St Anne’s College alumna Ms Helen King is to be its next principal, after her lifelong career in the police service.Ms King was selected by the college’s Governing Body, after applications and interviews that included senior members of the college and the JCR President, Pranay Shah.Shah told Cherwell, “Having interviewed the shortlisted candidates, I can truly say I am very glad Helen King is the new Principal of St Anne’s.Having attended, and stayed in touch with, the College she truly understands its ethos and principles, and it is personified in her down to earth and genuine character.I believe she will be a fantastic leader for us and take St Anne’s forward in a great direction over the upcoming years.”Helen King studied PPE at St Anne’s, graduated in 1986 and joined the Police Graduate Entry Scheme, before a hugely successful career in the police service that included a Deputy Chief Constable role and Queen’s Police Medal in 2011.Helen joined the Metropolitan Police Service as Assistant Commissioner for Territorial Policing in June 2014 with oversight of policing in London’s 32 Boroughs, and was responsible for Roads Policing and Criminal Justice. Since April 2016, she has held the position of Assistant Commissioner for Professionalism which includes responsibility for Training and Professional Standards.She said, “I feel immensely honoured and a little overwhelmed to have been selected by the Governing Body of St Anne’s College to be their Principal and to be the first police officer ever appointed to head an Oxbridge College.“St Anne’s is rightly proud of its history of having been established by a remarkable group of determined people in order to enable women of any financial background, with talent, appetite and determination, to gain a university education at Oxford.“It resolutely continues to seek to identify and nurture students with potential, regardless of privilege.”Robert Chard, Acting Principal, said, “speaking on behalf of the Fellowship, I would like to stress how delighted we are at the outcome of this election. St Anne’s selects its Principals for their values and personal qualities, and Helen King combines genuine human warmth with impressive competence and a commitment to inclusiveness, diversity and opportunity.“We feel she will work well with all segments of the St Anne’s community – students, staff, Fellows, and alumnae – in steering the College through what looks to be a time of many changes ahead, and keeping us in an optimal position to continue our tradition of transforming the lives of people who traditionally would not have had access to an Oxford education.”
View Comments ‘La La Land'(Photo: Dale Robinette) Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Go Behind-the-Scenes of La La LandLa La Land gorgeousness keeps on coming. Here we have a behind-the-scenes look at the new movie musical, starring Broadway alum Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. Featuring lyrics by Main Stem favorites Pasek and Paul (Dear Evan Hansen), and written and directed by Damien Chazelle, the film is set in modern day Los Angeles and explores the joy and pain of pursuing your dreams. La La Land hits movie theaters on December 9, comfortably making the Oscar submission deadline—we can’t wait to check it out! They’re purrfect even when it’s fureezing cold! #CatsBroadway #MacysParade #Rehearsal #Thanksgiving @Macys pic.twitter.com/zz9CRJ7gA8— CATS on Broadway (@CatsBroadway) November 23, 2016 Apply for a Lloyd Webber University ScholarshipThe latest component of the American Theatre Wing’s Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative has been announced—the first annual application period for 4-Year Partial University Scholarships is now open. “I have always been a passionate supporter of young talent. It is crucial that proper training is available for the performers of the future and it fills me with great joy that my Foundation can help in this way,” said the composer in a statement. High school students in grade 12 who demonstrate talent and ability in the theater arts, but have a lack of resources to attend a four-year university program are eligible to apply; for more information click here.Patti LuPone Takes on Robert De NiroBroadway legend (and former Lloyd Webber leading lady) Patti LuPone, who will soon return to the Great White Way in War Paint, can also be seen in the upcoming Robert De Niro movie The Comedian. Following an aging comic icon, the film is slated to land in movie theaters on February 1, 2017; check out the trailer below. P.S. Here’s the composer’s purrfect Cats cast rehearsing for tomorrow’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Happy Turkey Day one and all!
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New Delhi : The fire of India’s own #MeToo movement that engulfed the media and entertainment industry with several women coming out with shocking allegations against bigwigs, has now reached to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).On behalf of an unnamed victim, author Harnidh Kaur had posted that BCCI CEO Rahul Johri had allegedly sexually harassed her when he was in the Discovery Channel. The victim claimed to be an ex-colleague of Johri.Also Read | #MeToo: Kate Sharma files police complaint against Subhash Ghai for alleged sexual harassmentFollowing the woman’s allegations, the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has given him a week’s time to respond to charges.“The reports disclose allegations of sexual harassment made against Mr Johri, by an unnamed person through a twitter handle. The allegations also relate to his previous employment with a large media house,” the CoA said in a statement.The CoA said that it was “appropriate” to seek an explanation from Johri even as the allegations didn’t pertain to his employment with the BCCI. The SC-monitored body, however, said that further course of action will be taken after his explanation.“He has been asked to submit his explanation within a week. The future course of action will be considered on receipt of his explanation,” the statement read.Also Read | Hrithik Roshan’s ex-wife Sussanne Khan says #MeToo is another publicity gimmickThe #MeToo movement in India started after former Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta’s allegations of sexual harassment against National-award winning actor Nana Patekar. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
highlights Pakistan Super League coverage has been suspended in India.Pakistan cricket players’ photos has been removed.Pulwama terror attack killed 40 CRPF jawans. New Delhi: The fall-out of the Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF jawans were killed has hurt India and Pakistan cricketing relations. The Cricket Club of India (CCI) has covered the photo of Imran Khan, who is the former skipper and current Prime Minister of Pakistan while the photo of several Pakistan players has been removed from the Punjab Cricket Association and Rajasthan Cricket Association. Speaking about the incident, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expressed ‘regret’ and said it will take up the issue with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in an International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting which will be later in the month.“We have always believed and emphasised that sports and politics should be kept separate. History tells us that sports, particularly cricket, have always played a key role in building bridges between people and countries. Covering or removing portrait of former Pakistan cricket captain and Prime Minister Imran Khan and other legendary cricketers from one of the most historic cricket clubs and venues are highly regrettable actions,” PCB Managing Director Wasim Khan stated.Apart from cricket associations, the coverage of the Pakistan Super League in India has also been affected. IMG Reliance has pulled out of covering the PSL games while D Sports has also suspended the coverage of the PSL games on Television in India. Apart from TV, digital platforms have also taken a stand with Cricbuzz, a popular digital platform not covering the games on their website. There is a #UninstallCricbuzz which is trending on Twitter and there is plenty of outrage against the site from Pakistan. Many Pakistani users have downgraded the app and are uninstalling the app for their lack of coverage on the PSL. An Australian journalist by the name of Denis Freedman, who primarily covers cricket in Pakistan, has changed his name on his Twitter handle to #UninstallCricbuzz to show solidarity with Pakistan. Cricbuzz’s rival, ESPNCricinfo, has not boycotted the PSL and continues to give ball-by-ball coverage, match reports on its site.Speaking about the incident, Wasim Khan said, “We have been informed by IMG Reliance that they will be unable to partner with us for the remaining PSL 2019 and PCB has reserved all its rights. The PCB always had a contingency plan in place.”India will take on Pakistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup encounter in Old Trafford, Manchester on June 16. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Currently the director of the basketball division of Africaâ€™s leading sports and entertainment company CBL, Anto holds two Masters Degrees in Business Administration and Sports Business Management. She also has a bachelorâ€™s degree in sports and sports science and administration.â€œWe are delighted to have Anto as one of our celebrity runners. We are particularlydelighted that she will be running to raise awareness about the plight of the Girl Childalbeit the international Day of the Girl Child as declared by the United Nations is inOctober,â€ said race’s spokesman Dare Esan.â€œAnto’s charity run will increase awareness of gender inequality faced by girls not onlyin Nigeria but worldwide based upon their gender especially in the areas such as access to education and protection from discrimination, violence against women and early child marriage among other things,â€ Esan added and revealed the race does not encourage such discrimination.â€œAt Okpekpe race we give equal opportunities to both men and women to compete and the prize money for both is equal. We are happy to provide the platform for celebrities toraise awareness about some societal ills and diseases,â€ he said.â€œTwo years ago we had charity runs to raise awareness about breast cancer anchored by 2015 Miss Nigeria Pamela Peter-Vigboro Leesi in conjunction with Sebeccly Cancer Care and the orphanage by the We Care Trust, a pet project of Mrs Lara Oshiomhole, wife of former Executive Governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomhole.â€œLast year, we had 2016 Miss Nigeria Chioma Stephanie Obiadi race to raise awareness about the Green-Girl project aimed at empowering young women to become agents of sustainable environment in Nigeria as well as Mrs Betsy Obaseki, the First Lady of Edo State who also raced to raise awareness about cancer,â€ explains Esan.The Okpekpe international 10km road race powered by Pamodzi Sports Marketing is not all about running for the prize money. All over the world people have seen the power of sport to raise funds and awareness about any project or cause and road running have been a very veritable vehicle for achieving this purpose.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram One of 2018 Big Brother Naija reality TV show participants Munirat Antoinette Lecky (a.k.a Anto) has joined the cast of celebrity runners that will race at the historic IAAF silver label Okpekpe International 10km Road Race next weekend in Okpekpe near Auchi in Edo State.Anto, 28, will be running for charity at the event and the Edo State indigene has opted toraise awareness about the plight of the Girl Child.
Members of the delegation of the B&H Football Association, General Secretary Jasmin Baković and the Secretary of the coaching staff Elmir Pilav were in Brazil for the last few days in order to choose a training camp for the best B&H football players.After inspection of stadiums, the training fields and hotels in Salvador, Rio de Janeiro and Cuiaba, where the B&H team will play in the group phase at the 2014 World Cup, they visited individual training camps in order to find the most suitable base for their stay before and after Mundial, announced the NSB&H.Having in mind that FIFA began the process yesterday of registering training camps, it was necessary to react very quickly and apply for the appropriate destination where the B&H team will stay.After internal consultations within NSB&H, among several options, the hotel complex ‘Casa Grande’ (5 stars) was chosen to apply for, which is 100 km from Sao Paolo and located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.The resort ‘Casa Grande’ has all the necessary modern facilities for accommodation for the players, coaching staff and NSB&H delegation. The stadium where the Dragons will train is located five km from the hotel and will be fully reconstructed and ready until the beginning of preparations for the World Cup.In accordance with FIFA rules, the B&H team will travel to every game from the registered training camp, one or two days before the date of the match and will come back after the end of the match. The travels will be organized through charter flights.The team is required to travel to the training camp at least five days before the first match is scheduled to take place (Rio de Janeiro: Argentina-B&H, 15.06.2014). A detailed program of preparation for the World Cup will be defined later, announced the NSB&H.(Source: Fena)
During its March 12 meeting, the Oceanport Planning Board approved NJCU’s site plan application for a single academic facility and adjacent parking lot. OCEANPORT – Following an outcry from borough officialsover the scope of its plans, New Jersey City University is scaling back itsproposal for a satellite campus at the former Fort Monmouth. FMERA Executive Director Bruce Steadman said that, though NJCUhas agreed to alter the amendment, Amendment #13 has not been withdrawn. This story originally appeared in the March 14-20 print edition of The Two River Times. “Based on discussions Oceanport and NJCU had regarding futureelements, NJCU has agreed to make some changes and reduce the scope of theproject to some extent. That doesn’t mean the amendment has been withdrawn oreradicated, but it will probably be amended,” Steadman said. Borough officials remain wary the larger plan by developer KKFUniversity Enterprises, LLC, may resurface in the future. They are concernedtheir borough can adequately provide emergency services and security services,or absorb the potential traffic. “Once we see how enrollment goes (at Fort Monmouth), we can sitdown again with everyone and revisit the plan. But it’s difficult to know whatwe’ll need because we don’t know what that demand looks like,” de Veyga added. NJCU Chief of Staff Guillermo de Veyga said the pullback was theresult of a late February meeting between the university, the development groupand members of the Oceanport Borough Council. “We have no interest in doing (Phase 2 and 3) right now,” saidde Veyga. “The university has no vision to immediately put these massivestructures in. Our enrollment doesn’t merit anything beyond Phase 1 right now.” FMERA has received 44 pages of public comments concerningAmendment #13, said Steadman. The organization’s staff will be reviewingsubmissions in coming weeks. “My concern is that at some point, down the road, thedevelopment group can resubmit the same amended plan and FMERA can try to getit passed again,” said Borough Councilman and Planning/Zoning Board memberRobert Proto. “We would be in the same situation we are now.” Instead of constructing a residence hall, academic lab, visualarts center, performing arts center and athletic center and a parking garage,NJCU says it will only seek to build a one-story academic facility, and parkinglot on the 27-acre Squier Hall parcel and an adjacent complex on Sherrill Ave,as originally proposed in September. KKF put its Phase 1 plan – the construction of the facilitybuilding, performing arts center and parking lot called Amendment #13 – inwriting to FMERA on Dec. 12. With undergraduate enrollment at approximately 7,000 students,de Veyga said that it could be five years before the school needs to revisitthe site plan. By Chris Rotolo and Laura Kolnoski Oceanport Borough Councilman Joe Irace said the meeting withNJCU was a positive one, and that he agrees with the administration’s vision toenhance the school’s footprint if the student body’s growth determines it. Because the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority(FMERA) has the authority to approve the project, the governing body would liketo enter into a redevelopment agreement with the developer and cut FMERA fromthe development process. “(Amendment #13) is a plan for years down the road. It’s allbased on potential growth. Instead of jamming it all into one plan andhamstringing us, take FMERA out of the equation and five or 10 years from now,come to our planning board and work with us. This should be an Oceanport/NJCUdecision,” Irace said. Steadman said the FMERA board will vote on the scope of the work at Squier Hall in April. The board is due to meet April 17 at 7 p.m. at 502 Brewer Ave. in Oceanport.
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