continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Hundreds of credit union representatives who attend NAFCU’s 2019 Congressional Caucus will have the opportunity to hear from renowned journalists Gretchen Carlson and Major Garrett. Not yet registered for this year’s Caucus? Register before July 12 and save $200 with code CAUCUSAVINGS.“NAFCU and our award-winning advocacy team love having the opportunity to connect our credit union members with prominent lawmakers, administration officials and regulators during our Congressional Caucus,” said NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger. “This premier event allows credit unions to highlight the good work they do in their communities and for their 117 million members, in addition to effecting change on key policy issues, such as housing finance reform and regulatory relief.”Happening Sept. 8-11, NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus – sponsored this year by Visa – provides credit unions the opportunity to meet directly with their representatives and senators on Capitol Hill. Throughout the week, attendees will hear from influential decision makers and thought leaders on key issues affecting the industry and nation as a whole.Carlson will deliver Caucus’ opening keynote Monday. She is one of America’s most successful news anchors and a globally recognized advocate for women’s empowerment. In addition to hosting news programs and documentaries, Carlson is a New York Times bestselling author and was named one of Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World.”
BIG MEN ON CAMPUS: Tobi Ewuosho is averaging 12.9 points and six rebounds to lead the charge for the Hornets. Leon Daniels is also a big contributor, maintaining an average of 9.7 points and 4.7 rebounds per game. The Jaguars have been led by Ahsante Shivers, who is averaging 9.7 points.EXCELLENT EWUOSHO: Ewuosho has connected on 41.3 percent of the 63 3-pointers he’s attempted and has gone 4 for 9 over the last three games. He’s also converted 71.4 percent of his free throws this season.UNBEATEN WHEN: Southern is a perfect 7-0 when the team records 10 or more steals. The Jaguars are 9-15 when they steal the ball fewer than 10 times.STREAK SCORING: Southern has won its last eight home games, scoring an average of 80.3 points while giving up 64.3.DID YOU KNOW: Southern is ranked first among SWAC teams with an offensive rebound percentage of 32.1 percent. The Jaguars have averaged 11 offensive boards per game.___ March 9, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNo. 7 seed Alabama State (8-23, 7-11) vs. No. 2 seed Southern (16-15, 13-5)Southwestern Athletic Conference Tourney Quarterfinals, F.G. Clark Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. EDTBOTTOM LINE: Alabama State is set to take on Southern in the quarterfinals of the SWAC tourney. Southern swept the two-game regular season series. The teams last played on Feb. 22, when the Jaguars outshot Alabama State 43.4 percent to 25.5 percent and recorded seven fewer turnovers en route to the 12-point victory. Associated Press For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Alabama St. faces Southern in SWAC quarters
Related Stories FIGHTING BACK: After slow start, Syracuse’s offense breaks out in 13-12 win over CornellCometti scores career-high 4 goals, helps send Syracuse to win over CornellSyracuse switches between zone, man-to-man defense to shut down Pannell in upset win over Cornell Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 11, 2013 at 1:12 am Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ In the battle of the nation’s top feeders, Marasco won.He and Cornell’s Rob Pannell fought to run their respective offenses more effectively. And while Pannell exploded in the game’s opening moments, he was silenced for the final 54 minutes. Meanwhile, Marasco dodged and dished all over the Big Red defense. Cornell couldn’t contain the Orange’s top midfield line, led by Marasco, and with SU’s No. 22 paving the way, No. 7 Syracuse came back from 4-0 down to upset the Big Red.“JoJo Marasco’s a heck of a player,” CU head coach Ben DeLuca said.After the Big Red held Syracuse scoreless for the first six minutes of the game, Marasco streaked onto the field down the right wing. It was one of his first chances to stretch his legs all game.“We believe in our defense, though,” Marasco said of the scoreless opening. “They get us the ball a lot and it shows when we get the ball. We’ve been taking such good shots this year we were normally scoring with every possession.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMarasco settled the Orange into just its second set offense of the game, dodging from the point down the right hash marks where he hit Loy in stride to set up SU’s first goal of the game with 8:20 left in the first quarter. The game no longer belonged to Pannell.Defender Brian Megill silenced the Cornell playmaker for the rest of the game. Marasco assisted on Cometti’s goal to end the third quarter and scored one of his own to start the fourth. The Orange signaled that the final quarter – and the game – belonged to SU.Despite starting the game in a serious hole against powerhouse Cornell, Marasco was patient, pacing SU’s comeback. After the game, the midfield orchestrator was the butt of celebratory joking from his teammates.“So nice of you to join us,” Megill said to Marasco as the midfielder rushed into the postgame press conference. Marasco pointed to the chair he was trying to sit in, sandwiched tightly between Megill and coach Desko.“Take your time, take your time,” goalie Dominic Lamolinara piled on.It was just what he did all game, and it gave his teammates a reason to joke afterward, pleased with their monumental victory. Comments
AMES — California Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris calls President Trump “a crook.”“He’s just a walking indictment in a red tie,” Harris said earlier this evening.But during an appearance tonight in Ames Harris did not directly suggest impeachment as the means for forcing Trump’s exit from the White House. Harris did not mention the impeachment inquiry in the U.S. House or President Trump’s phone call with Ukraine’s president either — but the crowd erupted in laughter and cheers when she made a passing reference to Trump’s remarks this week about that phone call.“My background is as a prosecutor and I’m going to tell you something. I can recognize a confession when I see one,” Harris said, laughing along with the crowd.Harris accused Trump of taking the word of authoritarian leaders in Russia, North Korea and Saudi Arabia rather than the professionals the U.S. intelligence community.“Sold out our country and our nation’s security,” Harris said.Harris’ appearance in Ames is part of her retooled campaign effort in Iowa.
Scores of diabetic patients in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) have been complaining of having to incur additional expenses to purchase insulin medication and also the syringes for them to receive their treatment at the Suddie Public Hospital.The State-run medical facility is without insulin injections and syringes since late January, and although requests were made for additional supplies, there still remains a shortage.According to patients, they are given prescriptions to purchase the insulin and syringes and to return to have doctors administer same.This is causing great inconvenience, as many patients cannot afford to purchase the medication.Recently, several persons were admitted to the Hospital for hypertension and there is very little that medical practitioners can do. Pensioners are predominately affected, since they cannot afford to purchase the medication needed.“It seem as if we have to reserve to alternative measures of eating cucumber to lower we pressure, I have been never out of tablets or injections… it’s frustrating, I cannot afford this, my pension has to maintain me and I can’t ask my children,” a poor pensioner from Marias Lodge related.Residents are therefore calling on Public Health Minister, Dr George Norton to immediately intervene, since the situation had become extremely burdensome.Guyana Times was also made to understand that the Hospital is in need of additional medical supplies. A visit to the Suddie Public Hospital Pharmacy on Thursday revealed that essential medications are in short supply.
WiSAR Engineer Chris McDaid at work in the CoLab.A research company based at the Letterkenny Institute of Technology is literally pedaling its own way to success. The WiSAR Lab is now collaborating with the Northern Ireland Technology Centre (NITC) at Queen’s University Belfast to deliver a novel cycling product for Coleraine based start-up company Innovative Inventions Ltd.The project, which is being part-funded by Invest NI under its Grant for R&D programme, is aiming to develop an innovative product to enhance safety for the cyclist. The WiSAR Lab will be utilising its knowledge and capabilities in wireless and embedded systems and collaborating with the NITC, who are delivering the product design expertise, to provide a prototype solution for the Co. Derry based company.The WISER Lab team meet Enterprise Ireland Board. Photo Clive WassonSpeaking on the announcement of the project Fergal Tuffy, manager of the WiSAR Lab, said when Innovative Inventions Ltd approached them, they were delighted to be able to partner with the NITC at Queen’s.“The NITC are widely recognised as leaders in design, engineering and manufacturing. They are one of Queen’s University Belfast’s primary links with industry and have a strong international reputation. It speaks volumes of the capabilities that exist here at LYIT when we were asked to partner on this project and we are excited about the project that lies ahead.”The WiSAR Lab is an Enterprise Ireland funded Technology Gateway based at the LYIT’s CoLab facility. It uses its knowledge of wireless sensors, embedded systems and electronics prototyping to assist companies with research and development projects across various sectors in systems such as health monitoring, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and the optimisation of industrial processes.Fergal continued, ”In the current climate it is important for start-up and established companies to continue to innovate and enhance their products. John and the team at Innovative Inventions Ltd have a series of products that they hope to bring to the market so we hope that this will be the beginning of a long standing relationship.”John Milligan, Principal Inventor with Innovative Inventions, was delighted to be able to make the announcement.He said, “We have identified a market niche which we feel can tap into the growing cycling market. Cycling is the biggest single category in the worldwide sport market and was estimated at €38.5 billion in 2013. With government incentive schemes such as cycle to work and highly successful staging of the Giro d’Italia on both sides of the Irish border, the number of people taking up cycling is on the rise.“It really is a growth market and one which we feel could have great potential for us with our novel idea.” He concluded, “We feel we have chosen the best research and development expertise to develop our product and with the assistance of WiSAR and the NITC we hope to make it a real success.” To find out more about the WiSAR Lab visit www.wisar.ie or contact Fergal directly at the WiSAR Lab on 074 918 6462 or email [email protected] RESEARCH CENTRE GETS ITS ‘SPOKE’ IN TO HELP GET UNIQUE CYCLING PROJECT ON ROAD was last modified: July 1st, 2014 by StephenShare 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:donegalLYITWiSAR LAB