About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Digital Research / statistics AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Yorkshire Air Ambulance has far exceeded its target of £1,000 in raising funds for eight-year-old Martin Gilbert who was the sole survivor of a car crash on the AI in his his mother, her partner, and his two younger brothers were killed. He was taken to hospital by the air ambulance.The appeal, dubbed “the Miracle Appeal”, was facilitated by a fundraising page on Justgiving.com, and it raised almost £12,000 in its first 48 hours, primarily because of the large media attention in the young boy’s story. The web page was set up the day after the accident.This total has now jumped to £26,758, of which £2,599 was raised offline and £4,922 of which consists of Gift Aid reclaimed by Justgiving. Advertisement The appeal was led by Martin Eede, Chief Executive of Yorkshire Air Ambulance, who gave the first donation, £100, himself. 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 18 April 2007 | News Air ambulance appeal for car crash boy raises £26,758 via Justgiving
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Required fields are marked * Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Living Now 47th California International Antiquarian Book Fair Puts Rare, Beautiful Volumes Centerstage Giant Gathering of Book Lovers From Around the World Will Celebrate the 450th Birthday of William Shakespeare From STAFF REPORTS Published on Thursday, January 23, 2014 | 11:19 am From February 7 â€“ 9, 2014, thousands of book lovers, rare book dealers, and scholars will converge at the Pasadena Convention Center for the 47th California International Antiquarian Book Fair. Recognized as one of the worldâ€™s largest and most prestigious exhibitions of antiquarian books, the Book Fair gives visitors the opportunity to see, learn about and purchase the finest in rare and valuable books, manuscripts, autographs, graphics, photographs and more. The 2014 edition of the Book Fair will also include a special celebration of William Shakespeareâ€™s 450th birthday.Featuring the collections and rare treasures of 200 booksellers from the Antiquarian Booksellersâ€™ Association of America and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, the Book Fair will present volumes from five centuries of printing, as well as original manuscripts that predate Gutenberg. Books will cover every imaginable area of interest — from the history of travel and exploration, early science and medicine to classic literature, modern first editions, childrenâ€™s and illustrated books, and the arts. Items range in price from a few dollars to more than six figures.â€œBecause of Shakespeareâ€™s enduring influence on literature and the arts, we couldnâ€™t let this milestone birthday pass without celebrating his genius,â€ said Michael R. Thompson, Book Fair Chair of the Southern California Chapter of the ABAA, which organizes the event. â€œThe Book Fair is all about bringing people closer to books by giving them a chance to browse, touch and even go home with items that they might imagine could only be found in a museum or special collections library. We’re really excited about connecting people with Shakespeare in the same way.â€The Book Fairâ€™s tribute will include a special exhibit featuring some of the finest expressions of Shakespeare through the centuries. The Huntington Library, which holds a world-class collection of early editions of Shakespeare’s works, will offer an enlightening display on Shakespeare scholarship throughout the 90-plus years of its history. Fine press and artistsâ€™ books from the Ella Strong Denison Library at Scripps College will show how Shakespeare has inspired the art of the book. Poster images from the collections of the Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will spotlight memorable film adaptations of Shakespeare from around the world, while photos, costume studies and prompt books with actorsâ€™ handwritten notes from the Honnold/Mudd Library at the Claremont Colleges Library will offer insights into stage productions.Rare books on food and cookery in Elizabeth times from the University of California San Diego Library and a related special panel “What Shakespeare Ate: Dining in the Elizabethan Age” will further immerse Book Fair visitors into the world of the Bard. Panelists include Los Angeles Times and Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold; noted food historian Charles Perry; cookbook author and founder of the Ecole de Cuisine La Varenne Anne Willan; and bookseller Ben Kinmont who specializes in antiquarian books on gastronomy. Los Angeles Times columnist Patt Morrison will moderate. Those who want to start their own collections of the plays or sonnets will find many opportunities to acquire items from individual dealers who will be displaying their finest Shakespeare works at the Book Fair.The Book Fair is the perfect introduction for those new to the world of rare books and includes a seminar on the basics of collecting. Sunday, February 9 is Discovery Day, which gives attendees the opportunity to present up to three items to experts for free examination.Book Fair hours are Friday, February 7 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, February 8 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, February 9:00 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Pasadena Convention Center, located at 300 East Green Street, Pasadena. Tickets on Friday, February 7 are $25 and provide three-day admission. Proceeds from Friday tickets will benefit and offer free admission to the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens during the month of February. 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Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week By admin – May 28, 2015 Homepage BannerNews The deadline for the new Beef Genomics Scheme has been extended by a week.Applications for the scheme, which replaces the previous Suckler Cow scheme were to have closed tomorrow, but Junior MInister Joe Mc Hugh says questions over elements of the programme meant many farmers have not yet signed up.He says the Agriculture Minister has now extended the deadline, and is urging Donegal farmers to sign up now………..Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/joecows.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programme Previous articleJoule Donegal International Rally entry list releasedNext articleHSE tender for Robot to assess patients remotely at Letterkenny General Hospital admin Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Pinterest Twitter LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Mc Hugh urges farmers to sign up for Beef Genomics Scheme Twitter Google+ Facebook GAA decision not sitting well with Donegal – Mick McGrath
News UpdatesAmended Parole Rule Having Pre-Condition Of Convict Returning Back In Time In Last 2 Releases, Applicable Only If Convict Is Released Twice: Bombay HC [Read Order] Nitish Kashyap17 July 2020 1:49 AMShare This – xThe Bombay High Court on Thursday quashed and set aside the orders passed by Superintendent of Kolhapur Central Prison rejecting parole to three applicant convicts observing that the amended parole rule which states that convicts whose maximum sentence is above 7 years shall be considered for release on emergency parole if the convict has returned to prison on time on last 2 releases,…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Bombay High Court on Thursday quashed and set aside the orders passed by Superintendent of Kolhapur Central Prison rejecting parole to three applicant convicts observing that the amended parole rule which states that convicts whose maximum sentence is above 7 years shall be considered for release on emergency parole if the convict has returned to prison on time on last 2 releases, is applicable only if the convict has been released on parole or furlough two times. Division bench of Justice SS Shinde and Justice Madhav Jamdar were hearing a criminal writ petition filed by Milind Ashok Patil, Nishant Mane and Akshay Kondekar (deceased) lodged at Kolhapur Central jail. The three petitioners and other three co-accused were held guilty and convicted by the judgment dated April 23, 2018, passed by the Additional Sessions Judge, Kolhapur for the offences punishable under Sections 302, 307, 143, 147, 148, 323, 504, 506 read with 149 and Section 120-B of IPC and sentenced to suffer imprisonment for life. They were also sentenced to suffer imprisonment for six years for having committed offences punishable under Section 307 read with Section 149 of the Indian Penal Code. All six convicts were lodged at Kolhapur prison, preferred an appeal before the High Court against their conviction and sentence and it is still pending. In the meanwhile, one of the co-accused appellant Akshay Kondekar died while in jail. The petition states that as on July 15, a total of 631 prisoners have been detected positive in the State of Maharashtra whereas 4 prisoners have succumbed to death. Petitioners initially sought to be released on emergency parole in view of the pandemic of Covid-19 and the decision of the State High Power Committee dated March 25, 2020 and May 8, 2020 and the amended Maharashtra Prisons (Mumbai Furlough and Parole) Rules, 1959. During the pendency of the petition, in an order dated June 15, Court directed the Jail Authorities to take decision on the applications of the petitioners seeking parole leave and to place before the Court such decisions on June 19, 2020. Accordingly, the Jail Authorities decided the applications seeking emergency parole leave by separate three orders dated June 16 and rejected applications of all three petitioners. According to the petitioners, their applications seeking emergency parole were rejected by separate orders dated June 16 on the ground that, with respect to Ashok and Nishant, they were released once on furlough leave and they returned back to the jail within time, however, the requirement of amended Rule 19(i)(c)(ii) is that the convict has to return within time on last two releases (whether on parole or furlough) and as both of them have returned within time, but released only once and therefore, the said emergency parole application was rejected. As far as Akshay Khondake is concerned, he was never released and/or never availed furlough or parole leave and therefore, his application was rejected. Meanwhile, two other convicts in the case, Pramod Shinde and Mahesh Patil, who is Ashok Patil’s brother, were released on emergency parole as they fulfilled the condition laid out in the newly amended parole rule.. Petitioner’s counsel Advocate Satish Talekar along with Adv Madhavi Ayyappan argued that the respondents are misreading the said amended parole rule and such interpretation shall not only lead to absurdity, but shall frustrate the very object of enacting the said amended parole rule. Referring to the amended parole rule and observed- “It is very clear that the said amended clause No. (C) is a provision made for short period and brought into existence for taking measures for protection of health and welfare of the prisoners to restrict the transmission of Covid-19, which inter alia includes that prisons should ensure maximum possible distancing among the prisoners and for this purpose, it has become necessary to prevent overcrowding of prisons in view of pandemic of Covid-19. Thus, it is clear that the said amended provision is made for a short period and is brought into existence for the main objective of reducing the overcrowding in the jail.” The bench noted that while the object while granting the emergency parole is to see that overcrowding in prison is reduced, at the same time, it is to ensure that the habitual offender or prisoners who are likely to abscond are deprived of emergency parole and therefore, the aforesaid amended rule was brought into effect. Finally, Justice Jamdar noted- “However, if such convicts are never released either on furlough or parole previously or not released on 2 occasions either on furlough or parole and therefore, there was no occasion for them to return back within time on 2 occasions and therefore, not entitled for said benefit of emergency parole, such literal interpretation may lead to absurdity and in that event, there is no occasion to invoke condition imposed under the said amended Parole Rule.” Thus, the order rejecting applications filed by the petitioner convicts for emergency parole passed by Superintendent of Kolhapur Central Prison were quashed and set aside. Moreover, the applications were restored to file and the Superintendent has been directed to decide the same afresh within two weeks.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Next Story
Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. ABC News(AUSTIN) — The package bombs in Austin, Texas, that killed two people over 11 days were “constructed by the same bombmaker,” Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said on Good Morning America Tuesday.“There are some specific components that we won’t go into the details to protect the integrity of the investigation, but there are some specific things we have seen that make us believe all three of these packages were constructed by the same bombmaker,” Manley said.Here’s what ABC News knows right now:2 dead, 2 hospitalizedOn Monday, a teen was killed and a woman in her 40s was injured, and another woman was hurt in a separate blast. Another died because of the first blast. Each was harmed by one of the three explosive devices received as a “box-type delivery,” Chief Manley told reporters Monday.March 2The first incident happened 11 days ago. Two others were reported Monday. “Significant damage” was inflicted by at least two of the blasts.That first victim, Anthony Stephan House, died in the hospital.Porch deliveriesThe victims noticed packages left on their front porches, without any suspect ringing the doorbell or otherwise alerting them, Manley said.‘Be vigilant’“We don’t want to have people be overly alarmed,” Manley said, “but it is important that people be vigilant and be aware of things that look suspicious.”Residents are being asked to report all suspicious packages. “If you see something that’s out of place, do not handle it, do not move it, do not touch it. Call us,” he added.Monday’s attackThe first explosion occurred around 6:44 a.m., police said. It was “very similar” to the March 2 incident, Manley said. The device was left in front of a single-family home in the northeast part of Austin.The second attack Monday happened around 11:50 a.m. and injured a 75-year-old Hispanic woman.“The victim in this incident came outside of her residence and found a package out front and picked up that package,” Manley said.The victim’s name has not been released and she last was listed in critical but stable condition.Unknown motive“We don’t know the motive behind these” attacks, Manley said, although two homes targeted had African-American residents and another the elderly Hispanic woman. “We cannot rule [out] that hate crime is at the core of this, but we’re not saying that’s the cause as well$15,000 rewardTexas Gov. Greg Abbott has offered a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or people responsible for the explosions.“I want to assure all Texans, and especially those in Austin, that local, state and federal law enforcement officials are working diligently to find those responsible for these heinous crimes,” Abbott said in a statement.
November 1, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 11/1 Brad James Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFootball2-A QuarterfinalsFILLMORE, Utah-Brooks Myers completed 20 of 29 passes for 252 yards and a pair of scores and the Millard Eagles outlasted a spirited Parowan squad with a 35-32 win over the Rams Friday in the 2-A state football quarterfinals.The Eagles also received a strong performance from tailback Austin Burraston (22 touches, 168 scrimmage yards) as he had a 49-yard touchdown reception and a 5-yard scoring run. Kael Myers (8 rec, 83 yards) also had a rushing touchdown to pace the Eagles.Parowan’s offense consisted entirely of the running game as they ran for 377 yards on 62 carries, but were victimized by missed PAT or 2-point conversion attempts on every touchdown they had. Grayson Robb (20 car, 135 yards, TD), Easton Jense (16 car, 103 yards, 2 TD’s) and Hutch Miller (20 car, 93 yards, TD) all had strong rushing performances in defeat for the Rams. Tailback Levi Saylor also returned a kickoff 82 yards for another score for Parowans. The Rams’ season ends with a record of 5-6. Millard has improved to 9-2 on the season and next faces Milford Saturday November 9 at 1:30 pm at Orem High School in the 2-A state semifinals.MILFORD, Utah-Bryson Barnes had scoring runs of 53 and 4 yards and added a 75-yard interception return for a score as the Milford Tigers hammered North Sevier 55-24 in the 2-A state football quarterfinals Friday. Barnes also threw scoring passes to Bret Beebe of 48 and 25 yards. Casek Hardy had scoring runs of 15 and 45 yards for Milford in the win. In defeat, Taylor Crane threw scoring tosses of 18 yards to Burke Mickelsen and 45 yards to Hunter Higgs. Gabe Wilcox added a 7-yard touchdown run in the loss for North Sevier.BEAVER, Utah-Kaleb Barney had touchdown runs of 14, 9 and 2 yards as the Beaver Beavers smacked Kanab 52-7 Friday in the 2-A state football quarterfinals. Ryker Albrecht added scoring runs of 7 and 2 yards for the Beavers and Jayton Jessup’s 10-yard scoring run complimented the stellar Beaver effort against the beleaguered Cowboys. EJ Allred added a 35-yard touchdown run for good measure for the Beavers. Jace Seely had a 2-yard touchdown run in the loss for Kanab. Beaver next meets Duchesne Saturday at 11:00 am in the 2-A state quarterfinals at Orem High School.3-A QuarterfinalsNEPHI, Utah-Zac Cowan threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Jayden Valtinson as the Juab Wasps routed American Leadership 35-7 Friday in the 3-A state quarterfinals. Cade Bowring had scoring runs of 8 and 25 yards while Bodee Blackett (18 yards) and Rylan Watts (1 yard) also had touchdown runs for the Wasps. Juab next faces Grantsville Saturday November 9 at 1:30 pm at Mountain View High School in the 3-A state semifinals.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Connor Jorgensen threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jaxton Langschwager and added a scoring run, while hauling in a touchdown pass as the North Sanpete Hawks smacked Juan Diego 33-9 in the 3-A state quarterfinals Friday. Payton Clawson also had a touchdown run in the win for the Hawks. North Sanpete faces Morgan Saturday November 9 at 11:00 am in the 3-A state semifinals at Mountain View High School.MANTI, Utah-Karson Christiansen threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Carter Thackaray as the Morgan Trojans routed Manti 33-14 Friday in the 3-A state quarterfinals. Sloan Calder added a 39-yard field goal in the win for Morgan. Karson Parry threw a 36-yard touchdown pass to Travis Thomson and Tyler Taukie’aho added a 10-yard touchdown run in defeat for the Templars.GRANTSVILLE, Utah-Jackson Sandberg threw five touchdown passes and the Grantsville Cowboys pummeled Richfield 42-14 in the 3-A state quarterfinals Friday. Gavin Brown threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Brittyn Riddle and a 5-yard scoring pass to Jake Hyatt in the loss for the Wildcats.2-A State Volleyball Tournament2-A QuarterfinalsOREM, Utah-The Enterprise Wolves outlasted Millard 3-2 in the 2-A state girls volleyball quarterfinals Friday at Utah Valley University. The Wolves bested the Eagles 25-14, 25-27, 22-25, 25-22 and 15-6. Enterprise faces top overall seed Waterford, per the RPI, Saturday at 9:30 am in the state semifinals.OREM, Utah-The North Summit Braves gashed Gunnison Valley 3-0 in the 2-A state girls volleyball quarterfinals at Utah Valley University Friday. The Braves prevailed 25-23, 25-19 an 25-20 for the straight sets win against the Bulldogs. North Summit faces Kanab Saturday at 11:00 am in the state semifinals. The Bulldogs meet Wasatch Academy in the single-loss semis Saturday at 11:00 am.OREM, Utah-Kanab overpowered Wasatch Academy 3-0 in the 2-A state girls volleyball quarterfinals Friday at Utah Valley University. Kanab dismantled the Tigers 25-23, 25-17 and 25-13 to advance to the state semifinals.2-A Volleyball 2nd roundOREM, Utah-The Millard Eagles decimated St. Joseph 3-0 Friday in the 2-A state girls volleyball tournament’s second round at Utah Valley University. The Eagles routed the Jayhawks 25-8, 25-9 25-10 for the easy straight sets victory. Millard next faces fellow Region 18 foe Enterprise Friday at 12:00 pm in the state quarterfinalsOREM, Utah-The Gunnison Valley Bulldogs routed Freedom Prep 3-0 in the 2-A state girls volleyball tournament’s second round Friday at Utah Valley University. The Bulldogs pounded the Eagles 25-11, 25-15 and 25-11 for the straight sets win. The Bulldogs next face fellow Region 16 foe North Summit at 1:30 pm Friday in the state quarterfinals.OREM, Utah-The Wasatch Academy Tigers waxed Beaver 3-1 in the 2-A State girls volleyball tournament’s second round at Utah Valley University Friday. The Tigers prevailed 25-16, 25-23, 16-25 and 25-19.OREM, Utah-Kanab routed Parowan 3-0 in the 2-A State girls volleyball tournament’s second round at Utah Valley University Friday. Kanab routed the Rams 25-15, 25-15 and 25-9 for the easy straight sets victory.2-A Girls Consolation RoundOREM, Utah-The Beaver Beavers lived to play another day by waxing the Parowan Rams 3-1 Friay at Utah Valley University in the 2-A state girls volleyball tournament consolation round. The Beavers prevailed 19-25, 26-24, 25-21 and 25-18. Beaver next meets Altamont Saturday at 8:00 am in the consolation semifinals.1-A State Volleyball TournamentQuarterfinalsOREM, Utah-The Panguitch Bobcats pounded Water Canyon 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the 1-A state girls volleyball tournament at Utah Valley University Friday. The Bobcats smacked the Wildcats 25-8, 25-15 and 25-8. Top-seeded Panguitch next draws Rich Saturday at 9:30 am in the semifinals.OREM, Utah-The Rich Rebels outlasted Piute 3-2 in the 1-A state girls volleyball quarterfinals Friday at Utah Valley University. The Rebels prevailed 25-13, 30-32, 25-11, 24-26 and 15-12 in the win over the Thunderbirds. Piute meets Water Canyon in the single-loss semis Saturday at 9:30 am.OREM, Utah-The Intermountain Christian Lions dismantled Valley 3-1 Friday in the 1-A state volleyball quarterfinals at Utah Valley University. The Lions downed the Buffaloes 25-15, 26-24, 18-25 and 25-21. Intermountain Christian meets Milford Saturday in the semifinals at 11:00 am. The Buffaloes will face Monument Valley Saturday at 11:00 am in the single-loss semis.OREM, Utah-The Milford Tigers overpowered Monument Valley 3-0 in the 1-A state volleyball quarterfinal at Utah Valley University Friday. The Tigers downed the Cougars 25-12, 25-17 and 25-18 for the win.Second RoundOREM, Utah-The Panguitch Bobcats clobbered Tintic 3-0 in the second round of the 1-A state girls volleyball tournament Friday at Utah Valley University. The Bobcats pounded the Miners 25-7, 25-11 and 25-7 for the straight sets victory.OREM, Utah-The Piute Thunderbirds bested Whitehorse 3-0 Friday in the second round of the 1-A state girls volleyball tournament at Utah Valley University. Piute dismantled the Raiders 25-10, 25-14 and 25-15 for the decisive straight sets win.OREM, Utah-The Intermountain Christian Lions slammed Bryce Valley 3-0 in the second round of the 1-A state girls volleyball tournament at Utah Valley University Friday. The Lions downed the Mustangs 25-20, 25-9 and 26-24.OREM, Utah-Monument Valley smacked Wayne 3-0 in the second round of the 1-A state girls volleyball tournament Friday at Utah Valley University. The Cougars gashed the Badgers 25-22, 25-22 and 25-19 for the straight sets victory.OREM, Utah-The Milford Tigers walloped the Escalante Moquis 3-0 Friday in the second round of the 1-A state girls volleyball tournament at Utah Valley University. The Tigers prevailed 25-19, 25-9 and 25-15 for the straight sets win.OREM, Utah-The Valley Buffaloes got past the Tabiona Tigers 3-2 in the second round of the 1-A state girls volleyball tournament at Utah Valley University Friday. The Buffaloes outlasted the Tigers 25-14, 22-25, 29-31, 25-23 and 15-13.Consolation BracketOREM, Utah-The Tabiona Tigers smacked Bryce Valley 3-0 in the 1-A state volleyball tournament consolation bracket Friday at Utah Valley University. The Tigers routed the Mustangs 25-14, 25-11 and 25-13 for the straight sets victory. Tabiona next draws Escalante Saturday at 8:00 am in the consolation bracket semis.OREM, Utah-The Escalante Moquis overpowered Wayne 3-1 Friday in the 1-A state volleyball tournament consolation bracket. The Moquis smacked the Badgers 25-20, 25-15, 21-25 and 25-16 to best their fellow Region 20 foes. Tags: Football/Volleyball
The exams platform will be available for use from Trinity, while all exams scheduled to take place this term will happen in Weblearn. The new platform, which has been in use by the Medical Sciences Division since 2018, will feature 3 specific modes for typed, handwritten, and mixed exams. Students completing handwritten or mixed mode exams will be given 30 minutes of technical time to scan and upload their exam material. The University has announced the launch of its new exams platform in collaboration with Inspera Assessment, a European e-assessment provider, which will be available to demo from late February. More detailed information about this term’s academic provision has also been released, including the announcement that those taking exams this term will be expected to take the same number of papers and assessments as usual, unless this was previously confirmed to change (as is the case with Classics Moderations). Dissertations and project work will be adapted for the context so that they maintain “the same intellectual rigour,” and the university has acknowledged that some projects may have to be designed, or redesigned, in order to account for the inaccessibility of some resources. Placements and year abroad projects will continue to go ahead with increased consideration of risk, although the university has noted that students “will not be required to take up a year abroad or other placement against their wishes.” The new academic provisions information summarises some of the details previously released by the university, including encouraging students to keep a record of disruption faced if they wish to apply for Mitigating Circumstances. The provisions also confirm that most students can expect entirely online teaching for the start of Hilary term, with the exception of some research students. All exams scheduled to take place in Hilary will be online, with the exception of one medical exam. Students normally entitled to 25% extra time for exams will be given an additional hour to complete their exams in Inspera, and any students entitled to more than 25% extra time will by default be given an exam duration of 8 hours. Courses that already have longer online exams, such as some English exams, will not generally be giving additional time. Further details for international students will be released later in February, but the university has announced that students in different time zones should be able to complete their exams in daytime hours.
This fall, the Greater Ocean City Theatre Company (OCTC) is excited to present Little Shop of Horrors, which is perfect for the spooky Halloween season.Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin) are the creative force behind what has become one of the longest-running off-Broadway shows.Performance dates are Nov. 1 and 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier, Moorlyn Terrace and the Boardwalk.Tickets are $15 per person and are available for purchase by calling 609-399-6111 or visiting oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice.An exciting mix of R&B, gospel, rock and roll and 1950s doo-wop, Little Shop of Horrors tells the story of meek floral assistant Seymour Krelbourn and a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” after his co-worker crush. Set in the backdrop of downtown skid row, Seymour is promised fame and prosperity by his carnivorous companion, provided he keep Audrey II well fed with human blood – by any means necessary.OCTC’s production of Little Shop of Horrors is sponsored by Ocean City Coffee Company and Shriver’s Salt Water Taffy and Fudge. The show is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI) and directed by Brandon Monokian, with sets by James Hartman, lighting by Tom Williamson, costumes by Laura Bretherick, choreography by Michael Hartman and musical direction by Andrew Hink. OCTC’s production of Little Shop of Horrors features 25 students in seventh through 12th grades from area schools, including Ocean City High School, Egg Harbor Township High School, Upper Township Middle School and Ocean City Intermediate School.Leading the cast of student performers are Erik Wagner (Seymour), Ruby Doran (Audrey), Logan Brown (Orin), Aiden Brandt (Mushnik), Mia Watson (Audrey II) with the “Ronnettes” being played by Julia Wilson, Emily Wynn, Maria Stathakopoulos, and James Craver. The Ocean City Music Pier serves as the venue for the Ocean City Pops.
David Grisman, perhaps better known by the nickname “Dawg” given him by the late Jerry Garcia, is more than just one of the finest mandolin players of this or any generation, he’s also a true student of bluegrass music. Over his storied career that has seen him play alongside notables like Garcia in the legendary Old And In The Way he has also performed and recorded with Red Allen, Peter Rowan, Stephane Grappelli, the Grateful Dead, John Hartford, Del McCoury, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, Earl Scruggs, James Taylor and Doc Watson after his tutelage from the late, great Ralph Rinzler.Over the weekend, Grisman and his band The Bluegrass Experience performed at the Clear Creek RapidGrass Bluegrass Festival. Dawg took the opportunity to take the fans in the audience to school, recounting a brief history of the beginnings of bluegrass, from the early recordings that made tiny regional acts into recording stars to Bill Monroe and his backing band, The Bluegrass Boys, from who, an entire genre of music was named.Our own Rex Thomson was on hand and filmed a trio of songs and their scholarly introductions that we’re pleased to share with you. Enjoy!“The Gold Watch and Chain” by The Carter Family“I’m Rolling On” by The Monroe Brothers“Will You Be Loving Another Man” by Bill Monroe & the Bluegrass Boys