For sophomore Katie Pryor, the worst thing about having celiac disease on campus is being locked into eating at the dining halls. “If I miss a meal at the dining hall,” she said, “I miss a meal.” Pryor was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease freshman year. She cannot have any gluten — a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, oats and hydrolyzed oils. “For the first three weeks, I had fruit and vegetables for every meal because I didn’t know what to eat,” Pryor said. Jocie Antonelli, manager of nutrition and safety for Food Services, said her department uses many mediums, including a website, signs and e-mails to reach out to students with dietary needs. “We want to keep students safe,” she said. Measures to keep students safe range from specially prepared meals and shopping for specialty foods to rearranging cereals and salad bars for nut and egg allergies. “Eating is a part of the college experience,” she said. “We want all the students to be able to participate.” Antonelli works one-on-one with students to teach them what is available in the dining halls for different food sensitivities and allergies. “We want students to have as close of an experience as other students have,” she said. Antonelli introduced Pryor to Chrissy Andrews, a 2010 graduate who founded Gluten-Free ND (GFND). “She took me out to lunch three days in a row and went through the whole dining hall menu and what I could eat at the Huddle and other places,” Pryor, now secretary of GFND, said. GFND meets weekly in Walsh Hall to discuss problems and solutions to eating on campus. The group sends e-mails to Antonelli about any concerns or ideas the group has and also sends e-mails to the Huddle with lists of gluten-free products to stock. “We are trying to get more fresh food on campus,” Pryor said. She said on-campus eateries are getting better at adapting to gluten-free foods, little by little. Other special food needs on campus include lactose intolerance and religious requirements. Amanda Bremer, a senior and resident assistant (RA) in McGlinn Hall, has learned to live with lactose intolerance, a sensitivity to milk and milk products. “At first I just couldn’t have ice cream. Then it was sour cream, then yogurt, then cheese,” she said. “This was slow, through the first half of the semester freshman year.” But Bremer said she didn’t turn to help from Food Services. “I made a list of what I couldn’t have through trial and error,” she said. Some times of the year are harder than others, Bremer said. “During Lent [is the hardest time],” she said. “To substitute protein, the dining hall puts cheese on everything. By the end you don’t have many choices.” Bremer said problems also arise with club events, including pizza or ice cream, or when the Huddle discontinued selling soy ice cream. Nevertheless, she has found creative ways to enjoy places on campus. “I don’t want to make a big deal out of it because there are worse allergies and intolerances,” she said. “[On-campus eateries] do have enough variety that I can enjoy myself.”
View Comments Harry Melling in ‘Hand to God'(Photo: Tristram Kenton) Hand to God will close early in the West End. The Robert Askins play will play its last performance at London’s Vaudeville Theatre on April 30; it was originally scheduled to run through June 11. The production, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel, opened officially on February 15.In Hand to God, the good children of Cypress, Texas, are taught to obey the Bible in order to evade Satan’s hand. But when students at the Christian Puppet Ministry put those teachings into practice, one devout young man’s puppet takes on a shocking personality that no one could have expected.The West End cast features Harry Potter alum Harry Mellling as Jason, Olivier winner Janie Dee as Margery, Neil Pearson as Patsor Greg, Jemima Rooper as Jessica and Kevin Mains as Timothy.The Broadway production concluded its run at the Booth Theatre earlier this year.
Australian pension fund Cbus targets carbon-heavy coal and gas investments FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The Guardian:Construction and mining industry super fund Cbus says it will slash emissions from its investments by 45% within the next 10 years, putting carbon-intensive companies on notice that they will need to demonstrate how they will cut greenhouse gas emissions in order to stay within the fund’s $54bn portfolio. Cbus has also expanded an existing pledge to hit the Paris agreement target of zero emissions by 2050 in its property and infrastructure investments to cover its entire portfolio.Its chief investment officer, Kristian Fok, stopped short of ruling out any investment in new thermal coalmining but said any such business would face an extremely high hurdle to attract Cbus’s money.“I’m not going to rule out anything, but the hurdles are going to be so high for these things, because the way we would see it is that it would have to be highly competitive against the alternatives,” he said. “Basically, we now have a [carbon] budget in our portfolio, so it would have to be more compelling than something else.”Institutional investors such as pension and superannuation funds have been ratcheting up the pressure on big emitters, such as mining companies, to slash their carbon output.In April, Norway’s US$1.1tn Government Pension Fund Global, one of the world’s biggest investors, put BHP on notice that it needed to get out of thermal coal or the fund would dump its stock in the company. At the same time, it announced it had sold its stake in Australian energy company AGL, which owns coal-fired power stations including the carbon-intensive Liddell plant in New South Wales.Asked if Cbus would be willing to take shares in a BHP coal spin-off, Fok said the new framework wouldn’t stop the fund from doing so. “But what it does make us look very carefully at is what price we’re paying for it,” he said. “In relation to thermal coal, we would look at it in relation to the global economy. But it’s quite clear the lifecycle of thermal coal is shorter than the next fossil fuel, which is gas – but the lifecycle of gas is shorter than what it used to be as well.”[Ben Butler]More: Construction and mining industry super fund puts carbon-intensive companies on notice
By Andréa Barretto / Diálogo March 26, 2020 On March 18, 2020, Brazilian Army (EB, in Portuguese) service members deployed near the Brazil-Venezuela border to stop the entry of Venezuelans into Brazil.The soldiers followed the orders of the Brazilian government to partially close the border to curb the spread of the coronavirus in Brazil. The order will remain in place until at least April 2. Only goods will be allowed into the country.On March 19, the Brazilian government also decided to block land borders with eight neighboring countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Paraguay, Peru, and Suriname. The Federal Police is tasked to enforce the decision, and also counts on EB’s support. The movement restriction applies to the population, not to the transport of goods.Air and maritime borders are also restricted. The entry of foreigners coming from the European Union and China, among other countries, is temporarily prohibited through airports. Cruise boarding and disembarking are also interrupted.The decision regarding tourist cruise ships was made after a passenger tested positive for coronavirus on a ship flying the Bahamian flag that was docked at the port of Recife, in Pernambuco. The ship was detained at the port, and about 600 passengers were kept in isolation on March 12.On March 20, the first group of tourists disembarked with help from the Brazilian Navy’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense. The tourists got off the ship gradually, based on a required screening process. The passengers were taken to the airport to fly back to their countries of origin.Operation COVID-19Border control is only one of the Brazilian Armed Forces’ measures for Operation COVID-19. This operation, launched on March 19, outlines the use of military forces in support of Brazilian health and public security agencies to curb the spread of the virus that has caused the pandemic.Military institutions were required to make their personnel, operations, and logistics resources available. Representatives from the three forces coordinate and plan activities from a Joint Operations Center set up in Brasília.“This is a war. The enemy is invisible, fierce, and determined in its actions. In times of war, the Brazilian people can count on the Armed Forces,” said Brazilian Minister of Defense EB General Fernando Azevedo.FrontlineOn February 26, Brazil had the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Latin America. Since then, most countries in the region have taken rigorous measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 in this part of the continent. Border closure was only one of the initial measures.Currently, a majority of the cases are concentrated in Brazil, followed by Ecuador and Chile. Ecuador declared a state of emergency on March 16, with a nighttime curfew for all citizens. During the day, people can leave the house to buy food, medication, and other basic needs. Driving is also limited, and both land and air transportation are banned between the country’s provinces.Chile declared a state of emergency for 90 days, which enabled the government, with help from the Armed Forces, to ban gatherings in public spaces, control the distribution of basic supplies, establish quarantine and a curfew, and limit the transit of people through cities and the country as a whole.
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Lifetime Achievement Award – Frane SkoblarAnnual award “Anton Šifanić” – individual – Ivan SabljicAnnual award “Anton Šifanić” in the category of company, institution or association – ID Riva Tours GmbH Last year’s winners for 2018 were: The award is given for 2019, as a special recognition for the exceptional contribution of individuals and companies and / or institutions in the development of tourism in the Republic of Croatia, and applications are accepted until November 17, 2020 by 12:00 p.m. The award can be given to individuals, companies and / or institutions and / or associations (Anton Štifanić Annual Award) and an individual for lifetime achievement (Lifetime Achievement Award). The incentive for awarding the Prize to the Commission may be proposed by all natural and legal persons of the Republic of Croatia. Photo: HTZ The Croatian National Tourist Board recently announced a public call for the Croatian Tourist Award in 2020 in the category “Man – the key to success, employee of the year”, And now an invitation is open for two categories – as the Annual Award”Anton Štifanić“And the Award for life’s work. The public call is available on the official one page of the Croatian National Tourist Boarde, and the application form is available via the following links. The selection of the winners in 2020 within the category of the Croatian Tourist Award is exceptionally carried out within the changed time frames in relation to the prescribed propositions and procedures due to the circumstances caused by the coronary virus pandemic. Related news: CNTB opens online applications for the Annual Croatian Tourist Awards
Why Unai Emery will consider shock deal to sell Arsenal star Alexandre Lacazette Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 20 Feb 2019 10:49 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.4kShares Comment Advertisement Emery favours Aubameyang in a central role (Picture: Getty)The Spaniard favours Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in a central role and, though he admires Lacazette, Football.London claim the Frenchman is expendable and could be sold this summer if the right offer arrives.AdvertisementAdvertisementAt 27 years of age, Arsenal could likely command an increase on the fee they paid for Lacazette two years ago and could use the funds to reinvest in more urgent areas of the squad.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalThe Gunners are desperate to sign a centre-back this summer, while replacing Juventus-bound Aaron Ramsey is another priority.The club’s transfer budget is yet to be determined and is highly dependent on the club’s chances of reaching the top four or winning the Europa League.Should Emery reinstate the Gunners into the Champions League, he could be handed a budget of around £80m and given any profits from player sales to invest in the squad.MORE: Alastair Cook explains why England are ‘absolutely’ favourites to win World Cup Advertisement Arsenal could cash in on Alexandre Lacazette this summer (Picture: Getty)Arsenal will consider cashing in on Alexandre Lacazette this summer in order to reinvest in other areas of the squad, according to reports.The Frenchman, who joined Arsenal from Lyon in 2017 for a fee of around £52million, is a popular figure at the Emirates and has 12 goals in 33 appearances this term for the Gunners.Nevertheless, Unai Emery is working on a tight budget at the Emirates and is keen to offload Mesut Ozil in a bid to free up significant space on the club’s wage bill.Lacazette has started 18 league matches this term but is often substituted and has done little to disguise his anger at the consistency with which Emery takes him off.ADVERTISEMENT
Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 27 Jul 2019 7:41 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.1kShares Advertisement Advertisement Comment Unai Emery’s budget is not restricted to £40m (Picture: Getty Images)Unai Emery’s summer transfer budget is not restricted to just £40million, according the Arsenal’s managing director Vinai Venkatesham.It’s been a relatively slow summer for the Gunners, with Real Madrid loanee Dani Ceballos, 18-year-old Brazilian Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba – who is being loaned straight back to Saint-Etienne – the only arrivals at the Emirates, and not many more expected through the door.The transfer budget was thought to be limited after Emery’s failure to guide the Gunners back to the promised land of the Champions League, with a figure of £40m bandied around.However, Venkatesham insists that is not the case and that transfer chief Raul Sanllehi has not been set fixed parameters in terms of a summer budget.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I don’t recognise this £40m figure, I have read it a lot, Venkatesham said. ‘That doesn’t come from us, that doesn’t come from the club. Arsenal chief Vinai Venkatesham reveals the truth over Unai Emery’s transfer budget Vinai Venkatesham discussed Arsenal’s summer budget (Picture: Getty Images)‘The numbers never come from us. We never ever, ever, ever talk about how much money we have to spend because that’s the least helpful thing you can do.‘Raul’s job is hard enough, if you go into a negotiation and everyone knows how much money you’ve got, it doesn’t really help.‘It is true that our funds are more limited after three years in the Europa League, but the budget isn’t £40m. We have the budget to make a difference, but as Raul says, this is a particularly tough window and we’re in the middle of it. I sense and understand the frustration, but there is a huge amount of misinformation out there in the market.‘I read and am sent articles about players we’re supposed to have missed out on and they’re players we’ve never even talked about. I get why sometimes it’s hard for fans to understand what we’re doing, but I’d say that’s because about 85% of what you read just isn’t true.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal
Layvin Kurzawa agrees deal to join Arsenal from Paris Saint-Germain Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 18 Jan 2020 10:16 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link16.4kShares Layvin Kurzawa is set to join Arsenal on a free transfer (Getty Images)Layvin Kurzawa has reached an agreement to join Arsenal this summer, according to reports in France.The Paris Saint-Germain left-back is out of contract at the end of the season and would be available on a free transfer.The French champions are open to selling the 27-year-old during the January transfer window and Arsenal have held talks over a potential deal this month.But according to France Football, Kurzawa has now agreed a five-year contract with the Gunners and will join them in the summer.ADVERTISEMENT Layvin Kurzawa is out of contract at the end of the season (Getty Images)The report also claims that Mikel Arteta is a huge admirer of Kurzawa and has ‘repeatedly’ told Arsenal’s hierarchy to step up their efforts to sign him.AdvertisementAdvertisementInter were also interested in a deal for Kurzawa but the defender refused their approach and has opted to join Arsenal.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityKurzawa was signed by PSG from Monaco for around £20 million in 2015 but the French defender has fallen down the pecking order and has started just six games in Ligue 1 this season.As he is out of contract at the end of the campaign, PSG have been demanding a fee between €5m and €7m (£4.2m – £6m) from Arsenal to complete a deal this month.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Comment Advertisement
Governor Wolf Orders PA Flags To Be Lowered to Half-Staff at Capitol Complex and Dauphin County November 06, 2015 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Flag Order Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all Pennsylvania flags at the Capitol Complex and at Commonwealth facilities in Dauphin County lowered to half-staff effective immediately until sunset on Monday, November 9, 2015. This is in honor of U.S. Army Corporal Martin King, a soldier from Tower City who went missing 65 years ago during the Korean War. His remains were recently identified and are being returned home on Saturday, November 7. Burial will be with full military honors at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery on Monday, November 9.All Pennsylvanians are invited to participate in this tribute.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf