In an effort to raise awareness about underrepresented societal issues at the College, the Justice Education Program will host a symposium on health care justice featuring speeches from advocates and practitioners this Thursday at Rice Commons.The Justice Education Program’s student advisory committee organized this event to inform students about health care disparities in the United States, committee member and junior Maranda Pennington said.Lauren Weldon Pennington said she encourages people to attend Thursday’s talks to gain valuable and applicable information about a pertinent topic.“If more people are aware of the injustices that occur in our society, more can be done to fix them,” Pennington said. “Health care injustices are even more important because a lot of times it can lead to life-or-death situations. Also, it is so important for individuals to know resources and preventive measures so they can lead healthy lives.”Sophomore Morgan Matthews, a member of the advisory committee, said the symposium will provide people with the opportunity to hear from skilled presenters with various experiences.“Students need to take advantage of the chance to hear this information from professionals,” Matthews said. “These people know what they’re talking about. They can reassure us that there are answers to our questions.”Students can take away relevant advice from each talk as they increase their understanding of a universal issue, Matthews said.“Everybody deals with health care,” Matthews said. “It’s a topic that pertains to all citizens, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or background. It’s good to know about, especially as college students, who will need to use this information as we grow older.”Matthews said students should consider planning for their futures as they absorb this new information.“Right now, we can hear from primary sources about this important topic,” Matthews said. “One day, you’ll have to worry about yourself and your family. People should recognize that it’s not something that you can keep putting off or delaying. A discussion of health care is necessary not only as we grow older but also now, at this age.”The symposium will demonstrate that connections exist between justice and health, two topics that people may not normally associate, Matthews said.“When you look at the inequalities in health, you realize that you want to do something about [it],” Matthews said. “You want to make that change. You want to work toward improving those conditions.”The symposium contributes to the community aspect of Saint Mary’s, Matthews said, because knowledgeable students can unite as they work on this issue.“Students should realize what exactly they are getting themselves into,” Matthews said. “Health care is often debated, and we want students to be informed when they approach this topic.”The Justice Education Program’s student advisory committee centered this year’s symposium around health care because it finds value in informing students of problems they may encounter in real life, Matthews said.“Through giving people this convenient way to learn more about health, we can lay out the facts and prepare them,” Matthews said. “Experts are ready to talk, and students should be ready to listen. Things are changing, and we need to be prepared.”Tags: Health care, Justice Education Program, SMC
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享ReNews.biz:Duke Energy has filed locations of three new solar power plants it is developing in Florida, totaling 232MW. All three plants are expected to be finished in late 2021.The Duette solar power plant will be built in Manatee County. Once operational, the 74.5MW facility will consist of approximately 227,000 single-axis tracking solar panels, producing electricity at an estimated cost of $0.42 (€0.38) per 1000 kilowatt-hours (kWh).The Charlie Creek solar power plant will be built in Hardee County. The 74.9MW facility will consist of approximately 235,000 single-axis tracking solar panels, producing electricity at an estimated cost of $0.39 per 1000kWh.The 79.9MW Archer solar power plant will consist of approximately 220,000 single-axis tracking solar panels and will produce electricity at an estimated cost of $0.32 per 1000kWh.Duke Energy Florida currently has more than 500MW of solar generation under construction or in operation, excluding Duette, Charlie Creek and Archer.The company is investing an estimated $1bn to construct or acquire a total of 700MW of solar power facilities from 2018 through 2022 in Florida and is planning to reach a total of almost 1700 MW of solar generation over the next 10 years.More: Duke Energy commits to 232MW Florida solar Duke Energy says new projects will push company’s solar capacity in Florida above 700MW
18SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The weather is finally warming up in Washington, and for me, that means more time spent outside. I love the outdoors, whether hiking or taking a ride on my Harley.When I’m on my own in the outdoors, I can recharge and think without being interrupted. A recent post on Entrepreneur by emotional intelligence expert Travis Bradberry says that solitude is good for your mental and emotional well-being. “To get the most out of life, you must learn to enjoy spending time alone,” he writes.Bradberry lists seven benefits of solitude:You recuperate and recharge.You can do what you want.You learn to trust yourself.It increases your emotional intelligence.It boosts your self-esteem.You appreciate other people more.You get more done.I’ve spent a fair amount of time on this blog discussing emotional intelligence (No. 4 on Bradberry’s list). It is an important tenet of being a good leader; recognizing and understanding our own emotions, and those of others, helps us manage our behaviors and relationships. continue reading »
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A suspect has been arrested for allegedly killing a 39-year-old man in Hempstead five months ago, Nassau County police said.William Lopez, 34, of Hempstead, was charged Friday with second-degree murder.Homicide Squad detectives alleged that Lopez stabbed Rolando Cruz, of Freeport, following an argument outside of El Nuevo bar on Fulton Avenue at 1:10 a.m. Sunday, April 10.The victim died of his injuries at a local hospital.Lopez will be arraigned Saturday at First District Court in Hempstead.
1 min. story About Connatix V67539 Read More Coming Next Ozil was seen shouting ‘Laca’ and gesturing angrily as he walked off the pitch (Amazon)Meanwhile, Ljungberg admits his players looked ‘scared’ after a poor performance in the opening half.Arsenal were trailing at the break after Adam Webster opened the scoring for Brighton. Alexandre Lacazette struck an equaliser after Arsenal made a bright start to the second half but the Gunners faded towards the end of the match and Neal Maupay netted the winner with 10 minutes remaining.‘They look very short on confidence,’ Arsenal’s interim manager said after the match.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘In the first half they were scared to get the ball and a bit scored to move, they were just standing still. That’s something we need to talk about.‘They need to have a win, we need to dig out a win and get them some confidence.‘They can do it because they showed it in the beginning of the second half and they did it really well for 20 minutes.‘It’s hard to say that when you lose at home, but they were very good in that little spell.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal PLAY ‘I don’t mind that actually,’ Adams told Premier League productions.‘There’s a little bit of spirit there. I don’t mind that.‘Maybe he should have done it before the game. Before the game take that attitude on to the pitch.‘The game’s gone now, it’s all over.‘If he’d got the frustration out before the game and say ‘I’m really go and run around and do my stuff today’. He’s frustrated, obviously.’ Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Metro Sport ReporterFriday 6 Dec 2019 1:32 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link162Shares Comment Full Screen by Metro Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Read More SPONSORED Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Ad Skip Advertisement Read More But former Arsenal captain Adams praised Ozil for showing his frustration. / Top articles Mesut Ozil was fuming after Arsenal’s defeat to Brighton (Amazon)Tony Adams has defended Mesut Ozil after the midfielder appeared to launch a rant at Alexandre Lacazette following Arsenal’s defeat to Brighton on Thursday evening.Freddie Ljungberg’s side were beaten 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium, leaving the Swede still searching for his first win since he replaced Unai Emery as interim manager last week.After the full-time whistle following the loss to Brighton, television cameras caught Ozil shouting ‘Laca’ before the midfielder gestured angrily towards Arsenal’s bench.Ozil stormed down the tunnel but continued to look annoyed as he walked past Per Mertesacker, who was standing in the technical area.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Tony Adams defends Mesut Ozil over his rant at Alexandre Lacazette after Arsenal’s defeat to Brighton Read More 1/1 Advertisement Video Settings
BATESVILLE – Police, fire and EMS are on the scene of a motorcycle accident on S.R. 46 and the Pearl Street intersection Tuesday afternoon.It is not initially known if any other vehicles are involved or if the crash resulted in any injuries.Emergency crews were paged out around 4:30 p.m. and the wreck is resulting in traffic tie-ups.Stay tuned to WRBI for new details in this developing story.
“As long as we give him time and that he can have development in front of him, he will be fine.” Everton had come into Sunday’s match looking to extend a seven-match unbeaten Premier League run and follow on from their win over United. “I was extremely pleased with the performance, in the first half we were magnificent and controlled the game, but if you play that well, you need to reflect it in the scoreline and that is our next step,” Martinez said. “We then showed incredible character after they scored, because it would have been easy to feel sorry for ourselves and the goal was a reward for our performance. “We showed we have gotten over that mental block in going away to those teams who are going to be challenging for the title and are being ourselves, which is a massive step towards where we are trying to get.” Following other results on Saturday, which saw Chelsea lose and Manchester City draw, Arsenal were looking to put clear daylight between themselves and the chasing pack. While it was not a maximum point’s haul, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger was nevertheless pleased to have at least maintained momentum ahead of next week’s Champions League trip to Napoli and then the showdown at Manchester City next weekend. He said: “We played against a very good side, in the end we are a bit disappointed to get caught back with a 1-0 result, but overall it’s still a point.” The Gunners boss was, however, somewhat frustrated by Everton’s physical approach. He continued: “When we got out of the pressure and got into the passing, they stopped us every single time with a foul. To just make a foul without being punished by the referee is a huge advantage because after that you play 10 against 10 in one half again.” Wenger hopes his side can maintain their slender advantage, with the visit of Chelsea set for December 23. “As long as we are five points ahead, you cannot rule ourselves out even with the best desire, so let’s keep that cushion,” he said. “It shows you that it will be a tough Premier League and the consistency in the end will be rewarded. “The consistency for us is down to us to keep this attitude until the end of the season.” Everton signed Deulofeu, 19, on a season-long loan from Barcelona and could look to extend his stay on Merseyside. “He has come a long way,” Martinez said in his post-match press conference. “When he arrived in pre-season, I thought it would take him to around February to get used to his role as a team player and the physicality of the Premier League. “He has surprised me and everyone that he is ready now and wants to help the team. He is incredibly arrogant in the right way, has belief in himself and his finish against Arsenal was exactly what he deserved.” Martinez added: “We have an agreement that it could be extended an extra year as long as the parent club do not need the player.” The Toffees, who had won at Manchester United in midweek, dominated for large spells at the Emirates Stadium, but fell behind to a Mesut Ozil goal on 80 minutes. However, Martinez’s well-drilled side produced an instant response as substitute Gerard Deulofeu, on loan from Barcelona, equalised. Arsenal almost snatched a dramatic victory in stoppage-time when Olivier Giroud’s 25-yard effort struck the woodwork, but Everton deserved to take something back to Merseyside. Barkley was at the heart of Everton’s forward momentum, and was involved in lifting his side for their deserved equaliser. The 20-year-old has already been drafted into Roy Hodgson’s plans for the World Cup, earning three full international caps. Martinez, though, warned against expecting too much too soon from the Liverpool-born Everton academy graduate, whose talents have been compared to that of Paul Gascoigne. He said: “I have never seen an English player with that sort of mentality. Ross has incredible potential, we need to give him time and accept he is not ready yet, that he will take time, but he has absolutely everything to mark a real era in our (English) football. “Roy Hodgson needs to decide what role he wants for Ross, if any, we have to make sure we give him at least another 50 starts to see his evolution. “Any player with talent needs to develop an understanding to know how to be effective, as a country we need to be a little bit more protective about our youngsters, because if we look after him properly he can give us something unique in English football and to the nation. “He is developing an incredible awareness around him and technically he is someone who you could compare against any other nations, the young Brazilians, Dutch or Spanish players, so he has that gift of talent. Everton manager Roberto Martinez called for England to be patient to allow midfielder Ross Barkley to develop into a unique talent for club and country after helping his side earn a 1-1 draw at Barclays Premier League leaders Arsenal. Press Association
Dwyane Wade, recently retired from the Miami Heat, made a surprise appearance at Sunday’s graduation ceremony at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.Wade, who stepped away from basketball two months ago, has previously shown support to the school in the aftermath of last year’s shooting there.He made another surprise visit to the campus shortly after the massacre, using that occasion to recognize one of the victims, 17-year-old Joaquin “Guac” Oliver, whose favorite basketball player was Wade. Oliver was buried in a Dwyane Wade Heat jersey.The basketball legend explained to the graduates and audience that despite growing up in a rough neighborhood and experiencing professional success, he felt unqualified to help in the days following the massacre because he had not been through such an event.He told the Class of 2019 that in contrast to that, they are a strong group, having pushed through the situation to arrive at this point.
Otherwise, WG controlled most of the contests, including a pair of shutouts by the doubles teams of Angelina Llanos-Katie Viau and Madelyn Chuff-Isabelle Wells. Alyssa Congel and Margaret Mello won 10-3 over Delaney Carroll and Hannah Johnston.After that, Westhill lost, 7-0, to Christian Brothers Academy last Monday, with the closest match in doubles, where Sophie Langdon and Grace Lesselroth fell to Grace Catalano and Maddie Tallman 6-4, 6-3.Then WG returned to SCAC Metro division action and beat Cicero-North Syracuse 6-1 last Tuesday, sweeping all four doubles matches, the closest when Wells and Olivia Grome went three sets to beat Sandy Lin and Lauren Misco 6-0, 6-7, 10-7. Allen lost in singles, but Viau rolled past Krista Feeney 6-1, 6-4 and Llanos had a 6-2, 6-1 win over Cambrie Hibbard.A big Friday match pitted WG against Baldwinsville, but like their Sept. 3 encounter the Wildcats lost, 5-2, both points coming from straight-set doubles victories by Llanos-Viau and Chuff-Wells. Congel, Allen and Lowry all dropped their singles matches.Skaneateles offered a stiff challenge to undefeated Christian Brothers Academy last Tuesday afternoon, but fell two sets shorts of upending the Brothers as the Lakers took a 5-2 defeat.A singles point was earned by Lily Miller when she beat Ellie Mancini 6-2, 6-0. And in doubles, Ella Danforth and Emma Miller rallied for a thrilling 3-6, 6-4, 7-5 win over Grace Catalano and Grace DelPino.With Kenna Ellis and Isabella Kroon falling in singles, the doubles matches proved pivotal. In three sets, Sofia Capozza and Sophia Soderberg lost to Lily Geneocco and Maddie Tallman 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 as Rachel Hackler and Kelsey Rutledge also went to three sets, taking a 6-4, 2-6, 10-7 defeat to Sophie Schultz and Schutie Zirath.Quickly rebounding, Skaneateles shut out Mexico 7-0 on Thursday, but it wasn’t that easy. Kroon had to come from behind in singles to beat the Tigers’ Juliana Smith 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, with Meg Benedict and Olivia Walker having to do the same in doubles to get a 5-7, 6-2, 10-2 win over Amita Druce and Shelby Schumacher.Jordan-Elbridge could not get a point from Chittenango in a 7-0 defeat last Tuesday, Anisa Bort in the closest of the seven matches for the Eagles as she lost, 7-5, 6-1, to the Bears’ Anna Rooney.But the Eagles turned it around on Thursday, defeating Homer 4-3 as Bort got the only singles point J-E needed when she beat Marlena Kruman 7-6, 6-3.In doubles, Delaney Dunham and Meghan Whalen won 6-4, 6-2 over Sienna Haskins and Allison Thompson. Lexi Delfavero an d Maddie Green won 6-1, 6-2 over Brynne Peck and Abby McLaughlin as Gabrielle Skotinski and Katelyn Precourt handled Charlote Wallis and Natalie Brown 6-0, 6-0.J-E won again over Phoenix 4-3 on Friday by concentrating on doubles. The teams of Bort-Whalen, Delfavero-Green, Precourt-Skotinski and Skylar Crysler-Hayley Holland each won in straight sets as Maria LaFleur, in singles, lost, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3, to Katelyn Carbonaro.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Just as it had done throughout September, the Marcellus girls tennis team relied on its consistency and depth to turn back challenges from OHSL Liberty division foes.And that included the Mustangs’ neighbors as it faced Westhill last Wednesday afternoon and roared to a 7-0 victory over the Warriors.Danielle Copp set the tone in singles with a 6-0, 6-0 romp over Katie Hagrman. Kathleen DeMarle nearly did the same beating Mikayla Carroll 6-0, 6-1, while Sophia Shaw got through a first-set tie-breaker to beat Sophie Langdon 7-6, 6-1. In doubles, Casey Conklin and Maddie Vetsch had the closest of the four matches, working past Isabel Dickinson-Cominolli and Kaley Richmond 6-3, 6-4. The Mustangs’ teams of Elaina Mahoney-Megan Mitchell, Kaitlyn Kemp-Morgan Walsh and Bella Clarke-Isabella Demeis dropped just four games in six combined sets.Marcellus won 6-1, over Phoenix last Monday afternoon, with Marsh beating Mia Graham 6-2, 6-0 and Shaw handling Katelyn Carbonaro 6-4, 6-2. Another doubles sweep involved just seven dropped games.West Genesee went head-to-head with Westhill on Sept. 13, and the Wildcats won 7-0 in single-set matches, including singles classics where Sophia Lowry edged Sophia Frost 11-10 and Angelina Allen beat Katie Hagrman by that same score. Tags: girls tennisJ-EMarcellusskaneatelesWest Genesee
In the best local girls volleyball match last week, Marcellus battled with Solvay Thursday into a fifth sets before the Mustangs were able to subdue the Bearcats.Solvay claimed the opener 25-16, then Marcellus dominated the second set 25-8. Another split followed, with the two sides exchanging 25-18 wins before a final set where the Bearcats hung close, but the Mustangs pulled it out 25-21.Bronte Stahl finished with 10 kills, 11 assists and five digs to pace Marcellus. Elaine Grattan had eight kills and seven digs. Jenna Mattison had 12 assists, with Evelyn Webster getting 18 digs as Anna Fern gained six kills and three blocks. Before this, the Mustangs rolled past Mexico 25-9, 25-13, 25-20 last Tuesday, with Stahl earning four aces, four kills and eight assists. Mattison also had four aces to go with 12 assists as Webster had 11 digs.Solvay swept Phoenix 25-16, 25-19, 25-16 that same night, with Sophia Guadganolo getting 10 assists and seven aces. Emily Britton added four aces as Anastasia LaFlair got four kills and Jordan Bamba had eight digs.Skaneateles continued its solid season in last Tuesday’s trip to Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, where the Lakers tore past the Rebels 25-7, 25-11, 25-20. Maeve Canty set the tone with six aces, earned nine kills and got two blocks and five digs, too. Lily Delasin had 13 assists as Grace Congel also got six aces, with Emma Keady earning five digs and Stella Zang earning three kills.Moving to 12-1 on the season Thursday night, the Lakers hosted Jordan-Elbridge. After dropping the first set 25-16, the Eagles won the second set 25-21 before Skaneateles claimed the third set 25-14.J-E was two points from forcing a final set before the Lakers won the fourth 26-24 to escape, having seen Maeve Canty gain 23 kills, six aces and 11 digs as Emma Miller finished with seven aces and nine digs.Strong on defense, the Eagles got 18 digs from Elizabeth Bartoszewski and Ranait McGuire, with Ashlee Eaton getting 15 digs as Sarah Lane had 10 assists and Eaton produced four killsFresh off a Bronze division title at the Sept. 28 Baldwinsville Fall Swing Tournament, Westhill returned to the OHSL Liberty division and claimed a pair of matches in straight sets.Of the two, the second was supposed to be a lot tougher, the Warriors challenged by 10-2 Homer last Thursday night, but the Warriors never let the Trojans get too close, prevailing in three sets 25-17, 25-18, 25-20.Sara Galante earned 16 kills, 12 digs, three blocks and two aces. Kate Heinrich added eight kills as Sarah Schwartz got 26 assists and three aces, while Gianna Militi, in addition to her 13 digs, earned five aces. Jaida Welch had seven digs and four aces.Prior to that, Westhill swept past Oswego 25-15, 25-15, 25-20 last Monday as Schwartz earned 23 assists, while Militi had 14 digs and five aces. Galante got 10 kills, with Heinrich and Grace O’Connell earning four kills apiece.Earlier in the week, J-E met Living Word Academy and it went to five sets. The Eagles were handled 25-15 and 25-12 in the first two sets,but fought back to win the next two sets 25-18 and 25-16.And J-E nearly completed the comeback before the Lions held them off 25-23 in the final set. Still, McGuire earned seven kills, with Lane getting 12 assists and Bartoszewski getting eight digs. Paige Lane served up six aces.A day later, the Eagles fell in three sets to Cazenovia 25-11, 25-17, 25-22, with Bartoszewski earning 15 digs and Paige Lane eight digs as Eaton got four kills and five digs. Sarah Lane had five aces and five kills.West Genesee got a 25-12, 25-20, 25-12 victory over Nottingham last Tuesday. Anna Snyder and Margaret Clancy both earned five aces, Clancy adding 12 assists and five digs. Julia Quirk had nine kills, while Isabella Allen gained seven kills and Mia Lamanna five kills.Two nights later, WG was close in both of the first two sets against Cicero-North Syracuse, but still lost 25-22, 25-23, 25-19 to the Northstars.Allen had eight kills, with Phoebe Anderson getting seven kills. Snyder produced 16 assists and eight digs, with Allen getting 11 digs and Megan Winn finishing with 10 digs.Bishop Ludden got swept last Tuesday by LaFayette in three sets. Jasmine Cuffee earned 10 digs and Kate Ruddy added 10 assists as Megan Virkler got seven kills and Jayden Burney earned five kills.But the Gaelic Knights turned around Thursday and earned a 26-24, 26-24, 25-21 win over Syracuse Academy of Science, claiming all of the tough points as Virkler got 11 kills and Burney added six kills. Ruddy earned 24 assists.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: J-EMarcellusSolvayvolleyballWest GeneseeWesthill