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first_img Move-in day On top of things The Harvard Class of 2014 struts their stuff in these custom hats, made especially for them. Shaking hands Catherine Gu ’14 arrives at Thayer Hall for the first time and meets Dean of Harvard College Evelynn Hammonds. Her parents, Kenan (from left) and Yancui, and her sister, Amanda, look on in excitement. All for one … And 1-4 all. Who doesn’t love a clever balloon message? Stephanie Mitchell, Kris Snibbe, Justin Ide/Harvard Staff Photographers Got any Grey Poupon? Erin Washington ’11 of the Crimson Key Society offers window-side directions to the flood of families. Fresh-faced Moving is always stressful, and a smile is always welcome. Here, Stoughton North proctor Devon Wessman-Smerdon meets and greets incoming students. Is Matt Damon on there? First-year roommates Chelsea Celistan (left) and Danielle Lussi pore over a list of their room’s former tenants. Hardwood floors, exposed brick… Not a South End condo description, but a Stoughton dorm! Chelsea Celistan (center) and roommate Danielle Lussi (left) have lots of decorating to do. Drifters, vagabonds California girl Namrata Anand (left) sits with her cousin Kausalya and a boatload of luggage outside of her new home, Matthews Hall. Justin Ide/ Harvard Staff Photographer Empty nests Dean of Harvard College Evelynn Hammonds talks with and charms the proud parents. Mobile home Terrance Moore ’14 (right) moves from Atlanta into Straus Hall with a little help from his father, Melvin, and this cart. Photo ops Who wouldn’t strike a pose? Outside of Johnston Gate, Kyle Kruger (left) of Sugarland, Texas, charms the photographer (her mom). Harvard University began welcoming new students and their families Thursday (Aug. 26), with the first move-in day signifying the beginning of the fall semester and a new academic year.The newcomers were helped in acclimating to their environment by peer advisers — upperclassmen who volunteer to provide academic and social mentoring.  This group can easily be spotted around Harvard Yard wearing bright orange T-shirts that read “Finding Freshman.”Anika Petach ’13 is a peer adviser for Matthews Hall. She describes her role as “being there as a steppingstone for freshmen, with any questions they have so that they can get the resources that they need. It’s a friendly way for them to get information.”  Peer advisers also offer a student perspective about classes and other aspects of life on campus.The Gu family was greeted by Harvard College Dean Evelynn Hammonds after they finished moving their daughter Catherine into Thayer Hall from New Jersey. Yancui Gu was impressed with how organized the move-in was and how helpful people were in assisting. “The room is nice, and there is a big common room,” said Catherine. Her biggest concern was the bathroom, because, as she said, “I really don’t know how this is going to work with a hall full of girls and only two showers.”Terrance Moore and his father Melvin traveled from Atlanta to move in Terrance. Terrance said of the traffic-clogged streets that, “we were not ready for that” but his dad said, “We are from Atlanta, I promise you this traffic is nothing. We had no problems and I have no complaints. Everything was done just right.” They said this is an exciting time for each of them. Terrance is looking forward to “meeting all the extraordinary people at Harvard” and the football season.”  Melvin said of his son, “I hope that he makes us all proud with whatever he does. I’m proud of him getting here.”Jimmy McCune and his mother Sharon had an easy commute, coming from nearby Somerville. The most challenging part of the move for them was the 20-minute time limit to get everything from the car upstairs to Jimmy’s room. Jimmy said he approached move-in day with an “expect the unexpected” attitude, and it had gone better than expected. Of presidential priority Harvard President Drew Faust picks up some energy-efficient fluorescent bulbs from Chandan Lodha ’13 (from left), Annie Baldwin ’13, Annie DeAngelo ’12, and Kurt Tsuo ’11 of the Resource Efficiency Program.last_img read more

first_imgELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth and George Stevens Academy softball and baseball teams split a pair of games at Ellsworth High School on Thursday.Ellsworth (1-1) beat GSA 20-0 (0-3) on the softball diamond. Pitchers Mackenzie Chipman and Sammy Mason allowed one hit and no runs in a combined five innings of work for Ellsworth, and junior Hannah Sargent had three hits and drove in a pair of runs.In baseball, GSA (3-0) scored four runs in the seventh inning to break open a two-run game and win 7-2, sending Ellsworth (1-1) to its first loss of the season.Both schools will play their next games Saturday, April 29. Ellsworth will be on the road for a noon game against Old Town, which won both baseball and softball state titles last year and remains unbeaten in both sports in 2017. GSA faces Orono at 2 p.m.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

first_imgWell done to our U-12 girls football team who enjoyed a hugely successful Blitz in Cookstown on Saturday last.  The girls performed excellently over the course of a very enjoyable tournament.The Senior Footballers were defeated by Kilcar in the league at the weekend by 3-12 to 1-10 while the Reserves had a fine win, final score 2-13 to 1-08.Congratulations to Aideen Kelly and Sinead O’Kane who were part of the Donegal U-15 Camogie side that won an historic All Ireland Shield title in Co.Meath at the weekend.Hard luck to the U-16 boys football team who were defeated by MacCumhaills after extra time in the Northern Championship final.  The boys now play Kilcar in the county semi final.The U-13 boys football team travel to Muff this Sunday while the Dev. team are also away, at Burt, both games at 11.45. Hard luck to the U-13 girls team who lost out to Termon last week.  They now play MacCumhaills in the ‘B’ Championship semi final, provisionally set for 11am in Ballybofey this Saturday.The U-13 hurlers had mixed fortunes in their games at the weekend, beating Naomh Colum Cille and losing to Eoghan Rua.  They face Kevin Lynch’s and Na Magha this saturday morning from 11.10am.Thanks to everyone who turned out at Sunday’s Century Cinemas Academy and particularly to the Senior footballers and management who held a meet and greet and coaching session for the Academy children.  A huge crowd was on hand on the day as our future stars got to meet their heroes.Anyone interested in ordering a sign for the County Final can contact Peter on 086 385 2973, full details on the club facebook page.Members available to help with the clean up at the Clubhouse are asked to attend at 6pm this Friday evening.  A big turnout is needed in order to prepare for the Denim v Cancer charity fundraiser which takes place on Saturday evening at 8pm (details on facebook).  All help most appreciated. Anyone interested in taking part in Scór na nÓg should contact the club Cultural Officer, Fergus McGee. Phone: 086 85 44445 or by e-mail to [email protected] Full details on the Club website and Facebook page.The Hurling Academy continues on Fridays at 6.30pm while the Century Cinemas Football Academy is on Sundays at 11am.  New members are always welcome to both academies.  For more information, please contact Ciaran Maguire, 087 4133372, Eugene Duffy, 086 8430240 or Eunan O’Donnell 087 6775637.The Clubhouse at O’Donnell Park is now available to book for parties, functions, etc.  Contact Niall on 086-3062893 for further information/bookings.This week’s winning lotto numbers are 9,24,15,21There were 7 x match 3 winners each getting €15Edward & Pauline Nugent, Carnamuggagh Damian Daly, NewmillsDeclan O Donnell, Ballylawn, ManorAbove winners direct debitBrian McBranabhan, Ballyboe LaurenceDan Lane, c/o Radisson Hotel, GalwayDanny Bradley, 1 Grand Central AptsAbove were sold by Mr Lotto – Adrian ShieldsNext weeks jackpot is €1725GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S U12 GIRLS PERFORM SUPERBLY AT BLITZ IN COOKSTOWN was last modified: October 6th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAASportlast_img read more

first_imgA NUMBER of the county’s Credit Unions are putting staff on full-time debt collection duties as the number of people failing to meet loans increases.Yesterday at Letterkenny District Court a number of cases were heard where agreements were reached to re-pay debts – with repayments in one case set at €50 per month.One of the county’s biggest Credit Unions – in Buncrana – has now put two of its eight staff on full-time credit control checks to keep up with the number of people defaulting on loans. Meanwhile one source told donegaldaily.com that a small number of people in several parts of the county are “using” the downturn not to pay back loans.“Many people are in difficulty but there is a handful of people who have flash cars and fancy holidays who are trying to use the downturn as an excuse not to re-pay loans,” said one insider.DONEGAL CREDIT UNIONS PUT STAFF ON LOAN ALERT was last modified: October 4th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more