A number of Notre Dame students spent their summers not sitting by the pool but serving around the country in the Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP) through the Center for Social Concerns (CSC). The SSLP program assigns students to “multiple agencies across the United States, reaching out in multiple ways to people in need,” according to the CSC website. Sophomore Will Raaf said he worked with the homeless during his SSLP experience at the Hesed House in Aurora, Ill. “During the day, [the other volunteers and I] moved the entire homeless shelter across the street to accommodate shelter renovations that were in progress,” Raaf said. “At night, we spoke with the guests, served them food and prepared them for bed.” As he volunteered close to his hometown, Raaf said the SSLP experience was transformative for him. “I grew restless as a result of my SSLP experience,” he said. “After experiencing poverty in an area only 20 minutes from my home, my eyes were opened to the immediacy of poverty.” Part of Raaf’s work was to assist with programs for resident development at the Hesed House, a resource center and shelter dedicated to ending homelessness, sponsored programs for resident development. “I participated in a morning running club three times a week [with the residents of the Hesed House],” Raaf said. “The opportunity to do so was a pleasant surprise that extended the SSLP experience in an impactful way.” Sophomore Holly O’Hara said she assisted women and children in a variety of ways throughout her two-month stint at the Shalom House in Harrisburg, Pa. “I worked as a summer intern, so I worked on whatever the daily manager needed done on a specific day,” O’Hara said. “On one occasion, I painted a fence around the house, and on another day I escorted the children who were living in the house to the park to play.” O’Hara said shared meals allowed her to cultivate relationships with the women she lived with at the Shalom House. “Every night [at the Shalom House,] a different woman takes a turn in making dinner for everyone living within the household,” she said. “Dinners were a great opportunity to get to know everyone.” O’Hara said her time with the women and children at the Shalom House shaped her future plans. “This school year I will apply for the spring mission trip to Appalachia and also try to volunteer at the Center for the Homeless once a week,” she said. “I am also planning on applying for an [International Summer Service Learning Program (ISSLP)] for next summer in Nepal.” Sophomore Peter Hall said interaction with volunteers and residents within the service location was a large part of his SSLP experience at De La Salle Middle School in St. Louis,iMo. “I lived in an on-site house called the Claver House, which housed a group of people who lived together and whose goal is to grow in their faith while they do work in the community,” he said. “After sharing a house with seven people, I developed close friendships with everyone in the household.” Hall said his volunteer experience broadened his worldview. “I have much more awareness of the social problems within the United States after my work with middle school students in St. Louis,” he said. “It forced me out of my bubble.” Hall said he would highly encourage any Notre Dame student to apply for an SSLP or ISSLP for next summer. “My SSLP was a fantastic experience, and I believe that anyone else at Notre Dame who is considering applying for the program definitely should,” he said. “It was one of the best experiences of my life.”
The 24-year-old, who signed from Middlesbrough in the summer of 2018, has scored four Premier League goals and won admirers for his direct style of play in attack. With clubs reluctant to spend big in January, Wolves are wary of interest in one of their prized assets this summer, as the top European clubs move for attacking players with bags of potential. As reported by The Telegraph, Leroy Sane, Kingsley Coman and Hwang Hee-chan are other players who are in the shop window and are all three are being linked with big-money moves. Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha is another player who could leave his current club, as well as Brentford forward Said Benrahma. Traore has been a breakthrough star this season, with his electric pace coupled this campaign with an end product as he aids Wolves’ charge towards the top four in the Premier League.Advertisement Promoted ContentTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe Best Cars Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Ever Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian He has been in England for over five years since joining Aston Villa in 2015, but the Wolves winger now seems to be fulfilling his potential. Sane, meanwhile, has been out of action with an anterior cruciate injury since the Community Shield in August. Despite his long-term absence, he is due to return to action within the next month but continues to be linked with a move away from the Etihad, with Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich known admirers. The other Premier League player who may choose this summer to leave is Palace’s Zaha, who previously had an difficult spell at Manchester United. Read Also:Real Madrid, Man City target Adama Traore The 27-year-old continues to be linked with a move away from Selhurst Park, with fellow Londoners Chelsea holding an interest in the player. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Wolves are braced for suitors chasing winger Adama Traore after the Ivorian’s explosive run of form in the Premier League. Loading…
PANTHERS Rugby Club came out winners 12-7 over Trinidad Northern Rugby Club after 14 minutes of intense battle, to win this year’s STAG Beer Guyana Carnival 7s tournament on Sunday evening at the National Park.The scores were level, 7-7, at halftime and based on the relentless defending by the two sides, the game seemed set to go into extra time.However, Osie McKenzie made a blistering run down the middle to score what would be the winning try of the game.Jamal Angus had scored the first try which was converted by Godfrey Broomes.The visitors quickly responded with a breakaway of their own with Davel Scott making the try which was brilliantly converted by Sebastian Navarro.Northern had trounced Panthers 22-7 during the preliminary stages and knocked out defending champions Pepsi Hornets via a 14-0 rout.Panthers drew 12-12 with Yamaha Caribs in the first match and got convincing victories over Hornets (14-12) and Police (29-7).Panthers captain Rondell McArthur said they were overjoyed with the victory, especially after bouncing back from a tough defeat to Northern.Journalist Rawle Toney, chief organiser of the event, expressed great delight at the high level of play. He strongly believes the one-day event gave the national selection panel an overview of possible options for the Olympic Qualifiers for Cayman Islands in July.Toney also brought broader smiles to players by stating the first-place prize will move to US$5000 next year, making it the most lucrative tournament in the Caribbean.“Let me say this now; Guyana Carnival Rugby Sevens will be $1M (US$5000). I am putting that out there because we have the support of our sponsors. This year’s tournament, as it is, recognised as the second largest prize money for rugby in the Caribbean and next year we will supersede that of any tournament in the Caribbean,” he fervently stated.Apart from Ansa McAL Trading Limited through the STAG Beer brand, Guyana Lottery Company’s Let’s Bet Sports and Ramps Logistics were the other partners. (Information extracted from the Newsroom).
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 25, 2018 at 4:16 pm Contact Anthony: email@example.com Syracuse (8-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) earned its second consecutive road victory in as many days Sunday morning when the Orange defeated Harvard (4-6, 0-0 Ivy League) 6-1. The win marks five-straight wins for SU. The Orange came out firing to the tune of 6-1 wins at first and second doubles. Gabriela Knutson and Miranda Ramirez continued their unbeaten record together this season at first doubles, earning their sixth win as a pair in the doubles competition. At second doubles, Sofya Golubovskaya and Anna Shkudun improved their record as a team to 6-1 on the year.With a point already in hand, Syracuse continued its solid play into singles. No. 18 Knutson battled through a tight first set to eventually win 7-6, 6-1 over Erica Oosterhout at first singles.At third singles, Golubovskaya battled through the peaks and valleys of her game when she overcame a tough 6-4 second set loss to win in the third set. She improved her singles record to 6-1 on the season.Harvard earned its lone point at fourth singles, as Dina Hegab dropped her second consecutive match of the weekend after a 6-0 start to the season. Natasha Gonzalez of Harvard defeated Hegab 6-4, 7-6.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith two wins under its belt in this five-game road stretch, the Orange will now travel to Virginia Tech next Friday as the Orange reaches the bulk of its ACC schedule. Comments
In order to maintain high water quality in the county’s water distribution system, the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department (PBCWUD) will temporarily modify the disinfection process used to treat drinking water from Monday, November 27 through Saturday, December 23.Stronger disinfectantPBCWUD will use a stronger disinfectant process to produce chlorine residual instead of a chloramine residual during the preventive maintenance process. Customers served by PBCWUD may notice a slight chlorine taste or odor in their tap water during this period. These temporary conditions will not cause any adverse health effects.Those who are especially sensitive to the taste or odor of chlorine can keep an open container of drinking water in their refrigerators for a few hours to allow the chlorine to dissipate.Seek professional adviceUsers of home dialysis machines, owners of tropical fish, and managers of stores and restaurants with fish and shellfish holding tanks are advised to seek professional advice as the method of removing chlorine residuals differs from removing chloramine residuals from tap water.Anyone needing more information on this change in the water treatment process may call the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department at (561) 740-4600, option #1.To find the most up-to-date information concerning the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department water distribution and wastewater collection systems, follow the department on Facebook and Twitter @PBCWUD.For more on Palm Beach County initiatives, click the link: PBC launches challenge to end homeless youth
Allen Hurns will play with his third team in as many seasons after the Cowboys release the veteran receiver later this week.According to ESPN, Dallas hoped to keep Hurns at a smaller price tag than what he was due in the final season of the two-year, $12 million deal he signed with the team last offseason. However, Hurns wanted to see what he could get on the open market, prompting his release. Interest in Hurns from other teams will rely heavily on his health after he suffered a gruesome ankle injury in the Cowboys’ 24-22 win over the Seahawks in the wild-card round of last season’s playoffs. Dak Prescott ‘the first guy’ Cowboys want to get under contract, report says NFL rumors: Bengals lock up Tyler Boyd with $43M extension Hurns participated in drills at Dallas minicamp last month and figured he was 90 percent back from a broken fibula and dislocated ankle. Related News “My main thing is to get healthy, put together a great training camp and go from there,” Hurns said (via the Dallas Morning News).Hurns had 20 catches for 295 yards and two touchdowns last season. He went undrafted in 2014 before catching on with the Jaguars, where he spent four seasons and caught 21 touchdowns. Tyreek Hill update: Kansas DA refused NFL’s request for information in child abuse allegations