Defense, ground game help College of DuPage repeat as national champions – Shaw Local

Defense, ground game help College of DuPage repeat as national champions – Shaw Local

College Of DuPage was looking to repeat its National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III national championship a season ago. North Dakota State College of Science was looking to bring back to its Wahpeton, ND, campus just over the Minnesota border a first national title for a program whose roots trace back all the … Read more

Check out the outdoors calendar for Dec. 5 | Sports

Check out the outdoors calendar for Dec.  5 |  Sports

MONDAY-TUESDAY STATE COMMERCIAL FISHING LICENSES & BOAT REGISTRATIONS: Renewals, 9 am-3:30 pm, 1025 Tom Watson Road, Lake Charles; Also: Wednesday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 200 Dulles Drive, Lafayette; Dec. 12-14, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 468 Texas Gulf Road, Bourg. LDWF Trip Ticket staff will be available. Website: MONDAY-THURSDAY RESTORE AMERICA’S ESTUARIES SUMMIT: New Orleans. Website: … Read more

People with special needs deserve a robust inclusion policy

People with special needs deserve a robust inclusion policy

People with special needs deserve a robust inclusion policy Ghanim Al-Muftah, Qatari disability activist & World Cup ambassador, with US actor, Morgan Freeman at the WC opening ceremony The 2022 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony regaled audiences across the globe with spectacular flair. One of the most defining moments in the event was when the … Read more

IPTAY and Clemson Athletics Announce Largest Gift in IPTAY History – Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site

Don’t ever let anything be ordinary; Ordinary is average, normal, usual and commonplace.” It’s an adage that Jim and Candace Brown live by. And on Dec. 3, the Brown family solidified that notion, committing an extraordinary gift to support IPTAY and Clemson Athletics. The commitment is the largest in IPTAY history and among the largest … Read more

Cal’s Bush wants affordable housing for marginalized people

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Jadyn Bush made a daily 90-minute commute just to get to her private Seattle high school some 30 miles away from her home in the diverse suburb of Federal Way, Washington. There were hundreds of train rides and bus trips with her younger sister Jillese. “I have been in a relentless … Read more

Canyons School District quickly switched to remote learning after Friday’s snowstorm

SALT LAKE CITY — Friday’s early morning storm impacted multiple school districts across the Wasatch Front. Several districts adjusted start times and some even canceled classes. Enough snow had accumulated on the roads in Canyons School District to prompt officials to take learning fully online. 34,000 students, 50 schools, and 6,000 employees made the switch … Read more

Column: College coaching color barrier firmly entrenched

Hugh Freeze returns to the Southeastern Conference with enough baggage to fill a jumbo jet. He turned his last SEC job into “Freeze Gone Wild,” using a university-issued cell phone to call an escort service while presiding over enough scandalous behavior to land Ole Miss on NCAA probation. Even now, as Freeze takes over at … Read more

17th Internet Governance Forum in Addis Ababa New technologies must remain a force for good

uch as artificial intelligence, blockchain, biotechnology and robotics, for the greater social good. These frontier technologies have the immense potential for driving the successful implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. However, their misuse can threaten human rights, generate unemployment, and foster the spread of inequalities, especially for developing countries that lag behind in the application … Read more

Amoore’s triple-double lifts No. 9 Va Tech over Nebraska

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — Georgia Amoore had 24 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for the first triple-double in Virginia Tech history as the No. 1 player in Virginia. 9 Hokies beat Nebraska 85-54 on Thursday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Elizabeth Kitley added 24 points and 12 rebounds for the Hokies (7-0), who … Read more

Royals tour US green tech incubator, meeting at-risk youth

BOSTON (AP) — The Prince and Princess of Wales on Thursday heard about solar-powered autonomous boats and low-carbon cement at a green technology startup incubator in suburban Boston before learning how a nonprofit gives young people the tools to stay out of jail and away from violence. William and Kate, making their first overseas visit … Read more