Funeral held in hometown of youngest Humboldt Broncos crash victim

first_imgMONTMARTRE, Sask. – Hockey jerseys were draped over the coffin of the youngest victim of last week’s Humboldt Broncos bus crash.Some youths at the funeral mass for Adam Herold wore jerseys with his name and team number 10 on the back.Adam would have turned 17 on Thursday.Hockey gloves, a snowmobiling helmet, a hunting cap and a toy tractor were among the items placed by the altar at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in his hometown of Montmartre, Sask.Darren McKechnie, who coached Adam with the Regina Pat Canadians Midget AAA team, says he was the obvious choice for captain even though there were boys older than him on the team.McKechnie says Adam — who he nicknamed “Harry” and teammates called “Rold” — was the type of boy you would want your son to be like and your daughter to bring home.last_img read more

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America Ferrera And Alexis Bledel Help Launch ONEs Women And Girls Initiative

first_imgONE, the global anti-poverty group cofounded by Bono, is launching an initiative to drive awareness and action in support of programs that are helping women and girls lift themselves and their families out of extreme poverty.Video: ONE Women and Girls in HondurasActress and activist America Ferrera, actress Alexis Bledel and Claire Diaz-Ortiz, head of social innovation at Twitter, Inc., spoke yesterday on a panel at the 2012 Mashable Social Good Conference to discuss their recent trip to Honduras and why they are supporting ONE’s effort to ensure that women and girls are at the center of development policy.Alexis Bledel in Honduras with ONECredit/Copyright: Randi Peck RP ConsultingLast month, Ferrera, Bledel and Diaz-Ortiz travelled with ONE to Honduras to see first-hand how women in one of the world’s poorest countries are working to lift their families out of extreme poverty and what role US development programs have to play. ONE has released a short film from the trip by Emmy-award winning director Jesse Dylan and his company Wondros, which can be viewed at www.one.org/womenandgirls.Alexis Bledel and America Ferrera in Honduras with ONECredit/Copyright: Randi Peck RP Consulting“Wherever I have travelled all over the world … whether to Mali, India, Honduras, or even at home in America, women are at the center of the fight against poverty,” said Ferrera. “The women we met in Honduras are true heroes, doing back-breaking work harvesting fields and bringing their crops to market. They aren’t looking for charity — just opportunity and the tools to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. Innovative programs like Feed the Future are providing those tools, and for a tiny fraction of the US budget.”Alexis Bledel and America Ferrera Read To Kids in Honduras with ONECredit/Copyright: Randi Peck RP Consulting“Women and girls are the best investment the world can make in the fight against extreme poverty because, when you invest in a girl or a woman, that investment helps not only the individual, but it benefits her family and community as well. I wish everyone could see what we saw and the difference these women are making in their communities,” said Bledel.Diaz-Ortiz, who wrote the book, Twitter for Good, calls social media “an innovative and important tool for advocating on behalf of the world’s poorest people.” She says, “It provides a platform for women and girls around the globe to come together in the fight against extreme poverty and under-nutrition and make our voices heard.”ONE’s Women and Girls initiative will include a social media and communications campaign, the grassroots mobilization of ONE’s more than 3 million members, and a series of activities to press government leaders to support development policies and programs that provide critical support to women and girls. The initiative builds on the successful 2010 launch of ONE Moms — a global movement of mothers using their extraordinary power and voices to spread awareness of the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease. Working together with the ONE Moms, the Women and Girls Initiative will make a big impact and drive real action.last_img read more

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The origins of ISIS and Al Qaeda

Marrakech- To Western observers, ISIS seemed to emerge almost out of nowhere. All Arab states united to denounce Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi when he proclaimed himself caliph of the Islamic State.Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates have all participated with the US in its air attacks on ISIS bases in Syria. In fact, the emergence of ISIS has united the Arab Sunni leaders.ISIS clearly bases its claim to establish a caliphate on Wahhabism, the 18th century teachings of the scholar Muhammed ibn Abd al-Wahhab. However, al-Baghdadi’s attempt create a new caliphate based on principles developed hundreds of years ago does not take into account the development of modern Islamic states and institutions and the true, peaceful nature of the Muslim faith. Just because a group claims to be reformist does not give it the right to commit barbaric acts and murder on a large scale. By trying to turn the clock back to when states were being created, ISIS is actually making war against Islam itself, using religion as a means of creating a caliphate based on the past.. Their firm stance against ISIS confirms that modern Islamic states have developed their own societies based on peace and an ordered structure.Unfortunately, ISIS has accumulated vast wealth through illicit sources, and experts are saying that it could take years to eliminate an organization that relies on foreign fighters. Those who will survive the US-led coalition against ISIS may try to return to their country of origin to commit further acts of violence and destabilization.This approach forms the basis of Al Qaeda’s philosophy. They use targeted violence to kill unbelievers and seek to overthrow and “redeem” Muslim states, which they believe have lost their true Islamic faith.Al Qaeda grew out of a radical tradition that believed Muslim states and societies have fallen into sinful unbelief, and embraced violence as a tool to redeem them. “Violence is part of their [ISIS’s] ideology,” says Bernard Haykel, a scholar at Princeton University in the US. He adds, “For Al Qaeda, violence is a means to an end; for ISIS, it is an end in itself.”ISIS believes that members of Al Qaeda are not true Muslims because they will not adhere to their proclaimed caliphate.In his latest New York Times column, Thomas L. Friedman says that the Islamic world has to rethink the current status quo, which has led to ISIS and Al Qaeda, and find a solution that will restore order and peace to the Islamic world, hopefully ending the long-running Sunni Shia confrontation. © Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed read more

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Annan condemns bomb attack in Israel urges parties to stay course towards

In a statement released by his spokesman, the Secretary-General, who is travelling in Moscow, said he was “appalled” by the incident, noting that it came amid a concerted international effort to convene a peace conference on the Middle East. “Brutal and wilful killing of innocent civilians can never be justified, no matter what the political objective,” the statement said. “Every effort must be made to bring to justice those responsible for this cruel act.”The Secretary-General urged those committed to finding a political solution in the Middle East to stay the course. “The enemies of peace should not be allowed to derail this process,” the statement stressed.Mr. Annan also extended his condolences to the families of the victims and to the Government of Israel. read more

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UNIraq talks open in Vienna on practical arrangements for return of inspectors

Senior representatives of the United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) as well as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) opened talks today in Vienna with Iraqi officials on practical arrangements for the return of UN weapons inspectors to the country following a nearly four-year absence. Topics under discussion were to include entry into Iraq and the accommodation of inspectors; the UN’s headquarters in Baghdad and movement inside the country; the security of inspectors; and the taking of samples as well as their transport out of Iraq, UNMOVIC Executive Chairman Hans Blix told reporters as he entered the Vienna International Centre, where the meeting is being held.At the conclusion of today’s session, Mr. Blix told the press that participants had covered a first reading of all the issues on the agenda. “We will revert to continue tomorrow – many issues have been clarified – and we will continue” before wrapping up tomorrow afternoon, he added.Asked about the mood of the discussions, he said it was a “very businesslike atmosphere, knowledgeable; everyone there in the room knows something about this subject.”When he entered the meeting, the Executive Chairman said “the purpose of the talks is that we’d like to ensure that if and when inspections come about we will not have clashes inside.” He added that it was better to work out the issues “outside in advance.””We even said we would not deploy inspectors to Iraq until we have had talks about these things,” Mr. Blix stressed.Asked whether there would be any limits on the sites UN inspectors could access, he replied, “No, I am not aware of any such places.”The Executive Chairman, who is scheduled to report to the Security Council in New York on Thursday, told the press that “it is the Security Council that wants to have the first news and therefore I am a little restrained in what I will say here.” read more

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New Ohio State pistol coach Emil Milev shoots for the next level

Emil Meliv, now Ohio State’s pistol coach, takes aim at the International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup at Fort Benning in Georgia on March 28, 2014. Credit: Courtesy of USA ShootingAfter competing in six Olympic games, Emil Milev has a new challenge ahead of him: being head coach of the Ohio State pistol team as it prepares for another triumphant season.The pistol team won last year’s women’s aggregate national championships and the open team intercollegiate championship for the third season in a row. Milev said he is looking forward to building on the success of an already highly decorated program and “taking it to the next level.”“The name is what led me here — it’s the best in the country,” Milev said. “I think the team and I can work together, and this collaboration can be beneficial to the program. I want to give them a lot of opportunities in the sport and in life.” The Bulgarian-born Milev competed for his home country in four Olympic games between 1992 and 2004 and earned the silver medal in the 1996 Atlanta games, before moving to the U.S. in 2004 and becoming a U.S. citizen in 2009. He competed for the U.S. in the 2012 London and 2016 Rio games. Milev also is a six-time World Championship competitor, earning the silver medal in 1994. Milev began the sport of pistol as a hobby, going with friends to the shooting range. He began intercollegiate competition, eventually working toward qualifying for the World Championship and Olympics.“I felt hungry for the competitiveness, and started practicing harder, reading books and learning more about the sport,” Milev said. “Never in high school did I think I would be at six Olympic games and even receiving a medal. I just love it so much. I never dreamed it would be my life, but it slowly turned out to be that way. It’s very rewarding.”A main goal of Milev’s is to have the program focus more to the Olympic-styled events he knows best.“The [National Rifle Association] is making a few changes in their competitive events, but right now only three collegiate events pistol shooters participate in are Olympic,” Milev said. “I would like to see the program go in this direction, and eventually see athletes coming here to contribute to our team along with our athletes competing and winning in international matches in the years to come.”Pistol has multiple events in the men’s and women’s divisions, depending on the size of the gun used and the distance from the target. The type of competitions also vary in how fast the shooter must get the shots off. Most of the sport, as described by Milev, is a balance between controlling the fine-tuned machine to work with the shooter and the mental focus needed to be successful.“To truly appreciate pistol, you have to try it,” Milev said. “Even just learning more about it, asking our athletes about what they do and how they must train, people will understand this is truly a sport.”Sophomore Anthony McCollum, who earned the silver medal in last year’s national open-air competition, said Milev has already made an impact on the Buckeyes, though he was hired less than three weeks ago. The team competes on October 27-28 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where it will face Army, Coast Guard, North Dakota State and Utah to begin the season. “We ask for the Ohio State community to celebrate with us, there’s a lot of talent on this team and you can expect lots of wins this year,” Milev said. read more

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BMW to recall 312000 cars after finding engines could cut out while

BMW is recalling more than 300,000 cars after discovering the vehicles’ engines can cut out completely while being driven. The German manufacturer issued a safety recall last year for 36,140 petrol cars after former Ghurka soldier died swerving a broken down BMW. But now that figure is to soar almost tenfold to nearly 312,000 as the car maker recalls 1 Series, 3 Series, Z4 and X1 petrol and diesel models produced between March 2007 and August 2011 amid safety fears.Narayan Gurung, 66, was travelling with his wife on Christmas Day in 2016 when their Ford Fiesta crashed into a tree.The driver was trying to avoid crashing into a faulty BMW – a black 3 Series – which had stopped in the middle of a dark A-road in Hampshire. An electrical malfunction caused the engine to stall and the brake lights to fail, and after an investigation by the BBC, there are concerns the same fault could affect hundreds of thousands of cars.  BMW allowed Mwape to take his vehicle home without, he says, any warning not to use it.“I felt so uncomfortable driving it that we took taxis, I walked to work every day. It was a nightmare, it wasn’t safe enough to drive.”Mwape was furious to discover that petrol versions of the same car had been recalled for the same fault – while he was left shouldering the costs of repair himself. The manufacturer will contact owners of the affected models in the next three weeks, a spokesman said.The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) said last week BMW had failed to alert UK authorities to 19 cases of electrical faults in a car model involved in the fatal crash. A BMW 1 Series at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show – among the models to be recalled by the German car manufacturerCredit:Andrew Crowley In the programme, independent engineer Mike O’Sullivan is seen examining Mwape’s car to see if its parts are any different than those of the petrol model. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. A BMW 1 Series at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show - among the models to be recalled by the German car manufacturer He says: “We can see that they’re using the same connector on both vehicles. It doesn’t look like there is any difference in the main connector to that fuse board.”Watchdog has been contacted by others whose BMW 3 series cars have lost power – some while travelling at high speed.BMW’s previous recall related to petrol vehicles built between December 2009 and August 2011, a period of production where a particular design of wiring configuration meant that vehicle vibrations could potentially cause frictional corrosion on the plug of the power distributor. BMW's Z4 Roadster is displayed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in 2009. It is among the models to be recalled A BMW spokesman said: “Now we recognise the need to widen the recall to capture a larger cohort of cars. We are widening the net as a precaution.”He added the fault could be fixed within two hours and involved replacing a plug.Watchdog Live airs tonight and features the case of Mwape Kambafwile, whose BMW 3 Series car cut out completely while he was driving in December 2016.He tells the programme: “I just thought to myself if I was driving on the motorway with my family in the car, that could have been very dangerous.“I took it to BMW.  The next day they called me to say they had found a fault, it looks like the cable had burnt out and no current was passing through the fuse box.” BMW’s Z4 Roadster is displayed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in 2009. It is among the models to be recalledCredit:Rebecca Cook/Reuters read more

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Nigerian authorities furious parents of four girls failed to say children had

first_imgFOUR MORE GIRLS than previously thought escaped from their captures in Nigeria last month.Authorities in northeast Nigeria yesterday revised downward by four the number of schoolgirls held captive by Boko Haram, denying media reports that the hostages had escaped from the Islamists in recent days.A source at the government in northeastern Borno state who requested anonymity said the number of girls who are currently missing was now 219, not 223 as previously reported by most media.Police in Borno said 276 girls were kidnapped by the Islamists on April 14 from a secondary school in the town of Chibok.HostagesAuthorities had said that 53 of the hostages had escaped in the first days following the attack.But, following closer investigation, it emerged that in fact 57 had run to freedom shortly after the attack but that the parents of four girls had neglected to inform officials that their children had safely returned, according to the source.Borno’s education commissioner, the point man on the hostage crisis, revealed the revised figures to members of a presidential committee when the panel visited the state capital Maiduguri last week, the source added.FuriousThe commissioner “was furious with the parents for keeping the government in the dark,” about the fact their children were among those who had escaped, the source added.Nigeria’s remote northeast has a poor mobile phone network and shoddy roads, hampering communication in an area hit hard by Boko Haram’s deadly five-year uprising.Some local media on Wednesday reported that the girls had escaped in recent days or had perhaps been released by the Islamists after falling ill.Calculating the number of girls taken in the attack has been hampered from the outset by conflicting reports from parents, officials and the security forces.Days after the attack, the military said all but eight girls had been freed, a claim that was swiftly retracted.Some parents in Chibok have insisted that more than 300 girls were taken, but in recent weeks most media have reported the figures provided by police in Borno, which have the backing of the state government.- © AFP, 2014Read: 500 African migrants leapt a fence into Spanish territory today>Read:  Writer Maya Angelou has died at 86>last_img read more

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Over 28000 Iraqis flee West Mosul fighting

first_imgAn Iraqi woman walks down a road carrying a baby as families flee Mosul during an offensive by security forces to retake the western parts of the city from Islamic State (IS) group fighters. Photo: AFPMore than 28,000 people have fled since the start of a drive to retake west Mosul, as Iraqi forces closed in Wednesday on a road linking the city with a jihadist-held town to the west.West Mosul is the largest population centre still controlled by the Islamic State group, and its recapture would mark the effective end of the cross-border “caliphate” leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced from a mosque in the city more than two years ago.Iraqi forces have yet to advance deep into west Mosul but fighting combined with privation and harsh IS rule is pushing a growing number of civilians to flee.“The humanitarian impact has been significant. Since the new offensive began, 28,400 people have been dispaced from west Mosul,” the United Nations office coordinating the Mosul humanitarian response said in a statement, citing International Organization for Migration figures.“Since 25 February, approximately 4,000 people per day have been displaced,” it said.The number who have fled is still only a fraction of the 750,000 people who are believed to have stayed on in west Mosul under IS rule but it is expected to rise sharply in the coming days and weeks.Iraqi forces are fighting inside west Mosul, but have also moved through the surrounding desert to cut the area off from the IS-held town of Tal Afar to its west.On Wednesday, Staff Lieutenant General Qassem al-Maliki, the commander of the 9th Armoured Division, said his forces were in effective control of the Mosul-Tal Afar road, which would help isolate the jihadists in west Mosul.“We control the road by fire,” Maliki said, explaining that while his forces had not reached it, they can fire on targets on the route.But their ability to do that will likely be reduced at night, and jihadists may still be able to use other routes to move in and out of the city.A commander in the elite Counter-Terrorism Service told AFP that IS put up tough resistance Wednesday in the Maamun Flats area of southwest Mosul, which he said is considered “important for the control of the surrounding neighbourhoods”.“The resistance is violent and fierce because they’re defending this line and this line, in our opinion, is the main line for them,” Staff Lieutenant General Abdulghani al-Assadi said.Threat from snipersIraq’s Joint Operations Command announced later Wednesday that CTS had recaptured Maamun Flats.The damage in the Maamun area is heavy, with homes destroyed, roads cratered and rows of crumpled cars, some of them piled one on top of another.Fleeing Mosul residents have spoken of dire conditions inside the city.“We’re so hungry, we haven’t eaten almost anything in four days,” said Widaa, a 20-year-old who fled Maamun.“There was firing all around our house, it was being destroyed bit by bit,” she said.The drive to retake west Mosul—the smaller but more densely populated side of a city split by the Tigris River—began on February 19, after Iraqi troops retook its east side the previous month.Sniper fire is a significant danger in Maamun, said Kathy Bequary, the executive director of NYC Medics, a group providing emergency care from a mobile clinic.“We’re seeing a lot of serious gunshot wounds from snipers,” Bequary told AFP.“Most of our patients are combatants, but civilians are affected too. Two days ago, we treated a family—a mother, father, son and daughter—who were trying to escape Mosul and were targeted by snipers,” she said.“The five-year-old daughter was shot in the pelvis, a through and through wound. The girl was very, very critical.”IS overran large areas north and west of Baghdad in 2014, announcing a “caliphate” incorporating swathes of Iraq and Syria.While security forces initially performed dismally, they have since retaken most of the territory they lost, with backing from US-led air strikes and other support.IS has also lost significant ground in Syria, and while it still holds the city of Raqa and some territory in western Iraq in addition to in Mosul, the jihadists’ “state” is crumbling.The operation to retake Mosul was launched on October 17, involving an array of sometimes rival security forces and paramilitary groups.last_img read more

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County Moves Toward Renaming Columbus Day

first_imgBy Mark F. Gray, Special to the AFRO, mgray@afro.comIf Prince George’s Council member At-Large Mel Franklin has things his way, Native Americans will gain a new form of reparations on Columbus Day.  Franklin is hoping to recognize the history, culture and accomplishments of Native Americans in Prince George’s County and across the nation by changing the name of Columbus Day to Native American Day in Prince George’s County.Franklin introduced this piece of legislation during the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee meeting in late June.  In addition to renaming the holiday a legal amendment to the section of the County code would also give County employees a compensated day off for Native American Day as well.Prince George’s County At-Large Council member Mel Franklin is working to rename Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day. (Courtesy Photo)“This legislation is pretty straightforward. It is to elevate the recognition of the Native American community and Native American people who have a history of thousands of years in this region and regions across this country,” said Franklin who sponsored the bill.  “It will recognize the need to change Columbus Day to Native American Day to more properly represent the legacy that we should be celebrating.”Prior to the meeting, the board received a letter from the Piscataway Conoy Tribe that supported Franklin’s proposed bill. Rico Newman, a former historian with the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian also addressed the committee.  Newman, a representative of the Piscataway Conoy Tribe, has done extensive research for the museum on the life of Christopher Columbus. He said that history has misrepresented reality of Columbus.“A lot of things we were taught in school as kids were fake, false and need to be corrected,” Newman said.  “To start by changing the name of this day, it’s one of the things that will start getting the ball rolling.  I’m glad to see this done. I think that it’s the tip of the iceberg in getting information out about a lot of the things that need to be changed.Christopher Columbus’ perception as a hero has been historically questioned.  When he and his group of explorers landed in the Bahamas there is evidence to suggest that they  forced the natives they found into slavery. Columbus, while serving as the governor of Hispaniola, is also believed to have punished citizens by torturing them.According to History.com Columbus Day is the U.S. holiday that commemorates the landing of Christopher Columbus in the Americas in 1492.  It was unofficially celebrated in a number of cities and states as early as the 18th century, but did not become a federal holiday until 1937. For many, the holiday has become a way of both honoring Columbus’ achievements and celebrating Italian-American heritage. However, Columbus Day and the man who inspired it has been controversial since the 1970s.Several U.S. cities and states have replaced Columbus Day with alternative days of remembrance. Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon and South Dakota have officially replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day, as have cities like Denver, Phoenix and Los Angeles.The committee members voted unanimously to recommend that the entire County Council approve the bill.last_img read more

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Gotham Makes the Danger of Ras Al Ghul Real

first_img With Bruce Wayne running around the city in an earless Batsuit, it’s easy to forget that he’s still not Batman yet. Last night’s Gotham reminded us just how much further he has to go. He may be stopping alleyway robberies and fighting Ra’s Al Ghul, but as Gordon pointed out, he’s still just playing detective. It’s fun watching him use his investigation skills and figure things out in this episode, but nobody would call him the world’s greatest anything yet. That’s too bad. As last night proved, if he’s going to take on Ra’s Al Ghul, he’ll need to be.Last night’s episode made a case for how dangerous Ra’s really is. That was important, as he hasn’t really done much since the end of last season. And even his whole Tetch bomb was dealt with a little too easily. Last night’s fight with him had real consequences that Bruce is going to have to deal with. After successfully keeping the dagger out of Barbara’s (and Ra’s Al Ghul’s) hands, he has to figure out exactly what he’s dealing with. He takes it to an appraiser, not considering how easily he can be traced. That turns out to be a mistake. Though he tries to keep the man’s research a secret, Ra’s shows up in the middle of the night and murders the appraiser.Ben McKenzie (CR: Jeff Neumann)Fortunately, he doesn’t get his hands on the knife. The appraiser’s grandson, Alex, escapes with the knife and hides. This is where it becomes apparent that Bruce is still playing detective. He tries to tag along with Gordon, but he’s not very good at police work. He comes right out and asks Barbara if Ra’s Al Ghul is bankrolling her, which of course doesn’t get him anywhere. If anything, it makes things worse, causing Ra’s to go to the police department himself, posing as a foreign dignitary, and find out that Alex must have the knife. To Bruce’s credit, he can figure out where Alex is before anyone else.  The episode did a great job of building up the relationship between Bruce and Alex, both being around the same age and both having lost parental figures. Alex is in awe of Bruce’s fighting ability, and there’s almost a proto-Robin thing going on. That all makes it so much harder when Bruce has to watch Alex die. Gordon fights off Ra’s Al Ghul’s two lackies (one of them a dog-man named Anubis… close enough I guess) in a fun, short action scene before Ra’s puts an end to it. Holding a blade to Alex’s throat, he demands Bruce give up the dagger. Now knowing its power, Bruce refuses, possibly thinking he can save Alex, or that Ra’s won’t go through with it. He does. Ra’s slices Alex’s throat right in front of Bruce.There are a ton of interesting places the show could take his story from here. Now that Bruce is responsible for two deaths, will that affect his vigilantism? Two people are dead as a result of him wanting to play hero. Will that discourage him from fighting, or force him to cover his tracks better? Either way, this isn’t something he’s going to shrug off easily. We know he’s eventually going to be Batman, but for a while it looked like he was getting there too soon. Now, he realizes there are consequences to his new superhero hobby. The show has put a major stumbling block in his way and drastically opened up his arc for the season. There are so many possibilities for where it can go now, and that’s always an exciting place for Gotham.Erin Richards and Alexander Siddig (Cr: Jeff Neumann/FOX.)Penguin had a lot of fun scenes this episode as well, though he may have just sealed his own downfall. Hearing there was a new Falcone in town, he has Sofia over to explain that he runs Gotham now. He then uses her as bait to draw out a few mobsters who were still loyal to the Falcone family. When he has Zsasz murder them in front of her, he pretty much guarantees that she’ll go against him. I mean, we already knew that’s where she was headed eventually, but Penguin may have sped things up by using her this way.  Penguin’s hold on Gotham is more tenuous than he’d like to believe. It’s even less stable now that he’s made an enemy of Sofia Falcone.Victor Zsasz continues to be the funniest part of this whole show. Gotham’s interpretation of the character is entirely different from the one in the comics. Comic book Zsasz is creepy and disturbing, arranging bodies in grotesque scenes designed to mess with Batman’s head. Here, his sadism is hilarious. He takes a childlike glee in killing people, and Anthony Carrigan has great comedic timing. His whispered “I’m gonna stab you” combined with the hand motion is maybe the funniest thing in this whole episode. With the possible exception of his reaction to Ed Nygma’s rap-telegram riddles.(CR: Jeff Neumann/FOX)That’s another character this season is taking to really interesting places. Having been frozen for so long, Nygma is no longer the riddle master he once was. His riddles, as Penguin elegantly points out, suck. They’re much too vague and could describe anything. Even his double-meanings don’t follow as well as they should. I can already tell it’s going to be fun watching him adapt to his new, dumber brain. Especially with the Penguin taunting him the whole time. Robin Lord Taylor and Cory Michael Smith have such great hate-chemistry together, you can see the heat coming off of them whenever they’re in the same scene. This might be what pushes Ed to become the Riddler we know. Remember, his riddles were never all that great. That was the point. His riddles force Batman to step outside the bounds of conventional logic to save people. Instead, he has to figure out what the “Riddler logic” behind the puzzle would be. Now that Ed can’t come up with a decent riddle to save his life, he’s going to have to make them bigger and crazier to compensate. That’s my bet, anyway.It’s still early, but this season of Gotham has been exceptionally strong. While this episode was doing a lot of set-up work for the next few weeks, it managed to make that fun and interesting to watch. That’s not something this show has been particularly good at in the past. Even as dark as this episode got, it was still able to keep the fun insanity we come to this show for. I just hope it can maintain this momentum. Now, Ra’s Al Ghul is under arrest and will be held in the GCPD next week. I think we can all guess what that means. That poor building has been through hell, and from the looks of things, it will go through even more next week.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. 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Can We Touch

first_imgField, a developmental psychologist by training, went on to found the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. She was a pioneer in highlighting the effects of “touch deprivation” among kids, famously those in orphanages. She explained to me that the effects are pervasive, influencing so many bodily systems that kids are diagnosed with “failure to thrive,” resulting in permanent physical and cognitive impairment, smaller stature, and social withdrawal later in life—which often includes aversion to physical contact. Physical touch doesn’t make adults larger, but its effects are still coming to light. Field has published similar findings about the benefits of touch in full-term infants, and then children and pregnant women, adults with chronic pain, and people in retirement homes. Studies that involved as little as 15 daily minutes found that touch alone, even devoid of the other supportive qualities it usually signifies, seems to have myriad benefits. Her efforts started with premature babies, when she found that basic human touch led them to quickly gain weight. An initial small study, published in the journal Pediatrics in 1986, showed that just 10 days of “body stroking and passive movements of the limbs” for less than an hour led babies to grow 47 percent faster. They averaged fewer days in the hospital and accrued $3,000 less in medical bills. The effect has been replicated multiple times. Tiffany Field has spent decades trying to get people to touch one another more. The hug, specifically, has been repeatedly linked to good health. In a more recent study that made headlines about hugs helping the immune system, researchers led by the psychologist Sheldon Cohen at Carnegie Mellon University isolated 400 people in a hotel and exposed them to a cold virus. People who had supportive social interactions had fewer and less severe symptoms. Physical touch (specifically hugging) seemed to account for about a third of that effect. (The researchers conclude: “These data suggest that hugging may act as an effective means of conveying support.”) Cohen and his colleagues continued to show other health benefits of physical contact, such as a 2018 reveal in the journal PLOS titled “Receiving a Hug Is Associated With the Attenuation of Negative Mood That Occurs on Days With Interpersonal Conflict.” Read the whole story: The Atlanticlast_img read more

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5 Schools That Cater to Undergrads Who Want to Be Tech Innovators

first_img Almost all entrepreneurship programs offer students the chance to develop new tech products.Below you’ll find five schools highlighting these opportunities for undergraduates.1. Northeastern University (Boston, MA)Northeastern’s entrepreneurship concentration offers three tracks, including technology ventures. This track features specific courses focused on technological innovation, marketing, business model design, business planning, and venture finance. In addition approximately 100 students are placed in a variety of cooperative education positions every six months at companies including Kayak, DataXu, and Akamai (just to name a few!). The school has also launched a newly designed entrepreneurship minor for non-business school students, which has a focus on technology-intensive entrepreneurship. It leverages a number of courses within the concentration and minor, but also has specific lean design/product development courses within each participating college. Student ventures from both the entrepreneurship concentration, major and the campus-wide minor flow into the on-campus incubator, called IDEA, in which there are presently over 140 active ventures.2. Baruch College (New York, NY)In order to help students graduate with both a diploma and a business, Baruch offers courses covering the intersections of technology, design, and entrepreneurship, as well as social business entrepreneurship. These courses help students develop a foundation for starting and managing a tech business and taking a strategic approach to the development of technology and innovation. Other topics include business planning, sources of capital, exit strategy, market tactics, product lifecycles, legal issues, and success factors. Students are encouraged to consider the components of a business at a managerial level and develop the skill set necessary for the high-growth technology industry.The course “Business Meets 3D Digital Design and Fabrication” helps students explore how the choices and processes on makes when designing and creating three-dimensional objects are also a series of business choices, processes and decisions. Readings, case studies, and hands-on projects emphasize the development of critical skills and their application to business and design issues of the present. Students will learn some of the fundamental principles of three-dimensional design (line-plane-volume-mass-space-light) and have access to using digital tools in the design and creation process such as computer-aided design (CAD) programs and rapid prototyping (RP) technologies for three-dimensional visualization. The course focuses on the business context of entrepreneurial and startup ventures.3. Miami University (Oxford, OH)The Institute for Entrepreneurship provides a number of opportunities for students to explore technological innovation in the startup, social and corporate entrepreneurship contexts. Two such examples are the San Francisco Digital Innovation (SFDI) Program (in collaboration with the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies) and Project High Flight (in collaboration with the School of Engineering). SFDI, a semester-long immersion experience in Silicon Valley, offers entrepreneurship students the chance to intern with and visit with some of the top technology companies in the world, including: Apple, Uber, Yapstone, Google, eBay, Facebook, Twitter, Ubisoft, and Salesforce.com.On campus, the Institute has worked closely with faculty in the School of Engineering to create Project High Flight, a multi-year program designed to give entrepreneurship students firsthand experience in corporate and technological innovation in the field of aviation. Students in Project High Flight are involved in the medical/bio field testing of innovations at very high altitudes (above 20,000 feet), as well as the commercialization process of those technologies.4. University of Dayton (Dayton, OH)At U Dayton, programs in innovation and new product innovation are offered jointly by the School of Engineering and the School of Business Administration. The new product innovation minor is a 15-hour program, including courses in new product development and innovative design and entrepreneurship). Both are project-based courses, where students identify opportunities, and research new products to bring to market. The two required courses are linked, creating in effect a year-long, six hour course. In the second course, students develop either a mock up or a working prototype of their idea, as well as a full business plan.Students are encouraged to enter their projects into the University of Dayton Business Plan Competition. In addition, students who enter the business plan competition are encouraged to submit their projects to the Innovation Center’s courses in multidisciplinary design. One team from the past year was a handheld game controller that can be used by children suffering from cerebral palsy. Students developed multiple working prototypes, a business plan, and provided information on obtaining a license from Sony, as well as information on the availability of intellectual property protection.5. Clarkson University (Potsdam, NY)In the Innovation and Entrepreneurship senior capstone course, Commercializing Innovation, a portfolio of senior engineering capstone projects that have been designed, developed, and tested by engineering students is reviewed by students for commercialization potential. Students in the course conduct market research, suggest product improvements, and provide a recommendation for further commercialization options. Students are also provided with an opportunity to license the technology if they are interested in further pursuit of the project. The Invention Capstone Design Class has seen 52 students develop inventions and file twenty provisional patent applications. Student inventions include: flexible body armor, temperature-resistant cell phone case, tangle-free pet leash, and a therapeutic device for paraplegics. Student Projects for Engineering Experience and Design (SPEED) makes project-based team learning experiences available to all undergraduate students. The program also works to increase the project involvement of women and students of color.Many of the SPEED project opportunities stem from national engineering design competitions, like FIRST Robotics and Destination Imagination. In these competitions students conceptualize, design, build and test products. Most of the projects are multidisciplinary in nature, with contributions from students from many academic disciplines including, engineering, business, science, and liberal arts. The heart of the SPEED program lies in solving open-ended problems that require research, creativity and risk-taking. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. 5 min read September 15, 2014 Register Now »last_img read more

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FDA Clears Ion Endoluminal Lung Biopsy System

first_img February 20, 2019 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared the Ion endoluminal system from Intuitive Surgical Inc. to enable minimally invasive biopsy in the peripheral lung.Lung cancer is the world’s leading cause of cancer deaths, according to Intuitive Surgical. Many suspicious lesions found in the lung may be small and difficult to access, which can make obtaining a diagnosis challenging.The Ion system uses an ultra-thin articulating robotic catheter that can move 180 degrees in all directions. The outer diameter of the catheter is 3.5 mm, which physicians can navigate through small and tortuous airways to reach nodules in any airway segment within the lung. The system’s flexible biopsy needle (called the Flexision Biopsy Needle) can also pass through very tight bends via Ion’s catheter to collect tissue in the peripheral lung. The catheter’s 2mm working channel can also accommodate other biopsy tools, such as biopsy forceps or cytology brushes, if necessary.Intuitive developed the system’s fiber optic shape sensor technology to provide the physician with the precise location and shape information of the catheter throughout the navigation and biopsy process. The system is designed to easily integrate into existing lung nodule biopsy workflows, as well as existing imaging technology, including fluoroscopy, radial-endobronchial ultrasound and cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT).Intuitive plans to introduce the Ion system in the U.S. in a measured fashion, with customer shipments beginning in the second quarter of 2019.For more information: www.intuitive.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | CT Angiography (CTA) | July 24, 2019 WVU Medicine Installs First Alphenix 4D CT in the U.S. The West Virginia University (WVU) Heart and Vascular Institute is the first hospital in the country to acquire the… read more News | Interventional Radiology | July 03, 2019 Varian Purchasing Embolic Bead Assets from Boston Scientific Varian announced it has signed an asset purchase agreement to acquire the Boston Scientific portfolio of drug-loadable… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Radiation Therapy | July 09, 2019 Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence to Deliver Personalized Radiation Therapy New Cleveland Clinic-led research shows that artificial intelligence (AI) can use medical scans and health records to… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 14, 2019 FDA Clears NvisionVLE Imaging System for Pancreatic and Biliary Applications August 14, 2019 — NinePoint Medical Inc. announced it has received U.S. read more News | Interventional Radiology | July 31, 2019 International Multidisciplinary Group Publishes Recommendations for Personalized HCC Treatment With Y90 TheraSphere New consensus recommendations for personalized treatment for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) with BTG’s TheraSphere have… read more Image courtesy of NinePoint Medical Related Content VIDEO: How Alexa Might Help During Interventional Radiology ProceduresKevin Seals, M.D., is working on a research project using smart speakers such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home to create a new method for accessing information on device technologies in real time in the interventional radiology (IR) lab.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 4:47Loaded: 3.40%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -4:47 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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first_imgShortly after the sunrise, the air regains familiar colors and claims our presence in the desert. [Photo & Text: T] December 31, 2005As the morning breaks the stillness of the frozen landscape, an anticipation enters for a hopeful new year. [Photo & Text: T] Shortly after the sunrise, the air regains familiar colors and claims our presence in the desert. [Photo & Text: T]As the morning breaks the stillness of the frozen landscape, an anticipation enters for a hopeful new year. [Photo & Text: T]last_img

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