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first_imgWho they are: Presidential candidate Michael Masi is a junior from Siegfried Hall and current director of University Affairs for student government. His running mate, Tim Scanlan, is a sophomore from Morrissey Manor, current president of Sophomore Class Council and former Freshman Class Council president. Masi hopes to leverage his student government experience to effectively tackle a wide range of goals relating to diversity, student life and community engagement. “This campaign is really about fostering a community that is welcoming and inclusive. We believe in the Notre Dame family a lot,” he said. “We’re seeking a Notre Dame that fosters and develops habits of the mind, body and spirit.” First priority: Masi said his first plan of action is to ensure his team within student government is cohesive and efficient. “The first priority I think takes place before we get into office,” Masi said. “It’s about putting together a team and uniting the Student Union,” Masi said. “By putting together the team that can accomplish the vision that we set out here.” Top priority: Scanlan said the ticket’s most important goal is also the one they are most passionate about. “I think our social justice forum which we have planned is absolutely one of the more time-intensive things,” Scanlan said. “That brings students into an academic setting where they can truly present what they’ve been working on. Students here at Notre Dame and across the area are very passionate about what they do [addressing social concerns] and we want to give them a formal opportunity to present that.” Best idea: The Intercollegiate Forum on Social Justice is intended to bring students from other colleges to campus for student-led presentations on social concerns projects. If instituted, this could be a meaningful opportunity for connecting like-minded students and facilitating collaboration across universities. Worst idea: Potentially establishing freshmen sections within dorms. Most feasible: Individual student tickets to basketball games, Domer Dollars in dorm restaurants. Least feasible: Guaranteed housing for transfer students, additional chain restaurants on campus. Residence halls are dealing with forced triples as it is, and bringing restaurants on campus often takes years. Notable quote: “It’s a comprehensive vision [and we have] all the experience to do it. We want to come together as one family with one mission and create one Notre Dame and be united, inclusive and supportive.” – Masi Fun facts: Masi is from Greeley, Colo., described in a “South Park” episode as the exact opposite of Hawaii and referenced in “Fast Food Nation,” which claims you can smell the town before you can see it. Scanlan is from New Orleans and had never missed Mardi Gras before coming to Notre Dame. Bottom line: The Masi-Scalan ticket has by far the most experience within student government. If elected, the duo would likely hit the ground running. While many of their goals are lofty and broad, much of their platform is rooted in specific and achievable policies.last_img read more

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first_imgAreas of Donegal are without electricity this afternoon due to disruptive weather.The severe weather has affected power supplies at almost 2500 homes in areas surrounding Milford.Power outages have been reported in these areas and the ESB have said they are currently working to repair the faults. It is expected that power may not return until later this afternoon.The estimated repair completion time is 5.45pm on Sunday 10th March.More updates to come as the bad weather continues to affect the north-west.Blustery weather causes power cuts across Donegal was last modified: March 12th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:ESB Networkspower cutpower faultlast_img read more

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first_imgThe Letterkenny Institute of Technology annual Student Achievement Awards evening took place on Thursday in the Radisson Blu Hotel.It was an evening of style, glitz and glamour all around, as over 230 students and staff gathered to recognise and celebrate the achievements of this year’s clubs and societies at LYIT.Among the awards presented were; Most Outstanding Club Member, Leadership Award, Best Society and the Civic, Charity & Community Engagement Award. This year also saw the introduction of three new awards; Best Poster, Best Photograph and Best Promotional Video – all of which had a high volume of entries.The competition for all award categories this year was extremely strong and this posed some tough decision making for the selection committee in choosing the winners.Eamon McGee, 2012 All Ireland medal winner with Donegal and current Gweedore player, who was the guest speaker on the night, presented the seven Clubs & Societies Awards.In his address, Eamon reflected on his college years, having won two Sigerson medals. Eamon also highlighted the importance of establishing the proper study and social balance and encouraged the students present to pursue their ambitions while mindfully learning from the experience of their peers.  Eamon also emphasised the importance of the contribution that clubs and societies make to college life in terms of personal development and wellbeing.Clubs & Societies Scholarships were also presented to nine successful candidates.  The winners were selected from a large pool of applicants and a diverse range of clubs and societies.Each of the winners, received monetary awards in recognition of their achievements.Paul Hannigan, LYIT President, presented the scholarships to the winning students and complimented all clubs and societies on the significant contribution they have made to campus life.  Paul also welcomed how the institute has continued to embrace cultural diversity in line with the significant increase in international students choosing LYIT as a place to further their studies.The award winners on the night were as follows:  Clubs & Societies Awards Winners Leadership Award 2019 – Annie Carr, Gaisce Society.Award for Civic, Charity & Community Engagement 2019 – International Society.Most Outstanding Club Member 2019 – Edward Ng, Malaysian Society.Best Society 2019 – Malaysian Society.Best Society Photograph 2019 – African Society.Best Society Poster 2019 – Badminton Society.Best Society Promotional Video 2019 – Malaysian Society. Scholarship Winners Amira Adila Amiran, International SocietyAnnie Carr, Gaisce SocietyOluwatosin Edunjobi, Christian Union & Public Speaking SocietyJo Ezer Lau, Ultimate Frisbee ClubFlorian Moss, Badminton SocietyEmily McTigue, Wellbeing SocietyEdward Ng, Malaysian Students SocietyRoyce Rui Tze Tan, Ultimate Frisbee, Malaysian & Badminton SocietiesLukas Vymlatil, International SocietySports Awards WinnersMichael Langan (GAA Men), Individual Sports Star AwardVictoria Kelly (GAA Ladies), Special Recognition in Sport AwardGAA Men’s Team, Team of the YearThe winner of the Most Outstanding Club Member; Edward Ng and the winner of the Best Society Promotional Video; the Malaysian Students Society, will now go on to represent Letterkenny Institute of Technology at the National BICS (Board of Irish Colleges) Awards which are taking place in Athlone on Thursday 11th April. Members of the Lyit International Society who won the Award for Civic, Charity & Community Engagement 2019 at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services ,Paddy Gallagher Lyit Student Union Officer ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents Victoria Kelly (GAA Ladies), with the Special Recognition in Sport Award at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Royce Rui Tze Tan, Ultimate Frisbee, Malaysian & Badminton Societies at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Best Society Photograph 2019 Award to the African Society . Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Best Society Promotional Video 2019 to the Malaysian Society . Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Florian Moss, Badminton Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Edward Ng, Malaysian Students Societyat the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present Most Outstanding Club Member 2019 to Edward Ng, Malaysian Society . Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Oluwatosin Edunjobi, Christian Union & Public Speaking Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMembers of the Lyit Africian Society pictured at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services , ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Leadership Award 2019 to Annie Carr, Gaisce Society. Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents Michael Langan (GAA Men), with the Individual Sports Star Award at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a GAA Men’s Team, Team of the Year to team captain Callum Gallagher at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Lukas Vymlatil, International Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present Award for Civic, Charity & Community Engagement 2019 to Lukas Vymlatil, International Society. Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Best Society Poster 2019 to the Badminton Society . Photo by Gerard McHughLyit Gaa team & Management team pictured after receiving their Trench Cup winners medals at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services ,Paddy Gallagher Lyit Student Union Officer .Photo by Gerard McHughMembers of the Lyit Badminton Society pictured at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services , ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Annie Carr, Gaisce Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Emily McTigue, Wellbeing Societyat the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMembers of the Lyit Malaysian Society pictured at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services , ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Jo Ezer Lau, Ultimate Frisbee Club at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughPicture special: LYIT Student Achievement Awards was last modified: April 8th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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)last_img read more

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first_imgSebastian Polter’s early goal gave QPR the lead at Deepdale.The German striker, left unmarked at the far post, headed home Alejandro Faurlin’s fifth-minute corner.Rangers have since defended well, although Jordan Hugill had a chance to equalise when he headed over from Greg Cunningham’s cross.And Polter almost forced a second goal when he beat shaky keeper Anders Lindegaard in the air to get his head to Karl Henry’s hanging cross, but the loose ball fell kindly for Preston.Jamie Mackie returned to the QPR starting line-up, coming in for Matt Phillips, while Grant Hall is on the substitutes’ bench having recovered from a foot injury.QPR: Smithies, Onuoha, Angella, Hill, Perch, Faurlin, Henry, Mackie, Chery, Hoilett, Polter.Subs: Ingram, Hall, Tozser, El Khayati, Washington, Luongo, Petrasso.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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first_img13 November 2013 The Department of Trade and Industry opened a new ICT business incubator in Johannesburg on Monday as part of a “bold, imaginative and effective” government strategy to put South Africa’s young people to work and pull them into the economy. The Micro Enterprise Development Organisation (MEDO) Youth ICT Incubator was officially launched in the Maboneng Precinct in Johannesburg, along with the government’s Youth Enterprise Development Strategy. Speaking at the launch, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said “a package of measures” was needed to tackle unemployment, which is estimated to be around 25% of the economically active population between the ages of 15 and 60. He said about one-third of businesses in South Africa were owned by people aged 35 or under, with about two-thirds of young entrepreneurs being self-taught. Davies said that through the Youth Enterprise Development Strategy his department hoped to increase the percentage of youth-managed start-up businesses in South Africa from 5% to 50%. A youth entrepreneurship collateral fund is to be established to provide a non-refundable one-off grant to enable young entrepreneurs to start a business. “We are trying to bring a major change in how business is being done in South Africa,” Davies said. “We want to create an environment where local small suppliers can be so well capacitated that they would be able to supply our private sector, doing away with their dependence on imported goods. “The ultimate goal is to see our entrepreneurs producing value-added products that would compete with the import influx.” The incubator is one of 30 supported by the Department of Trade and Industry’s Incubation Support Programme, which aims to encourage the growth of youth enterprises and provide the required skills to entrepreneurs. According to a report in The Times, 10 entrepreneurs from the ICT industry are housed at the facility, with another 180 being assisted by it. Along with a studio that produces internet advertising, there is an IT help desk as well as bookkeeping and legal services and human resources management. Another incubator will be opened in Mpumpalanga province’s mining district early next year, with a further 18 to be established across the country, Judi Sandrock, MEDO’s chief executive, said. Department of Trade and Industry and SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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first_img19 November 2014South Africa has demonstrated its innovative capabilities in the emerging hydrogen and fuel cell technologies space with the launch of a 2.5Kw hydrogen fuel power generator prototype unit at the University of the Western Cape (UWC).The generator was developed by the HySA Systems Integration and Technology Validation Centre of Competence (HySA Systems) and Hot Platinum Pty Ltd, a local company involved in power management and control electronics, with funds from the Department of Science and Technology.The companies have been testing the unit at the Cape Flats Nature Reserve, on the UWC’s Bellville campus, with remarkable results, according to a statement from the DST.The hydrogen fuel cell power generator unit uses hydrogen to generate electrical power, with water vapour the only by-product, which means that electricity can be produced in an environmentally friendly way without pollution or noise.Furthermore, hydrogen can be used to produce electricity in remote areas that do not have access to the national grid.Unveiling the generator on Tuesday, 18 November, Director-General in the DST Dr Phil Mjwara said science, technology and innovation plays a critical role in the development of the country.“We talk a lot about adding value and reducing our carbon footprint, about access for all, creating wealth and developing private/public partnerships. This project shows that we are capable of all these things,’ said Mjwara.The decentralisation of energy generation by using hydrogen fuel cell systems is one of the few possibilities for providing efficient and cost-effective access to electricity.Professor Bruno Pollet, Director of HySA Systems, said in the current climate where South African is facing power challenges, the prototype generator offers solutions. He said the South African government has rolled out several energy and energy-efficiency programmes and initiatives, such as HySA, with an emphasis on alternative energy opportunities and off-grid renewable energy solutions.South Africa is one of the primary suppliers of platinum group metals to the world, but not much beneficiation is being done in the country. However, the rise of hydrogen fuel cell technologies in various markets is about to change the global platinum landscape with the anticipated increase in platinum usage in this emerging market.Pollet said there were significant opportunities for South Africa to partner with international fuel cell producers, and that these partnerships had the potential to make the country an established hub for the production of fuel cell components. SAnews.govlast_img read more

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first_imgWillow FiddlerAPTN NewsThe federal government announced $5.6 million in funding for a crime prevention program for Indigenous students in Thunder Bay on Tuesday.As Willow Fiddler reports, it’s in response to the seven youth inquest [email protected]last_img

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first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, April 13, 2017 – Providenciales – A 30 year old member of the Royal Turks and Caicos police is now formally charged in the Sunny Foods armed robbery of last year almost one year to the day of the brazen crime, where a retired police officer was also shot while on security duty for the grocery store.Clarry Morency was slammed with conspiracy to rob in the Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday (April 11) and was granted bail.  Morency, who claims he is innocent, was not allowed to enter a plea and must return to court for a sufficiency hearing on July 7, 2017.   Some believe the officer was set up.   Morency is on suspended duty.#MagneticMediaNews#officerchargedinApril2016robbery#Policechargedinarmedrobbery Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #officerchargedinApril2016robbery, #Policechargedinarmedrobbery Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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