This poster was one of many found on campus promoting white supremacy and anti-Muslim rhetoric. TCU parking: No room on the asphalt ReddIt Linkedin Facebook printTCU police are reviewing video as they try to determine who posted fliers promoting white supremacy and urging white people to “take back America,” and “Imagine a Muslim free America.”The posters, which were found in the Mary Couts Burnett Library and the Bass Building, were stamped with bloodandsoil.org. Vanguard America, which describes itself as a “white nationalist American youth organization,” runs the site.The site claims: “Our religion, our traditions, and our identity are dragged through the mud by the globalist establishment while millions of nonwhites flood our nation every year. If current trends continue, white Americans will be a minority by 2044. It’s time to take a stand.”Video footage from the Bass Building and the library is being reviewed as part of the investigation, said Detective Stephen Hall.“It’s not a crime, but it is against school policy,” Hall said. “If the flyers were distributed by students, the campus can address it with them.”Photos of the fliers were posted on Snapchat before they were removed.The bloodandsoil.org domain was registered two weeks ago; its Youtube channel has been active for at least six months. ReddIt Linkedin Previous articleFrogs drop another close one against Oklahoma for seventh straight loss, 73-68Next articleHorned Frogs defeat Ole Miss 5-3, sweep weekend in Houston Emily Laff RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TCU alum writes book on finding purpose Welcome TCU Class of 2025 TCU tells Greeks: No Hazing Emily Laffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/emily-laff/ Emily Laff Students react to controversial speaker’s views on radical Islam Facebook + posts World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Emily Laff is a senior journalism major (and die-hard Broncos fan) from Denver, Colorado. When she is not out reporting she is most likely at a Krispy Kreme drive-through or in an aisle at Barnes & Noble. Twitter Emily Laffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/emily-laff/ Emily Laffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/emily-laff/ Twitter Emily Laffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/emily-laff/
One in five employees claim they are extremely stressed at work, according to a study for the Health and Safety Executive.Slightly more (23 per cent) say they have experienced illness that has been caused or made worse by work in the previous 12 months. The study also found middle-aged workers and graduates were slightly more likely to report feelings of stress. Marital status mattered too, with those who were widowed, divorced or separated reporting higher levels of stress than single or married people. Stress was found to increase with salary and to be greatest in socio-economic group 2, those earning over £20,000.The most stressed respondents were likely to work at night, do shift work and work longer, more unsociable or unpredictable hours than the low stress group. They were also more likely to be exposed to noise at work. Those reporting high stress levels tended to have to work fast, or very intensively, more frequently than those in the low stress group and had less control over their work speed and working time.The findings were highlighted by Professor Andy Smith at a stress at work conference run by employment analysts IRS last week. He said, “Stress occurs where demands exceed ability to cope. High stress is associated with a heavy workload.” In the long term high stress levels run hand in hand with more arthritis and rheumatism, backache, hay fever and stomach trouble, the study also found. Respondents who had suffered these health problems over the previous 14 days noted that they made more use of pain-killers, medicine for indigestion, sleeping pills and antidepressants. “There is a very urgent need to look at long-term health associated with stress at work,” Smith told the audience. “Perceived stress at work is a major problem and we should consider prevention.”The Bristol stress and health at work study was based on 4,135 respondents in paid employment drawn from a random sample from the local electoral register.www.irseclipse.co.uk By Kathy Watson Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Workplace stress makes staff sick, research findsOn 21 Nov 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
Hamilton’s lawyers have said the tax structure leading to the VAT refund was entirely legal. Noting that his spokesmen had already put out a press release, Hamilton said “I don’t really have much more to add.”“I’ve just come from this great period of time with my family and friends that I have this huge wave of positive energy and nothing can really dent that,” he said.“That doesn’t distract me from my core values and also what I’m here to do, which is trying to win this Brazilian Grand Prix for the second time in my life in 10 years.” Share on: WhatsApp Sao Paulo, Brazil | AFP | Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton on Wednesday dismissed a row over his avoidance of taxes on a luxury jet, saying he’s only thinking about this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix.“I’m just solely focused on trying to win this race this weekend. I still have two races to go. I don’t really have anything to add to the whole scenario that’s happening,” he told reporters in Brazil’s biggest city ahead of Sunday’s race.The British driver, who was crowned world champion for the fourth time last month in Mexico City, reportedly got a £3.3 million ($4.4 million, €3.7 million) VAT refund in 2013 after his airplane was imported into the Isle of Man — a low-tax British Crown Dependency.The allegation was part of revelations in the so-called Paradise Papers, a trove of documents about the tax avoidance practices of the rich leaked from elite accountancy firm Appleby to the US-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
Facebook14Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Oly Town ArtesiansJason Fairhurst scored twice including what proved to be the game winner in the 51st minute and the Oly Town Artesians knocked off the Tri-Cities Alliance 3-2 on Saturday night at Black Hills High School. Christian Segovia also scored for the Artesians and Sawyer Price picked up his second win of the season in goal.After being shutout by the Artesians 3-0 in Pasco earlier this season, Tri-Cities jumped out to an early lead when Daniel Sinchuk got behind the Oly defense and scored on a one versus one opportunity giving the Alliance a 1-0 lead in the 15th minute.But Oly responded with two goals in less than three minutes. The first was Fairhurst’s first of the game in the 34th minute, getting a second chance on his own shot that Alliance goalkeeper Andres Mendoza couldn’t handle. Then just a couple minutes later, Segovia gave the Artesians a lead that they wouldn’t relinquish when Manny Nicasio’s shot hit the post and landed right at his feet and he punched it home.After halftime, Fairhust scored his second goal of the game when Nate Boatright lifted a pass over the top and he got a step behind the defense. Mendoza came out to meet him, but he got to the ball first and popped it over the top and in to give Oly a 3-1 lead in the 51st minute. Tri-Cities got back in the game with a goal by Israel Gonzalez in the 74th and kept the pressure up over the final 15 minutes, but Price made three good saves to keep TCA off the board and secure the 3-2 win.With the win, the Artesians improved to 3-6-0 with one regular season Evergreen Premier League game left to play. They will face PacNW SC next Saturday in the home and season finale at 6:00 PM at Black Hills High School.The Artesians will play for a cup on Friday night when they face Nido Aguila Club America Seattle at the Washington Premier Complex in Puyallup in the final of the Washington State Super Cup.Stay up to date with the Artesians by visiting the Oly Town Artesians website, following them on Twitter, and liking them on Facebook.
The Bombers include, back row, L-R, Ava Strautman, Sam Garbula, Chiara Chirico, Jesse Cooper, Sydney Ednie, Rochelle Pearson, Lauren Walgren, Ema Borhi, Carina Petrat, Anna Goeppner, Chelsea Chirico, coach Bruce Walgren, Coach- Claire Hewson and Jena Wheeldon.Front, coach Val Gibson, Naomi Perkins, Allie Zondervan, Sarah Wade, Noelle Wang, Kyra Burkart, Sarah Rolleman and keepers Tara Yowek and Abbie Bourchier-Willans. The L.V. Rogers Bombers Fieldhockey squad is eager to get the playoffs started after posting a defeat over Stanley Humphries Rockers to close out the West Kootenay High School Girl’s Fieldhockey regular season.The Bombers face the Rockers in the semi final. The winner meets Rossland for all the marbles, and the Zone title along with a trip to provincials in November.Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to jump start the playoff run with Team of the Week honours.
John Terry’s second-minute header put Chelsea on course for victory at Stoke.Terry shrugged off the attentions of his marker Ryan Shawcross to send a powerful effort down and into the net from a Cesc Fabregas corner.The Premier League leaders were in command for most of the rest of the half and could easily have gone further ahead.Diego Costa shot just wide with a great one-on-one chance and the Blues created several opportunities on the break without testing home keeper Asmir Begovic.Eden Hazard was once again in mesmerising form and could easily have drawn a red card for Phil Bardlsey, who was instead booked for a scything challenge.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Dr. Pretti-FrontczakIn this audiocast, Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak shares ten play-based ideas of things you can do to learn what children know. This is a follow-up to her webinar “Have a Seat! Learning What Children Know Through Play.” If you missed the webinar, you can view the recording here.Audio Playerhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/prekmedia/MFLN+Have+A+Seat+Webinar+Follow+Up.m4a00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.For a written transcript of this audiocast, please click here.
Man City boss Guardiola confident Fernandinho can make Liverpool clashby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City boss Pep Guardiola is confident Fernandinho can make their clash with Liverpool.The influential midfielder has missed the last three matches through injury – which has coincided with City losing two times.And Guardiola has revealed the 33-year-old has made a return to training – even though he is still short of full match fitness.Asked directly about Fernandinho’s fitness Guardiola said: “Almost everyone is fit. They are training – not 100 per cent but training.”We will have his qualities again and he is an incredible player. He is so important like Kevin is, so of course we have to find another solution if he is not available.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say