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  • Residence halls welcome nine new rectors

    first_imgAs Notre Dame freshmen move in Friday, a record nine new rectors will welcome students back to their residence halls.Heather Rakoczy Russell, associate vice president for residential life, said this is the single largest rector turnover on record, with new rectors in Cavanaugh, Duncan, Fisher, Howard, Knott, Lyons, Pasquerilla East, Walsh and Welsh Family Halls. Lauren Donahue, the new rector of Cavanaugh Hall, holds a Master of Arts in student affairs in higher education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Donahue said her experience living in dorms as a student makes her excited to lead a residence hall community. “I am thrilled to begin this new adventure with the women of Cavanaugh Hall, and it is an honor and blessing to be a part of this community rooted in history and tradition,” she said. “I am looking forward to growing in faith and fellowship with the women of Cavanaugh as they discern who and what God has called them to be.”Duncan Hall’s new rector, Nhat Nguyen, served as the rector of Fischer and O’Hara-Grace Graduate Residences last year. He said he wants to continue Duncan’s outstanding community after winning Men’s Hall of the Year last year, with a focus on developing personal relationships with residents. “I’m humbled and blessed for the opportunity to share life with the men of Duncan in the coming years: to celebrate with them, to walk through bitter valleys with them and to journey everywhere in between,” he said. “It will be an honor and a privilege to form deep meaningful relationships with my students.  I’m looking forward to meeting each and every one of them to hear their stories, to learn from them and to know each of them by name.”Richard Mazzei, class of 1978, lived in Flanner Hall during his undergraduate years but will take the reigns at Fisher Hall this year. Mazzei was a goalie for the Notre Dame club lacrosse team and worked for 30 years as a high school administrator, teacher and coach at Malden Catholic High School in Massachusetts. “Fisher has a great spirit that I hope to continue,” he said. “This is a dream job for me; it is like coming home again.  I have a great love for Notre Dame and I am so grateful to be able to serve in this position.”The new rector of Howard Hall, Amanda Springstead, graduated from Notre Dame in 2011 and said the uniqueness of residential life at Notre Dame prompted her to become a rector.“I wanted to be a rector because at Notre Dame there is an infusion of spirituality and faith within the hall,” she said. “[It is] a community that is filled with tradition and talented young women who value the relationships they build within the hall. The Notre Dame residential life experience is so distinct.”Sarah Heiman had virtually no connection to Notre Dame aside from visits to campus before she took over as rector of Lyons Hall. She said she wants to help the women of Lyons and all students share their talents with the world. “I’m most excited about accompanying young women during a time in their lives when many questions about faith, careers, relationships and their personal hopes and dreams are being raised,” she said. “The students of Notre Dame are incredibly gifted and have so much hope that they can bring to the world; helping someone identify the unique way they are called to serve others is one of the best parts about being a rector.”  Walsh Hall, one of the oldest dorms on campus, will welcome Elizabeth Detwiler, who said she hopes to grow into the close-knit community of the dorm.“Walsh is a small, intimate community,” she said. “From what I’ve gathered from former students, current rectors and former rectors, Walsh Hall is great place to sink roots and become the best version of yourself.” “I cannot take any credit for this generous inheritance; I have no plans to change it. My plans are to learn from the Wild Women of Walsh on what makes their community unique and work hard to keep cultivating a space for these women to feel at home.”Carol Latronica, class of 1977, will bring her labradoodle Lucca with her to Welsh Family Hall, where she will take over as rector. She said looks forward to working with the women in the community and making it a true home.“It is very exciting to be back ‘home’ and being able to work with young women as they begin a wonderful journey,” she said. “Being able to empower women to be the best they can be and become more than they ever dreamed, is a wonderful gift I have been given.”  Margaret “Mamie” Smith comes to Pasquerilla East Hall from Howard Hall, where she served as an Assistant Rector.Patrick Kincaid will serve as the new rector of Knott Hall.Tags: rectors, residence halls, Residence Lifelast_img read more

  • Delray Beach man arrested after stabbing dog multiple times

    first_imgPolice in Delray Beach have arrested a man who reportedly stabbed a dog multiple times in the neck.The incident was reported Monday at a home in the 3800 block of Sherwood Boulevard.Authorities say they received a call from a homeowner stating that her tenant 33-year-old Adam Mizrach, attacked her dog with a large knife.When authorities arrived at the scene they found the dog bleeding profusely from it’s neck and Mizrach naked with blood on his heads and forearms.Authorities also noted that there was blood throughout the home and a puddles of blood on Mizrach’s pillow and sheets. They also located a large knife covered in blood that was placed in the kitchen sink.“There were blood trails all over the floor throughout the house as well as inside the bedroom that Mizrach was renting,” the report stated.The dog was taken to a veterinarian where he was treated for multiple deep lacerations near his jugular vein and carotid artery, along with lacerations to his chin and right shoulder.Mizrach was taken into custody where he reportedly told authorities that “he did not mean for this to happen.”He has since been charged with animal cruelty and ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation.last_img read more

  • DGOJ revamps AEAT tax data collaboration

    first_img Updating licensed incumbents, Spanish gambling regulator DGOJ has renewed its cooperation agreement with ‘Agencia Tributaria’ (AEAT), Spain’s tax agency.Both institutions confirm that they will move to revamp data and information mechanisms monitoring the tax compliance of Spanish licensed operators, that have been in place since 2014.Establishing new partnership terms, DGOJ officials will have access to the AEAT’s database providing information and updates on the tax obligations of licensed incumbents.Whilst in exchange AEAT officials will receive DGOJ data related to operator accounts and transactions, helping Spanish authorities fight fiscal fraud and criminal behaviours.Previously, both Spanish institutions would share data exchanges through a quarterly submission, primarily focused on licensed operators’ self-assessment on industry taxes.Closing its statement, the DGOJ brands its revamped data arrangement with AEAT, as an important mechanism for better governance of Spain’s online gambling marketplace and its licensed actors. Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Andrea Vota – Jdigital’s challenge of Spanish restrictions is led by logic and rationale August 13, 2020 Share Related Articles Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

  • Ghana’s Black Meteors to face South Africa on Friday for final Olympics spot

    first_imgGhana’s Black Meteors will face South Africa on Friday, November 22 in their final chance to seal qualification to next year’s Olympics in Tokyo.The Meteors could have secured a spot at the tournament with a win over the Ivory Coast in Tuesday’s semi-final but they suffered a 3-2 loss on penalties after the match ended 2-2 after extra time.The side will now have to beat South Africa  to book a place at the Olympics, a competition the Black Meteors have been absent from since 2004.South Africa suffered a hammering against Egypt on Tuesday, losing 3-0 to the hosts in the other semi.Egypt and Ivory Coast fill two of the three spots for Africa at the Olympics, regardless of the results from Friday’s final.Ghana suffer penalty heartbreakThe Black Meteors’ 3-2 loss on penalties to the Ivory Coast won’t come as a surprise to many Ghanaians given the nation’s struggles from the spot across various competitions.However, it was still disappointing for many Ghanaians to see the side fall on penalties despite coming from behind twice to level.Yossouf Dao put Ivory Coast into the first-half lead before captain Yaw Yeboah levelled for the Meteors in the second half.Dao scored again with six minutes to go to put Ivory Coast 2-1 up but Evans Mensah found an equaliser in injury time to take the match to extra-time.With neither side able to find another goal in the 30 minutes, the match proceeded to penalties.Ghana’s penalty hoodoo against the Ivorians continued as misses from Emmanuel Cudjoe, Evans Mensah and Kwabena Owusu gave their opponents a 3-2 win.Samuel Obeng and Emmanuel Lomotey were the only Ghanaians to find the net.Ghana will now have to beat South Africa on Friday to seal a spot at next year’s Olympics while the Ivory Coast face host Egypt in the final.Watch the highlights of the Black Meteors’ loss below:last_img read more