Updated Saturday at 1:53 p.m.The McGavick-Gayheart ticket will be required to forfeit 12 percent of the votes cast for it during Friday’s student government presidential runoff election, Judicial Council announced in a press release Friday morning.According to the release, juniors Gates McGavick and Corey Gayheart were “found to have supporters releasing confidential information from previous Judicial Council allegation hearings, as well as engaging in a continued pattern of unethical behavior,” which violated Judicial Council’s Election Regulations and Sections 13.4(e), 17.1(g) and 17.1(h) of the Student Union Constitution.The aspect of the Election Regulations the ticket violated, the release said, mandates that candidates are “responsible for [their] actions as well as the actions of [their] supporters.” Section 13.4(e) of the Student Union Constitution states that, aside from information included in Judicial Council press releases, “all other information pertaining to hearings and appeals shall be considered confidential.”Section 17.1(g), another section the ticket was found to have violated, reads, “Candidates may not be involved in or instruct others to engage in any unethical behavior as detailed in 17.1(h).” Section 17.1(h), the final section Judicial Council found the ticket to have violated, states that “Candidates are expected to behave ethically at all times” and states that examples of unethical behavior are “monopolization of limited bulletin board space, covering or defaming of any other candidates’ posters, insulting or defaming other candidates and harassment or misconduct toward any election officials.”According to the press release, “Judicial Council will not release the election results while there are pending allegations and appeals,” in accordance with Section 17.1(m) of the Student Union Constitution.“Our team is very disappointed in Judicial Council’s decision,” McGavick said in a statement emailed to The Observer. “We respect the confidentiality of the process and, as such, can’t share anything about the content of the politically motivated allegations. We wish we could, however, because they read like a bad episode of ‘House of Cards.’ We will be appealing the decision in the senate.”Senate called an emergency meeting to hear the McGavick-Gayheart ticket’s appeal Saturday afternoon, but a quorum was not met at the time the meeting started. As a result, the appeal was not heard, and the Election Committee’s decision of a 12 percent forfeiture of votes stood.This is the fifth instance of sanctions issued by Judicial Council in this year’s election, including one that requires the Kruszewski-Dunbar ticket to forfeit 10 percent of votes it receives in Friday’s runoff election.With the forfeitures in place for both tickets in Friday’s runoff election, it is possible that neither ticket receives a majority of votes to be declared winner. Should that be the case, the election will go to an electoral college system that is currently in place in the event of a tie, senior and Judicial Council president Matt Ross said, as there is currently no procedure in place for the event that neither ticket receives a majority in a two-ticket race.“What happens is, I have to breakdown the votes from [Friday], in terms of senate constituencies — that’s the term that the constitution uses — and I will then read off the votes based on senate constituency,” Ross said. “So … it basically turns into an electoral college, and then count the votes. Whoever wins, wins.”Tags: 2018 student government election, Judicial Council, sanctions, Student government
Japanese shipping major Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) has placed an order for what it claims to be the world largest LNG-fueled pure car and truck carrier (PCTC).A keel laying ceremony for the 73,500 GT vessel was held at NYK’s compatriot Shin Kurushima Toyohashi Shipbuilding on September 20, 2019.The newbuild is scheduled to be delivered in 2020 and will be the first large LNG-fueled PCTC to be built in Japan, according to NYK. To fly the domestic flag, it will feature a length of 199.95 meters and a width of 38 meters.In order to minimize a reduction in vehicle loading capacity caused by the installation of LNG fuel tanks, in addition to optimizing major items such as ship width, several designs for maximizing the cargo loading space will be implemented, and the new vessel will be able to transport approximately 7,000 units per voyage, the company said.With the support of Japan’s Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism for its model project to reduce CO2 emissions by using alternative fuel, the vessel will be equipped with the technology to further reduce CO2 emissions and the experimental veriﬁcation in its actual voyage will be scheduled.As explained, the ship will be about 40% more energy efficient, exceeding the International Maritime Organization (IMO) EEDI phase 3 requirements* that will become effective in 2025. The vessel is additionally expected to reduce sulfur oxide (SOx) emissions by approximately 99% and nitrogen oxides (NOx) by approximately 86% compared to conventional heavy oil–fired engines.Over the past few years, NYK has been steadily moving toward using LNG as a propulsion fuel. Back in 2016, NYK built the world’s first LNG-fueled car carrier which entered in service in 2017.Last year, the group began issuing green bonds to finance LNG-fueled ships and LNG bunkering vessels, among other green financing projects.
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If the Patriots hope to repeat as Super Bowl champions, they’ll likely have to win some ugly games along the way. They reaffirmed their ability to do just that Sunday against the Cowboys, relying on defense in a 13-9 win on a rainy, windy day in New England. Dallas, which falls to 6-5 but is still has a one-game lead on the NFC East by a game, never got in the end zone as quarterback Dak Prescott and the offense continued to struggle against quality competition. Prescott was 19 for 33 through the air for 212 yards and an interception, part of a Dallas offensive performance that netted just 130 yards after halftime. It was the fourth time this year the Patriots (10-1) haven’t allowed a touchdown. 4:28 p.m.: Jonathan Jones breaks up Prescott’s third-down pass and forces and three-and-out.4:26 p.m.: It is rainy, windy and reasonably cold in New England. The Cowboys start off after a touchback.3:55 p.m.: Here are your inactives.#Cowboys inactives vs. Patriots (W12):Leighton Vander EschJoe JacksonTrysten HillDevin SmithCedrick WilsonDonovan WilsonBrandon Knight— Patrik [No C] Walker (@VoiceOfTheStar) November 24, 2019Patriots inactives:WR Mohamed Sanu (ankle)WR Phillip Dorsett (concussion)QB Cody KesslerOT Korey CunninghamCB Jason McCourtyRB Damien HarrisTE Ryan Izzo— Doug Kyed (@DougKyed) November 24, 2019 PLAYOFF PICTURE: Updated standings for Week 12The game’s only touchdown was set up by a blocked punt by Patriots special teams ace Matthew Slater late in the first quarter. The block set up New England on the Dallas 12, and quarterback Tom Brady hit wide receiver N’Keal Harry for a 10-yard score two plays later. Brady was far from stellar himself, completing 17 of 37 attempts for 190 yards and a touchdown.Harry’s touchdown opened scoring, and the Patriots held a 10-6 advantage at halftime. The second half started with six consecutive punts before New England extended the lead with Nick Folk’s third field goal of the game. Folk’s stat line was about as good as any other Patriot’s.MORE: Questionable tripping penalty call sends Twitter into a frenzyDallas moved to the Patriots’ 11 on the following drive but settled for another field goal. Then, the visitors forced a punt to get Prescott the ball back on his own 5 with 2:38 to play, only for the offense to move the chains just once before turning the ball over on downs. New England then turned to running back Sony Michel (20 carries, 85 yards) to convert a first down and ice the Patriots’ victory.Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights from the intriguing Week 12 game between the Cowboys and Patriots. Follow along below .Cowboys vs. Patriots score Q1Q2Q3Q4FinalCowboys06039Patriots730313Cowboys vs. Patriots: Scoring updates, highlightsFinal: Patriots 13, Cowboys 97:27 p.m.: New England gets a first down on the ground, which should just about do it.7:24 p.m.: Dallas has three timeouts left, so this one isn’t over. There will also be plenty of discussion of the tripping call, which was far from a flagrant violation.This was the terrible tripping penalty previously on the drive.Mike Pereira said he understands the call but Troy Aikman disagreed. pic.twitter.com/aZ8sR7uD15— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 25, 20197:20 p.m.: TURNOVER ON DOWNS, Cowboys. Two would-be first downs get taken off the board for Dallas. The first, on third-and-1 is called back for a tripping call. The second is initially ruled a completion to Cooper but hit the ground. New England will take over on the Dallas 25.This was the 4th and 11 no-catch by Cooper. pic.twitter.com/R7POhsq0dL— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 25, 20197:16 p.m.: The Cowboys get a chunk of yardage on the first play of the drive but face a third-and-short on the other side of the 2-minute warning.7:12 p.m.: Dallas bends but doesn’t break, forcing a punt around midfield. The Cowboys will get it back on their own 5 with 2:38 to go and three timeouts.7:02 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Cowboys. Facing fourth-and-7 from the 11, Jason Garrett takes the points. Dallas is still without a touchdown this evening. Patriots 13, Cowboys 9.6:58 p.m.: A huge play for the Cowboys. Prescott hits Randall Cobb for 59 yards to the Patriots 25. Cobb nearly lost the ball at the end but made a nice play to snag it out of the air.Beautiful throw by @Dak to @RCobb18 for the 59-yard gain! #DallasCowboys #DALvsNE📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/YLI9jW8U5W pic.twitter.com/eLvVX8Omfc— NFL (@NFL) November 24, 20196:50 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Patriots. New England loses 10 yards over the final set of downs, but Folk is still good from 42 yards out to make it a touchdown lead again. That was easily the longest drive of the game, at a little over six minutes. Patriots 13, Cowboys 6.End third quarter: Patriots 10, Cowboys 66:37 p.m.: We’re well on our way to a scoreless third quarter, with less than a minute to play. Patriots and Cowboys both have three drives. Patriots gained 26 total yards, Cowboys 22.6:25 p.m.: The teams have combined for two first downs on the first four drives of the second half.6:07 p.m.: New England goes three-and-out. Brady has completed eight of his 18 pass attempts. Your thoughts, Tom?Brady: “F*ck” pic.twitter.com/z3zQDVzGRU— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 24, 20196:03 p.m.: The second half is underway, with the Patriots in possession.Halftime: Patriots 10, Cowboys 65:48 p.m.: MISSED FIELD GOAL, Patriots. Brady gives New England a chance to get some points on the final play of the first half, but Folk misses the 48-yarder. The Patriots head to halftime up four.5:35 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Cowboys. A big play plus roughing the passer puts Dallas in the red zone, but New England gets a third down stop to force a chip shot field goal. Maher is good from 27. Patriots 10, Cowboys 6.5:27 p.m.: MISSED FIELD GOAL, Patriots. Now it’s New England’s turn to miss a kick. Folk is wide right from 46 yards out.5:24 p.m.: A big gain to start the Patriots drive.Jakobi Meyers looking slippery in the rain ⛈ #GoPats #DALvsNE @jkbmyrs5📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/YLI9jW8U5W pic.twitter.com/Gax7u6cOe6— NFL (@NFL) November 24, 20195:18 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Cowboys. Elliott is up to 49 yards on 11 rushes. Prescott with a bad misfire on third down, which brings Brett Maher out for a 46-yarder he converts. Patriots 10, Cowboys 3.Dak missed a wide open Cobb for a first down on 3rd down and short. #Cowboys ended up kicking a FG to make it 10-3. pic.twitter.com/Xrp4NUGfM9— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 24, 20195:09 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, Patriots. New England only goes 3 yards after the interception, but Nick Folk’s 44-yarder is true. Patriots 10, Cowboys 0.5:07 p.m.: INTERCEPTION, Patriots. Prescott throws behind Amari Cooper, and Stephon Gilmore dives in front of it for a pick. New England is back in business.🔒⬇️Stephon Gilmore dives for the interception! #GoPats #DALvsNE @BumpNrunGilm0re📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/YLI9jW8U5W pic.twitter.com/Rr0HEbGVWQ— NFL (@NFL) November 24, 2019End first quarter: Patriots 7, Cowboys 04:56 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Patriots. Brady hits N’Keal Harry with a back-shoulder throw for a 10-yard score on the second play of the drive. Patriots 7, Cowboys 0.. @NkealHarry15 ‘s first career TD is a beauty! #GoPats #DALvsNE📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/YLI9jW8U5W pic.twitter.com/gQAkzrbgHp— NFL (@NFL) November 24, 20194:54 p.m.: BLOCKED PUNT, Patriots. New England with the biggest play of the first quarter, overloading the left side of the Cowboys’ line and allowing Matthew Slater to get a hand on the punt. The Patriots take over inside the red zone.MATTHEW SLATER BLOCKS THE PUNT!!! pic.twitter.com/jgVKDc06K0— PatriotsNation™ (@PatsNationTM) November 24, 20194:49 p.m.: Dallas sacks Brady on third down to get the ball back.4:40 p.m.: MISSED FIELD GOAL, Cowboys. A pass interference penalty and a lot of Ezekiel Elliott brings Dallas to the edge of field goal range. But the 46-yard field goal doinks off the upright, and we remain scoreless.Zeke is eating early 🍽 #DallasCowboys #DALvsNE📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/YLI9jW8U5W pic.twitter.com/tEjjqVAfos— NFL (@NFL) November 24, 20194:32 p.m.: A heavy dose of Sony Michel runs moves the Patriots to about midfield, but an incompletion on third down brings out the punting unit.
McKinleyville >> With new jerseys in toe, the Ferndale Wildcats made Jeremy Griffith’s head coaching debut quite the successful one.Sophomore quarterback Landon Gomes threw four first-half touchdown passes to lead a new-look Ferndale offense, as the Wildcats opened the 2017 season with a 35-0 win over McKinleyville at Panther Field on Friday night.“It’s a momentum builder,” Gomes said of getting the opening-week win. “No matter who’s coaching us, we’re going to come out and work hard and try …
The uncertainty has finally ended for the Congress in Odisha with the party’s national president Sonia Gandhi dissolving the Pradesh Congress Committee office-bearers and all other committees constituted for the recently held Assembly and Lok Sabha elections in the State.PCC president Niranjan Patnaik and two working presidents Chiranjib Biswal and Pradip Majhi, however, will continue in their posts as per the decision taken by the Congress president on Monday.Resigned from post Mr. Patnaik, who was appointed PCC president in April 2018, had resigned from his post following the poor performance of the Congress in the State in the recent elections. His resignation, however, was not accepted by the AICC.“We are sure and confident that we will fight back and recover our space in Odisha politics,” said Saptagiri Ulaka, party’s lone Member of Parliament from Koraput, in a tweet, while thanking the Congress leadership for taking the necessary steps in reviving the party in the State.A party leader in Bhubaneswar expressed satisfaction over the AICC decision. As Mr. Patnaik, Mr. Biswal and Mr. Majhi have remained in their posts they should constitute different committees of the PCC without delay, he said.Regaining lost ground Another office-bearer of the party said that organisational restructuring should be carried out at all levels to regain the party’s lost ground in the State. The ensuing urban body elections will offer a chance to revitalise the party across the State, he said.The Congress has been losing strength in Odisha in recent years by losing ground to the Bharatiya Janata Party that is growing fast since it emerged as the number one rival to the ruling Biju Janata Dal in the panchayat elections in 2017. The Congress bagged only one Lok Sabha and nine Assembly seats in the recent elections as against one Lok Sabha and 16 Assembly seats in 2014.
Transfers Arsenal couldn’t afford Evans, admits Wenger 20:38 2/10/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Michael Steele Transfers Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal Manchester City West Bromwich Albion Arsène Wenger Premier League The centre-back was courted by the Gunners and Manchester City in January, but the Frenchman confirmed his side could not match the asking price Arsene Wenger says Arsenal could not afford to buy Jonny Evans from West Bromwich Albion in January.The Gunners appeared to be the frontrunners to sign the 30-year-old, though Manchester City were also interested.Although Alan Pardew conceded during the transfer window that Evans would be available for the right price , Evans ended up staying at The Hawthorns after West Brom rejected Arsenal’s late approach, which was far off of the valuation . Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Having already decided to spend a club-record £55 million on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Wenger says the north London side simply could not afford to pay what West Brom wanted while big-spending City were in the race.”I said many times that we did what we wanted to do but not all that we wanted to do,” he told BT Sport when questioned on their failure to land the ex-Manchester United player.”He was not available for what we could afford.” Asked why he did not request more money from Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke, he added: “If Kroenke gives you £200m, Man City then get £400m.”Arsenal are sixth in the table ahead of Saturday’s north London derby match with Tottenham, who sit four points ahead of them in fifth.