Read Full Story The Mind Brain Behavior Initiative extended warm congratulations to its undergraduate Class of 2018 at a recognition ceremony held the morning of Wednesday, May 23 at the Harvard Faculty Club. Graduates included 48 seniors completing track or secondary field programs, the largest MBB class in 12 years and including the largest group of MBB secondary field graduates ever. The event included remarks by MBB Standing Committee co-chair Gennaro Chierchia (Haas Foundations Professor of Linguistics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences), MBB Initiative Co-Director Albert Galaburda (Emily Fisher Landau Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience, Harvard Medical School), MBB faculty member Edward Kravitz (George Packer Berry Professor of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School), and graduating senior Jerry Nelluvelil.
Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) is investigating a report of sexual assault committed in the early hours of Friday morning, according to an email sent to students at 2:45 p.m. Friday.The reported assault occurred in a South Quad men’s residence hall, the email stated.The email quoted “du Lac: A Guide to Student Life,” Notre Dame’s official policy book, and warned students of the risks of sexual assault as well as the standards of consent.“Sexual assault can happen to anyone,” the email said. “Anyone initiating any kind of sexual contact with another person must seek consent and not engage in sexual contact unless consent is given.“On college campuses, perpetrators are more likely to assault an acquaintance than a stranger. Being aware of your own safety and watching out for your friends are important steps you can take to reduce the risk of sexual assault.“Being aware of your own safety and watching out for your friends are important steps you can take to reduce the risk of sexual assault.“The perpetrator, not the survivor, is responsible for any instance of sexual assault. Nothing a survivor does or does not do is an excuse for sexual assault.”Tags: NDSP, sexual assault
ELLSWORTH — The high school volleyball regular season concluded Tuesday evening, and Ellsworth, Mount Desert Island and George Stevens Academy are set to participate in this year’s state playoffs.Ellsworth, which started the season 1-9, won three of its final four matches to finish 4-10. Wins last Wednesday over Westbrook, Friday over Nokomis and Monday over Cony lifted the Eagles to the No. 10 spot in the final Class B standings and gave the team a berth in the preliminary round.Ellsworth will play on the road against No. 7 Brewer (7-7) at 6 p.m. tomorrow, Oct. 24. The Eagles would advance to take on No. 2 Washington Academy (11-3) with a win.Elsewhere in the Class B ranks, MDI earned a bye to the quarterfinals as the No. 6 seed. The Trojans (8-6) will play on the road against third-ranked Cape Elizabeth (10-4) at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn Class C, George Stevens Academy (12-2) will host a playoff game for the first time in program history when it takes on No. 7 Machias (7-7) at 4 p.m. Saturday. A win would send the second-ranked Eagles to the state semifinals, where they would face No. 3 Calais (10-4) or No. 6 North Yarmouth (8-6).Eighth-ranked Bucksport (6-8) fell one spot short of the last Class C playoff berth. Ninth-ranked Sumner finished the year 2-12.
A year ago, the first round of the NFL Draft featured six trades between teams. The 2020 draft didn’t feature quite that many on Thursday, but one did produce what will probably be the biggest story of the first round.The Dolphins traded their 26th overall pick to the Packers with the fourth and final first-round trade of the 2020 NFL Draft, one which Green Bay used to draft the heir apparent to Aaron Rodgers: Jordan Love of Utah State. 2020 NFL DRAFT:Live NFL Draft updates | Top 100 prospectsThat will be the main talking point from Thursday’s action, but not the only one. Here’s a rundown of all the trades we’ve seen so far:2020 NFL Draft trade tracker(Player selections in parentheses; numbers reflect round of later selection)ROUND 6Jets trade pick to ColtsColts receive 211th pick (Isaiah Rodgers, CB)Jets receive Quincy Wilson, CBROUND 549ers trade pick to EaglesEagles receive 210th (6) pick and Marquise Goodwin, WR49ers receive 190th (6) pickBears trade picks to EaglesEagles receive 196th (6), 200th (6) and 233rd (7) picksBears receive 173rd (Darnell Mooney, WR) and 227th (7) picksDolphins trade picks to EaglesEagles receive 173rd (5) and 227th (7) picksDolphins receive 164th pick (Curtis Weaver, LB/DE)Dolphins trade pick to 49ers49ers receive 153rd pick (Colton McKivitz, OT)Dolphins receive Matt Breida, RBROUND 449ers trade picks to RedskinsRedskins receive 156th (5) pick and 2021 third-round pick49ers receive Trent Williams, OTROUND 3Vikings trade pick to SaintsSaints receive 105th pick (Adam Trautman, TE)Vikings receive 130th (4), 169th (5), 203rd (6) and 244th (7) picksJets trade pick to PatriotsPatriots receive 101st pick (Dalton Keene, TE) Jets receive 125th (4) and 129th (4) picks, as well as 2021 sixth-round pickRaiders trade picks to PatriotsPatriots receive 91st (Devin Asiasi, TE) and 159th (5) picksRaiders receive 100th (3), 139th (4) and 172nd (5) picksColts trade picks to LionsLions receive 75th (Jonah Jackson, G) and 197th (6) picksColts receive 85th (Julian Blackmon, S), 149th (5) and 182nd (6) picksBrowns trade picks to SaintsSaints receive 74th pick (Zack Baun, OLB) and 244th pick (7)Browns receive 88th pick (Jordan Elliott, DT) and 2021 third-round pickROUND 2Seahawks trade pick to PanthersPanthers receive 64th pick (Jeremy Chinn, S)Seahawks receive 69th (Damien Lewis, G) and 148th (5) picksRavens trade picks to PatriotsPatriots receive 60th (Josh Uche, LB) and 129th picks (4)Ravens receive 71st (Justin Madubuike, DT) and 98th (Malik Harrison, LB) picks Jets trade pick to SeahawksSeahawks receive 48th pick (Darrell Taylor, DE)Jets receive 59th (Denzel Mims, WR) and 101st (3) picks; Jets send 101st pick to PatriotsBrowns trade pick to ColtsColts receive 41st pick (Jonathan Taylor, RB)Browns receiver 44th (Grant Delpit, S) and 160th (5) picksROUND 149ers trade picks to BuccaneersBuccaneers receive 13th (Tristan Wirfs, OT), 245th (7) overall picks49ers receive 14th (Javon Kinlaw, DT), 117th (4) overall picksPatriots trade pick to ChargersChargers receive 23rd pick (Kenneth Murray, LB)Patriots receive 37th (Kyle Dugger, S) and 71st (3) overall picks; send 71st pick to RavensVikings trade pick to 49ers49ers receive 25th pick (Brandon Aiyuk, WR)Vikings receive 31st (Jeff Gladney, CB), 117th (4) and 176th (5) overall picksDolphins trade pick to PackersPackers receive 26th pick (Jordan Love, QB)Dolphins receive 30th (Noah Igbinoghene, CB), 136th (4) overall picks
A South Florida artist is offering a unique way for children and adults to keep busy while they are self-quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic.Brazilian-born Romero Britto, who lives in Miami and has a studio in the Wynwood art district there, is providing “at-home entertainment” in the form of a coloring book.It is available to download by clicking here.He encourages artists to post their masterpieces on social media, tag @RomeroBritto and use the hashtag #HappyArtBritto on Instagram in order to be featured in his story.In a news release, Britto said his mission “has always been to share love, happiness and optimism around the globe through his unique art and colors. Be part of The Happy Art Movement founded by Britto and help us share optimism and hope right now with people and places that need it the most!”
England international Hayley Davis shot two-under par to win her second title on the US women’s college circuit in the annual Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational in Texas. She laid the foundations of the win with a superb seven-under 65 in the first round and followed up with scores of 75, 74. She had 12 birdies and an eagle during the 54-hole event. Hayley, from Ferndown in Dorset, is a student at Baylor University, Texas, and her coach, Jay Goble, commented after the final round: “Hayley played great this week. Today she did not have all the putts fall, but it was a really dominant performance.” Hayley (Image © Leaderboard Photography) is in great form. She won the English women’s stroke play championship immediately before returning to the USA and only last week was runner-up in another college tournament. Her latest result underlines her consistently strong scoring, providing her with her 13th top three finish in her college career. She has been placed in the top five 16 times. Hayley’s result helped Baylor to finish third in the team event, their best result so far this season. Her next event will be the Alamo Invitational at San Antonio, Texas, which runs from October 26 -28. 15 Oct 2014 USA victory for Hayley Davis