plainly testify that the struggle isn’t in the past: “That’s why Rosa sat on the bus/That’s why we walk through Ferguson with our hands up.” The protestors at the Chattanooga School for the Arts who chose to sing “Glory” can remind listeners that the Black Lives Matter movement is also one that addresses children at risk from gun violence.Songs about peace: John Lennon’s anthem “Imagine,” Michael Jackson’s “Heal the World,” and Jackie DeShannon’s 1969 anti-war hit “Put A Little Love in Your Heart,” for example. Given that the singers yesterday were children, it is not surprising that there were peace songs written for children’s voices — “Let Peace Begin With Me,” penned in 1955 for the International Children’s Choir, as well as Emmy-winning composer Kurt Bestor’s “Prayer of the Children.” Bestor initially wrote his “Prayer” about the Yugoslavian Civil War, but it has also been performed in concerts commemorating September 11, 2001, the Oklahoma City Bombing, and the Columbine shootings.Anthems: First and foremost, “The Star Spangled Banner,” a reminder — from a seventh grader in Michigan and a police officer supporting students in York, Pennsylvania — that in a democratic republic, protest can be patriotic. Second, in a sweet gesture of solidarity, students at Dothan High School in Alabama learned and performed the alma mater of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.Perhaps most moving, the original songs created by students: “The Separation,” by Central High School students in Columbus, Georgia, is a lovely composition that wonders about voices and choices. Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas listened during their walkout to the song their friends had written and performed at CNN’s Town Hall in February. Soloist Tyler Jenkins performed his own song, “Save Me,” written from the point of view of a school-shooting victim. 15-year-old Morro Bay, California student Amalia Fleming, accompanied herself on a mint-green guitar: “To hell with their games / We were born to be renegades / We spit our words to ignite the rage / And raise our voices to fan the flames.”Finally, it should be noted that amid all the voices raised yesterday, one of the loudest messages was delivered in total silence, when students turned their backs on the White House. More nationally coordinated events are planned.center_img NHS stands TOGETHER ❤️and stands strong💪🏻 #EnoughIsEnough awesome job Lucy and the students who planned this! Extra proud to be a Bronco today❤️💛🐴 pic.twitter.com/MQMAiOdDMf— Northgate Leadership (@nhs_broncos) March 14, 2018 My School Stands with the people who have lost their lives in the numerous amount of school shootings. #EnoughIsEnough with gun violence!🧡 #NationalWalkoutDay pic.twitter.com/jt9d9stCZo— Rafael Grande (@iitsRafael) March 14, 2018 Students singing “Make them hear you” as they commemorate Parkland victims and protest gun violence at Livingston HS … 1000s of students across NJ and across the nation are participating in this moment simultaneously pic.twitter.com/MnHwDIybH1— Brenda Flanagan (@FlanaganNJTV) March 14, 2018 Rhymes from a young leader: #EnoughisEnough #NationalWalkoutDay #Parkland #ParklandShooting #Walkout #WalkoutMS50 pic.twitter.com/ICE2CblYjc— MS50 CommunitySchool (@MS50_ElPuente) March 14, 2018 Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more


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first_imgSCHEDULEFriday, May 175:35 p.m. – 3V8+ (Heat 1)6 p.m. – 2V4+ (Heat 1)6:25 p.m. – V4+ (Heat 1)7 p.m. – 2V8+ (Heat 2)7:15 p.m. – V8+ (Heat 1) ACC Network Extra (Saturday) This weekend’s regatta will mark the second time this season that Louisville has traveled to Clemson, with the first trip coming a month ago with the Clemson Invitational. With severe storms in the area and resulting debris on the course, the Invitational was postponed and eventually cancelled with only the V8+ and 2V8+ having a chance to race on Lake Hartwell. The school with the highest point total following the races will be crowned ACC Champion, while the conference’s coaches will select the All-ACC Team, ACC Coach of the Year and ACC Freshman of the Year. Last season, Sophie Schulz and Violette Legrand were named All-ACC, with Legrand also taking Freshman of the Year honors. ACC Network Extra coverage is available for prelims on Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., followed by the finals from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. on Saturday. Jerry Massey will handle play-by-play and will be joined by analyst Steve Pritzker, a former rowing head coach at Iowa. Schedule  Print Friendly Version Saturday, May 188:05 a.m. – 3V8+ (Petite Final)8:15 a.m. – 3V8+ (Grand Final)8:30 a.m. – 2V4+ (Petite Final)8:40 a.m. – 2V4+ (Grand Final)8:55 a.m. – V4+ (Petite Final)9:05 a.m. – V4+ (Grand Final)9:20 a.m. – 2V8+ (Petite Final)9:30 a.m. – 2V8+ (Grand Final)9:45 a.m. – V8+ (Petite Final)9:55 a.m. – V8+ (Grand Final) The top six qualifying times in each flight will advance to Saturday’s grand final, while the remaining three will compete in the petite final. Saturday’s races begin with the third varsity eight at 8:05 a.m. before concluding with the varsity eight at 9:55 a.m. Story Linkscenter_img In the overall standings, Louisville finished fifth overall with 64 points. In the varsity eight grand final, the Cardinals earned a bronze medal with a time of 6:25.309, their highest finish in the race as an ACC member. ACC Network Extra (Friday) Fans can follow Louisville rowing on Twitter (@UofLRowing) at http://twitter.com/uoflrowing, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/UofLRowing and on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/uoflrowing. The regatta opens with all nine crews competing in preliminary heats on Friday, May 17 beginning at 5:35 p.m. with the third varsity eight, followed by the second varsity four, varsity four, second varsity eight and the varsity eight at 7:15 p.m. The ACC announced seeds for the regatta last Thursday with the V4+ placing fourth, the V8+, 3V8+ and 2V4+ earning fifth seeds, and the 2V8+ receiving the sixth seed. Live Results The Cards are coming off a strong showing in dual racing last weekend at Michigan, where three of their five boats finished second to the No. 5 Wolverines and topped Michigan State. The 2V8+ posted the squad’s fastest time of the day with a mark of 6:44.31, besting the varsity eight’s time by 0.12 seconds. For their efforts, the crew coxswain Margaret Geraghty (Sr, Dayton, Ohio), Samantha Stoll (Sr., Absecon, N.J.), Misia Partyga (Fr., Warsaw, Poland), Jordan Kraski (So., Arlington, Wash.), Caroline Lynch (Sr., Winchester, Ky.), Haylee Judge (So., Traverse City, Mich.), Abigail Davies (Jr., Northwich, U.K.), Mallory Burnett (Sr., Bargersville, Ind.) and Katie Beiler (Fr., Sarasota, Fla.). was named ACC Crew of the Week. ACC Championship Site LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Following a successful trip to Michigan, the University of Louisville rowing team heads to Clemson for the 2019 ACC Rowing Championship this weekend at Lake Hartwell.last_img read more


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first_img This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. The Internet offers us an abundance of options when selecting everything from bicycles to mates that is unprecedented in human history. Although we may think that the extra options are good, new research has shown that we may be more satisfied when choosing from fewer options – and we may not even be cognitively equipped to correct this misconception.Throughout most of human history, we’ve had significantly fewer options for choosing a mate, and so we would strongly welcome any additional options when they came along. For instance, when our neocortex was developing, in part to deal with social networks, the average human group consisted of roughly 150 individuals. Healthy group members of reproductive age of the opposite sex would total about 35 – slim pickings, by the Internet’s standards. Because we developed in this kind of social environment, we have a tendency to desire ever more options. That’s why, for example, people are enticed by dating Web site Match.com’s offer of “millions of possibilities.” But, as a team of researchers has shown in a recent study, this abundance of options may not make the chooser feel or choose any better than a pool of just a half dozen or so options. Psychologist Alison Lenton from the University of Edinburgh, Barbara Fasolo from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and cognitive scientist Peter Todd from Indiana University have presented their findings on this subject in a recent issue of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication.As the researchers explain, people tend to anticipate that they’ll feel better about “shopping for a mate” when there is a large number of options. However, in actuality, people feel equally good when faced with few as opposed to many options. The scientists performed two experiments demonstrating this clash between anticipation and experience. In their first experiment, the researchers asked 88 participants (with an average age of 22) what they thought was the ideal number of potential mates to choose from, with a range between 1 and 5,000 options. Participants judged each set (very small to very large) of potential mates on four criteria: expected difficulty of making a selection, anticipated satisfaction with their decision, anticipated regret after making their decision, and expected enjoyment of the selection process. Coat the ravens evermore? To protect tortoises, officials test spraying oil into birds’ nests Citation: Online Dating: Where Technology and Evolution Collide (2008, June 26) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2008-06-online-dating-technology-evolution-collide.html Explore further When searching for a soul mate, you might think that the more options, the better. But the rise of technology – notably, the Internet – has thrown a wedge in that perception. On average, participants predicted that they would be overall most satisfied when selecting from about 20-50 possible mates. So, in the second experiment, the researchers investigated how satisfied people were when choosing a mate from this range compared with the less favored fewer options. Interestingly, they found that participants who chose from 20 personal profiles had roughly similar experiences compared with participants who had to pick from just four profiles. Also, participants’ actual experiences when faced with four options were significantly better than anticipated.As the researchers summarized, “the expected preference for the larger set-size in terms of more enjoyment and satisfaction and less regret did not materialize.” Instead, there is a significant mismatch between what people think they will feel and what they actually feel, the team concluded.Misjudgment of an optimal number of options has been observed in several other situations besides choosing a mate. Generally, the greatest disadvantages when having more options include being more frustrated by the complexity of the selection process, sometimes not making a selection at all, and experiencing decreased satisfaction and increased regret after making a selection. (When you’re faced with a million possibilities, you have a much smaller chance of picking the “right” one than if you had to pick from just four.)The study also offers suggestive evidence that people aren’t paying very close attention to all of the various information provided in the profiles when they have many profiles to sift through and, thus, they might be missing out on interesting/suitable potential mates in this choice context.“The information overload result was well known to consumer researchers since the ‘70s,” Fasolo told PhysOrg.com. “But the context was always consumer – a bit artificial and more ‘novel’ in an evolutionary sense. It was not at all obvious that the same result would occur in the more naturalistic context of mate choice. True, we are examining a more modern mate choice world – not sequential encounters in the jungle, but simultaneous fast-paced encounters with men zooming from one café table to the next – to which humans are relatively less accustomed (though lekking animals are). So, all in all, I would say that the fact that greater variety backfired even in the context of mate choice was non-obvious.”Researchers have previously tried to explain our misjudgment of option number in evolutionary terms. At the time our brains were evolving to deal with making decisions, humans rarely had too many options to deal with. Therefore, we’re not adapted to deal with the excessive numbers of choices available today. The Internet, which has no physical space limitations, presents us with a problem that never existed for our ancestors. (As the researchers note, about 1% of the 600,000,000 people who use the Internet visit online dating sites.)After millions of years of seeking more variety under conditions where variety was relatively limited, it may be very difficult to persuade people that more isn’t always better. For one thing, people may not have a point of comparison where they can experience the benefits of fewer options. Also, recognition of the disadvantages may not come until much later on. Further, even if we do learn from our experiences, it may not matter much. Research has shown that people’s expectations, rather than previous actual experiences, play a larger role in determining whether they will participate in the same event in the future. In light of these findings, the researchers suggest that Web designers of online dating sites consider this contrast and try to appease people’s desire for more options while making it easier to narrow down large sets. Currently, some sites do the opposite: when a search results yields fewer than 50 (or more, in some cases) profiles, the site encourages users to broaden their search criteria. Instead, the researchers encourage developers to keep in mind that they must balance people’s desire for more choices with the knowledge that giving people such choices may lead them to evaluate potential mates in a more superficial way.“I find it interesting (and a bit worrying) that the underestimation of the costs of too much choice which we (and other consumer researchers alike) find plagues not just the daters, but the designers of dating Web sites,” Fasolo said. “If we want people to make sensible choices, researchers need to ‘nudge’ (to say it with Thaler and Sunstein) dating Web site designers towards simpler and more manageable Web sites.”More information: Lenton, Alison P.; Fasolo, Barbara; and Todd, Peter M. “’Shopping’ for a Mate: Expected versus Experienced Preferences in Online Mate Choice.” IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Vol. 51, No. 2, June 2008. Copyright 2008 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. 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first_img Languages are dying out around the globe through globalisation, social change, a shift in populations from rural areas to cities, and often well-intentioned education in national languages and national cultures rather than local indigenous languages and traditions. Of the 6,500 languages estimated by UNESCO to be still in use, only 11 are spoken by half the world’s population, and 95 percent of the languages are spoken by five percent of the global population.A new project, the World Oral Literature Project, led by anthropologist Dr Mark Turin of the University of Cambridge’s Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, aims to preserve the linguistic diversity being lost as elders die and young people turn to the national languages taught in schools and used by the media. The project is recording and documenting languages that face the prospect of dying out, with the goal of preserving their poems, chants, stories, and anything else that can be recorded. Turin receives boxes of DVDs from small indigenous communities around the world, who hope the project will preserve their language and literature for future generations. The project uses a range of media including voice recorders, video cameras and other multimedia technologies, and is building a digital archive that will be accessible on demand both by academics and by people of the communities themselves.An oral tradition is central for many of the groups, rather than a written tradition, and many communities have never had their songs and stories recorded by anyone. Groups collaborating with anthropologists to have their languages recorded for the first time are widespread, and include communities such as the Amurdag community in Northern Australia, the Maka in Paraguay, Chulym in Siberia, and the Kallawaya community in Bolivia.The idea for the project began when Turin documented the language of the Thangmi community in Nepal for his PhD in endangered languages at Leiden University in The Netherlands. The choice of language was random, with Turin selecting the community from a map on his supervisor’s study wall. The language was virtually unknown outside the tiny community, and was completely undocumented. Turin’s project eventually created a trilingual word list in Thangmi, Nepali, and English, that is still sold in the community and which is being used to teach children about their own language and heritage. Turin said he was amazed so few linguists are working on endangered languages, and people “do PhDs on the apostrophe in French,” but no one knows precisely how many undocumented languages there are. When a language ceases to exist, so does its cultural world view, and much of the heritage of the community is lost.The World Oral Literature Project has secured funding of £30,000 to aid communities in the recordings. Its first international workshop is to be held in Cambridge this week. Similar projects are being carried out by National Geographic and their Enduring Voices project, the Arcadia fund, and the Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project. It is also worth noting that in Europe there are many languages in need of efforts to preserve them, such as Cornish in England, Gaelic in Scotland, and Breton in France.More information: World Oral Literature ProjectThe World Oral Literature Project is currently seeking sustainable long-term funding to ensure that it can make a permanent contribution to theurgent documentation of endangered traditions.© 2009 PhysOrg.com (PhysOrg.com) — There are an estimated 6,500 languages in the world, with around fifty percent of them endangered and likely to cease to exist by 2100, but efforts are now being made to save them from extinction. Investigating the world of languages Recitation of oral texts by the late Latte Apa, senior ritual practitioner of the Thangmi community, India. Image credit: World Oral Literature Project Explore further Citation: Efforts to save endangered languages (2009, December 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2009-12-efforts-endangered-languages.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more


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first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires GLENDALE, Ariz. — Leadership is one of those things coaches and players like to talk about when things don’t go right.Things did not go right for the Arizona Cardinals in 2016.Picked by many to be Super Bowl contenders — if not favorites — the team struggled to a 7-8-1 record, losing five games by seven points or less and tying in another.The reasons for their struggles are many, and if you pointed to special teams, the offensive line, inconsistent receivers and QB play as well as injuries, you would not be wrong. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Leadership also came up as an issue, not in that the Cardinals did not have any, but that some of the team’s younger players did not get up to speed quick enough in order to help the cause.Enter the offseason, in which the Cardinals made many moves, including the additions of veterans Antoine Bethea, Karlos Dansby and Phil Dawson.Entering this season, the trio accounts for 42 seasons of NFL experience and they, along with the team’s other older players, will carry a lot of responsibility.“We talk about it all the time, this is not my team,” head coach Bruce Arians said. “This is the veterans’ team. We’ll be as good as they want to be, and we’ll always have a veteran and they’re in charge.“It’s not the coaches’ job to get the young players ready, it’s their job.”That is why having more experience is not seen as a bad thing for a team that still believes it can make a deep postseason run.“Coach made a point [Friday] night to say we have a vet in every position group,” QB Carson Palmer said. “There’s an elder statesman in every group.”Palmer, who is entering his 15th season, pointed to how much time teammates spend apart in their respective position groups, saying it is imperative for younger players to have someone to follow. Top Stories The knowledge they bring is immeasurable, whereas their ages are just numbers.“In football years I think it’s perceived once you get to 35 you’re old,” Palmer said, “but if you can still put it on every day and play and work out and train and prepare mentally, I look at it as being experienced and mature.”Follow Adam Green on Twitter Williams, indeed, has no problem. In fact, he is happy to follow Fitzgerald’s lead.“That’s wildly important, man, that’s so important I can’t even imagine how to explain it,” he said of the future Hall of Famer’s advice. “Larry’s a great guy — he has the answer to everything. It’s like having two coaches in the room, Coach (Darryl) Drake and with Larry on your side, I sit right in front of him in meetings so anything I need to know, I just turn around and ask, and he tells me.”Williams said the team’s many leaders all want to see everyone prosper as they work toward the same goal of winning a Super Bowl.“There’s no selfishness on this team, I can honestly say that,” he said.That runs contrary to some stories Williams has heard of other places, where veterans are less inclined to help because in the NFL, younger players are often added to take the older players’ jobs.Of the 90 players currently in training camp, 53 have two or fewer NFL seasons already under their belt. On the other hand, six Cardinals have at least 10 seasons on their resumes, with another three reaching double digits in 2017.center_img 0 Comments   Share   “Whether it be the way he takes notes, the way he watches film, the way he warms up for practice and games — there are so many facets that these young guys need to learn because they all come from so many different places,” he said. “Different schools, different trains of thought, different workout programs.“There is so much that goes into it until you get here, so having an older guy in each room is huge for guys.”The concept makes sense and sounds good, though it’s fair to wonder if there truly are tangible benefits to leadership. After all, it is usually only brought up when things go awry, which gives the impression that it could be a crutch, an excuse.But to the players, an absence of leadership is noticeable.“I think that’s the biggest thing,” Bethea, a newcomer to the team, said. “When you have leadership in the locker room, things just run smoothly. But then when you sometimes struggle with that leadership role, in certain cases, you can definitely see it.”Arizona having a great 2015 season was not necessarily due to having great leadership, just as their underachieving 2016 campaign is not a sure sign they lacked it. Dawson, who is the most experienced player on the Cardinals’ roster, is used to the concept and ready to guide whoever he needs to.“Every week is a brand new week that is full of things competing for your focus,” he said. “So, having perspective, I think, is crucial. It starts that 10-minute window you have in the locker room after a game for the head coach to kind of set the tone, what’s the messaging is going to be.“And then it’s our job as leaders to piggyback off of that and make sure the guys follow in line and so that following week, a story doesn’t become a bigger story than it needs to be. And when guys are down and frustrated, provide a little perspective and maybe some experiences you’ve been through in the past.”It’s about creating an example, and as receiver Larry Fitzgerald said, leadership is essential.“You set the tone every single day,” he said. “If I come out and I’m dragging and I’m not doing what I need to be doing, I’m not accountable, (rookie) Chad (Williams) is watching every single thing I’m doing.“I’m late to a meeting, Chad’s watching every single thing I’m doing. That festers down, so I have to be on my P’s and Q’s every single day, I have to be alert, I have to be attentive in meetings asking questions. If I’m doing that, then he has no problem.” “I feel like we’ve always had some really good leadership on the team,” cornerback Justin Bethel said, citing some of the players who departed in free agency but adding they still have, on the defense, players like Patrick Peterson, Tyrann Mathieu and Tyvon Branch.“Just thinking back last year, I’m not sure about every position group, but I trust in what [Arians] and Steve (Keim) and Michael (Bidwill) come up with and I think that was a point of emphasis,” Palmer said. “They talked about it, obviously, and I trust what they see putting this team together, so I believe in it.”It is important to note that a player does not have to be a long-tenured veteran in order to be a leader, but at the same time, there are specific things a only a player with many years of experience can offer.“When you talk about veterans, guys can talk about what they’ve been through the most,” linebacker Chandler Jones said. “I feel like you get a better example that way.”Jones, who is going into his sixth season, noted that he is the oldest player in his position group, which is weird but offers him a chance to take a larger role as a leader. 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