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Israel, Denmark and Austria join forces against COVID-19
"And Denmark are joining forces with Israel to produce second generation vaccines that will work against different mutations. The Austrian chancellors have countries could no longer be dependent only on the EU for the production, her second generation vaccines. The Danish prime minister said of the vaccine program. I don't think it can stand alone because we need to increase capacity
Meisha Ross Porter named New York City Schools Chancellor
"Misha Ross Porter, a New York City native and former Bronx schools executive superintendent, is the next chancellor of New York City schools. On supporter who's taking over from resigning. Chancellor Richard Carranza has a big task ahead. She has to lead a return to traditional in person learning after the pandemic left many of the city's one million students in
Richard Carranza Resigns as New York City Schools Chancellor
"Friday he's stepping down, was asked if it should be viewed as leaving because of disagreements with the mayor. I'm leaving because I need to take care of me and I I need time to grieve this city. This school system deserves a chancellor who 100% is taking up the helm. Miranda says he's lost 11 family members and close friends do to Corona virus and needs to take time to grieve, long time educator and current Bronx superintendent Misha Porter will take over his chancellor. And I promise we'll do everything. To reopen schools, starting with high schools were ready to go. We'll expand the learning opportunities and do more to address trauma and academic needs. New York City health officials say they
New York City’s Public Schools Chancellor, Richard Carranza, Will Resign
"So. New York City schools Chancellor Richard Carranza said today he was stepping down his leader of the nation's largest school district, leaving as city officials are scrambling to bring students Bank into the classrooms. Carranza said he was leaving to take time to grieve after losing several family members and friends
New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza Stepping Down
"Will resign as chancellor of New York City's public school system, the nation's largest. He'll be doing that in March. This was just announced and apparently, according to The New York Times. The abrupt move comes after disagreements between Shaq horrible shocker Mayor Bill de Blasio and Mr Carranza over school desegregation policy. It reached the breaking point in recent weeks, and, according to sources, the long simmering issues between the two came to a head. Earlier this month during a heated conversation over the future of gifted and talented classes, and Mr Carranza had drafted a resignation letter right after that meeting, but he didn't immediately quit. And this
Vaccinations up, closures down ahead of New York City middle school reopening
"WCBS news time. It's two of five and it's happening about 62,000 middle school students and 60,000 staff members expected back in New York City public schools later today. Here's schools Chancellor Richard Kuranda because we had invested already prior to the pandemic in social emotional, supports trauma, informed curriculum and training. We were well positioned auras well position as we could be during this pandemic to really start ramping up rather than started from scratch. Now the question is, when will high schools be resuming in person learning? Carranza says they are
"America is back," Biden tells Munich Security Conference
"By video link at the Munich Security Conference. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron also spoke NPR's Rob Schmitz was watching from Berlin. Welcome, Rob. Hey, Howdy President Biden emphasized today that he is reaffirming America's commitment to the transatlantic relationship. What else did he have to say? He had a lot to say. First off. He really hit home that Europe is a cornerstone of America's approach to the rest of the world, and that the transatlantic alliance is more important than ever, he pointed out. The West faces a new set of challenges. He mentioned the strategic threat of China as well as Russia and, of course, the Corona virus pandemic. But he said one of the biggest challenges the West faces now is that as we gradually come out of this pandemic, he said, many people in the world are wondering if autocracy Has emerged as a better system for governance. And he said the U. S and Europe need to work together to show the world that democracy will prevail. Here's what he said Democracy doesn't happen by accident. We have to defend it. Fight for it, Strengthening renew it. We have to prove Our model is in a relic of history. It's a single best way to revitalize the promise of our future. And the response from Germany or France. You know, Merkel and the crone got right down to business. Both of them reacted with the kind of a laundry list of items that have built up over the past four years that need to be done multilateral approach to vaccinations for the developing world, reinvigorating The Iran nuclear deal. The Paris climate accord Afghanistan, you name it, these air all issues that from the European perspective have suffered from neglect under the Trump administration. And have been festering over the past four years. I spoke to Sudha David will of the German Marshall Fund after the event, and she told me it's clear. Both Merkel and McCrone are thrilled that Biden has reaffirmed the transatlantic alliance. Europe needs a strong U. S. And buying, I should say, because Merkel is now a lame duck. She's going to be inward looking as she looks to preserve her legacy, which has taken some knocks lately because Germany has not done a great job dealing with the second phase of pandemic. And Micron is going to be busy with an election in 2022. But are the French president? Macron did say that the EU needs to be more involved with its own security going forward, and we've been hearing that for the last couple of years. That was a complaint from former President Trump that that you needed to spend more on its own defense. Are they actually doing that? They are And as you mentioned, your former president, Trump spend years badgering them about this. And in today's speeches, both Merkel and McCrone pointed out there spending more than ever on defense and Grown even went so far to say that Europe should spend even more in the future because, he said, the U. S is clearly focused on China and in the Pacific region more than ever. And that means that Europe needs to step up its own defense to better manage threats in its own neighborhood. That's NPR's Rob Schmitz. Joining us from Berlin. Rob, Thanks for your reporting. Thank you. What is the point of buying something now? If you can't
5 New York City public school students died by suicide this year
"Been taking a terrible toll in illnesses and lives on our society at large. And today we're learning of the tragic impact that covert 19 Has been having on New York City's public school kids. WCBS reporter Rich Lamb is joining us now now rich. How did the details of this very sad story come to light in the mayor's briefing? Well, Linda, a reporter asked the mayor about schools Chancellor Richard Carranza's statement at a recent public meeting, expressing concern about the rising suicide rate. In New York City's public schools. Well, it turns out that in New York City, five public school students have committed suicide so far this school year. Three in the last three weeks Now for public school kids took their own lives over the entire 2019 2020 school year. Bear de Blasio labels. The student suicides painful. And as possible factors sites. The trauma of the pandemic that a number of students have lost loved ones are missing their usual rhythms of life, including going personally into school and are suffering as a result of isolation. Rich. This is just such a tragedy. What actions are the de Blasio administration talking about taking well, Linda first, the mayor says That's why it's imperative. We bring back school as quickly as possible. Means Thean person school, he noted. Middle schools are back next week, and they're working on getting the high school's restarted, which is a lot more complicated, but the mayor underlined But now every single school has mental health services they can plug kids into, he said. The school system is trying to make sure that guidance counselors, social workers principles that everyone's thinking about if there's a child with a mental health need That they're speeding those services and supports to them, But the mayor underlined. It's not easy when kids aren't in person, he said. That's what's causing. So much of the problem. As the mayor put it. We're really trying to help every child. But the best thing we can do is to get kids back into school as quickly as possible.
Washington, DC teachers’ union votes against authorizing strike
"In D C. Where, Despite safety concerns, teachers will not be walking out. In a letter to schools Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair being mayor Mariel Bowser. The Washington teacher's union says its decision to vote against a strike makes clear to desire to work with district leaders. The union says it would now like to work with officials to create a situation room to help better identify and respond to emergency issues. They'd also like to see reassurance safety guidelines are being followed. The union's president, pointed out numerous reports of violations and a recent death as her main concerns. Over the weekend, A cosmetology teacher died of health complications.
Washington, DC teachers’ union votes against authorizing strike
"Some D C. Public school students are back in the classroom, and teachers want to make sure schools they're safe. But we're learning that despite concerns over safety from some staff members, the teachers union will not strike in a letter to schools Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair being mayor Mariel Bowser, the Washington teacher's Union says its decision to vote against a strike Makes clear to desire to work with district leaders. The union says it would now like to work with officials to create a situation room to help better identify and respond to emergency issues. They'd also like to see reassurance. Safety guidelines are being followed, the union's president pointed out numerous reports of violations and a recent death as her main concerns. Over the weekend, a cosmetology teacher died of health complications. And so far, 107 D C. Public schools, employees and 34 students have tested
Washington, DC teachers’ union votes against authorizing strike
"Members of the Washington teacher's Union have voted against authorizing a strike. But in a letter the union is asking the mayor and schools chancellor to establish a situation room. That would be designed for urgent issues to be identified and addressed within a 24 hour period. The union also wants Morte to be done to prevent the spread of covert 19 in schools, it says. Last week as some in person learning resumed covert 19 exposures forced five different classrooms to convert back Virtual classes, Washington Post reports. The union's decision prompted the city's lawyers to withdraw the request for a temporary restraining order that it had filed to legally stop them from striking double d. T. O P has reached out to D. C public schools for comment so far. We have not received a response.
New York City to Reopen Middle Schools
"In two weeks. WCBS reporter Rich Lamb has details. Saying, This is going to be great for New York City Mayor De Blasio announced that middle schoolers sixth through eighth graders whose families had previously opted for it will be returning to the classroom on Thursday, February 25th. We're really excited about that. We know kids are ready come back. Teachers and staff are excited to see the kids again Teachers staff for coming on the 24th to get ready and schools Chancellor Richard Carranza noted. Teachers returning to in person instruction are being given priority for vaccine at Says, and we're hiring additional staff to support our situation Room in responding quickly to schools were adding teams to conduct right weekly testing in middle schools, as well as continued weekly testing in all of our elementary schools, and the mayor declared, I want to get our high school kids back during the course of the current school year, but underscored High schools are a more complex situation. Rich lamb. WCBS news radio
New York City Public Middle Schools Set To Reopen February 25th
"In person learning is set to resume and city middle schools on February 25th. They had been closed down since November. The schools within person classes are required to test 20% of students and staff each week. Officials say they now have the testing capacity to extend that now the middle schools schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. Nothing can replace in person learning and the support that our students receive in person. We're so thrilled to be able to provide that. And I won't come. It won't come without additional support because we will not compromise on safety. We're hiring additional staff to support our situation Room in responding quickly to schools were adding teams to conduct weekly testing in middle schools, as well as continued weekly testing in all of our elementary schools. 62,000 middle schoolers have signed up for in person learning. No word, though, and when high schools will be reopened, Elementary school students return to the classroom back. On December. 7th
Health officials worry Super Bowl could be a COVID super-spreader
"Now to the coronavirus crisis and the race to get americans vaccinated today snowstorm failing to stop that effort at a mass vaccination site at six flags in maryland. Despite some positive signs involving the number of new cases in hospitalizations fatalities remained stubbornly high with more than four hundred sixty. Three thousand american lives now lost and with the super bowl tonight concerns that watch parties could fuel yet another surge. Here's abc's trevor. Tonight super bowl festivities underway across the country. Fans lined up outside bars in tampa. It's harder to kind of maintain social distance. When there's so many people out health experts sounding the alarm about superspreader potential. I am worried about today. being super spreader event. We've seen this. After a lot of events and a lot of holidays. The warning comes as the university of north carolina's chancellor promises and investigation into students flooding. The streets late saturday celebrating a rivalry win against duke in spite of school officials urging them not to and in colorado with the governor dialing back corona virus restrictions restaurants. They're ready to welcome larger crowds. We were sixteen and a half people last night and today we're allowed thirty three with cold weather. It makes a huge difference officials. Fear coming super bowl. Surge could undo progress. The us has finally started to make with daily cases falling fifty percent from their january peak president biden. Making this plea. I hope people if you're watching. Be careful this weekend marking one year since the us lost its first life to covid. Nineteen worth four hundred sixty. Three thousand more. Americans have died
Arbitrator clears way for Washington DC to resume in-person learning despite union concern
"The D C. Government is Father temporary restraining order to prohibit the Washington teacher's Union from talking about any type of work stoppages and connections. A D. C schools reopening tomorrow. Seven page filing was submitted to D C Superior Court in a news conference today, Mayor Bowser said any teacher absent without leave would be in a workplace violations. Just like anybody who sitting here when your boss tell us you that this is your location to go toe work, that's where you gotta be. Well. That quote came following a question from Perry Stein, Education Schools reporter for The Washington Post. She joined me earlier tonight to talk about the battle between D C teachers and schools that he has been trying to reopen its schools and by reopening in there is Partial reopening. Still only 9000 out of 52,000 kids are expected to return tomorrow. But the city has tried twice now, once in the fall and once in November, so this is the third time to reopen schools and both the previous two times a failed and now they're getting close to the start date, which would have been today But it's no day so now tomorrow, and they want to make sure that when the teachers show up now, the union says they still have a lot of safety concerns and they don't feel ready. At least some members of the union say that Have you talked to any teachers yourself without naming names? You say I'm not showing up. They have an address our concerns about safety, So I'm not going any general sense of who might not show despite the government's actions illegally forced him and what kind of action could the union take going forward? The union right now. I did talk to President Elizabeth Davis of the Union today and she said, you know, she made very clear that they have not voted on a strike. They have not decided that That's the direction that they want to take. And it's unclear if that's what her members want. What she did say was that they were going to take it to a vote. So they have 5000 members that includes some retired teachers, I believe and They were going to vote this week on what kind of collective action if any, maybe they don't want to take any They want to take and you know, there's what we call work stoppages or strikes and second range from anything from a sick out to staying remote when you should be going in person to what you would traditionally think of that the strike and just quickly But any action like that would be illegal, wouldn't it? In D. C. You are not allowed to public employees Public government employees are not allowed to struck. That is correct. That's Perry Stein Education in Schools reporter for the Washington Post, D. C. P S Chancellor Dr Lewis therapy, telling our news partners and NBC for that quote, D. C. PS fulfill this health and safety commitment to students and staff and these measures were reaffirmed by an arbitrator's decision made over the weekend. Our schools are safe. And we know the best place for students to learn is in the classroom. Our students already our building's already are stamp is ready. DCP s is opening our doors
Man who wore horns at riot willing to speak at Trump's trial
"The suspect who took part in this month's U. S. capitol insurrection shirtless and wearing horns is being offered as a potential witness in Donald trump's impeachment trial Jacob Chancey of Arizona stood out among the mob with a furry hats spawning horns out of his head in a red white and blue painted face and no shirt the self proclaimed Q. anon shaman charged with civil disorder and a number of violations told investigators he went to the capitol at the request of then president Donald Trump who had summoned patriots chancellor's lawyer says he wants his client to have a chance to tell senators he was incited by trump and now that the former president refused to grant a pardon chance Lee and others feel betrayed prosecutors allege chan's Lee had a spear attached to a flag he was carrying and left a threatening note for Mike pence Jackie Quinn Washington
E.U. leaders consider travel bans, faster vaccine rollout to contain coronavirus variants
"And good afternoon from rather balmy zurich. For this time of year we begin. Today's program in this part of the world where you leaders have been holding late night. Talks in a bid to coordinate their response to the spread of virus. Brussels has stopped just short of an outright ban on non essential travel between member states but warned tougher restrictions could come within days if efforts to curb the virus fail. Well i'm joined on this topic right here in zurich by monocle twenty four security correspondent beds banners. Also at the center for security studies at eight hundred are good afternoon. Beco- can often entirely Surprises out of this. But maybe before we get to surprises. Maybe just bring us up to speed what happened amongst all of those same samsung screens. That you leaders had to look into the hours this morning. Indeed was a four hour online summit as one does these days the ninth. Eu summit actually since the pandemic has broken out and well. Let's say we had a fairly good picture even beforehand. What they will discuss. And what the actual positions of countries are we had a number of statements for example by the german leadership chancellor merkel but also her chief of staff saying that they may be forced to close borders even though this is a measure they they will not really want to take. It should be a drastic measure Dustbin luxembourg's prime minister. Probably most outspoken. Saying closing the borders in two thousand and twenty was a mistake. It would be a mistake to now so these were the positions hence also know very clear decisions. It's fairly vague at this stage. What was decided that indeed non essential travel across borders should be restricted. But it's not clear to what extent by what measures where exactly was on the lion. Eu commission president only made one thing. Clear that at this stage but that may change. That should not be blanket closure of borders at least that okay. So what you're saying. The distillation of that is no no no great surprises. We knew or this is going to go Now we also seen other other measures which have of course now been adopted by member. States individually France announcing off the back of this. That they're now going to expect that people will have to have a cronut s going into the country Can't be older than seventy two hours. Of course something which almost seems to be coming standard these days as much as they want to threaten. They were talking in the language of over the next days. But we know that this is kind of a grip on on the virus with the spread of it in the next few days So was this a little bit of. I don't want to say An exercise in pr to be seen to be doing something because the eu stands for sharing the who's built Really the foundations of its brand around the notion of open borders. There is certainly an element of pr in that and understandably so because we all remember last spring when countries unilaterally without coordinating with very neighbors Closed their borders full. Well sometimes even essential travels it was. It was quite strict at times We all remember that and now obviously the eu is trying to to appear that. They've learned from that that they want to coordinate on this. And that's why this summit has the border issue on agendas strongly to actually prevent countries from implementing measures. But as you just hinted these national measures are still really important where the france opposes the requirement to have a negative. Pcr tests for covid. That actually makes a huge difference. For whether belgians or luxembourg ins spanish people across the border to go grocery shopping or apply for jobs and so on so we still have these national measures. They have to be national also. Make sense it's it cannot all be e you wide but certainly there was a political push to appear like there's coordination. We're only seeing that in coming few days of an all. These suggestions that have been made will actually be put into detail and so it all comes down to the detail how this will be implemented.
10 Trivia Questions on Real Names of Rappers
"Jake. Seven dollars trey songz hundred and fifty dollars and someone named Kill boy is fifty bucks so there you go a bunch of wrappers on cameo just wanted to lay it down with some prices before we get into today's episode. We're going to do that right now. Ten questions unreal names famous rappers. Let's get into it here. We go it is real names of rappers time. Here's question number. one. Sean carter number one. Who is a rapper. Aka. sean carter number one and number two belka lease almonds are belka lease almonds are number three. Aubrey graham. who is that number three aubrey. Graham question number four. Christopher wallis number four christopher wallace and number five naseer jones naseer jones number six on ika meraj number six on onondaga mirage. Rapper number seven austin post number. Seven austin post anna berate dwayne carter junior number eight. Dwayne carter junior followed by number. Nine william drayton junior number nine to juniors in a row number nine william drayton junior and your last one number ten chancellor bennett chancellor bennett. Those are all of your real names of rappers. Let's see if you could decode who they were with their stage names. In just a second we are back with the real names of rappers number. One sean carter was none other than jay z. Rapper and mogul jay z. Sean carter throwing the diamond up number two belka lease elman. Czar cardi b. is the translation there cardi b. number three. Aubrey graham is drake from canada number. Three drake number four. Christopher wallace r.i.p. The dettori is b. I g number. Four chris wallace notorious. B i g number five naseer jones took the first three letters that name became. Now's a ass now's number. Six mirage is pretty close to nikki. Manosh that sounds like Like how my mom would be like. Yeah i saw that nikki massage. But she would get all wrong and she'd say mirage number six number. Seven austin post is post malone who i read got his name from online rap name generator which would be very interesting. Austin post post malone number. Eight dwayne carter. Junior is wayne lil wayne and number nine william drayton. Junior is flavor flav
"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast
"By the. Are you being the the the only covid secure university but actually you do have a compass and people work there and students study at it. So i'll be really really fascinated to know what your plans offer january and the year. Yeah we are in a different place. No sorts of ways compared to the rest of the sector which i think actually has been doing an amazing job but yes we we have a real campus milk gains and we've got sites in manchester and nottingham as well. Of course our nation offices in cardiff belfast and edinburgh very much a four nations university and always having to work with the different policies of the four governments. So we tend to adopt an approach at the moment of going with the <hes>. <hes> most safe vicious and guidance of one of the four jurisdictions in terms of what we do across the four nations so just one example of the many ways we have to work as very much a four nations university in everything we do even more normal times so that's added an extra complication for us in terms of what guidance and what measures do we actually follow as one university across jurisdictions. But we've had our challenges in the first lock down. We had to move nearly four thousand stuff off our campus about four thousand of our staff. The ucla were already hung based so we've got a lot of understanding how homebase works. But we have to adopt. And we're still having to adopt. We research students and researchers on campus. Where that research is essential in terms of lab provision. We're not going to have to manage these huge population movements though of students going home coming back to campus which very much reflects the <hes>. The unusual situation in the uk of how dominant the residential sector is in higher education with these huge mass migrations of young people <hes>. Beginning and end of term. So yeah what we have to do is is different. But like every university in the sector putting the wellbeing and health of our staff and students <hes>. First and that is how we are working <hes>. But i wish the secto with managing the scale of these population movements over the coming weeks and months
"vice chancellor" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The money taking authority trying to get over again. I don't believe the fact that they don't have money. I think they're bluffing. I think they're trying to get a check from the government. Me personally, I could be wrong, but I don't believe them at this point. I mean, everybody's struggling. Yes, but the empty has been making money all these years. Where's all that money going? The empty, eh? We'll talk more about this that they're meeting this morning. They say they're hoping for the best and planning for the worst should start preparing One shot. 10 10 wins here. The Rockefeller Center station wins news time a 45 back to the breaking news this morning about the vaccine visors saying it's vaccine 95% effective. Joining us live on the 10 10 wins news line. Dr Reynold, Planetary vice chancellor for translational, medicine and science at Rutgers University, Doctor, Thank you so much for being with us. Yes. Good morning. Good morning. Is there any reason that this vaccine from Fizer would not get an okay from the FDA? Well, the FDA a cruise, efficacy and safety, So I'm sure that this point with the EU, a going forward there closely looking at the safety signature of the vaccine, But by all accounts, this is a safe vaccine, so I think it's going to go through pretty pretty smoothly. Okay? And you know, and yet doctors. Some people are skeptical. They say my goodness, this is fast to clear a vaccine. Somebody on our Twitter feed. Writing to win saying wasn't really cleared. Do we need to be skeptical about this or no? No, I don't think so. I think all eyes are on the development of the clinical development of the vaccines. There's many companies in play. Um, I think the comment here is that we haven't had a pandemic in 100 years. This was all hands on deck and full throttle forward s. Oh, I don't think there was any cutting of corners. I think people stood up to the challenge work incredibly long and hard hours and recruited. Quite aggressively so that we would have an answer to this this pandemic. Well, that is very, very encouraging to hear. Let's talk a little bit about what happens next. So five. You're saying it's 95% effective? It goes to the FDA. We're expecting clearance. When could the first Americans start getting the shot? You know Anthony Fauci and suggested that it was unlikely We were gonna have a vaccine by the end of the year. I think The good news here is we may have truthfully, some people getting vaccinated before year's end to who will a vaccine go initially? Well, don't we first responders, the health care workers who are manning the front lines. They have to take care of individuals who are ill s O. I think that that will likely be the first go and then it'll be those who have immuno compromised conditions. Likely the next go. It's not who's going to get it. But how I think the logistics here and consider the logistics of vaccinating millions of people, just the logistics of producing that many doses. Is formidable. It also has issues around the freezer stability. The visor product has to be at a ultra cold freezer, uh, to prevent it from degrading. So there are some logistic hurdles that we have to face s O for the Visor vaccine, which needs to be frozen of Where then? Would you go to get the vaccine? Would it be Ah, local pharmacy. Uh, would it be a vaccine center set up by the government? That's a very good question. The freezer that's required is minus 80 C. That is minus 96 F. So that is, uh, that's about five times colder than your typical freezer that you have in your kitchen. Thies devices are require certain types of electricity, so they're gonna have to be distribution centers distribution centers that are gonna be strategically located. That condemned distribute to sites for the vaccination. So there's an entire logistics that has to be worked out now. On the typical retail pharmacy does not have access to this kind of a freezer. So you know there are some some hurdles. Yeah, um, fewer hurdles for the Moderna vaccine because it seems like longer than this, But just this Monday, we got word from motor know that their vaccine was 94 a half percent effective. And I had read Doctor and correct me if I'm wrong about this, that the mod Erna vaccine didn't need that type of refrigeration that we've just been talking about. You're absolutely correct. In the development of the modern, a vaccine. They must have had a special sauce, so to speak, that it does not require the ultra refrigeration. The visor does that both of these have the same platform they are him are in the A Vaccines vote will require two doses. The differentiator there is the modern of product will not need the the ultra refrigeration compared to find, sir said the logistics maybe somewhat simplified. Okay. Dr Reynold, Planetary Vice Chancellor for translational Medicine and science at Rutgers University. Thank you so much for speaking with us this morning. Have a great day and be safe..
"vice chancellor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs at Vanderbilt and the school's athletic director she's Vanderbilt's first female athletic director and the first African American woman to head an SEC athletics program we have been serving as interim athletic director since February Tom Brady's journey to each of his nine super bowls with the pats will be the subject of an ESPN series titled the man in the arena Tom Brady set for release next year the nine episode series will include a look at Brady's perspective on the six titles and three defeats the Superbowl he was a part of Alabama coach Nick Sabin scolded the Crimson Tide mascot big al for not wearing a mask and not maintaining proper social distancing is part of a public service announcement released today by Alabama football probably because they want to make sure everyone knows Alabama's gonna do all the right things when it comes to a return to sport we just talked to Paul Levin about what would happen if college football didn't return them to the tune of four billion dollars a lot to parse when it comes to the return of college sports what it means for a school to welcome back athletes and how they then must return to to welcome back students as well since the athletes are supposed to be student athletes up perhaps even more questions at the collegiate level because of the inability to have quite the same bubble because lack of payment there's enough problems at the professional level when players are being promised a pretty sizeable sum of money to put themselves at risk how so do you then convince collegiate athletes to do so without any of that money especially when we're hearing that some MLB stars for instance might be better suited sitting out the example of Mookie Betts is one that I immediately had had me really reeling the Jordan because the superstar who has been traded to the Dodgers before this season was set to play just one year in LA and then be available in free agency to sign a massive deal so you think they M. V. P. former MVP set to make massive box in a long term deal wouldn't wouldn't you don't consider risking illness risking injury risking something that could affect his ability to play long term for far less money in a shortened season on a team for which you may not be playing in the future there's really very little incentive there other than if he was you know struggling for cash and needed to make whatever he could which I sincerely doubt base somebody's already make true and this just goes back to how he discusses his decision if he says I don't feel comfortable returning much like anybody with any job people would understand that not argue now is he came out this being bookie bets and said look the money is not good enough for me to return the money I stand to make down the road no I'm not going to play the that's also known as the Blake Snell approach as he was very different situation but it's not going this is why this is why it's different because of the crux of it it's the same thing what if people know what you just said you just said this is why it's different because of the crux of the same thing I know I'm still yeah because that's what they it's not different because at the crux the reaction will be the same it will be for Mookie Betts that's the point I think that people would hear that and say yeah that makes sense because I don't know the people would necessarily even think if you got a full salary that it would be worth Mookie Betts a full salary risking losing out on the lawyer treasure you seek is in a contract yeah so if he's under contract under contract not to play in a pandemic those under or that he believed would be one way now not to play that sport while at risk I don't know if people would even argue that at full salary he should play knowing that he has this long term deal in fact come all about how that message is delivered if the message is delivered with him saying yes in the face of a pandemic I don't feel comfortable absolutely people going understand but he makes it about a money thing we still stands to make millions of dollars this year people are going to perceive it a certain way like they are with all these athletes as it pertains to return he will be thrown in that same bucket logic will get thrown out that door does he have a legitimate gripe there yes but if he makes it about the money it's the same thing people aren't going to want to hear yes I think it'll be any different I think there are certain people that you're absolutely right and they're the same people that didn't think the players should ever have any say about anything because they're rich in regular time yes I think that is not a majority I think there is a big difference and people who will take even a moment to hear the difference between Blake's now and the guy who is on the cusp of signing a long term deal who would be playing for a shortened season at very big risk I think people would react to that differently there's a handful of players that I think are in that very specific situation now if you're just talking Bryce Harper or known on earth you know maybe not knowing or not because we know he wants to be on the move as well but let's say you know Bryce Harper Manny Machado or some big you know big big big paycheck guys we've already made enough money and they set out then you're right they will absolutely get raked over the coals for making it about money or for admitting that it's about money for me I think the reason Mookie Betts in a situation stood out is because it is much more of a risk than even other players because it's a health risk and it's about missing out on what is an almost guaranteed massive deal coming up those other guys have already made those deals are getting that guaranteed money I'm so it's worth noting that there are players in the MLB that may consider this not worth returning and then what does baseball do how do you move forward if there are certain teams whose very best players are not even involved in the case of the NBA it's pretty different Jordan you can absolutely finish out the playoffs and be missing some of the worst teams in the league and I don't know that people would care much you know you could have the warriors beat a team that you know this kind of says we're done and Steve Kerr's basically already set that right it's that we kind of are treating it like the off season or early within weeks ago now is that fear maybe not maybe if your team that's in the top eight you're set for the play after looking at the other team saying well that's not fair that they don't have to make this difficult decision to return or not but I do think the NBA would be able to return finish out the season with the teams that are in post season or close right anyone that's within the realm of a couple games and not have it be a big effect I think we've got some Stephen a Smith found out because he seemed to have an opinion about you know whether or not it would really matter especially based on the time of year that's I'm not sure about that part of it here's what's Stephen a Smith said if we're talking truly about safety then why would we have on necessary individuals involved in the process there are twelve at least twelve teams that have no business even being thought about this time a year in a bid home anyway I mean we want to go role they would be able to be home we are now in the made it would have been all watch it anyway we don't miss them okay well and when we get to July everyone would have been home casting the theme that one Roche the idea that like the entire season moved on regularly except for the ones that would be computer that doesn't make sense to me but I think I agree with him that if you know sort of in for all intents and purposes when it comes to you know what matters those teams had already been out of it then there's no need to insert them back in particularly if there's some major risk to any of those specific players now if there's a major risk we should be playing anyway nobody should be playing right if we're really concerned that none of these teams should be into it but if if it was easier to get done and if it was just a focus on the ones that were competing I wouldn't be totally against that if this is not going to cost too much of a an additional financial blow I mean it it one point you got to look at this and say all it does is at risk by having a nineteen forty six Cleveland Cavaliers team be a part of this bubble or if you want to add I mean you can go down the list a gold state fifteen fifty team a Minnesota nineteen forty five that's just added more bodies to a bubble and then you're juggling even more personnel that you don't need to have if the approach is going to be willing to play a few more games leading into a postseason did do you need those great teleport are those games now that's a numbers crunch but if you're looking out and saying that number is not worth the risk of having more bodies down there then I said to heck with those teams they're on their way out anyway if the games there's just no room for it right now if the dollar signs can't won't be to compromise there I think it makes complete sense and it has to be something flirted with to not have these bottom feeders go down to be a part of the bubble if it's presumed to go where we think it might doubt Orlando it is a well water sports complex it's raining company Sir Spain Jordan Cornette on ESPN radio yeah I mean I think there's obviously no need to add them if the goal for the end of the season is to crown a champion but they have been saying they would prefer what would amount to a seventy game season yes I don't know if that's to clean up those last couple playoff spots I don't know if that's to make a certain amount of money in television if I recall correctly Adrian Wooldridge it'll say yesterday if you got just certain number and I believe seventy games was that number that's when you hit most of what the TV regional deals would need in order to get most of the full amount that you're owed so that could be part of it and as we keep saying money is the ultimate driver here and so you may offer this up as the championship is the reason but the championship is the reason because the money that you get for having a champion which tends to be related to that TV stuff so maybe maybe it's a moot point in the end or maybe it's less about safety and more about we need all these teams to come back to hit this number yeah and that then that'll be a question it we're just not privy to right now but yeah I guess the biggest thing to take away from it is a lot is still on the table and again we're watching a very patient and be a commissioner and also players associate a players union that is sifting through all these things are being rather mom about you know what where it's really headed to because we've heard some things but somethings are still very clearly on the table so it's not outlandish here any of these ideas and think that they're being floated it could potentially be what.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Australia's far-right vice-chancellor Heinz Christian Schroeder has been embroiled in a corruption scandal, and Amnesty International says a coach of impunity is fueling rights abuses in Sri Lanka now, later today, the final of is sixty fourth Eurovision song contest will take place in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv. Twenty six nations will compete in this annual musical extravaganza. Not all of them are European entries from Azerbaijan arguments, about whereas Janis on the mat. Australia's certainly isn't European. And of course, Israel last year's winners among tonight's Eurovision as it's commonly known is widely considered the most watched non sporting event in the world. With television audiences estimated to be up to six hundred million. Well, the BBC's Paul Hanley will certainly be watching all over the first time in many years that he's just been bemoaning. He won't actually be attending the contest. It wasn't my choice was now regretting it never mind. Anyway, he's here which is marvelous low Judean last week on the program. I know you hear sitting in this chair talking about some of the political controversy, Madonna is going as well, as she is she wasn't, and then she was, and now she is again, and what she doing while she's annoying, people who want to a boycott of the Eurovision, because it's being hosted by Israel and supporters of Palestinian rights have lobbied for for people to stay. She's there and why issue that because she's promoting a new single, she can have a six hundred million audience. She's going to be owning a million dollars for singing to Soanes live on stage. And she knows that the marketing power of Eurovision that three years ago. Justin Timberlake harnessed when he appeared and had the biggest selling single in the history of the world practically you're going to give us a rundown. You of some of your favorites tonight, I just can't do Eurovision without a taste of the music starting with plink Cottee, Plunkett, old-fashioned favorite of mine this year. Denmark's things don't get to political. No one's convinced. We can dream. Here's a little bit of Denmark for you. It's a multi lingual effort lamb away peculiar levers for the Netherlands is next. And then and it's a very current number. I'm demonstrating northern Europeans donors. This is no away a little bit of Saami singing. We like a bit of ethnic, but obviously brought in says nothing too much. This is this is spirit in this. It's a great song. One of the favorites as ever Sweden. Is it too late for love the song, I think it could win with a possible winner Sweden. If John Lynn Vic did wing, he'd be the first of black person to win. Eurovision. What.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Students who were part of the fees misfold protests. I don't think much has changed in terms of access to education students still don't have funding. So the system is failing students we still have a number of students were sleeping in libraries right now, then have defined themselves. Squatting with trains still have to find themselves being in educational system. That is just not comfortable, we just want free education. But we've never spoken off the millions of youth that want to access the kitchen where is the infrastructure young people to not day. Where is the skills based development? It's not the infected looting Kim for old people are dying education. Officials insist the subsidy has led to an increase in students from poorer backgrounds existing higher education. The World Bank is to mates that the cost will more than double by twenty twenty two to twelve billion dollars per year. The land warns that this isn't sustainable in the long term, especially if the economy continues to grow at less than two percent. But at verse university vice-chancellor, Adam Habib says excess to quality education is the only way to fix address. So Africa's inequality y'all be I think you should work because if you're going to be serious about the digital transformation of the global economy, then you actually need skills. And actually, we need to ensure that skills address most importantly, we need universities to address inequality. The access problem is allow people from v. Unity's to get access to the top universities. But you've got to ensure quality because if they get quality than they get jobs. Did you get.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Science Show
"Well, as usual, the honest was replete with scientists university of Queensland, vice chancellor, Peter Hoy is an enormous to one of the most important research fields the study of wine, and he got an AC the top gung, Liz Dennis from SIA sorrow plot industry, also an AC and she discovered the gene for flowering. But we think to control the time of flowering is got obvious implications for horticulture to prep spread out the time of flying. If the fruit crops to try and put niche crops into particular environments, if we could make cotton-flower Alie, perhaps we could extend the range of cotton crop. If we can make wieght flower particular times, perhaps we can get better yield to extend the range, which you can grow. You would get a bigger crop yield by manipulating the flaring. Yes, we feel sure of that. But it may be say to avoid drought. If it was a bad drought. You could just rescue the. What's that your head and make them? Flour harvest thin rather than drag out over the summer in the drought without being able to make any more sugar or make any more seed having talked on the grapevine or on the Email about your results. What do you think the reaction's going to be as potential we think that it's terrifically important? This is one of the major genes that controls flowering at Sogenal disorder, the natural, gene. It isn't a mutant Tajan that seems responsible for the big variation in flowering time that you get between plants that are growing highlighted shoots up in Sweden, for example, and plans to grow in the Mediterranean, and it looks as the same. Jane that's going to be important in the Brassica. The also drapes canolas through using it's going to make a terrific impact on people who are interested in the mechanism flying. And also those who might want to manipulate flowering for agricultural purposes lose Dennis now, an AC. Si, si SRO in Canberra, and the flowering gene is set off in advance by cold winters. So will it now be affected by climate change, hugely significant work, our, congratulations? Meanwhile, professor Mark Johnson. From the university of Queensland is a professor of innovation and he received an AO. This is from assign show awhile ago, we can be wonderfully innovative in Australia when we get up in the morning. We might use on deal flush toilet have a breakfast of vegemite. An Aspro to overcome the hangover. We got from drinking the wine casks the previous night clean our shoes with Kiwi polish gopher swimming Speedo owes fund our way using Google maps on wifi make our teasing. Zip instant hot water. Do some woodworking on our TRITON workbench and some gardening with dynamic lifter and a two stroke lawnmower bought with polymer banknotes inside. Doing we are immersed in Australian product innovations when we add some of the organizational innovations in the public sector such as the flying doctor service or surf clubs or the higher education contribution scheme will service innovations such as Macari banks funding of infrastructure, then we have much of which we can be proud. My point is we can do better. And we need to do better all world's economies are becoming more knowledge intensive that is the value. They create is produced by knowledge rather than investment in factories and equipment and innovation is what derives economic and social value from that knowledge, professor mop Dotson, a oh, congratulations to you and another avow scientific winners of awards on a stray Ilya day was Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales and the center of excellence for climate research. Whether it's the climate science itself or ocean fee are ice cores physics chemistry Bala. Gee, ecology species diversity genetics distribution of plants and animals, all of these give us multiple lines of evidence in support of climate change. It's no longer possible to understand climate change from an insular or single discipline perspective, we have made huge efforts to communicate effectively with the general community, but it is difficult because the language of understanding climate science is now very complex and very challenging and takes decades of effort to be familiar with. And it's hard to communicate that to the public we try, but there is a own going and sustained effort to properly and professionally communicate climate science to the public. Professor Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales center of excellence was awarded an AO last Saturday for leading research on climate change and another science show regular. Len Fisher was awarded a o m congratulations to you.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Science Show
"Well, as usual, the honest was replete with scientists university of Queensland, vice chancellor, Peter Hoy is an enormous to one of the most important research fields the study of wine, and he got an AC the top gung, Liz Dennis from SIA sorrow plot industry, also an AC and she discovered the gene for flowering. But we think to control the time of flowering is got obvious implications for horticulture to prep spread out the time of flying. If the fruit crops to try and put niche crops into particular environments, if we could make cotton-flower Alie, perhaps we could extend the range of the cotton crop. If we can make wieght flower particular times, perhaps we can get better yield to extend the range, which you can grow. You would get a bigger crop yield by manipulating the flaring. Yes, we feel sure of that. But it may be say to avoid drought. If there was a bad drought. You could just rescue the. Onset your head and make them. Flour and harvest thin rather than drag out over the summer in the drought without being able to make any more sugar or make any more seed having talked on the grapevine or on the Email about your results. What do you think the reaction's going to be as potential we think that it's terrifically important? This is one of the major genes had controls flowering at Sogenal solve the natural Jeanette isn't a mutant gene that seems responsible for the big variation in flying time that you get between plants that are growing highlighted shoots up in Sweden, for example, and plans to grow in the Mediterranean, and it looks as the same. Jane that's going to be important in the Brassica also drapes canolas through using it's going to make terrific impact on people who are interested in the mechanism of flying. And also those who might want to manipulate flowering for agricultural purposes lose Dennis now, an AC. C SRO in Canberra and the flowering gene is set off in advance by cold winters. So will it now be affected by climate change, hugely significant work, our, congratulations? Meanwhile, professor Mark Johnson. From the university of Queensland is a professor of innovation and he received an AO. This is from assign show a while ago, we can be wonderfully innovative in Australia when we get up in the morning. We might use on deal flush toilet have a breakfast of vegemite. An Aspro to overcome the hangover. We got from drinking the wine cask the previous night clean our shoes with Kiwi polish gopher swimming. All speed Ohs fund our way using Google maps on wifi make our teasing. Zip instant hot water. Do some woodworking on our TRITON workbench and some gardening with dynamic lifter and a two stroke lawnmower bought with polymer banknotes inside. Doing we are immersed in Australian product innovations when we add some of the organizational innovations in the public sector such as the flying doctor service or surf clubs or the higher education contribution scheme will service innovations such as Macari banks funding of infrastructure, then we have much of which we can be proud. My point is we can do better. And we need to do better all world's economies are becoming more knowledge intensive that is the value. They create is produced by knowledge rather than investment in factories in equipment and innovation is what derives economic and social value from that knowledge, professor mop Dotson, a oh, congratulations to you and another avow scientific winners of awards on a stray Ilya day was Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales and the center of excellence for climate research. Whether it's the climate science itself or ocean fee are ice cores physics chemistry Bala. Gee, ecology species diversity genetics distribution of plants and animals, all of these give us multiple lines of evidence in support of climate change. It's no longer possible to understand climate change from an insular or single discipline perspective, we have made huge efforts to communicate effectively with the general community, but it is difficult because the language of understanding climate science is now very complex and very challenging and takes decades of effort to be familiar with. And it's hard to communicate that to the public we try, but there is a ongoing and sustained effort to properly and professionally communicate climate science to the public. Professor Andy Pitman from the university of New South Wales center of excellence was awarded an AO last Saturday for leading research on climate change and another science show regular. Len Fisher was awarded a oh 'em. Congratulations to you.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In October two thousand sixteen he wrote her a love letter. He apologized. He was all could around he told her that he had sincere feelings for and asked her what if anything she wanted from from him. What a well. We now live in. What a world. Mazing? Saudi vice-chancellor, Kathy Scruggs, vice chancellor for student affairs when a list took place. Gave a deposition. Asked if the accusation against John John Doe satisfied the school's policy for sexual misconduct. Having tower thirty over another. I think he was perceived as having power of. She was questioned further as to the nature of the power. Was he just his size? And she responded his physical size. Probably look because this is really a real problem in our world. It's a real problem. I mean, I've got the whole deposition here. And I could spend some considerable time talking about it. But you should dig into this yourself. I'm sure Joe says all the time just like I do do your own research. This is a palling. Absolutely appalling. Why would she ask him to continue to take a dance class? Why? Doesn't make sense is she was threatened by him. If he asked her out in a, you know, non asking normal asking out situation. Why would you why would you say you I'm going to do that? But hey, Kate. Dance class. Stuff is disturbing. I you know, I very regularly now look up to the skies in gift. Thanks that are not in college anymore. I can't imagine what it must be like a kind of imagine. I cannot imagine having a some going off to college and what I would say to him. Cannot imagine it. We live in very very dangerous times your whole life can be destroyed. By asking the wrong person out all even having a short term relationship with the wrong person. And you know, if you break it too often that person is like very upset that you broke it off who knows what could happen to you next. Your life could be. Absolutely ruined. Just the remarkable thing. Eight eight eight nine four one pags eight eight eight nine four one seventy two forty seven. I'm Simon Conway. I'm sat in a chair for Joe I'll be in the chair again tomorrow for Joe looking forward to that too. We're across this country on some surely mighty Maiziere stations. Run your iheartradio app. Joepags dot com. Don't forget follow me on Twitter lost. I looked like five Twitter followers away from a milestone. So please follow me on Twitter at Simon aradio seventeen seventy six I'm Simon. I'm in for Joe. And this is the Joe pags show..
"vice chancellor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hi, I'm Dennis Prager issued calling in with regard to the transgender issue that I just raced stay on please. I have an important guest. However at this time to stay on this one call I am I am blown away by the Denise in Los Angeles. But let me go to Lisa Duff tarring, many of, you know, she's a frequent guest, Fox News and CNN. She's a Middle East and terrorism expert and Lisa Towery. Welcome to the Dennis Prager show. Thank you, Dan. Great to be back. Thank you. So you were about to speak at your alma mater, Rutgers University wall was the topic supposed to be. The school that commended over a year ago the school recommended radicalism on college campuses before this fiasco, even started with a petition at that cancellation and all of that. I yeah. Basically brought into the about freedom of speech on campus. Listening to others. How far is too far not going out with empty hashtags signs, and but actually building that dialogue on campus. Really if I had to say quickly or short, I would say it's about the freedom of speech. Ironically. So Rutgers band at the last minute when we what was the date of your schedule speech tomorrow last Marl. And last Monday, I got a call from the vice chancellor, alerting to the fact that there is a petition and some concern by some students. One student start at this. Ironically student is the head of the college progressive he worked on Bernie Sanders campaign, and he is also on the Muslim public relations committee, the Muslim student organization our campus vice-chancellor. He met with these students and only a handful showed up to me to be honest. I don't understand their grievance against you. But they feel injured and I have to be sensitive to that. Now one minute one minute, please forgive me. Forgive me. Lisa. I I need to assimilate that. A few students felt injured and he canceled your speech based on baseless allegations. Tennessee. Falsification of quote. I mean, I I was so blown away by this. Because as you know me, well, I am of Iranian descent and have always taken position with regard to differentiating between Muslim people. And the use or the hijacking if you will of Islam in political Islam and extremism that always taken the position that died on nine eleven just like Jason crystal did and that it is the duty of the Muslim leadership in this country to help naming Chaim. Okay. Okay. You know, though that according to progressive thought what you just said is Islam phobic singling out Muslim leaders to condemn Muslim extremism. Is in there perverse world. Bigotry. The bottom line is at the facts, don't I said to the vice chancellor who happens to be. He was actually a professor of mine. He is a homosexual very openly. And is married is the client. I've known for years, and he said to me to be honestly. So I have a lot more in common with politically. I don't agree with you much of the time. But because I respect you. And because I've watched your career take off. I wanted to invite you back to campus and allow you to stop eternity, and I said to him with all due respect. If you think you have a lot in common with them. Go ask them what Islam says about homosexuality? And then ask them what Islam of about women's rights and the conversation is just. Devoid of back. That's what would painful tonight, we'll add Dennis which people bought of campus. Shut down by a lot of. Wonderful speakers that you, and I know, but it's usually based on some interest group, whether it's the Kansas Republican's or a pro Israel group or they Hello Kubota campus, I was invited by the university itself. University undergraduate academic office and to be invited and then invited based on ossification of quote, they quoted me with the Titian from the Washington state flower shop owner targeted for refusing to create floral arrangements for same sex wedding. Because it violated her religious beliefs to a Decatur Georgia mother whose five-year-old kindergartner was assaulted in the girls bathroom because of her schools, transgender restroom policy alliance defending freedom, and it's three thousand local attorneys nationwide are battling for your religious freedom, but all those legal actions cost money sometimes up into the seven figures. That's why I support alliance defending.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"It's twelve fifty to the twenty nine thousand nine rankings of the best colleges in the country reflected very well on California, not only did UCLA rank as the top public university. But several UC campuses ranked in the top ten private schools, Stanford and Caltech were rated as some of the best values Anita Narain, managing education editor at U S news and World Report tells KNX UC schools helped their rankings by supporting their low income students UC riverside, it left about nearly forty places in the rankings and that relates to the social mobility indicator again, keep in mind the school so had to excel at all it is other parts of the methodology. You can just do really well on on one end, for instance, graduating low income students and then not do a good job in terms of class sizes or student faculty ratio. So you're really looking at the whole picture for instant and harbored took the number one and two overall spots in the rankings. UCLA's success at admitting and supporting students from low income families is part of what propelled it to the top spot in the twenty nineteen public university rankings UCLA vice-chancellor Scott Wassels KNX guiding low income Bruins to success is a core mission. We feel very good about what we've done. I think the rankings are really great because they confirm what we've done, and they really support the policy that we've been pursuing for years. So in that sense. It's it's great to get that kind of recognition. Is it going to really substantively changed? What we do know. We're going to keep going after students and make sure that they do very well and make sure we are responsible. And getting all of the students of diverse backgrounds in the UCLA and getting them out and making them productive citizens in California. Well, said he resisted the nation to rub UCLA's top ranking in the face of the runner up which happens to be Cal Berkeley. It's still very early. But tax experts say you'd better start getting ready for the next tax season. Or you could end up with some shockingly bad news, the government accountability office recently issued a warning that more than four point five million tax payers will come up short next April unless they act now CPA Alfredo Calimlim is a specialist in individual and small business taxes that you can take a deduction for your state income taxes local property taxes DMV deduction for your car an unlimited amount over two thousand eighteen s being capped at ten thousand dollars. Now, you're actually went from unlimited down to ten thousand dollars. That's a big one the twenty eighteen tax laws that passed last year include a lot of changes you had better be prepared..
"vice chancellor" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Lecturers or other university stuff abusing their power and bring on students the vice chancellor professor banham bus now anway today told us that about ten stuff have been dismissed in the last ten or soya's for being involved in these kinds of arts and the university will continue to make efforts to decisively deal with this vice once and for all patients at highway the un's human rights council has voted for an independent investigation into the killing of dozens of palestinian protesters by israeli forces in gaza this week israel has denied its response to the protests was disproportionate opening the council meeting the un's human rights commissioner cold front end to israel's occupation of the palestinian territories and said that in essence gazans were caged in a toxic slum from birth to death correspondent james reynolds has spent the day at the border between israel and gaza and sent us this report in the often hundreds of palestinians whoops towards the border area acres of dusty uneven fields leading up to the israeli border fence in the distance i saw is ready soldiers guarding that positions behind embankments the crowd around me has just been feeling the effects of tig ass and we've all heard an israeli soldier on the other side of the border shouting this crowd in arabic to stay back i can see plumes of black smoke from ties that palestinian protesters have set off near the border that's designed to prevent the israelis from seeing anything the demonstrations took place as the un human rights council voted to set up a commission of inquiry to look into monday's violence at the border the human rights commissioner zayd al hussein said that israel had an obligation under international law to protect the rights of the people of gaza but they are in essence caged.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"More than a slap on the wrist who the large number of cases will go and reported because students feel that they are never really listened to their never believed the soviet homily has spoken strongly about this is this is more of what she says how committee has found out off findings revealed a shocking climate of impunity in which sexual harassment on the us techs place at this university many of the notorious perpetrators are known to their colleagues and stevens stories do the rounds in hashed with spots but really are the perpetrators held to account with had there from dr sylvia tamale has university responded to any of this they only versity has said has continued to say that their policy on sexual harassment has absolutely zero tolerance to sexual abuse and lecturers or other university stuff abusing their power and praying on students the vice chancellor professor banham bus no way today told us that about ten stuff have been dismissed in the last ten or soya's for being involved in these kinds of acts under the university will continue to make efforts to decisively deal with this vice once and for all patients at a higher the un's human rights council has voted for an independent investigation into the killing of dozens of palestinian protesters by very forces in gaza this week israel has denied its response to the protests was disproportionate opening the council meeting the un's human rights commissioner cold front end to israel's occupation of the palestinian territories and said that in essence gazans were caged in toxic slum from birth to death correspondent james reynolds has spent the day at the border between israel and gaza and sent us this report.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on The Science Show
"Water speaking on sky news rid said and i quote the basic problem is that we can no longer trust the scientific organizations like the stray lian institute of marine science even things like the afc center of excellence of a coral reef studies the science is coming at not properly checked tested or replicated and this is a great shame because we really need to be able to trust us on tiffin institutions and the fact is i do not think we can anymore i think that most of the scientists who pushing at this stuff genuinely believe their problems with the rafe i just don't think they're very objective about the signs they do i think they're emotionally attached to this subject and you know you can't blame them the reef is a beautiful thing on court in addition in his chapter in the ip book on climate change read rights policy signs concerning the great barrier reef is almost never checked and he adds that there is a toy oh reliance on the demonstrably inadequate peer review process so what happened next well james cook university and vice chancellor sandra hotting alleged rid acted in a non collegial manno the questioning the reliability of the signs conducted by his university colleagues the university subsequently charged him with serious misconduct which does have the potential to result in dismissal according to ritz blog using further evidence from his emails james cookie university did find him guilty of serious misconduct gave him a final censure and instructed him to remain silent on the matter rid is now suing james cookie university in documents on his blog rid writes that he feels his ability to do his job as an academic has been severely compromised and that he hopes legal action would draw attention to what he sees as quality assurance problems in reef science as well as the location.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is reading a letter from the vice chancellor our challenge is to make sure that we make room for all perspectives which include the right to present speakers and programs and the right to protest speech tonight speech and discussion is here for the engagement of our campus community we understand that the talk tonight may elicit disagreement and we recognize and value the rights of individuals to express their feelings but the university will not permit a response or a protest that is so disruptive so as to effectively silence the invited speaker and prevent the speaker from communicating with a willing audience campus officials are present and prepare to approach any individual or group who creates such a disturbance during this program they will be warned and if the disruption continues the individual be escorted out of the venue and subject to arrest by the university police department okay so there's the second disclaimer now the person who actually introduces treasury secretary mnuchin also gives a brief disclaimer this is cut three it's my privilege to introduce our speaker today us secretary trees us treasury secretary steve mnuchin steve welcome back to los angeles and back to ucla anderson like how i'd like to remind everyone that this campus is a place of learning and importantly listening where we value civil intellectual discourse on complex issues ideas that's the role of a public university which we ask everyone to respect row carry so now you've got the bing bang boom all the disclaimers have been made folks we feel the same way you do we don't agree with this guy but we want to listen to what he has to say we're going to be civil so mnuchin starts to speak and he begins by saying this now experience for me is the first time i spoken at a university who did this you are misery.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"You guys talk and i and i love when you talk about i just one of focusing on something for a moment you made i i like to repeat certain critical points that are made because it's the only way any of us can remember anything is repetition so it's a brilliant point you made the university started out in america as theological institutions and they all resuming being if not theological ideological institutions and since leftism you're and i both believers a religion there it is simply it's a different religion now it was originally protestantism largely protestant christianity and now it is leftism cultural marxism but i i'll i'll bet you i i don't know if this were fact but how bet that in seventeen ninety three you were more capable of reading dissent at a christianbased princeton or step was known as the city college or of knowledge of new jersey but then today reading dissenting material at princeton or yale or wherever you on a marketable that's promo thicker state they entertain the fact there are atheists' let's remind them this is a difference and that the doctrine that you would have learned at princeton was about you know what organizes the world wasn't to tell you that you can have this position politically on this or this position good going on that's right wasn't about this world no the religious park yes whereas this is a religion as a totalitarian village it right it's like islam really it's about everything everything that you do um well you were talking before budget gender of children leaving everything comes under this purview and if not like you can have a dissenting view because as i said that's a heresy um and lay shut you down i mean i've i've been invited twice to berkeley in the last year and never got to go because of the left what what happened no he told me um i actually had a conversation with the vice chancellor and the chief of police and they told me i'd have to speak at one which is when afternoon classes start instead of at five after their over i'd have to speak a mile away from the campus fanolua a facility um and then the police chief said and you can announce this speech but.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"That the doctrine that you would have learned that princeton was about you know what organizes the world it wasn't to tell you that you can have this position politically on this or this possessor good boy notch right wasn't about this world no the religious park yes whereas this is a religion as a don't tell italian village it right it's like islam really it's about everything everything that you do um you were talking before by g tender of children and eaten everything comes under this purview and it's not like you can have a dissenting view because as i said that's a heresy um and they shut down amid i've i've been invited twice to berkeley in the last year and never got to go because of the left what what happened no he told me um i actually had a conversation with the vice chancellor and the chief of police and they told me i'd have to speak it one which is when afternoon classes start instead of at five after their over i'd have to speak a mile away from the campus that a little facility um and then the police chief said and you can announce this speech but you can tell us location you gotta be kidding me wh you know but that that is what it was and then they imposed all these charges like eight thousand dollars on the kids and they they could sentences too hard for us nobody's going to come a mile away that was that i did not know this hey it's now it's gone home invited you college republicans it was a fish show campus group if a poll were done at berkeley conducted at berkeley should we allow conservative republican speakers on campus what do you think the results would be not including professional i the goal would be very bad you do how absolutely you know you know did you see the army horowitz a video yeah he's great he is ravi the isis flag and waving israeli no no this eric via the american flag this time yeah as though he was cut stat wait desire to reflect its again their religious institutions in that they instilled doctrines they don't teach kids how to think they sell them we want to thank we'll be back in a moment the book by david horowitz the block with lever dulat it is up the dennis prager got.
"vice chancellor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Find video aw now sean murphy turns kalac we need chinese vice chancellors hall on the radio hey everybody in its july states teased in giants history let's go all the way back to 1999 when the giants were in oakland economic aid in an inner league battle pretty wild game in the fifth inning we take of the accent a four four ballgame and then jeff can't strokes a tworun double and the giants 6 to four and then ellis burks singles cantu third in jt snow is at the plate and they're looking for more snow slaney drive all right back pat crowley i therefore man threerun homers on the road in specially in the as series dads and the 94 leader i wish i could tell you things ended well it was a lot of home runs going on that day by the ricci really a had hit a threerun homer jason yami it hit a threerun homer but unfortunately there was more common the has the as got a threerun homer from john john to start a rally and then i'll walk off threerun homer from all mato's signs at of panama and they beat the giants all five homers in that game where threerun shots that was on july fifteen 1999 before we go july safety 1973 william of tubby to solo homers part of his five hundred twenty one homer career to reach four hundred for his career and the giants twelve zero win over the pirates in game one any doubleheader you know somerset on that game one mirror shell of course he did because when producer my corn i sit down to do these one maher cells always throwing shutouts it was his fifty second career shut up in the final of his hall of fame career and it was uncivilised fifteen 1973 and there's been brian murphy with this date in giants history in one room and cold in the next no duct work no problem detected guesswork.