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Various Wildcats Entering the Lexington African American Sports Hall of Fame

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Lexington African American Sports Hall of Fame (LAASHOF) will induct several new members this week, including eight former Kentucky Wildcats or those with close ties to the University of Kentucky. Those associated with the University of Kentucky include Dermontti Dawson, Tayna Fogle, Jack Givens, James Lee, Marc Logan, Dirk Minniefield, S.T. Roach and John Shelby. More information about each receiver is listed below. Dawson and Logan were letterwinners for the Kentucky football program, while Givens, Lee and Minniefield starred for the Kentucky men’s basketball program. Fogle was a member of Kentucky’s 1982 Southeastern Conference championship women’sRead News

Featured Alumni: Elisa Rodríguez | Science Faculty

Elisa Rodriguez, a Tucson native and 2015 graduate, studied Psychology as an undergraduate at the College of Science and goes on to earn her Master of Science in Professional Counseling in 2021. Rodriguez, who currently works as a trauma therapist primarily with children, laid the groundwork for foundation for becoming a therapist during his time as an undergraduate at the University of Arizona and would not be where he is today without the experience he gained in college. Rodriguez spoke with the College of Science to reflect on his time as an undergraduate and how to prepare him for aRead News

Women in Sports: Rachel Baxter

Published: September 4, 2022 at 8:25 PM EDT|Updated: 14 hours ago HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – Peri Sheinin spoke with professional pole vaulter Rachel Baxter about her record-breaking career at Virginia Tech, her rise to the top of the sport, and her journey in developing a positive body image. Copyright 2022 WHSV. All rights reserved.

Forward Udonis Haslem announces that he will return for the 20th NBA season

In this story: After the Heat came within one game of making a return trip to the NBA Finals, Udonis Haslem isn’t ready to hang up his sneakers just yet. The veteran forward, who spent his entire NBA career with the Heat, announced Sunday that he would be returning to Miami for his 20th NBA season. Haslem broke the news at his youth basketball camp at Miami Senior High Shool, his alma mater, to Inside the Heat’s Shandel Richardson. Haslem is a three-time champion, and is the Heat’s franchise leader in career rebounds (5,780). He will join Kobe Bryant andRead News

Summer of science | daily

With the goal of nurturing the next generation of agricultural and natural resource experts, the University of Delaware Envision program provides an intensive hands-on research experience to a small cohort of students each summer. In partnership with local institutions such as Lincoln University and Delaware State University, Envision also seeks to address the racial disparity in the sciences by recruiting interns from underrepresented communities. Over the course of 10 weeks, students develop and test their own theories while working with faculty from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) to tackle some of the most pressing challenges in animalRead News

Holy Spirit Catholic School student releases third country music single

Teachers at Holy Spirit Catholic School sometimes see student Sadie McClendon with her earphones on during class, her mind in another world. For most students this would be a problem, but Sadie, 15, has a grade point average above 4.0 and runs her own business. Sadie is already a veteran musical performer. She released her third single, “Eloise,” on July 1 on her way to creating her first album. The sophomore plans her own concerts, buys all her instruments and equipment, and has formed her own company to handle all the things related to her budding musical career. Her parents, Annie andRead News

The Lakewood High School student and West Shore Career-Tech culinary student finished third in the national competition

Lakewood’s West Shore Career-Tech District culinary arts student Reagan Fishbaugh recently placed third in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America national competition. (Photo courtesy of Reagan Fishbaugh) LAKEWOOD, Ohio — West Shore Career-Tech County Culinary Arts student Reagan Fishbaugh readily admits to being a bit of a perfectionist. That trait came in handy recently when the teenager put her culinary skills to the test during a trip earlier this month to the West Coast, placing third in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America national competition. “You learn more at competitions than you would necessarily learn inRead News

Find The Right Wall For Your Career Ladder In Business School

“The process of selecting the right MBA or graduate program is also part of making sure you … [+] climb the right wall when you force yourself to figure out what’s important to you.” Jonathan Masland, 42 co-founder and director of Fortuna Admissions When choosing a career ladder to climb, it is important to place it on the correct wall otherwise you will waste a lot of time and effort. Jonathan Masland spent his summers in college painting houses in Philadelphia, so he always climbed the ladders. The advice he received during his undergraduate studies at Harvard University has followedRead News

Dan Sewell: Retirement doesn’t suit this old reporter, so let’s talk politics

I was supposed to be retired. But the end last year of a career in daily journalism that spanned 44 years left me unconvinced that my writing days were over. Having spent most of my life with The Associated Press, the global news organization committed to reporting news without fear or favor or expressing personal opinions, and with The Enquirer in editing roles, I enjoyed the new freedom to decide what I thought about things and write about my personal opinions. Not always a good thing, especially on Twitter (find me @dansewell), where it’s all too easy to quickly getRead News

45 Thoughts on Tom Brady’s 45th birthday

Tom Brady turned 45 on Wednesday morning, and while most middle-aged men are suffering from back pain, icy knees or put off another workout in favor of a golf cart ride in moderate heat, what is probably the sport’s most famous sugar-free birthday cake added another candle Start of another Brady season. As always, the dots that led to here connect in an unusual way across sports, despite the physics, hence 45 reasons why 45 happened and why 45 matters, especially now. 1. The Numbers Game exercise, held every August 3rd, gets better every year. For example, in honor ofRead News

The most unbreakable sports records that are still being chased: Jerry Rice, Wilt Chamberlain, Wayne Gretzky stand out

Arguing the most impressive sports records is a difficult task: Does longevity matter? How about a one-game or one-season blast that has stood the test of time? Are older records just as good? How can we distribute the changes that significantly changed several games? Imagine going back 30 years and watching NBA players pull up 3-pointers on two-and-one fast breaks on a regular basis. On the other hand, imagine sitting down for a game tonight and seeing a baseball player hit his 2,000th consecutive game or try to steal a base every time he goes up. It just didn’t happenRead News

Money Today | Eric Molds has been inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame

Former Buffalo Bill Eric Molds was inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Molds was drafted by the Bills in the first round (24th overall) in the 1996 NFL Draft. “It was something I never really thought about because I was just having fun playing the game, and it makes it more special because I’m from Mississippi, so a lot of people who aren’t from the state don’t realize the severity, but I does because I’m from here and I grew up here, so it was extra special for me,” Molds said via WLOX. Before beginningRead News

The most unbroken sports records still being chased: Jerry Rice, Wilt Chamberlain, Wayne Gretzky stand out

Arguing the most impressive sports records is a difficult task: does longevity matter? What about one-time or one-season gameplay that has stood the test of time? Are older records automatically better? How are we taking into account the changes that have radically changed several sports? Imagine going back 30 years and watching NBA players pull up 3 points during a quick two-for-one break with regularity. On the other hand, imagine that you are sitting in the game tonight and you see a baseball player playing his 2000th game in a row or trying to steal the base almost every timeRead News

Horvath ’25 Finds New Career Interests in Technology at MWPAI

For six days in mid-July, the sidewalk outside Utica’s Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute (MWPAI) turned into an exhibition. Original artwork, created and donated by artists within a 40-mile radius, hangs on makeshift walls along the edge of the sidewalk, attracting the attention of passers-by. Mia Horvath ’25 was among the audience, but it wasn’t the art that caught her eye – it was the crowd. As he watched people linger in each section, he realized how museums could foster public interest in art. This is an important mission, and one that Horvath received as part of developing his apprenticeshipRead News

Ben Roethlisberger appears to be blaming the lack of recent playoff success on the ‘whites at a young age’.

Earlier this offseason, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and likely future Hall of Famer Ben Roethlisberger retired after an 18-year career. As the team prepares for its first season without him since the early 2000s, Roethlisberger has some things to say. We have already detailed his assertion that former Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert wanted Roethlisberger to retire earlier, while the Rooney family was happy to let him continue playing. In the same story where Roethlisberger commented on Colbert, he also talked about the way his career as a whole has panned out. Asked by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (h/t ProFootballTalk) about his careerRead News

Bachelor of Arts in Preparatory Studies in Law

Program Overview Prepare for a career in the legal profession by developing key verbal and analytical skills and expanding your critical thinking skills. The Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law Studies provides you with a solid foundation in legal studies and concepts necessary to access law school. If you are not sure whether law school is the next step, this program will not only help you decide, but also give you a basic understanding of the complex legal issues you will face if you choose to pursue a career in business or the government to pursue. In the pre-law degree, youRead News

The Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame adds seven members in 2022

BLACKSBURG – The Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame continues to grow in respect and culture, as two NCAA tournaments and two Super Bowl tournaments, as well as many ACC nominees, have been selected as part of a seven-person 2022 team. The 2022 class of inductees includes: Bruce Arians, former Virginia Tech quarterback (1971-74) has more than eight years of experience coaching experience in the NFL. In 2021, he lifted the Lombardi Trophy with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Kam Chancellor, an ACC competitor twice recorded 208 full tackles in his Virginia Tech career. The Chancellor went on to become aRead News

Statement by Art Council

Its first members were appointed by President Lyndon Johnson and included famous artists such as Ralph Ellison, Paul Engle, Elizabeth Ashley, Gregory Peck, Oliver Smith, William Pereira, Minoru Yamasaki, George Stevens Sr., Leonard Bernstein, Agnes de Mille, David Smith, and Isaac Stern. Which job is best for arts students? 40 jobs after graduation in art Project Technical Officer. sociology. Textile designer. Translator/interpreter. Visual communication designer. Web designer. Civil servants/government affairs. Executive Assistant. Is art a good career? So an art career can still be a good choice for those who love art and enjoy the environment they love. Moreover, theyRead News

The Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame adds seven members in 2022

BLACKSBURG — The Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame continues to grow in prestige and tradition as two NCAA champions and two Super Bowl champions along with multiple ACC titleholders were selected as part of the seven-strong 2022 class. The 2022 class of initiates includes: Bruce Arians, a former Virginia Tech quarterback (1971-74) with over eight years of experience as a head coach in the NFL. In 2021 he won the Lombardi Trophy with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Kam Chancellor, a two-time ACC champion who recorded a total of 208 tackles in his Virginia Tech career. Chancellor became the SuperRead News

How Logistx maintains an active lifestyle

San Diego-born breaker Logan Edra, better known by his stage name Logistx, aims for balance. As someone in tune with her mental and physical balance, Edra serves as an inspiration for dancers, athletes and ordinary humans. You will never guess, by its bubble and safe way, that your path to finding that balance has not always been so clear. What has helped are the ways he has learned to adapt and grow as his relationship with his sport has changed throughout his career. An unlikely entry into dance, along with a strong female mentor, drove Edra toward the career andRead News

Former Intel executive Diane Bryant on her biggest career regret and the best business advice she’s received

Diane Bryant has spent most of her career working for some of the best companies in the world – Intel and Google – often as one of the few women in the room. When she joined Intel in 1985, Bryant, now 60, told CNBC Make It that she had to quickly adopt the same habits as her male colleagues, like drinking whiskey and swearing, to “fit in” at the office. “I realized that the only way I can get them to collaborate with me and succeed on this team is if I make these men more comfortable by adopting theirRead News

Jamie Ortega wins Honda Sport Award for lacrosse at Collegiate Women Sports Awards

On Monday, the Collegiate Women Sports Awards presented fifth-year UNC women’s lacrosse forward Jamie Ortega with the Honda Sport Award for lacrosse. The Collegiate Women Sports Awards spotlight female track and field champions considered the “best of the best” in college athletics. The Honda Sport Award also recognizes community involvement and academic excellence in addition to athletic achievement. This year’s ceremony marked the 46th annual presentation of the Honda Cup awards. On June 14, Ortega was named the winner of the prestigious award by administrators from more than 1,000 NCAA member schools. She won the award over lacrosse finalists CharlotteRead News

Keegan McCain completes NCAA Career in Sports Forum

INDIANAPOLIS – Keegan McCain, a women’s tennis student with UTSA, graduated from the NCAA Annual Sports Career Forum where she represented UTSA and Conference USA. & # XD; The NCAA Career in Sports Forum is an annual program that brings together 200 selected NCAA student athletes of all levels to learn and explore potential careers in sports, particularly university athletics. & # XD; “I am thrilled that Keegan has been selected to participate in this unique professional development event,” said Stefanie Cisneros, vice director of Athletics Life Skills. “It gave her the opportunity to delve deeper into herRead News

Nine NFL players entering winning or breaking season 2022: Steelers ‘Devin Bush, Lions’ Jeff Okudah and more

With how fast and extensive NFL lists go over each year, it feels like everyone is in a make-or-break season, right? While that may be true in a way, there are some players more under the microscope than others, and for a number of reasons. Let’s break them down into serious make-or-break scenarios by situation before the critical 2022 seasons begin. Former top prospects in danger of busting Jeff Okudah Okudah’s NFL career to date has been nightmarish, a brutal, extraordinarily overwhelming rookie season followed by a torn Achilles in the season opener in 2021. This is a 6-foot-1, 205-poundRead News

Four Auburn students receive competitive music internships in Nashville

Notice body This summer, four Auburn University students will live and learn in Nashville while doing internships at a record label, a booking agency, a major music touring and marketing company. Cat Hall, who is pursuing a dual major in commercial music and kinesiology and exercise science, is on internship at the Creative Arts Agency or CAA. In the Nashville office, Hall said he is fulfilling a dream of working for a reputable booking agency and paving the way for working on a label or agency after graduating. “I’ve always been drawn to music creatively, and as my experience grew,Read News

Retired QB Ryan Fitzpatrick Joins Prime Video’s ‘TNF’ Show

Ryan Fitzpatrick proved in his NFL career he was built for blazing fame. He’s not shying away from the spotlight now that his time on the pitch is over. Fitzpatrick joined Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football coverage as a pre-match analyst in 2022, the network announced on Tuesday. Fitzpatrick ended his 17-season NFL career with an official retirement in early June, and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports at the time that Fitzpatrick was in talks with Amazon about joining NFL coverage in 2022. Such talk has led to Fitzpatrick getting a warm lock-up. a role in a prime-time slotRead News

Women in Business: LaTricia Hill-Chandler

Class of 2022 Women in business LaTricia Hill-Chandler Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Arvest Bank, Lowell Education: B.A., Business Administration, LeMoyne-Owen College; M.S., Management, Indiana Wesleyan University Professional History: Chandler has nearly 30 years of experience working at DEI. In 2019, she was appointed Arvest’s first DEI officer, overseeing the initiative in the company’s four-state footprint. Prior to that, he worked in Walmart’s global DEI office, responsible for creating strategy and implementing the inclusive leadership initiative. Chandler is a board member of the DEI Board of Directors and is a board member of the Rogers Teen Action Support Center. WhatRead News