Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Oct. 17, 2019 The week of Oct. 21–25 is shaping up to be a busy one for campus events and the CU Boulder community is advised to prepare in advance for impacts to traffic, parking and other activities in and around the campus.On Monday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m., the Distinguished Speakers Board (DSB) will host a talk by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein story.U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan will give the Law School’s John Paul Stevens Lecture at 5:30 p.m. at Macky Auditorium on Tuesday, Oct. 22.On Thursday, Oct. 24, former Ohio Gov. John Kasich will speak on campus at 7 p.m. during an event sponsored by the student-led Cultural Events Board (CEB).The Colorado Buffaloes will host the USC Trojans on Friday, Oct. 25, a home game that will kick off at 7 p.m. at Folsom Field. Entry to Main Campus parking lots will close at 1 p.m. on Friday. Vehicles parked in the lot prior to this time do not need to be relocated; however, arrivals after 1 p.m. will be directed to park in lot 327, the Center for Community parking garage, located off Regent Drive under C4C. Game-day traffic patterns will be in place as well as some other changes to parking and bus operations. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to enjoy these fall campus events—and to plan ahead to avoid any inconveniences.All are also encouraged to practice gratitude, wellness and self-care by checking out the newly established Contemplative Resource Center, which will introduce a series of workshops Oct. 21-25 that are open to all students, faculty and staff.Categories:Deadlines & AnnouncementsCampus Community
In an article released on Press of Atlantic City‘s official website there is a strong circulating rumor that Phish may be playing one of their notorious Halloween shows at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall later this year.A strong rumor just came out of the mill that says the jam band Phish will play the Halloween weekend of their fall tour in Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall as they did three years ago. WOW! This will bring a lot of excitement to our seashore resort.We can expect them to play a concert in costume covering another artist’s album. If you were there in 2010, you heard a cover of Little Feat’s live album, “Waiting For Columbus.” It is anyone’s guess as to what they will play this year. Personally, I am pulling for Led Zeppelin.While this is still just a rumor at this point, with Phish’s success in the past at the venue it’s not unbelievable. The article continues:This will be a big coup for Atlantic City. Phish’s first concert in the city took place in Boardwalk Hall in October 2010. They filled every space in the hall, and it was a tremendous success. Last spring, Phish came back to Atlantic City to perform in Bader Field and drew a big crowd that set the pace for the other bands that followed them.If you’re not aware of Phish’s Halloween tradition you’re in for even more of a treat now. In the past Phish has performed what they call “Musical Costumes,” essentially making the second-set a cover set, covering an entire album of another group. So far they’ve played covers of The Rolling Stones‘ Exile on Main Street, Little Feat‘s Waiting for Columbus, The Velvet Underground‘s Loaded, The Beatles‘ White Album, The Who‘s Quadrophenia, Talking Heads‘ Remain in Light and Pink Floyd‘s Dark Side of the Moon, so any album can be expected.Again, this is just a rumor as of right now, but be prepared.…as this will be the first concert on their fall tour, it is anticipated that tickets will be sold out within minutes of being put on sale. The specific date for the sale has not yet been announced.Read the original article here.
Sbusiso Joel Ndebele has been appointed Minister of Transport in South Africa following the general election on April 22. Jeremy Cronin, who chaired the parliamentary transport committee, has become Deputy Transport Minister. Barbara Hogan has been named Minister of Public Enterprises, responsible for state-owned companies including Transnet. Formerly Director of Stations at SNCF, Pascal Lupo has been named Director of International Development and Director-General of SNCF International, succeeding Jean-Pierre Loubinoux who has moved to UIC. Annette Jordan has been appointed head of the International department at SBB Cargo, in place of Edmund Prokschi who becomes head of Marketing & Sales. Jordan is succeeded as head of SBB Cargo Deutschland by Matthias Birnbaum. Deputy General Manager of ISAF, Dan Cernisov was elected President of the Romanian Railway Industry Association (AIF) with effect from April 16. He was formerly Vice-President, and is succeeded in this role by Christian Serjannis, head of Rolling Stock at Siemens Romania. On May 4 Merel van Vroonhoven was appointed as a Director of Netherlands Railways with effect from August 1. Joining the NS board alongside President Bert Meerstadt and Financial Director Marcel van Niggebrugge, she comes from ING Investment Management Europe. Gustav Slamecka has been named Minister of Transport in the Czech Republic, replacing Petr Bendl. Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Norfolk Southern Arnold B McKinnon died on May 18 at the age of 81. He served Southern Railway and NS for 50 years before stepping down as a director in 2000. Russian Railways has named Oleg Sergeevich Ulyanov as Director of its new High Speed department; he was formerly Director of the Moscow ?Division at the October Railway. P P Wijesekara took over as General Manager of Sri Lanka Railways on May 12. Formerly Additional General Manager, he succeeds Dr Lalithsari Gunaruwan. Harmut Gasser has been re-elected as Chairman of the German independent railway operators association Netzwerk Privatbahnen for a further two years. Sven Flore of TX Logistik becomes Vice-Chairman, and Günther Alsdorf of Havelländische Eisenbahn continues as Treasurer. Other board members are Sandrine Bennebroek of ERS Railways, Norbert Hössermann of Mittelweserbahn and Torsten Sewerin of Nordbayrische Eisenbahn. Henry Chipewo has been appointed Acting Managing Director for the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority, following the dismissal of Tazara’s former Managing Director Clement Mwiya in August 2008. Chipewo is Chairman of local transport consultancy Muhechi Enterprises and a board member of Tazara. Dean Finch has joined London Underground PPP concessionaire Tube Lines, where he takes up the post of Chief Executive on June 1. Formerly Chief Operating Officer at FirstGroup plc, he succeeds Terry Morgan who moves to Crossrail as non-executive Chairman, suceeding Douglas Oakervee five months earlier than planned. Luc Jobin has been appointed Executive Vice-President & Chief Financial Officer at Canadian National from June 1. Formerly Executive Vice-President at Power Corp of Canada, he succeeds Claude Mongeau who takes over from E Hunter Harrison as CN’s President & CEO on January 1 (RG 5.09 p54). Richard Robinson has been named Managing Director of Heathrow Express. Joining from internet technology company Tickex, he replaces Brian Raven who left the BAA airport rail link subsidiary earlier this year. Stephen J Gardner has been appointed Vice President, Policy & Development, at Amtrak. Previously on the staff of the US Senate Commerce Committee, he is regarded as an authority on transport policy and legislation. Rick Haythornthwaite has joined Network Rail as a non-executive director. Subject to ratification at the company’s AGM in July, he will succeed Sir Ian MacAllister as Chairman. Non-executive Chairman of Mastercard Inc, Haythorthwaite was CEO of Invensys in 2001-05. French Prime Minister François Fillon has named Philippe Peyronnet to head the working group negotiating the ?financing package for the second phase of LGV Rhin-Rhône. He will liaise with Claude Liebermann who is heading a similar group for Phase 2 of LGV Est Européenne. London Underground’s Director of Strategy & Service Development Richard Parry took over as interim Managing Director on May 1, following the departure of ?Tim O’Toole.Teófilo Serrano took up the post of President at RENFE Operadora on May 18. Formerly Director General of Railways for the Andalucía regional government and head of its infrastructure authority Giasa, he succeeded José Salgueiro who has become Director of Andalucía’s regional port authority.
Photo © Tipp FM Tipperary won the first Under 21 All Ireland title in 1964, beating Wexford in the final. Peter O Sullivan and former Tipp senior manager Babs Keating take a trip down memory lane while Phil Lowry recalls the winning year of 1967 and his U21 sides final victory over Dublin.Former Tipp senior manager Eamon O Shea and Pat Fox were central to Tipp in the 1979 victory over Galway while Fox added further medals to his collection in 80 and 81 with Tipp beating Kilkenny in both finals. Both legends of the Ash recall their days hurling and their time in that blue and gold jersey.John Kennedy hurled in 1985 when Tipp overcame Kilkenny in the final at Walsh Park while current senior manager Liam Sheedy recalls when he lined out for the blue and gold against Offaly as Tipp chased a triple of All Ireland titles in 1989.Tipp’s sole success in the 1990s arrived at Semple Stadium against Kilkenny in 1995 when Brian Horgan lifted the ‘Cross of Cashel’ and the captain recalls fond memories of that time and victory.It took Tipp fifteen years to win the title again, and in a magical week in 2010, Brendan Maher and Bonner Maher hurled and won senior and under 21 All Ireland medals. They look back on their victories and what drives them going forward.Tipp’s ‘Magic 10’ of under 21 titles was completed last August when Colin English hoisted the James Nowlan cup high into the sky at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.Across the victories, a common thread shines through, a love of the blue and gold jersey and a deep camraderie and friendship among the teams that share in the deep history of hurling in the county.The love of the game above all else shines through.‘The Magic Ten’ airs on New Years Day on Tipp FM after the One O Clock news. The under 21 hurling championship has been a much loved competition for players and supporters since its inception in 1964 and this New Year’s Day after the one o clock news Tipp FM will air “The Magic 10” for the very first time.The documentary reflects on the glory across the different eras and the memories of those involved in the famous victories from 1964 to 2018 which spans across generations of Tipperary hurlers.The current crop of heroes feature, such as U21 hurler of the year Ger Browne, as well as Paddy Cadell, Jerome Cahill and Brian McGrath. Those players are now part of the Tipperary senior hurling panel for the coming season. In ‘The Magic 10’ they reflect on their year of success under Liam Cahill which was dominated by two massive title games against Cork, firstly in the Munster final and then in the All Ireland hurling final last August.