Last night, AC/DC brought their run with vocalist Axl Rose to a close. The tour wound it’s way across the world before finishing up in Philadelphia, PA at the Wells Fargo Center, with Rose replacing long-time vocalist Brian Johnson after he was forced to retire due to his deteriorating hearing.Original rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young was also forced to retire earlier this year as he is battling a debilitating case of dementia. While the tour pushed on, bassist Cliff Williams announced back in July that he would be retiring at the end of this tour, with it not feeling right to go on with so many original members dropping out due to health reasons. With that in mind, last night in Philadelphia was Williams’ final show with the band.Anyone who has seen AC/DC knows that it is the Angus Young show, with his schoolboy outfit, energetic stage presence, and wild guitar playing. It proved a truly touching moment when Young walked Williams out to the front and center of the stage as the band rang out the final notes of “For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)” in Philadelphia.See below for a HD video of “For Those About To Rock”, and watch as Angus Young salutes Cliff Williams during his final moments as a member of AC/DC:Video courtesy of YouTube user Jim Powers.
Read Full Story For nursing mothers returning to work or pursing their education, having a private space to allow them to continue breast-feeding their child can help ease the transition.As part of Harvard’s commitment to supporting a mother’s choice to breast-feed, a new lactation room has opened on the ground floor of Widener Library. The new room joins several other lactation spaces located across the University, but represents the first lactation room in the yard.Christina Linklater, a cataloguer in Houghton Library, encouraged the creation of the new room. “I saw advocating for a new lactation room as a small but real thing I could do to soften the potentially difficult experience of leaving an infant to come back to work, for myself and for other new moms,” said Linklater.Harvard College Library and Harvard University Office of Work/Life have partnered to provide the space the ground floor of Widener. It is located around the corner from the staff elevator in the Widener Cafe. Any Harvard-affiliated nursing mother (faculty, staff, student, breast-feeding spouse/partner) can register to use the Widener lactation room. The room has a hospital-grade Medela pump, for which you will need to provide your own Medela/Lactina attachments.Contact Jeanette Sanchez at 617-495-3721, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, for more information and to register to use the room.More information about Harvard’s new parents program can be found on HARvie.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Nashane PeterkinA 16-year-old Queens boy denied bail for recent sex attacks in Valley Stream is being investigated for similar unsolved sex crimes on either side of the New York City line, authorities said.Nassau County police said there are similarities between the two attacks Nashane Peterkin of Springfield Gardens was accused of, a third case in Lynbrook and others in NYC.“Serial sexual predatory events in Nassau County are extremely rare,” Chief of Department Steve Skrynecki told reporters during a press conference Monday at police headquarters. “We are looking at other cases.”Peterkin was charged with first-degree rape, assault, strangulation and attempted sexual abuse after being apprehended Sunday in Howard Beach.Police alleged he raped a 60-year-old woman on a hiking path at Valley Stream State Park on Sunday, Sept. 1. He also allegedly accosted, beat and tried to rip the clothes off of a 30-year-old woman who fought him off while walking home from the Valley Stream train station the night of Aug. 12.Skrynecki, who noted that the suspect was set to start high school Monday, said that the evidence against Peterkin includes DNA and one of the victims identifying the suspect in a lineup.He added that Nassau police had come up with their sketch of the suspect shortly before the park rape but had not publicly released it or the details of the first two cases because investigators were initially unsure if they were linked. After the park attack, “the pieces started to fall into place,” he said.Special Section Squad detectives are continuing the joint investigation with the NYPD, district attorney’s office, New York State Police and New York State Parks Police.
13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Analytics has been a prevalent topic for many years but never more prevalent in the credit union industry than it is today. Just a few years ago, the topic hardly came up, but in 2017, it’s hard to find a credit union not talking about, or planning and budgeting for a proper analytics solution. This excitement about analytics has gathered widespread attention, involving industries, companies, and individuals new to the field of analytics.Now that there is a lot of buzz around the topic, it is important to understand whose challenge, but more importantly, whose opportunity analytics is. Analytics is the credit unions’ opportunity. Not just one individual credit union, but all credit unions – the industry or movement.Credit unions need to understand the value of their data, not just as one credit union’s data, but the value of all credit union data. Alone, as a single credit union, how do we compete with U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo, and Citi Group, not to mention the FinTechs like SoFi? We can’t. The answer to our biggest challenges is something that is inherent to the credit union industry – collaboration. While we might not be able to fully execute on analytics alone, we can do it together – as ONE. continue reading »
Published on April 20, 2016 at 4:35 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Related Stories Syracuse football recruiting: Track the Class of 2017 Daewood Davis, a three-star wide receiver from Somerset (Florida) Academy Charter, flipped his commitment from Syracuse to Florida Atlantic on Wednesday night.This decision ends the 6-foot-2, 170-pound wideout’s dream of hoisting a national championship trophy for the Orange.“I wanted to commit before my season started,” Davis said on June 29, 2015, his original commitment date. “I (wanted to build a relationship) with the coaches and the players early.“… I think Syracuse is the place for me.”The Pembroke Pines, Florida native was originally recruited by former SU head coach Scott Shafer and became the first Class of 2017 commit. At the time, he held offers from Louisville, North Carolina State and Nebraska, among others.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDavis is graded as an 80 on ESPN.com, ranking as the class’ 38th best wide receiver and 228th overall out of the site’s top 300 rankings. He also now holds offers from Duke, Florida International, Miami, Penn State and West Virginia.Davis said multiple times throughout his commitment that Florida State was his dream school and that he’d flip his commitment if the Seminoles offered.Three day before Davis’ flip, an unranked wide receiver from Florida, Sharod Johnson, committed to Syracuse. The Orange now has three commits in its 2017 class, New York linebacker Isaiah McDuffie, New Jersey quarterback Tommy DeVito and Johnson. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+