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first_img“What’s your middle name?” big Lavelle asked little Lavelle, just to make sure they weren’t actually the same person.The two Roses parted with a high five and a laugh.We may have just seen the Rose Lavelle who’ll star in the 2031 Women’s World Cup. How often do you come face-to-face with … yourself?That’s what happened Saturday when U.S. women’s national team star Rose Lavelle met a young fan of the same name.  In a meet-and-greet post match between Lavelle’s Washington Spirit and the Houston Dash, the USWNT forward met a young Rose Lavelle, and she could not believe it.. @roselavelle meets Rose Lavelle and, well, it’s the cutest thing you’ll see this morning 😇 pic.twitter.com/t5pmdpovLp— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) July 22, 2019The next Rose Lavelle… no literally she’s also named Rose Lavelle. @WashSpirit @USWNT @roselavelle pic.twitter.com/C0Yne7Nabl— Anna Witte (@AnnaWitte_) July 21, 2019″Yeah, we thought we were giving her a super unique name,” seven-year-old Rose Lavelle’s father can be heard saying to 24-year-old Rose Lavelle. Signing the young fan’s jersey, Lavelle was so stunned throughout the interaction.last_img read more

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first_imgPembroke Pines and Miramar police are investigating an early morning small plane crash that has closed a roadway in Miramar.Officials say the crash took place on Pembroke Road just east of Hiatus Road around 9 a.m., with the plane crashing near a Chase Bank branch.Investigators have not released any information on how many people were in the plane or their conditions. The plane was reportedly taking part in a training exercise for Wayman Aviation Academy out of nearby North Perry Airport.last_img read more

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first_imgFacebook8Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversitySaint Martin’s University Board of Trustees has announced that Kathleen “Kate” Boyle, Ph.D., will be the new provost and vice president of academic affairs. Since July 2018, Boyle has served as interim provost and vice president for academic affairs. Previously, she was the dean of the College of Education and Counseling, a position she had held since fall 2016.Kathleen Boyle, Ph.D., will be the new provost and vice president of academic affairs. Photo courtesy: Saint Martin’s University“Dr. Boyle has made an excellent interim provost here at Saint Martin’s. We are all pleased to see her continue in this role with the support of the faculty and administration,” said Saint Martin’s University President Roy F. Heynderickx, Ph.D. “She is eminently qualified and I look forward to working with her.”As provost and vice president of academic affairs, Boyle will be responsible for supporting and enhancing Saint Martin’s academic mission and vision, developing and maintaining open and collaborative relationships with the faculty, ensuring faculty development and support, working with the president, vice presidents and Board of Trustees and building internal and external partnerships. The deans of the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, the Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering, the College of Education and Counseling and O’Grady Library report to Boyle, as well as offices including Saint Martin’s University – Joint Base Lewis-McChord Campuses, University Registrar, Institutional Research and the Office of International Programs and Development.“I am humbled and honored to serve in this leadership role at Saint Martin’s University. I appreciate the trust and appreciation for what I bring to this vital role expressed through the support of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Heynderickx and the faculty,” said Boyle.Before coming to Saint Martin’s, Boyle was at the University of St. Thomas, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she was chair of the department of leadership, policy and administration, an interdisciplinary academic department that served around 600 students each year in 15 degree programs and in licensure and certificate programs.At St. Thomas, she also taught in the leadership doctoral program and directed its Master of Arts in Leadership in Student Affairs Program. Prior to her post at St. Thomas, she was a visiting assistant professor in educational leadership and policy studies and coordinator of master’s programs in higher education and student affairs at Indiana University.Boyle’s first professional post in higher education was as a residence hall director at St. Norbert College in DePere, Wisconsin, where she had earlier earned her undergraduate degree in psychology. Positions at Mankato State University, Marquette University and the Indiana University of Pennsylvania developed her interest in student affairs and higher education.Boyle earned her master’s degree in counseling and student personnel from Minnesota State University – Mankato with an emphasis on college student development. Her doctorate in higher education administration within educational leadership and policy studies was granted from Indiana University – Bloomington. She has completed numerous publications and presentations in her field and has received many awards.Saint Martin’s University is an independent, four-year, coeducational university located on a wooded campus of more than 300 acres in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895 by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one of 13 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky Mountains. Saint Martin’s University prepares students for successful lives through its 26 majors and ten graduate programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education, nursing and engineering. Saint Martin’s welcomes more than 1,300 undergraduate students and 250 graduate students from many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its Lacey campus, and more students to its extended campus located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Visit the Saint Martin’s University website at www.stmartin.edu.last_img read more

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first_imgFOLLOWING last Saturday’s start of the 2016 athletics season with the Purewater/JC Invitational and the Herbert Morrison First Chance meets, action will switch to three venues today, with all three meets starting at 8:30 a.m.In the Corporate Area, the National Stadium will play host to the Douglas Forrest Invitational, while in central Jamaica, Manchester High will host the Charlie Fuller Field Events. The JAAA/Puma Development meet will take place at nearby Windalco, Kirkvine.All three meets will be used as qualifiers for the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships to be held between March 15-19 at the National Stadium and action is expected to move into another gear today as all three meets are expected to be well represented, with the top high school teams to be on show.At Manchester High, all the throwing events will be contested. At the Douglas Forrest meet, there will be both track and field events, with the track events being the 200m, 800m, 1500m, 400m hurdles with the high, long, and triple jumps being contested in the field.Over at Windalco, there will be no field events, but the scheduled 200m, 400m, 800m and 4x800m relays are sure to excite.last_img read more

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first_imgDonegal North East TD Padraig MacLochlainn was the star of the Late Late Show tonight….leading an Oireachtas team in a new song tipped to be a Christmas No1!Padraig joined other members of the Oireachtas and set aside all political differences to sing their version of Simon & Garfunkel’s classic ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters’ for Ryan Tubridy and his guests…including One Direction!And the Inishowen politician sang the first solo for the show…and did well! He joked to donegaldaily.com afterwards: “Paul Simon will be meeting with his solicitors after that!”All proceeds from the song will go to the suicide crisis centre Pieta House, with bookies already predicting that it will take on this year’s X Factor for the number 1 slot!The Dublin Gospel Choir and the Lucan Gospel Choir were on hand to provide, well, a bit of professional harmony.Bridge Over Troubled Water can be downloaded on iTunes for €1.29. The project was sponsored by Noel Recruitment. Eighteen TDs and Senators took part in the recording organised by Fine Gael TD Derek Keating.“Everyone sounded great. I do think it takes a certain amount of courage especially for people not used to that role,” said the TD for Dublin Mid-West.Some of the Oireachtas members who took part included Fine Gael TDs Lucinda Creighton, Simon Coveney and Peter Mathews, Labour TD Joan Burton, Fianna Fáil Senator Averil Power, and Independents Stephen Donnelly, Mick Wallace and Finian McGrath.SINGING TD PADRAIG IS STAR OF THE LATE LATE SHOW! was last modified: November 26th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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_imgOAKLAND – A handful of NBA teams are making and fielding phone calls in hopes to acquire a star. The Warriors are simply waiting for the trade deadline to pass on Thursday to see which player might be available for their 15th and final roster spot.The reasons for why the Warriors general manager Bob Myers does not have to stay up all night this week entertaining and listening to trade proposals? They are pretty obvious.The Warriors (37-15) enter Wednesday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs …last_img read more

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first_imgYOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Running back Tevin Coleman’s high-ankle sprain in Sunday’s season-opening win is expected to keep him out of the 49ers’ next game, Sunday at Cincinnati.“I know he got hurt on the first play of the game, when they landed on his ankle and then it just got worse as the game went,” coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday. “He tried to battle through it throughout the second quarter and he was done at halftime.”But he’s not done for the season. An MRI on Monday showed that Coleman …last_img read more

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first_imgPro-evolution scientists argue against bills designed to protect the academic freedom of teachers.by Dr. Jerry BergmanAn article was printed in a May 12, 2017 issue of Scientific American, titled “Revamped ‘Anti-Science’ Education Bills in U.S. Find Success: Legislation urges educators to ‘teach the controversy’ and allows citizens to challenge curricula.”  The article attempted to argue against bills designed to protect the academic freedom of teachers. [1]The article reviewed the various State and local legislatures attempts to deal with censorship problems in public schools. So far two states have approved legislation this year allowing “teachers to embrace ‘academic freedom’ and present the full spectrum of views on evolution and climate change.” Called academic freedom bills, so far three have become law in the past: in Mississippi in 2006, Louisiana in 2008 and Tennessee in 2012. At least eleven similar bills have been proposed this year in the United States.One, the Florida legislation, is much broader. It enables residents to file complaints about the curriculum against the schools in their district. The complaint could lead to a public hearing to determine if the material at issue is “accurate, balanced, non-inflammatory, current … and suited to students’ needs.” Obviously, these categories are all somewhat vague, but at least will trigger some discussion and needed parental involvement in the government schools.“we didn’t target any one subject matter” —a Florida state representativeNot surprising, the anti-creation Scientific American article was very critical of all such bills. The writer relied on Glenn Branch of the National Center for Science Education (NCSE) whose main goal is to insure only the Darwinian side is presented in government schools and information against this worldview is censored.State Representative Byron Donalds, a Republican from Florida District 80, who sponsored the bill, said it was developed to support parents who are concerned about what their children are learning in public schools. He believes one reason why it passed “is that we didn’t target any one subject matter.” Mr. Branch opposed the bill because, he claims “The people pushing the bill have been complaining about evolution and climate change,” thus he thinks the bill could end up allowing critical evaluation of Darwinism in the schools, something he is dead set against.The NCSE, Florida teachers’ organizations and some local school boards have requested that Governor Rick Scott veto the bill.  The bill’s opponents admit that a veto doesn’t seem likely, given Scott’s beliefs. Branch calls this bill, which is designed to stop censorship of evidence against Darwinism, the “back-door approach to altering science education by means of broader academic censorship.” How it will cause censorship, he does not say. Branch opines that these bills now seem more likely to pass this year “due to renewed anti-evolution and anti-climate change sentiment; confidence that a country led by U.S. President Donald Trump …. is more hospitable to such views.”Branch concluded their side has not lost because the bills cut both ways. “The opponents of science education may feel newly invigorated — but so do its defenders.”Note that Branch calls academic-freedom bills designed to protect the freedom of teachers who have to deal with navigating the evolution controversy “opponents of science” when it is teachers who endeavor to cover these controversial topics objectively who are often suppressed, censored or fired. [2]1. Erin Ross. May 15, 2017. “Revamped ‘Anti-Science’ Education Bills in U.S. Find Success. Scientific American, May 15, 2017.2. See Jerry Bergman Slaughter of the Dissidents: The Shocking Truth About Killing the Careers of Darwin Doubters. Revised version 2012. Southworth, WA: Leafcutter Press; Silencing the Darwin Skeptics. Southworth, WA: Leafcutter Press. 2016 and Censoring the Darwin Skeptics. 2017. Southworth, WA: Leafcutter Press.(Visited 446 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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first_img5 Ways to Use a Handheld Gimbal StabilizerHere are the five ways I like to use my gimbal.1. Steadicam-Style Tracking ShotThis is the most obvious one. Use the gimbal to follow your subject around to capture tracking shots. Try to keep your subject center frame while moving around to keep from seeing excessive bobbing up and down. It’s a trick to keep your audience from looking at the edge of the frame to see any up-and-down movement.2. Smooth Pans and Tilts without a TripodUse your gimbal like you would use a tripod. If you working on a run-and-gun project and have trouble quickly extending and moving a tripod, you can capture a lot of similar movements on a gimbal. You can shoot tilts and pans pretty easily. You don’t even have to use the gimbal’s joystick. For the best results, use your body to move the camera and gimbal system.3. Steady Still Shots without a TripodYou can also use the gimbal to try to eliminate any movement, like a standard tripod shot. This requires you to be as still as possible, and if you notice a little bit of movement in your shot, you can apply a warp stabilizer.4.  Crane ShotThis is one of my favorites. Basically, I prop my body down in a squat, and then slowly stand up. It gets a really nice crane up shot.5. Slow Dolly / Push Over / Slider MovementThis is the shot I use the most with my gimbal. It’s very easy to get a simple push over, slider-like movement. And it’s so much easier than carrying around a slider or dolly.Hope these tips help you out on your next shoot! Subscribe to PremiumBeat on YouTube for the latest tips and tricks. In this video tutorial, learn five ways you can capture stable and beautiful footage with a handheld gimbal.Over the past few months, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to travel the world and film a wide variety of different subjects. From mini-docs to short narratives and commercials: I’ve realized that next to my camera, my go-to piece of gear has been my single-handed gimbal.  Its versatility and size make it a crucial tool for any run-and-gun production, and I feel like all filmmakers need this in their kits. In this video, I’m going to show you five ways I use a gimbal to capture cinematic footage. (For those interested, I’m shooting on the CAME-TV Optimus 3-Axis Camera Gimbal.)Let’s hop into the video and see what kind of footage you can capture.last_img read more

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first_imgTrending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PBA IMAGESAlmost lost in the intensity of the semifinal series and the rivalry of the team owners involved is the fact that Nash Racela and brother Olsen are squaring off from opposite benches on the hardcourt.Nash, the TNT KaTropa coach, threw a slight joke about it, when asked on what adjustments he is expecting from Barangay Ginebra in Game 3 of their series, which is now tied at 1-1. ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ “No idea,” said Nash. “I know coach Tim (Cone) will do something. I’ll ask Olsen about it.”PBA legend Olsen is Cone’s assistant with the Kings. But he doesn’t have to spill any major secrets for TNT to figure out how it can gain control of the best-of-five affair.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe Texters have been consistently holding their own against Barangay Ginebra’s imposing frontline and will again have to cut down the Gin Kings to size anew if they want to score a crucial Game 3 victory Friday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.“We always believe that we’re capable of beating Ginebra. But it takes a lot of focus and a lot of effort to do that,” said Nash. Aussies banner Powerman bets While containing these giants plays a critical role in scoring a win, TNT must also let quintessential playmaker Jayson Castro provide the leadership and make sure Glen Rice Jr. stays out of early foul trouble this time.“We have to stick to our rebounding and defensive game plan,” said Castro in Filipino. “We don’t want to get outhustled just like in Game 1. We should again come out with a lot energy.”Slowed down by leg cramps late in the final period, Castro tallied 20 points and 10 assists in his crucial matchup with Ginebra’s LA Tenorio. Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Sealing all possible gaps in the lane, the KaTropa leveled the semifinal showdown by humbling the Gin Kings, 103-96, on a road trip in Batangas City last Wednesday.Greg Slaughter and Japeth Aguilar, Ginebra’s twin wrecking balls in the paint, couldn’t split the space down low efficiently, allowing TNT’s defenders to clamp down on them easily.Even Justin Brownlee, who finished with a game-high 25 points, was smothered by TNT’s choking internal defense in the closing minutes when the Kings attempted to cut down a double-digit advantage.“I think in every position, we are outsized by Ginebra. When they play with a big lineup, it’s really hard to play them,” said Racela.Tony Semarad did an exceptional job on limiting Brownlee’s mobility inside while Kelly Williams and Moala Tautuaa had seven-footer Slaughter and the 6-foot-9 Aguilar in check.ADVERTISEMENT Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Read Next BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

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