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Steven Hoffman has been selected as one of the recipients of a 2011-12 Fulbright Canada Student Award. The grant is allowing Hoffman to pursue a Ph.D. in health policy at Harvard and conduct research into the politics surrounding health systems and global health governance.Awarded by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), the Ph.D. in health policy is a collaborative program of six Harvard faculties: the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, Harvard Business School, Harvard Law School, and Harvard Kennedy School. Hoffman was attracted to the interdisciplinary nature of the program. Although he is still a couple years away from beginning work on his dissertation, Hoffman said he is very interested in studying how the international community can best address the emerging health threats and inequalities that demand global solutions.“Harvard is a special place, and the nature of this program is unique in allowing students to be truly interdisciplinary,” he said. “I feel lucky to be here and quite privileged to have this opportunity. The corollary to that, of course, is an intense feeling of responsibility to ensure that I use what I learn here to contribute positively to the world.”
Host nation France will take on Romania in the opening game of the tournament.The Group A clash at the Stade de France will kick-off at 8pm. Meanwhile, the Ireland team have been handed the day off.Manager Martin O’Neill has decided to cancel today’s scheduled training session in order to give his squad some extra recovery time ahead of Monday’s Group D showdown with Sweden.Jonathan Walters remains the main fitness concern for the Irish management.
Related News “I absolutely love this team,” Nagy told reporters after the game, via 247Sports. “I love where we’re at. This is life. How are you going to rebound back from it? You going to sulk or are you going to pick it back up, go practice, go play and learn? That’s what we’re going to do.”The Bears were 5-11 last season, so they’ve clearly made significant strides under their first-year head coach. New York barely edged out Chicago, making a single field goal in overtime to capture the victory. While the Bears haven’t secured a playoff berth just yet, they could do so very soon. Who is Chase Daniel? Amaze your non-NFL-fan friends and fam with these fun facts Matt Nagy is happy with where the Bears are right now, despite their 30-27 overtime loss to the Giants in Week 13.Chicago fell to 8-4 but still sits atop the NFC North standings. Nagy would rather focus on what comes next than dwell on the past. Chicago was without their starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky this week, who is having a breakout season. His backup, Chase Daniel, did his best to fill in, completing 26 of 39 pass attempts for 285 yards and a touchdown. However, he also threw two interceptions.The Bears will have to take on the Rams, Packers and Vikings before the regular season ends, so their road to the playoffs won’t be a cake walk. Nevertheless, Nagy and his team seem optimistic.
TRAINER QUOTES JOE CIAGLIA, CO-OWNER/BREEDER ASHELYLUVSSUGAR: “This is just an amazing feeling. We knew he’d be a little fresh, with two months off, but Gary’s super smart and he got him relaxed and had him well-spotted. He had to check there (on the far turn), but he got outside and from there, we knew we had a chance to win. After his last race (a win in the Grade II, 1 ½ miles turf San Luis Rey Stakes March 21) we were hoping it wasn’t a fluke…Now we know he’s for real. We’d like to run in the Breeders’ Cup, but we’ve got a decision to make. The deadline is June 10 and we’ll have to put up $50,000.” JOCKEY QUOTESGARY STEVENS, ASHLEYLUVSSUGAR, WINNER: “It looked like it was going to be messy on paper and it was. There was no real speed in the race and he was very fresh today.“I wasn’t afraid to put him on the lead if that’s where he wanted to be but Mike (Smith, on Going Somewhere) sent his horse away from there pretty hard and was intent on getting the lead. ‘Ashley’ got a little rank with me just before we crossed over the dirt but then he shut down for me and was push button.“I knew Flavien (Prat, on Ganesh) was behind me playing the waiting game and he chose to go inside of me so I forced him to go clear inside and I wasn’t ready to move yet. We were too far out and I didn’t want to swing four wide until we straightened out into the lane and a lot of horses you can’t do that with. He’s so intelligent and he listens to what I want him to do. I got to know him even better today, it’s only the second time I’ve been on him. He’s a real warrior and a lot of fun to ride.“I know Pete has never won the San Juan Capistrano and I’ve never won the San Juan so hopefully you’ll see us in there at the end of the meet.” NOTES: The winning owners are Sharon Alesia of Carlsbad; Michael Mellen (Bran Jam Stable) of Connecticut; and Joe Ciaglia of Upland.-30- PETER EURTON, ASHLEYLUVSSUGAR, WINNER: “(Ashley’s Folly, dam of Ashleyluvsssugar) was a pretty darn good mare and everything she’s foaled has won a maiden special weight and now this is her first graded stakes winner.”“I think that the track was much slower today. In his last race they went 45 for the half and today they went in 48 so I don’t know if it’s a combination of both the track being slower and a lack of pace in there. I didn’t know what he was going to do so I just left it up to Gary today.“Our goal, for me, and I hope it’s the same for everyone is to go in the San Juan Capistrano (Grade III, 1 ¾ miles on turf June 28), which has always been a fun race and I’ve always thought it would be pretty cool to win.” MIKE SMITH, GOING SOMEWHERE, THIRD: “He’ll get a lot out of this. The plan was to go to the lead and it worked well. We had a shot to win it and he just got a little tired at the end. Like I said, he’ll get a lot out of this race.”
The staff, Directors & Oversight Committee past and present of Letterkenny Credit Union Ltd have today paid tribute to popular staff member Donna Toye who has passed away.Donna was just 46, was originally from Ramelton but had been residing at Glentain Manor, Mountain Top Letterkenny. She died after a short illness.“We are greatly saddened at the loss of our dear colleague and friend Donna Toye,” said the organisation in a statement to Donegal Daily today. “Donna was an outstanding and dedicated employee for 22 years and was well known and loved by all staff and members who came in contact with her. Donna will be sadly missed by all. May she rest in peace.”As a mark of respect the office will remain closed on Tuesday 20th October 2015. Normal business will resume on Wednesday.Her remains are reposing at the home of her Sister Tara Wilkie, 1 Radharc an Chuain, Coylin Court, Ramelton.Requiem Mass in tomorrow Tuesday October 20 at 11am in St Mary’s Church Ramelton. Burial afterwards in the adjoining CemeteryFamily flowers only. Donations if desired to Donegal Hospice c/o of Sweeney Funeral Directors. LETTERKENNY CREDIT UNION MEMBERS IN MOURNING AFTER DEATH OF POPULAR COLLEAGUE DONNA TOYE was last modified: October 19th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:credit uniondeathDonna ToyeletterkennyRameltonRIP
Are they ready … SANTA CLARA – Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks and MVP candidates are on the horizon for the 49ers defense.Can they compensate for the loss of linebacker Kwon Alexander to a pectoral injury? Yes.Will they continue this bait-and-switch approach to yielding rushing yards early in games? It’s getting old, but not destructive.How truly dominant can Nick Bosa and the pass rush be? This is what’s made the 8-0 start so fascinating to watch, and that’s not stopping now.
Beautiful landscapes, abundant wildlife, world-class cities, a rich diversity of people, culture and heritage – and the first Bill of Rights in the world to explicitly protect lesbians and gays from discrimination – is making South Africa the destination of choice for gay holiday makers.South Africa is welcoming to gay travellers. (Image: Niko Knigge)Brand South Africa reporterFrom Cape Town in the Western Cape through the beautiful Garden Route, up to Johannesburg and on to the Kruger National Park, there is a daisy chain of gay friendly establishments to choose from.Cape TownThe Mother City and the gay capital of South Africa, Cape Town is enchanting – arguably one of the most beautifully situated cities in the world. Cradled by Table Mountain and looking out over the Atlantic Ocean, it is the oldest city in South Africa, with immense charm and historical interest.Cape Town’s attractions include the vibrant Waterfront development, eclectic restaurants and unbelievable nightlife. Take a walk or cable-car ride up Table Mountain, enjoy a boat cruise or visit the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. The beaches and nature reserves of the Cape peninsula are also close at hand.Guest House One Belverdere is found on the city centre slopes of Table Mountain in the stylish and quiet suburb of Oranjezicht. Ideal for holidays and business, it is within walking distance of the buzzing and trendy shops and restaurants of Kloof and Long Street. Gay men only.Huijs Haerlem is close to the Waterfront, Cape Town city centre and the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay. Although attractions like Kirstenbosch, art galleries and museums are all nearby, guest may be tempted to stay and relax by the solar heated pool, soaking up the sunshine in peace and tranquillity. Gay owned and/or managed.Kensington Place, nestled on the foothills of Table Mountain, offers the ideal base from which to explore the Mother City while also being able to enjoy fine cuisine, contemporary design and breathtaking views of the city, harbour and mountain. Gay-friendly.Parker Cottage is centrally situated at the foot of Table Mountain in a stylishly renovated Victorian house with all modern conveniences. Gay owned and/or managed.Cape Town TourismKalk Bay, rustic quiet and welcoming. (Image: SA Tourism)The West CoastNorth of Cape Town is the West Coast, a remote and beautiful place of quaint fishing villages, empty beaches, immense bird colonies and carpets of Namaqualand spring flowers. The West Coast’s unique hospitality is typified by its rustic open air seafood restaurants.Blue Dolphin Bed & Breakfast lies in Paternoster, a historic fishing village, and offers bed and breakfast rooms or self-catering cottages on the dunes with uninterrupted views of the sea. Gay owned and/or managed.West Coast TourismThe road to the West Coast runs through a desert. (Image: SA Tourism)The OverbergNext on the route is the Overberg region of the Western Cape, with a rich history and dotted with unspoilt villages and towns. Villiersdorp is a good base from which to explore the area of Franschhoek, South Africa’s gourmet capital, with Caledon and its Victorian spa baths only 30 kilometres away. Other attractions include hiking trails, 4×4 routes and a nine-hole golf course lying alongside the Theewaterskloof dam.Dagbreek Museum Restaurant and Bed & Breakfast offers a glimpse of the past in its restaurant, situated in Villiersdorp’s only national monument, with country home cooking and comfortable accommodation. Gay owned and/or managed.Overberg TourismRoute 62Travelling east, the historic Route 62 meanders through a region of exquisite beauty dominated by rugged mountains. In the valleys are fruit orchards, vineyards, elegant Cape Dutch wine estates and charming rural towns. Attractions include hiking trails through the mountains, hot springs and wine-tasting.Fraai Uitzicht 1798, Dutch for “beautiful view”, is a retreat in the heart of the Robertson Valley on Route 62. Lying on the slopes of the Langeberg mountains, it is a historic wine and guest farm with an award-winning restaurant and offers a real vineyard experience. Gay owned and/or managed.The Montagu Country Hotel, built in 1875, is a beautiful Art Deco establisment and the oldest accommodation establishment in the Western Cape village of Montagu. It is a typical country hotel with an air of stylish simplicity. Gay owned and/or managed.Route 62 TourismThe Whale RouteAlternatively, follow the southern coastal road to the Hermanus region. Here a series of picturesque seaside villages boast some of the finest land-based whale-watching in the world from August to December, as well as spectacular mountain scenery and sandy beaches for swimming, bodysurfing and sunset strolls.Enjoy a nature walk among the spring flowers and mountain fynbos, or visit the villages of Arniston and Cape Agulhas – the southernmost point on the African continent. Nearby Gans Bay offers exciting great white shark diving and viewing excursions.Skuinshuis is a peaceful retreat in picturesque Vermont, on the Whale Riviera of Hermanus, with spectacular sea and mountain views of the famous Walker Bay. Gay owned and/or managed.Hermanus TourismCape Agulhas TourismThe Klein KarooThe Klein Karoo – little Karoo – is a wide vista of semidesert, with the name “Karoo” coming from the San word for “thirst”. There are many interesting things to see and do in the region. From port wine tasting to a visit to the world-renowned Cango Caves, or an ostrich farm, the area offers tranquility and peacefulness under a fire of stars at night.Die Gat Guesthouse is a farmstead and historical monument in the Middelplaas valley near De Rust. It has been home to the Schoeman family since the early 1800s. The old homestead’s character has been retained, such as the paint of German origin on the interior walls of the voorkamer (lounge), the original architecture and its picturesque gay friendly environment.Klein Karoo Wine RouteThe Garden RouteThe Garden Route snakes along the southern Cape coast, getting its name from the lush indigenous forests and temperate climate. This region offers a spectacular headlands giving way to superb Indian Ocean beaches. Behind the sand dunes lie wetland lakes, forests and soaring mountains. The route is perfect for both those wanting to relax – as well as for more active types, with a number of operators offering cycling, abseiling, bungee jumping, canoeing and kloofing (canyoning).Knysna, a spectacular lagoon, a lush indigenous forest and spectacular scenery. (Image: SA Tourism)Central to the Garden Route is the beautiful coastal town of Knysna, with a spectacular lagoon, a lush indigenous forest and spectacular scenery. Every May the town hosts the Pink Loerie Mardi Gras, a gay festival with four days of non-stop entertainment for anyone who enjoys a party. In July there’s the Knysna Oyster Festival, offering oyster braais, oyster tasting, oyster eating competitions and other molluscular activities, as well as live entertainment and lots of sporting events.Palms Wilderness lies near the Wilderness Nature Reserve in the heart of the Garden Route. Enjoy luxury en-suite double rooms with stylish ethnic furnishings in close proximity to ostrich farms, the Cango Caves, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay and Tsitsikamma National Park. Gay owned and/or managed.Garden Route TourismKnysna TourismPlettenberg Bay TourismThe Eastern CapeThe Eastern Cape stretches from Cape St Francis to the Wild Coast. Its attractive white beaches are backed by undulating rolling pastures, bushveld and forested dunes. This gentle beauty belies both the region’s bloody history and the drama of its interior, with the grand vistas and majesty of the Great Karoo and superb malaria-free game reserves. The Addo Elephant National Park is home to many wildlife species such as elephant, black rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard and many species of antelope.Elephants gather at a watering hole in Addo Elephant Park. (Image: SA Tourism)Elephant House is an exclusive thatched lodge in the sun-drenched Sundays River Valley on the edge of the Addo Elephant Park. Courtyards and deep verandas furnished with antiques, Persian carpets and the owner’s private collection of African art provide a wonderful ambience and cosseted luxury. Gay-friendly.Eastern Cape TourismGautengMoving north, the province of Gauteng is home to Johannesburg, known as the City of Gold and the pulsating heart of South Africa’s industrial and commercial life.The city has a thriving gay and lesbian community, with an annual pride march and a gay nightlife district called the Heartlands – a development bankrolled by the city to the tune of R32-million.Johannesburg is a cosmopolitan foodie heaven. (Image: SA Tourism)Close to the city there’s the beautiful Magaliesburg mountain range, ideal for hiking, picnicking and visiting game farms, quaint roadside shops, cheese farms, restaurants and more. Hartbeespoort Dam offers watersports and lazy days messing around in boats, while the nearby Cradle of Humankind World Heritage fossil sites have been developed to allow tourists to explore our fascinating origins.City of JohannesburgMagalies MeanderGauteng TourismCradle of HumankindCradle of Humankind World Heritage site allows visitors to explore our fascinating origins. (Image: SA Tourism)Kruger National ParkIn the northeast of the country lies the massive Kruger National Park, an area of land larger than Israel and teeming with all the African wildlife you could wish for. The park has its own rest camps, with chalets, camping grounds and more upmarket accommodation. If it’s real luxury you’re after, there are a number of private game farms on the border of the park where you can enjoy some pampering after a day in the wilds of Africa.Djuma Game Reserve is situated in the prestigious Sabi Sand Reserve next to the Kuger National Park and offers the best in game viewing, accommodation and service excellence. Guests have the choice of three unique camps, and can enjoy superb game drive safaris in open vehicles and fascinating game walks with well qualified rangers and trackers. Gay friendly.South African National ParksKruger Park Private ReservesKruger 2 CanyonsSabi Sands Game ReserveRainbow in Kruger Park. (Image: Barbara Eckstein)Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will be held May 21–24 in Lexington, Kentucky, and promises to be an experience jam-packed with ideas, innovations and solutions for the agriculture industry. The annual international conference, now in its 33rd year, draws more than 3,000 attendees from nearly 80 countries.Alltech’s Global Pig Marketing Manager Justin Ellis visited with The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins about the upcoming event and how to save money by registering this week!
Excuses have been given an entirely new dimension by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). If allowing girlfriend Anushka Sharma to stay with Virat Kohli in England for the first two Tests wasn’t enough to raise eyebrows, the pretext BCCI used to convince the team management is mind-boggling.BCCI told the management that the duo will get married very soon.Speaking to Mail Today, a BCCI official said that while there was a bit of a dilemma as to how the touring Indian media would react, the Board told the officials travelling with the team that it was just a matter of time before the duo ties the nuptial knot.”The team management was slightly taken aback when the BCCI approved Kohli’s plea of letting Anushka stay with him. But they were told there was no reason to worry as the two were planning to get married. And this isn’t the first time such a thing was happening. A captain’s girlfriend had travelled with the team in the past as well,” he said.In fact, the BCCI also told them that Kohli was smart enough to handle the situation and the media wouldn’t even get to know of Anushka’s presence -a definite error of judgment.”When the management enquired on how to handle the media if they questioned her presence with the vice-captain, they were told that Kohli can handle the media attention and wouldn’t let the cat out of the bag,” he said.On the view that Anushka’s presence had nothing to do with Kohli’s poor form, the official said: “Unlike football, Test cricket is played for eight hours. And when the mind is on picking and dropping friends, the result will be visible on the field itself. Off-field activities definitely play on the mind.”advertisementBut another official said that the sole reason behind the ruckus is the relationship status. “If the duo was married, nobody would have said a word. We all know how Indian culture is. And the lack of form ended up serving as fodder for the media. If he had scored runs, they would have ignored the whole issue,” he said.