The Saint Mary’s Student Government Association (SGA) continued to discuss the co-exchange program and explored ways it could partner with Notre Dame’s student government at its meeting Wednesday. Last week, SGA held a forum regarding co-exchange, which was meant to allow student voices to be hear, student body president Rachael Chesley said. But she said many students did not feel the administration listened to what they had to say. “I think in the upcoming weeks, we are going to stay on the administration because I don’t want them to think that we’ve forgotten about this and that students are suddenly OK,” she said. Chesley encouraged SGA to consider creative ways for the administration to make up for the lack of co-exchange meal ticket availability. SGA also created a new finance committee, which will be responsible for creating the budget, as well as working with clubs and organizations for sponsorship purposes. In the past, much of SGA’s meeting time was spent discussing whether or not to give clubs money, which hindered productivity, Chesley said. “Now, the finance committee will take care of that end of things,” she said. SGA also discussed several partnership opportunities with Notre Dame’s student government. Chesley said there were two opportunities to work directly with the University’s student leaders. SGA planned to co-sponsor an event where attorney C.L. Lindsay would visit the community and to co-sponsor a program that reaches out to local businesses and creates a partnership so students can receive discounts. “It will encourage students to go out to the local businesses, which will help them, and it’ll help students because it will be more cost-effective to go out,” Chesley said. “Also, it’s going to benefit the community.”
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Homeless animals across Long Island are as cute as they come. The only thing they are missing is a forever home. Read all about how to adopt and save a life right here!Available for adoption at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter in Wantagh:Diamond is a brightly shining senior pit mix who so desperately needs a new home. She was surrendered by her owner because they could no longer care for her. She is 9 1/2 years old, 65 pounds, and happens to have the most gorgeous brownish/reddish fur and floppy ears.Diamond lived in the same home her entire life, and now finds herself alone, and homeless. Staff and volunteers are heart heartbroken for this sweet gal who deserves a loving home to grow old in. As per her previous owner, Diamond is house trained, knows the commands “sit,” “stay” and “come,” is quite friendly with people, and would love nothing more than to make her way back into a home as fast as possible.If you are interested in adopting Diamond, call 516-785- 5220, email at email@example.com or visit 3320 Beltagh Ave., Wantagh. Available for adoption at North Shore Animal League America in Port Washington:Peppermint Patty and GrammyNine-year old Peppermint Patty (reference #V37015) and 10-year old Grammy (reference#V37016) are the cutest dynamic duo we’ve ever seen! This bonded pair of senior beagles are just about as sweet as they come. Despite their age, they love playing together and running around.These two know how to show you a good time all the time as they greet you with theirtails wagging! You might even get a kiss or two!HarlemHarlem (reference #BF2110) is the most handsome cat with his hypnotizing green eyes and gorgeous tabby coloring! Locally rescued, this 4-year-old kitty is happy, healthy and waiting to meet you. He loves a good ear rub, and a rigorous round of play with feather toys and cat nip. He has coexisted with other cats but he’s just as happy to be on his own. Because he can be an enthusiastic player, a home with children 12 years and older will benefit him as he adjusts to his happy new life in a loving home. If you’re looking for feline companionship, let North Shore Animal League America introduce you to this dreamboat today!For more information on how to adopt Peppermint Patty, Grammy or Handsome Harlem, please send an email to Sonias@animalleague.org.Available for adoption at The Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter:DartDark and handsome Dart (reference #180026) came to the shelter as a stray in mid-January. He is the most beautiful domestic medium-haired male, with such a shiny black coat. He is estimated to be just about 5 years old.Dart loves to explore and check out his surroundings, then he is ready to take a seat right on your lap to collect his abundance of petting, love and affection. This very handsome boy is up to date on all his vaccines, neutered and is now micro chipped. Dart is hoping to be lucky enough to find his forever home very soon!TinselReady to fall in love? Meet Tinsel (reference #170670). This very handsome and friendly 8-year-old neutered male is single and ready to mingle his way into a new forever home. Since arriving at the shelter as a stray in early December from an industrial garage, he has been given the TLC treatment and has made shelter staff and volunteers fall head-over- heels in love with him. It is now time for him to start the next part of his journey and find a loving home of his own.For more information about adopting Dart and Tinsel, call the Town of Oyster BayAnimal Shelter at 516-677-5784.Available for adoption at The Town of North Hempstead Animal Shelter:MonicaGorgeous gal Monica is a 5-year-old Pit Bull Mix who is described as an energetic and playful girl who knows her commands, and even enjoys the company of other dogs. She’s also proving herself to be an agility champ. Due to her exuberance, she would do best in an active home with kids 10 years old and up.For more information about adopting her, call the Town of North Hempstead Animal Shelter at 516-944-8220Available for adoption at Last Hope Animal Rescue in Wantagh:CharleneCharlene (almost) has it all. A vibrant Calico coat with gorgeous patchwork, a brightpersonality to match, she’s less than 2 years old and is as friendly as they come. The only thing Charlene is missing is her own forever family. Charlene was rescued as a friendly feral during a TNR (Trap/Neter/Return) project in Patchogue and is now ready to go home with you today!For more information on adopting sweet Charlene, contact Last Hope at lasthopeanimalrescue.org or call 631-425- 1884.As always, thanks for reading and please remember to always adopt, never shop…pass iton!
Betgenius expands virtual sports range with Kiron August 20, 2020 Related Articles Romania’s largest sportsbook operator, Superbet, has confirmed that it has signed a new multi-year deal with Betgenius which is set to become the operator’s new in-play trading partner.The long-term deal will see Betgenius offer its live-betting products to Superbet, covering a wide range of sports markets including football, basketball and volleyball, across both its online and retail platforms.Vlad Ardeleanu, General Manager Superbet Romania, praised the new partnership: “We are delighted to work with Betgenius as for Superbet’s business it is critical to work with the best possible partners. “Having the right technologies integrated into our final product is a key component for our overall growth strategy.”Through Betgenius’ new trading console, Superbet will be able to focus upon driving its profits through the customisation of sportsbook management features, ranging from fixtures and bet types offered to margin levels and suspension triggers.Matt Stephenson, Global Partnerships Director at Betgenius, added: “Investing in high quality, proven products is vital for an operator with the ambitious and exciting growth plans of SuperBet. “Our in-play trading service, which includes market-leading products for popular local sports like football, basketball, volleyball and handball, will no doubt play an important role in driving growth for SuperBet across their core Eastern European markets.”As it stands, Betgenius currently has partnerships with Romania’s top two operators – Superbet and Fortuna – and has been awarded a Class II supplier licence by the country’s regulator. StumbleUpon Share Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance August 17, 2020 Submit Superbet doubles down on Lucky7’s challenger investment July 27, 2020 Share
“You have to be able to make a call and move from there,” Reich told reporters, “whether we’re full speed with Andrew after that third preseason game (Aug. 24) or if at that point we are going with Jacoby.” Related News Luck was spotted on the field prior to Saturday’s preseason win over the Browns, but wasn’t in uniform.Given he has been limited to just three practices since April and won’t be on the field this week, it’s becoming more unlikely that Luck will start under center next month. Odell Beckham Jr. on Giants trading him to Browns: ‘They thought they’d send me here to die’ Colts coach Frank Reich today: QB Andrew Luck will not practice this week. The issue remains a matter of “full speed movement vs. pain threshold.”Team, ideally, will want to know his status for Week 1 next Monday. That’ll be 13 days shy of the season opener.— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) August 20, 2019The Colts have been cautious with Luck, who suffered a strained calf this spring and is also dealing with a sprained ankle. Reich said last week he wants to decide by the third preseason game whether Luck or backup Jacoby Brissett will be the opening-game starter. Julio Jones’ agent headed to Atlanta to talk new Falcons deal, report says Andrew Luck will take the week off to allow his body more time to heal.Colts coach Frank Reich on Tuesday said his quarterback will continue to be absent from practice as the team’s Sept. 8 regular-season opener against the Chargers approaches, noting the issue remains a matter of “full speed movement vs. pain threshold.”