Written by Tags: Football/Pro Day/Utah State Aggies March 26, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah State Football to Host Pro Day on Wednesday, March 28 Robert Lovell FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah – Utah State football will host Pro Day for outgoing Aggies on Wednesday, March 28, at the ICON Sports Performance Center and Stan Laub Indoor Training Center.The following former Aggies are slated to work out for NFL teams: Austin Albrecht, Wesley Bailey, Jaren Colston-Green, Jalen Davis, Damion Hobbs, Alex Huerta, LaJuan Hunt, Dallin Leavitt, Tonny Lindsey Jr., Kent Myers, Emmett Odegard and Braelon Roberts.The session, which begins at 8 a.m. in the ICON Sports Performance Center, is not open to the public but is open to media. Any potential interviews with former players will be conducted at the completion of the workouts.Fans can follow the Aggie football program at twitter.com/USUFootball or on Facebook at Utah State Football, as well as on Instagram atinstagram.com/USUFootball. Aggie fans can also follow the Utah State athletic program at twitter.com/USUAthletics or on Facebook at Utah State University Athletics.
“He’s in good order and we’re looking forward to running him,” said the County Cork handler. “I would think, if all goes well, we will be looking at Fairyhouse and the Powers Gold Cup back over fences for him – then we’ll see where we are with him. “He didn’t jump that bravely at Cheltenham and this looks to be a good chance to boost his confidence a bit. We gave him some time after Cheltenham and I had a bit of a quiet time with the horses around Christmas. “He’s in good form, though, and he has won on heavy before.” Rebel Fitz, the 2012 Galway Hurdle winner, will shoulder top weight in the two-and-a-half-mile heat which also features the Willie Mullins-trained pair of Tarla and Upsie. Won In The Dark was a dual Grade One winner back in the 2007-8 season and he represents Denis Cullen, with Jennies Jewel and Joxer completing the line-up. Rebel Fitz could book his ticket for the Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse with a good run at Cork on Thursday. The nine-year-old won five novice chases on the bounce over the summer and autumn, culminating in a Grade Three success at Tipperary in October. He took his chance in a two-runner event at Cheltenham later that month but despite being sent off the hot favourite, he had to settle for second behind subsequent Festival fifth Third Intention, and trainer Michael Winters then gave Rebel Fitz, who has shown his best on good ground, a lengthy break over the winter and he reverts to smaller obstacles for his return in the www.racinghomeforeaster.com Hurdle. Press Association
Education Minister Joe McHugh has given the green light to a multi-million million euro new school for Errigal College in Letterkenny, Donegal Daily can reveal.The project will see a new 6,600 square metre building with a complete refurbishment of the 2,200 square metres of the existing school.Donegal ETB has been given the go ahead to expand school places at Errigal College from 450 students to 750 students as part of the plans. The state of the art new Errigal College will help need the demand for post primary school places in Letterkenny.The ETB has been asked to sign off on the deal before Easter and nominate aDesign Team for the project.Details of the expected costs involved aren’t being released until after the project tender process is completed.The Errigal College project is one of 14 capital projects being delivered for schools in Donegal. In Letterkenny these include St Eunan’s College, St Colmcille’s (Boys School), Little Angels and Illistrin National School.The Errigal College construction phase could create more than 100 jobs.Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh has confirmed news of the green light for a state of the art major new school building project.“I am delighted to be able to confirm a hugely significant construction project for Errigal College in Letterkenny, “ Minister McHugh said.“Donegal ETB and the school principal Charlie Cannon have now got the go ahead for what will effectively be a brand new 750 pupil post-primary school. “It will give the students and teachers and staff top class facilities to learn, work and grow.“Alongside that, a project of this size is also about jobs and investing in Donegal.”The Donegal Minister and T.D. said: “Officials in the Department of Education and Skills have assessed plans and approved the major construction project, including a 6,600m2 extension and refurbishment of 2,300m2 of the old school building.“Importantly the school will get a double Special Education base as part of the plan. “Errigal College is just one of more than a dozen major capital projects for schools in Donegal.“This Government is making hugely significant investment in our school buildings and in our children and young people and a project of this size will cement that by creating jobs for many parents in the county who might otherwise be in Dublin or London or further afield.”Minister McHugh added: “I am delighted for principal Charlie Cannon and his dedicated team and also for Anne McHugh and all those at Donegal ETB.“Donegal ETB will be responsible for procuring the design team and the day to day management of the project as it moves near construction.”Local Fine Gael councillor Jimmy Kavanagh added: “I know well what a project of this scale means to the school community at Errigal College and people of Letterkenny.“I wish Charlie Cannon and all his team and Anne McHugh, and her team at the Donegal ETB, every success on what is a hugely significant project.”EndsLetterkenny’s Errigal College to get multi-million euro new school was last modified: March 14th, 2019 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:errigal collegeextentionletterkennyMinister Joe McHughpupils
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest On Saturday, May 19, 2018, the Ohio Pork Council will be hosting the Pork-a-Palooza, featuring: bacon, BBQ and beer at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. The event will be held from 1 p.m. – 7 p.m., and will feature pork products and sides from local food trucks and restaurants. Pork producers and consumers are invited to enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with music, food, beverages, children’s inflatables and educational opportunities. Tickets are $10 per person and children 12 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased online at pork-a-palooza.com or on the day of the event.
3. What Is the Most Visually Interesting?The final question you should ask yourself deals with the superficial. What will the documentary look like, and why will people be interested to see it? It’s not always the case that what you’re interested in and have available to you, will be visually interesting to audiences. This is where you must look outside yourself, to friends, family or mentors to decide what makes your documentary interesting.When going through lists of the most financially successful (Really IMDb? Jackass 3D?) and critically praised documentaries, the subjects tend to be all over the map — but all seem to be attuned to interests and issues of their time.Perhaps one of the most definitive guides for the current climate of documentary filmmaking might be Michael Moore’s 13-point manifesto from his 2014 keynote speech at the Toronto International Film Festival.While you are filming a scene for your documentary, are you getting mad at what you are seeing? Are you crying? Are you cracking up so much that you are afraid that the microphone is going to pick it up? If that is happening while you are filming it, then there is a very good chance that’s how the audience is going to respond too. Trust that. You are the audience, too.Trust that. And get to shooting.How do you pick your documentary subjects? Have any other advice on how to choose? Let us know in the comments below! 2. What Is Available to You?If your first step involves looking existentially, the second step would be to look practically at what is available to you to shoot. Take a hard look at your resources and your flexibility to decide what subjects are available to you. If you live in Alaska and have a limited budget, it might be hard to follow an indigenous tribe in Papua New Guinea.That being said, as long as you keep a creative mindset, practicality is subjective to your ability to solve problems and adapt. For inspiration, here’s a terrific mini-doc shot on a Canon T3i 600D. Here’s everything you need to consider when deciding the subject of your next documentary.Top image via ShutterstockSo you’ve decided you’re a documentary filmmaker. You’ve gone to film school (or just as good, you dropped out). You’ve studied the classics, from Flaherty to Pennebaker to Moore. You’ve watched every Vice Guide, Independent Lens and 30 for 30 feature ever shot. You’ve gone out in the field and you’ve honed your chops.Now, you’re ready to make your own path and shoot your documentary film.Question is: who or what is your film going to be about? And better yet — why?1. What Are Your Interests?The best place to start is by looking at yourself. Making a documentary is a very long process that sometimes takes years to complete. From research, to filming out in the field, to editing through hard drives of footage, you’ll need to pick a subject that won’t wear thin on your interest and focus.Here’s documentary filmmaker Kevin Lindenmuth talking more in-depth on the importance of your interests.
As the 30th Olympic Games inch towards a grand finale, as the final weekend approaches, withdrawal is setting in.We have been so used to the hectic schedule of covering a multi-discipline event, which requires 16 to 18 hours of non-stop work, not to mention the travelling between venues, that now it’s almost like working in slow motion. For Indian journalists, all the action is now at the Excel Arena, with only the wrestlers vying for medals.It’s such a contrast from the first week of the Games, when we had one eye on the sport we were watching, the other following live updates on the cell phone or iPad, while the ears were busy listening to results from a third venue.A similar slowdown has also been witnessed in the transit system. The LOCOG buses are not crammed with tired, sweaty (yes even in the cool climate of London) journalists, while the volunteers look relaxed and less hurried. It’s almost like a cool down after a long, hard day in the field, with a bit of stretching before the players head off into the dressing room.However, the buzz at Leicester Square or Covent Garden in Central London is still the same. The bright lights are still shimmering as patrons from all over the world continue to throng the various eateries and designer boutiques.As soon as you step out of Leicester Square underground station, you’re welcomed by street performers and neon lights. Locals mingle freely with athletes and officials from various contingents. It’s almost as if the focus has now shifted from the on field competition to the sights and sounds of Central London.advertisementThis revelry is likely to continue late into Sunday night and Monday morning as London bids goodbye to the Olympic Games.
MOST READ NU Lady Bulldogs celebrate a point against the UE Lady Warriors. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFacing early adversity, National University rose to the occasion after beating University of the East, 25-19, 25-23, 25-19, for its first win in the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament Saturday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.Ivy Lacsina fired a game-high 18 points to lead the way for the Lady Bulldogs, who played their first game minus their lone setter Joyme Cagande due to a left knee injury.ADVERTISEMENT PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war Roselyn Doria added 12 points for NU, which got 26 points off UE’s errors.Judith Abil was the only Lady Warrior to hit double-digit points with 10.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations FIFA bans Chelsea from signing players through next season Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Urgent reply from Philippine football chief SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte “We’re happy but I can’t really express how happy we are because everyone knows the team’s struggles,” said Norman Miguel, who is in his first year as NU’s head coach.Without Cagande, who could miss the rest of the season after being feared to have sustained an ACL injury in NU’s loss to FEU last week, the Lady Bulldogs found an able replacement in Joni Chavez, who had been converted from libero to setter.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesChavez did not disappoint with 14 excellent sets in her first stint as a setter.“It’s tough at first but I’m just taking it as a challenge,” Chavez said in Filipino. ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting View comments
ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on January 1, 2011June 20, 2017By: Zubaida Bai, Young Champion of Maternal HealthClick 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 email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)This blog post was contributed by Zubaida Bai, one of the fifteen Young Champions of Maternal Health chosen by Ashoka and the Maternal Health Task Force at EngenderHealth. She will be blogging about her experience every month, and you can learn more about her, the other Young Champions, and the program here.The day I returned from India, I was greeted by emails from a few of my contacts requesting JANMA – Birth Kit samples for Haiti, Tanzania and Ghana. Since I was too tired, I decided I would pack and send them the next evening. In the morning, in one of the meetings at Health Leads (the new name for Project HEALTH), we were talking about how many patients with critical needs were not being identified either by the provider or by Health Leads, resulting in them reaching a crisis situation. The question arose: how can patients and needs be identified in the first few visits so an expecting mother and family can have an easier time, and the silent, manageable issues don’t affect her health during pregnancy?It was decided that a volunteer and I will study all of the cases for the last three years and identify where the gap was and what Health Leads can do to with its partners to decrease this incidence. On my way back home, as I was going through the events of the day, I felt overwhelmed as I thought of the impact of the work being done by the Health Leads regional and national offices. It made me realize how crucial my work was going to be as it would help them measure and see the outcome of their impact. Later that evening at home as I unpacked feeling overjoyed that the AYZH birth kits were going to so many countries as samples, it suddenly struck me how was AYZH going to measure impact of its own offerings.In the bed at night, I thought of the impact I was going to make in the field of maternal health, what impact the other 15 Ashoka Young Champions were going to make, and what the impact of Ashoka as an organization was making by supporting us and our passions. Is there a way we could measure this impact? Wouldn’t it be SUPERCOOL to be able to put some numbers around this?As we approach the end of fourth month of the fellowship, I thought I should write a blog for the Young Champions to start thinking of the IMPACT: what, when and how should we as YCs be measuring to help Ashoka feel proud for having given us this opportunity? It is my firm belief that if you cannot measure your work, you cannot add value to what you do.Given the fact that the maternal health is a subject very difficult to measure, I started looking for the simplest definition in the field around what I found was a definition of maternal mortality by WHO in 1992 where it says “maternal mortality has typically been defined as including direct obstetric and indirect obstetric causes but not incidental deaths.” This definition by default negates all the silent factors around maternal mortality and health. As rightly pointed about Hellen Kotolo in her blog this month, it is difficult to see that HIV is not even considered an important issue in maternal health in developing countries. Given the fact that in this modern world where women’s rights are given high importance it’s a sad fact that safe motherhood remains the least prioritized topic in many developing countries.From my field work of over 5 years in the social sector, I have time and again observed that many silent issues go unaccounted for due to the lack of the ability to express them or, in terms of the topic of this blog, to measure them. Even though good intentions can go a long way, it is very important for professionals in the field of social good to make themselves, heard, seen and believed.So let’s do it… Measure our impact and bring to life the silent issues of maternal health.Share this:
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Juventus chief Paratici confirms Mandzukic exit plansby Paul Vegas2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveJuventus sporting director Fabio Paratici admits they’re ready to sell Mario Mandzukic.Paratici has opened the door for Mario Mandzukic to start training with another side ahead of a January transfer move.The striker is still being linked with Manchester United.”We are talking to Mandzukic to find the best possible solution,” Paratici told Sky Italia.”We remain open to any scenario, so staying here or going elsewhere. We are discussing it to find the best solution for both parties.”Mandzukic is not training with us, in agreement with the club. If the agreement changes, I am open to everything.”