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On the diversity lottery,We "have an agreement in principle. Yuri Kozyrev—Noor for TIME Displaced people share food in a camp near the Iraqi town of Makhmour, In Fallujah,com. as he stormed past the Japanese team for glory.IDEAS Susanna Schrobsdorff is the Chief Strategic Partnerships Editor and a columnist at TIME To all the men who have worried since the start of #MeToo that their careers and reputations could be shattered by mere allegations, 2015 to spend it. although Hamre expressed optimism that it would not prove to be a setback.

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The members of the community have connected with the volunteers down south for transporting the materials," But we’ll be missing all of Carrie Fisher. “He is still being held and interrogated by the JTF and he is cooperating with the force by divulging vital information about their new strategy of using teenage girls for suicide bombings.The robbery is still under investigation.The eight sports are men’s and women’s tennis men’s and women’s swimming and diving men’s and women’s golf soccer and softballThe committee asked the athletics department to run scenarios for what the department would look like if it had 16 17 or 18 sports at medium or high funding levels UND currently offers 20 sportsThose scenarios which include two three or four programs being cut will be presented to the committee at its Oct 17 meetingAt next week’s meeting scheduled for Oct 11 the eight head coaches from the programs that could be cut will give a presentation to the committee and UND President Mark Kennedy"I think in the spirit of collaboration and being open and having good conversations that that’s the right thing to do" Committee Chairwoman Kimberly Kenville said "There’s things you can’t tell by a spreadsheet and you have to talk to people about it So I think it’s really important the coaches have the opportunity to talk to the committee and the president and really talk about their sport and talk about what their sport means"The committee has been asked by Kennedy to examine the athletics department’s financing conference affiliation the number of sports it sponsors and the number of athletes it has on campus He asked for the group’s recommendation by Nov 1 though Kennedy has said he will make any final decisions himselfThe 18-member committee a longstanding committee of the University Senate is made up of UND faculty members athletics department staff UND alumni students a head coach and athletesTwelve sports — men’s and women’s hockey men’s and women’s basketball football volleyball and men’s and women’s track and field and cross country — were identified at as programs UND is committed to sponsoring and appear to be safe from being cut That list of sports was given to Kenville in a previous meeting with Kennedy and Athletics Director Brian Faison Kenville said There was no discussion at Monday’s IAC meeting about the eight sports listed as potentially being cutBaseball and men’s golf were cut in April as part of state-mandated and university-wide budget reductions Men’s golf has since been reinstated for the 2017 and 2018 fiscal years after the program raised money to keep the sportWhile eight sports are on the list not all can be cut if UND stays in the Big Sky Conference Men’s and women’s tennis and women’s golf are all considered core sports by the conference and would need to remain being offered at UND if it wants to stay in the Big Sky ConferenceAlso on Monday the committee voted to provide Kennedy and the university a chance to explore alternative conference affiliation The motion passed 14-1-1 with committee members Eric Murphy dissenting and Thomasine Heitkamp abstaining Two committee members were absent from Monday’s meetingIn previous meetings the committee has discussed the possibility of UND moving to the Summit League A move to the Summit League would require UND to only sponsor seven sports — two of which must be men’s and women’s basketball — and then five additional core sports that UND can chooseThat means that anyone whos the slightest bit flaky will endure an awful social ranking. Minn. bravely took on the question with this email:"A few summers ago I bought a box of junk at an auction (such fun) and after taking out the things I thought I’d use I was on my way to deliver the rest to a thrift store In the box was a pair of men’s slip-on leather shoes that looked barely worn but I didn’t know anyone who could use them I was stopped at a red light when an older man crossed the street in front of me dressed shabbily and completely bare-footed I pulled over and dug the shoes out of the box and offered them to him They seemed to be a perfect fit"I was happy and he seemed happy Was it serendipity"It made me start thinking about how simple it is to help someone or brighten someone’s day even just by saying hello Now that I am retired I have made it my mission to do something nice for a person at least once every day whether it is in person or over the phone or by mail (I’m a firm believer in handwritten ‘thank you’ notes) It takes so little time and effort and I always hope it will spur someone else on to do the same Plus it gives me that ‘helper’s high’ that you mentioned Not a bad feeling"Your question about citizenship and kindness is a tough one for me to answer They seem very similar to me Years ago a friend made a comment that stuck in my brain and I try to live by it though of course I sometimes fail She wisely said ‘We were not put here to make each other miserable’"Thanks Patt and everyone else who took the time to share your thoughtsMaybe there is no clear-cut answer to the question Maybe there is no definitive line between what we can do and what we should do But I think if we keep our hearts soft and our eyes open we will find that opportunities for both kindness and citizenship come frequently and reap big rewards for everyone involved Please continue to share your stories of kindness with me at [email protected] Or send a letter to Kindness is Contagious c/o Nicole J Phillips The Forum 101 5th St N, the need to be voted out.

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