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"georgia tech university" Discussed on KCRW
"Quickly it a country sealevel rise that is because it is so hard to do science here this is the stormy east region of the stormy east continent on sometimes the weather is like this who surprise yourself even though it's actually quite warm on this one monitor it is fresh out here hello it took five weeks just to get the science teams in their equipment to the front of the class here only four people have ever been here before on the day with the advance party for this year's project there is a lot of digging the scientists need to melt ten tons of snow they use a bank of boilers to heat the water to just below the boiling point then spray it on to the ice to melt a hole this historic bulb bust on anyone has tried to drill down through this process beneath the six hundred meters of ice below me is the most important point total the point at which the place which the lord the team deploy a whole suite of scientific instruments into the water below the classic to collect information on temperature salinity and turbulence what about they even loads of bright yellow robot submarine cold ice the most important sensors on the vehicle or actually measuring the characteristics of the water Britney Schmidt is from Georgia tech university that tells you where the water formed and where it's coming from and how much potential it has for melting the entire west Antarctic region is uniquely vulnerable to melting the bad slopes downwards below sea level that means as the warm water melts the grass here it just exposes more and more ice David Holland is an oceanographer at the university of New York if we look here from east to west the ice front is ten times bigger than Greenland ice volume is ten times bigger everything here is way bigger it's just a different scale let's fire next interval enter the fray here seismologists use explosives to map the ground under the glass here the scientists think the wind and ocean currents on the coast of west Antarctica being altered by our changing climate of all in one minute thirty five the I. season going to vanish overnight it will take decades possibly centuries but this research has already shown it he is melting and that will make huge changes for us all in.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Lakers thunder game on TNT was an emotional one. For Russell Westbrook. The Oklahoma City point guard made history becoming the second NBA player ever to earn twenty twenty twenty triple double dedicated to nipsy. Russell Westbrook grew up in L A with the rapper who was murdered Sunday. Thunder beat the Lakers one nineteen to one zero three. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. Speaking of sports referees are under scrutiny like never before take the NBA, for example, using hundreds of screens connected to arenas giving referees. Another tool to get it right yet. People are angrier and angrier. But by what they think are bad calls bestselling author. Michael Lewis is out with a new podcast about what's behind this trend. Every mistake is now scrutinized scrutinize, and there's a mechanism for generating outrage about the mistakes, social social media all the force. Are there to attack them or amplified? And there's no they have the forces to defend themselves. Are are not. The podcast is called against the rules. Lewis on CBS this morning earlier today. Facebook says it's now stopped the practice of requiring some new users to hand in their personal Email passwords in order to get their Facebook accounts verified. This news comes on the heels of Facebook admitting it stored hundreds of millions of its users own passwords, insecurity, just two weeks ago. Facebook users are being interrupted by demand that they provide the password for the Email account. They gave to Facebook when signing up security consultant, Jay Williams, told the Daily Beast, that's beyond sketchy. Adding if that's what's required to sign up with Facebook. You're better off not being on Facebook in a statement Email to the Daily Beast after their report Facebook reiterated its claim that it doesn't store the Email passwords, but the company had recently been criticized for repurposing information at originally acquired for security reasons, speaking of security, online, more than one million people at Georgia Tech university have been the targets of a huge hacking effort, Georgia Tech says personal information was exposed for some. Current and former faculty staff students and student applicants they say. A central database was accessed by someone on the outside and their cyber security team is conducting investigation to figure out exactly what information was taken from the system that information might include names, addresses, social security numbers and birthdates tech says it learned about the breach late last month and at one New Jersey high school, it looks like an inside hacking job dump a couple of freshmen to fourteen year old boys are accused of hacking into the Hudson county high school WI fi shutting down the internet for days on end. So they could opt out of their exams. In fact, it made it impossible for students to take their online tests. The ninth graders are now facing third degree criminal charges. It's five twenty one. This is Dan Rae. There are thousands of reasons to lose weight Ellen from Belmont has hers have age of fifty six. She lost fifty six pounds. Thanks to awaken one. Anyway. Loss. My son was getting married in may of this year eighteen and so last may I contact them. I had done many many of the programs last weight and gave it back. So I was hesitant to do that again. So I reached out to them from the radio and hooked up with the leash. And she was wonderful. She's been so good. She really guided me through the whole loss and maintaining now. And it's been great. I haven't gained a pound. I've always loved shopping, but I like shopping even more now, you know, going into the smaller sizes great also entity I've had much more energy. I used to run before marriage, and I stopped running free as I couldn't run my knees my ankles, but inside lost it this spring. I started again. So what's stopping you? Visit any location or awakened.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Thirty minutes, or like, this is it he's going and then my dad would pop back up and after a Turkey sandwich. We were like. Just figure it out. I've heard from a lot of people's experience that there's also like things like the death rattle or the. Yeah, there's a lot of physical things that happen to a person when they're dying like hearing guests gasp. Yeah. Of air or or being told that should happen any moment. And then it's still like ours or a later, and you're kind of just it's. Were you aware of what was going on in that moment? Or was it just a complete out of body experience knowing that your dad was going to pass and just trying to be there for him be there for your mom and your sister. And also for you. It was weird because we had gone through the it was up and down and up and down one minute. They could do surgery the next minute. He was dying. Like, it was just every thirty minutes. It was I had grieved a thousand times by the time. He actually physically took his last breath. So at that point I was like oh thank God. You know, in a way, it was like just I don't want like the hardest thing for me. And the thing that I have flashbacks about is seeing my dad in that vulnerable position. That's where I might damn like being the adult in that situation and having that role reversal of now, he's the child, and I'm the parent which was just like, whoa. That's the kind of thing that keeps me up at night. And it's weird. He died about four fifty in the morning, and I always wake up before visiting. It's just one of those things. But it's a it's a weird I wake up, and then I can like piece I just. You know, look at the clock. It's four fifty and I fall right back asleep. Are there ever other moments in your life where you feel like he's with you or other thin time really all the time? But here's the thing. You have to ask for it. And I believe in heaven. I believe that when you pass you go onto your next life. But I think if you ask the universe or whatever you believe in for those signs, my dad shows up all the time. He was a alumni Georgia Tech university in Atlanta and a yellow jacket or a Bumblebee follows me everywhere to the point where like we could be somewhere like in Colorado where it's cold where they don't get Bs, and there's a B and people are like why is your a B round stop? It's my dad don't touch him. Like wild. I had not been stung by a bee.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on NFL Live
"Nine hundred ninety five what stands out about that. It's just grown in magnitude every year, it's become more. Glitz more glamor more out of control more chaos. And it's gotten to the point now where when you get to this point in the week you want to go play the game. You do. I honestly people keep asking me. I I don't know. How many I've been to? I it's been a long time, and I'm not going to age myself. So we will say no more, but there are many many great storylines leading into Sunday. So let's check them out right now. Here's what's at stake for Super Bowl fifty three. The Rams look to become only the second LA base team to win a Super Bowl. They would join the nineteen Eighty-three LA raiders who took down the Redskins in Super Bowl AT Jared Goff earned his way to a Super Bowl. Starting Justice third NFL season he could become the first quarter back take a number one overall to win a Super Bowl. It is I three seasons as for the patriots. They lost in the Super Bowl to the eagles a year ago. A win would make them the first two loser to win. It all the very next year since the nineteen seventy-two dolphin's forty one year old Tom Brady will look to the five father time become the oldest the bowl winning quarterback Sal paolantonio from with the patriots all week. Hey, there Susie the New England Patriots right now or at Georgia Tech university having their Friday practice, and there's a sense around this team that they're ready to play Super Bowl fifty three right now yesterday. Bill Belichick ordered a walkthrough practice rare for a Bill Belichick team. They went through a number of place at a slower pace allowing them to taper down the game plan for the Los Angeles Rams today is do your job day situational defense inauthentic third down fourth down in the fourth quarter. And of course, the red zone. No your assignment Bill Belichick, by the way, Suzy was asked whether he has any kind of Philly special play like the eagles ordered up in Super Bowl fifty two. And he said absolutely you want the right call and the right time the right situation absolutely Suzy bring on the trick. Lhasa Sal has been at the patriots Josina Anderson has been embedded with the Rams all week. She joins us from the. Media hotel downtown. So just let's talk about the Rams dynamic hidden, which won an amazing turnaround. It's been what's the secret to the success? Well, Susie one secret to Sean McVay success has been a treasured family member. Sean McVeigh said he talked to his grandfather John McVay ever since they earned a Super Bowl bid. And he says that grandpa John will be in attendance. And that quote means everything to our family. Sean says that the elder McVeigh who was with the forty Niners for twenty one seasons as an executive in help them to five Super Bowls was very instrumental in influencing his work ethic is attention to detail and also his communication style of treating people the right way. I Ashley McVay what has been signature to the culture and not only being able to get to the Super Bowl in his first two years as a head coach. But also in the ability of integrating dominant and mercurial personalities to create the chemistry to get here. Two words creating ownership. The biggest thing is is it starts with people. And these are all very smart players that are passionate about the game of football..
"georgia tech university" Discussed on Science for the People
"Welcome back. I'm here with Patricia young a mechanical engineer at Georgia Tech university in Atlanta, Patricia is a graduate student in the lab of Dr David who and his most well known for her twenty fourteen paper duration of urination does not change with bodies is with the paper like that. As number one. Is it any wonder that she tackled number to her latest paper out this year is called the hydrodynamics of defecation? Patricia. Thank you so much for joining us. How meeting here now you are a mechanical engineer, why are you studying pee and poop data actually fluid mechanics? If you can imagine there wars we mostly boost on waters, not found buddy lakes flashes. Aired conditions, but actually the full inside our body that keep us funding option. Are important in the awkward mechanics. And why is it important to study how long it takes animals two p m PU home he takes the time to be region of this is actually I would say be common burden of this study more important is we want to have a easy quick nothing basic tasks were bladder house or gut health. So if an animal takes a longer or shorter time to p for example, it might indicate something about their health. Yes. For example. I mean, people might notice there's a way range of my study in time like I say twenty one plus minus thirteen or twelve plus modest seven. So if you are twenty two seconds into twenty one year fine. But if you're like more than a minute than probably you should see a doctor now for your first paper on urination, you got video of. Different kinds of mammals peeing. Can you give me a range of some of the species that you got video of? Oh, yeah. So actually people thought I took all the videos, but most of the videos are from YouTube, and what was that search function like it's simple right into you will be surprised they actually come to in king video in YouTube. I use I'm surprised I really a little adult. Okay. Maybe anyway, so we do so cert- Ellen p or rhino key rhino urine or done any mental. He could think of as you just search name pretty much you can get off. And when you had all of your species, you ended up actually dividing your mammals into small mammals below three kilograms in larger ones that went up to about eight thousand kilograms, why did you draw that dividing line? Oh, shoot. I actually. Yeah. It'd be really I said, I got most of videos on YouTube Radi. But then some the animals they don't have it on YouTube, saying, bats rats mind, this common, let animals or some very big animal, and we want to know the details say elephants or goats. So I actually been then at zoo in on campus. So we've been out for small animals like as I said a for three kilograms they are actually doing this very high. Speed Joplin's, and you can only see it when you feeling with high speed camera and larger mammals produce you're in kind of a jet or stream why do small mammals have this high-speed droplets style. Should the reason why this small animals, they do droplets? It's because they're the name is calling you with rock, but you might be easy to understand by says p p pine desist from bladder cheat when he comes out so this time for the small act to narrow should they have very high resistance from viscosity surface tension, this resistance divided device. The drought the stream into droplets in the the small animals late like rats, mice embed, the actress weeks out this job blitz. So because there's too much resistance. It can't form a full jet. Yes. Before larger emerald it'll happen problem anymore like for smaller animals. I said three. Program like small cats, two lions, two elephants. Of course, they are yours route is way wider compared to a small rats. So they don't they servicing surface tension or viscosity are not that important. Now, you ended up creating a model for the duration of urination. How did you do it like what factors are really important for how long it takes to P in most important factors are the dimension of youth inches of urethra the Clinton the which stood the high up your throat and the wind up your Israel. We've found that were larger animals definitely have wider urine thrown in the with bureau so dictated how big your office is. So they're more flow, of course..
"georgia tech university" Discussed on WJR 760
"Because they think it's old school doesn't belong in the modern game still works pretty well. He never won over eight games and season. We watched Georgia win more and the fans get upset about that. Why can't you recruit more? He tries to explain because I can't find enough kids who can take calculus and computer science when they get to college. That's what they have to take at Georgia Tech university. So. We had an offside hold on the kickoff against Minnesota. So Juanita Thomas being helped off the field and Minnesota will be penalized five yards a kick it again from the forty yard line. Now also wanted to say that a break. This is the forty fifth bowl game for Georgia Tech. They have won four national championships. The last one in nineteen ninety one sixteen conference titles. The nineteen in bowl games joy. And. It started back in nineteen twenty nine. They won the Roseville. Played the Rose Bowl, the California eight two seven I'll tell you the story a little bit. Here's the kickoff by carpet and overran grab back at the two yard line by Jalen ask you. He's going to get up in the twenty to twenty five spins up to the twenty seven twenty eight yard line of value. Goes there. Right there. All right. So here's the sorry about that Rose Bowl. Back in nineteen twenty nine Georgia Tech was playing California. And there was a guy named ROY Regal's on California who picked up a fumble at the Georgia Tech thirty yard line. Here's the nose tackle picked up the club at the Georgia Tech, thirty to California. It started running the wrong way. And he was tackled at the one yard line was on one. California decided that they were just going to put the ball back. There had the punt blocked or a safety. And that was the difference in the ball. How about that? Marshall Carey the ball the left side yard or two jillion hop on the tackle. Not a different whole love. Usually when you have a Li like this time to take the lead up right now. Minnesota not letting up I like it. A doubt. Call eight to go. Marshall up under center, we'll be back now. Jordan mason. Run basic proper left side up over the thirty five thirty six yard line. It might be the best the other day five yards that might exceed all of their rushing total before that my job. Give him six yards. So it'll be third down to thirty seven on the laptop. Second quarter, ten forty to go Minnesota leading Georgia Tech thirteen nothing of the lane bolt. Brad store the leading receiver with fifteen catches. You heard me, right. This out to the right? Obsolete gonna keep it up. Over midfield. Tackled into the Minnesota band flow. Good. He put the walk the walk in the word. Put the wall. Bottom about five yards out of bounds. Yeah. He let it on the shoulder. He's filling that that was Carter Coughlin. Probably the best defensive player..
"georgia tech university" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of an annual economic forum which begins tomorrow, the two leaders are working on a possible agreement over the future of a group of islands which have been disputed since the end of World War, Two Japan. Likud the news in territories in Russia, then known as the southern krill islands. They were seized by the Soviet Union after the end of World War Two disputes. That has lasted for decades. They've already agreed five Aries to work on including tourism. This meeting is to work out the details. Russia is unlikely to give up. It's controlled if the islands does want to check Japanese investments in its underdeveloped far east region in Moscow Brett Cavanaugh will likely become the next Justice to the US supreme court Cavanaugh went through a long week of confirmation hearings in the Senate Judiciary committee last week. The committee's expected to move his nomination to the full Senate soon. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell wants to get cash. Confirmed by the time the supreme court opens its new term on October first the annual US news and World Report. College rankings is taking a new focus this year for the first time schools evaluated on how well they enroll and graduate low income students the top public school among national universities is the university of California, Los Angeles UCLA nails, the top spot in part because of its emphasis on enrolling and graduating low income students UC Berkeley, a second followed by the university of Virginia university of Michigan UC Santa Barbara university of North Carolina Chapel Hill UC Irvine Georgia Tech university of Florida and the college of William and Mary Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Olivia. Newton John is facing breast cancer for the third time in her life. The grease star says the cancer has returned in the form of a tumor at the base of her spine. The actress unveiled that she's undergoing radiation treatment and using cannabis oil for pain, Brian shook NBC. Newsradio at the top and bottom of every hour on air and online.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Deficit hawk i said yesterday republicans have potentially gotten to a very good place on agreeing how much the upcoming tax measure might cost once the senate's tact writers have blended together ratecuts additional revenue raised through covering tax curbing tax breaks and the beneficial effects of what he called progrowth tax reform senator pat toomey said we'll have something for you later on on wednesday here's a republican from pennsylvania of participants in the negotiations from the party's more aggressive side on tax cuts now corker didn't offer a number but familiar officials with the senate budget panel discussions said the allowance for the tax measure would amount to one point five trillion dollars the figure allow deeper cuts to tax rates that would be allowed if republicans follow through on earlier promises that their upcoming tax overhaul would not add through the deficit that would represent an aboutface for top capitol hill republicans such as senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan who had for months promised it would not add to the the budget deficit currently estimated to rise about seven hundred billion dollars this year corker said he's willing to be flexible with revenue estimates and said i'm all for progrowth tax reform put over a decade it needs to pay for itself the divide between senate gop deficit hawks and the supply side wings as to be overcome before action on this polls tax measure can commence in earnest republicans breached a hard line on the deficit while barack obama was resonance but are taking a more lenient approach now that president donald trump is occupying the oval office unlike the house senate republicans aren't planning to pare the tax measure with spending cuts three people face charges after violent clashes with campus police at georgia tech university following a vigil for students fatally shot by police officers according to a university spokesman yesterday while he shot and killed scout see aged twenty one saturday night after the fourth year student called 911 two report and armed and possibly toxic hated suspicious person the georgia bureau of investigation said the gbi yesterday identified the officer who shot schaal says officer tyler back but did not provide any other information about him beck is on paid leave pending the outcome of the investigation georgia tech said on.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The deficit that would represents an aboutface for top capitol hill republicans such as senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan who had for months promised it would not add to the budget deficit currently estimated to rise about seven hundred billion dollars this year corker said he's willing to be flexible with revenue estimates and said i'm all for progrowth tax reform through over a decade it needs to pay for itself the divide between senate gop deficit hawks and the supply side wings as to be overcome before action on this paul's tax measure can commence in earnest republicans preached a hard line on the deficit while barack obama was president for taking a more lenient approach now that frozen as donald trump is occupying the oval office unlike the house senate republicans aren't planning to pare the tax measure quit spending cuts three people please georges after violent clashes with campus police at georgia tech university following a vigil for students fatally shot by police officers according to a university spokesman yesterday shot and killed scout you'll sage 21 saturday night after the fourth year student called 911 two report and harmed and possibly toxic hated suspicious berzin the georgia bureau of investigation said the gbi yesterday identified the officer who shot shoul says officer tyler back but did not provide any other information about him deck is on paid leave pending the outcome of the investigation jordi tech's said on its website this is america's morning new were the nation's news breaks america's morning okay two.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of real hunger homes in the predominantly buddhist nation is more than five hundred thousand people roughly half of their population have fled to neighbouring bangladesh over the past year most of them in the last two weeks and they are still leaving piling into wooden boats taking them to a sprawling monsoon in drenched at refugee camps throughout bangladesh in his speech yesterday myanmar leader aung sang suu kyi did not address the united nations statement that the army has engaged in a textbook case of ethnic cleansing instead he told concerned diplomats while many villages are destroyed half of those are still intact you win general secretary antonio guiterrez through the general assembly yesterday i take note of suit keys speech chris lewis founder of the oregon project of which works to improve condition poor ethnic minorities that this is the worst crisis in roy tanga history security forces have been burning villages one by one in a very systematic way a and it's not going to end any time soon using a network of monitors blue of 10 her agency or meticulously documenting tracks of villages that have been partially or completely burned to the ground in three townships of northern raquin state which is where the vast majority of myanmar's one point one million row hang up once lived this of painstaking task because there are hundreds of them and information is almost impossible to verify because the army has blocked access to the area satellite imagery released on human rights watch yesterday showed massive amounts of scorched landscape and you the total destruction of two hundred in fourteen villages sixteen of twenty one roy think of villages in the northern part of the rut dong township eight village cracks have already been targeted three campaign reporter hangers who were displaced during communal riots five years ago were also torched to the ground three people face charges after violent clashes with campus police at georgia tech university following a vigil for a student fatally shot by police officers according to a university spokesman yesterday though he shot and killed scout.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"On the show today at one attitudes towards free speech amongst millennials is dangerous and frightening we'll talk about that plus there's a new survey out that shows that may be the worries that kids are growing up too fast are now being reversed our kids growing up to slow i'll explain also protests well really riots on georgia tech university last night over the shooting by police of a student activists who had a knife and was going at police what have we come to you as a nation we are now protesting and rioting over the idea of police protecting themselves and us let's see to be where we're headed and nancy pelosi gets a dose of her own medicine and it's not pretty will the left ever stop shouting down everybody will talk about it all from one until three here on wbal newsradio 1090 now more news with bill vanko on wbal newsradio 1090 and the wbal app the president's loud sabrerattling this morning did absolutely nothing to take the bloom off wall street where the numbers continue to grow higher the dow is up by 35 points the sp is up little over three the nasdaq up eleven and oil prices are down in the mid forty nine dollar a barrel rink shift wbal newsradio 1090 traffic and you won't be wasting a whole lot of that gassama the only right now traffic running pretty smoothly their midday work zones on the interloop on the key region on the interloop kurdish creek both along the right side of the roadway has also been midday work along route fifty indianapolis area fifty eastbound at route boulevard that takes away the right side of the roadways well traveling on the baybridge degrees of working west found in the left lane too lines available each way the 83 seventy and seventy five and ninety five north and south of baltimore running well on the eastern shore in fact is going to be in delaware coastal highway delaware one is going to be shut down between bethany unduly because the ocean has breached the the dunes just north.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on KOMO
"The united nations today look for him to call out what one administration official called a shared menace in the destabilizing activities of countries like iran and north korea the residents also going to address the enable men to the north korean regime but officials would not say if that would include a direct message to china karen travers abc news traveling with the president in new york president trump's one time campaign chairman is feeling more heat from the russia investigation if prosecutors from special counsel robert muller's team follow through with a reported bread former trump campaign chief paul manafort would be the first indicted in the russia investigation fbi agents raided metaphor it's home over the summer and the new york times reports prosecutor threatened him with an indictment last friday a manafort former spokesman spent more than two hours before a grand jury manafort himself had been wiretap before and after the election as federal authorities investigate whether he encouraged interference by his russian client let's abc's aaron katersky president trump's oldest son donald trump jr is opting out of secret service protection the agency citing policy is refusing to comment on the decision the caribbean is getting pounded again is the second category five hurricane in two weeks plows through maria passed directly over dominique last night the strongest hurricane to ever make landfall on the island robin stern lives and martinique which also felt maria as one hundred sixty mile an hour winds crazy howard irony there's no battery taking aim at puerto rico now two police officers hurt and a patrol vehicle set on fire left side of the campus of georgia tech university the protest sparked by the fatal police shooting of a student over the weekend protesters gathered for the fourth night in st louis outside of jail where other demonstrators are being held the crowd demanded their release but there were no arrests you're listening to abc.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on KOMO
"Sound of another category five hurricane in the caribbean maria battering the islands of guadeloupe and dominico with wins over a hundred and fifty miles an hour and more islands now stand in the storm's path he owns a hotel in the british virgin islands damage by herbal she is now bracing for what comes next it can't get much worse than what it is so we have to pull together as a community as a family and just hunker down and get on with our day maria maximum sustained wind speeds currently one hundred sixty mile boro rivers abc news at the four that sort of rico in the us virgin islands also bracing for maria tropical storm warnings are up along the east coast to the outer bands of hurricane jose it'll stay well out of the atlantic but they have heavy rain and strong winds from new york up to boston president trump back in new york city and getting ready for today's address before the un general assembly president trump takes centre stage today at the united nations speaking to leaders from nearly every country he's expected to outline his america first policy agenda for a global audience and explain his vision for the us role around the world the white house sees this speech as an enormous opportunity to demonstrate american leadership and values officials say the president has spent considerable time crafting his remarks karen travers abc news traveling with the president in new york new president also expected to call on countries to be more selfreliant while also pushing for international support against iran venezuela and north korea they are doubles between police and protestors last night at georgia tech university the protest sparked by the police involved killing of a student over the weekend officers say the student was unruly and they say.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on WCHS
"Maria battering the islands of guadeloupe and dominico with wins over a hundred and fifty miles an hour and more islands now stand in the storm's path he owns a hotel in the british virgin islands damage by herb she is now bracing for what comes next it can't get much worse than what it is so we have to pull together as a community as a family and just hunker down and get on with our day maria maximum sustained wind speeds currently one hundred sixty mile boro dome rivers abc news at the four sorta rico in the us virgin islands also bracing for maria tropical storm warnings are up along the east coast to the outer bands of hurricane jose it'll stay well out of the atlantic but they have heavy rain and strong winds from new york up to boston president trump back in new york city and getting ready for today's address before the un general assembly president trump takes centre stage today at the united nations speaking to leaders from nearly every country he's expected to outline his america first policy agenda for a global audience and explain his vision for the us role around the world the white house sees this speech as an enormous opportunity to demonstrate american leadership and values officials say the in has spent considerable time crafting his remarks karen travers abc news traveling with the president in new york the president also expected to call on countries to be more selfreliant while also pushing for international support against iran venezuela and north korea there are doubles between police and protestors last night at georgia tech university the protest sparked by the police involved killing of a student over the weekend officers say the student was unruly and they say he was armed with a knife there were more protests in st louis overnight as well but they remained peaceful those demonstrations following the acquittal of a white police officer in the shooting death of a black man six years ago you're listening to abc news maybe it's a pair of shoes maybe it's a certain bike.
"georgia tech university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Lawyer plan to speak out about the incident why didn't they use pepper spray or taseer's i think that's a fair question you're i don't know that i want to jump to any conclusions yet because there's probably a couple of weeks worth of information to come out a campus police didn't carry stunguns a spokesman for georgia tech's told cnn so there's a question these these these colleges i don't care if at georgia tech university of georgia university of tennessee or berkeley if you're going to have armed police in this day and age with police shootings in these things getting so toxic in out of hand why not always arm them other taser so there's the answer to it but that does have become the fault of this individual police officer necessarily i'm not giving any body the pro where the kind yet but if they don't carry taseer's they can't use them i skipped that part now scott schultz according to the state investigative bureau the state investigated bureau gbi referred to show referred to schultz as a male so scott schultz but he or she now goes by scout and the family says that the pref the preferred way of referring to scout schultz or scott schultz is them quote them so it's like two people in one schultz described themselves as bisexual non binary and intersex on the website for pride allowing alliance i told you that all of this transgender stuff now i'm not trying to be what people will call a big here call me whatever the it is a sickness it is high depression and there is a high likelihood i heard of at least an attempt for suicide and we are in racing and indulging in encouraging this behavior to try to normalize it with the thinking that there would be a less suicide aired you've got someone who is in georgia tech not not anything to sneeze at as far as an institution for nearing and technology i mean it's a good one they are studying for a masters they are the lead of the pride alliance in their community they didn't just i mean in their college they in just get that by being you know in incompetent but at.
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"A fair question you're i don't know that i want to jump to any conclusions yet because there's probably a couple of weeks worth of information to come out it campus police didn't carry stunguns a spokesman for georgia techs told cnn so there's a question these these these colleges i don't care of its georgia tech university georgia university of tennessee or berkeley if you're going to have armed police in this day and age with police shootings in these things getting so toxic in out of hand why not always arm them or the taser so there's the answer to it but that does become the fault of this individual police officer necessarily i'm not giving any body the pro where the kind yet but if they don't carry taseer's they can't use them i skipped that part now scott schultz according to the state investigative bureau the state investigated bureau gbi referred to show referred to schultz as a male so scott schultz but he or she now goes by scout and the family says that the pref the preferred way of referring to scout schultz or scott schultz is them quote them so it's like two people in one shorts described themselves as bisexual non binary and intersex on the website for pride allowing alliance i told you that all of this transgender stuff now i'm not trying to be people will call a big here call me whatever the it is a sickness it is high depression and there is a high likelihood of at least an attempt for suicide and we are in bracing and indulging in encouraging this behavior to try to normalize it with the thinking that there would be less suicide aired you've got someone who is in georgia tech not not anything to sneeze at as far as an institution for engineering and technology i mean it's a good one they are studying for a masters they are the lead of the pride alliance in their community they didn't just i mean in their college they in just get that by being you know in in competent but at.