Gabriela Knutson falls one spot to No. 5 in latest rankings

first_imgAfter going 1-1 this weekend, Gabriela Knutson fell one spot to No. 5 in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association tennis rankings. Knutson opened the weekend against Duke’s then-No. 5 Samantha Harris. The SU junior opened the match on Friday by winning eight straight games, but she could maintain early success. After a second set defeat, Knutson was swept in the third set in a 6-0, 4-6, 0-6 loss.On Sunday, Knutson made light work of Notre Dame’s Allison Miller in a 6-3, 6-2 win at Drumlins Country Club. Of Knutson’s three losses this season, all of them are currently ranked top four in the nation.The pairing of Knutson and Ramirez jumped two spots to No. 11 after two victories this week. Versus Duke Knutson and Ramirez defeated then-No. 8 Ellyse Hamlin and Kaitlyn McCarthy, 6-2. Two days later, the SU duo won in first doubles against Notre Dame, 6-4.Syracuse moved up one spot to No. 27 this week, its second-highest mark of the season. Against then-No. 4 Duke, the Orange squandered an early lead to the Blue Devils and lost 4-2. After the loss, SU recovered in a dominant 4-0 win against UND to end its three-match losing streak.Syracuse will close out its season on Sunday when it takes on No. 33 North Carolina State in Raleigh.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on April 17, 2018 at 2:06 pm Contact KJ: kjedelma@syr.edu | @KJEdelman Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

On campaign swing, Giuliani questioned on relationship with son

first_img 165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! MONTEREY PARK – Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani asked for privacy Monday to deal with strained relationships within his family, and defended his wife as a “very loving and caring” mother and stepmother. The Republican presidential candidate came to Southern California to speak with sheriffs about gang violence, but found himself answering questions about his family after his son, Andrew, publicly said their relationship had become distant after Giuliani’s messy divorce from Andrew’s mother, Donna Hanover, and his later marriage to Judith Nathan. “My wife Judith is a very loving and caring … mother and stepmother. She has done everything she can. The responsibility is mine,” Giuliani told reporters gathered outside the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s headquarters. “I believe that these problems with blended families, you know, are challenges – sometimes they are,” he said. “The more privacy I can have for my family, the better we are going to be able to deal with all these difficulties.” The New York Times reported that Andrew Giuliani and his father have recently tried to reconcile after not speaking “for a decent amount of time.” In the Times article, Andrew attributed the strained relationship to Nathan, saying, “There’s obviously a little problem that exists between me and his wife.” “We are both working on our relationship,” Andrew Giuliani told ABC News. “No matter what he’s done, I love my father. He’s my father and we love each other. It’s not as good as it once was but it’s better than when it was its lowest, and it is getting better all the time.”last_img read more

Gaeltacht theatre to get €20,000 grant for equipment

first_imgMinister Joe McHugh has announced that a Gaeltacht theatre is getting €20,000 in grants.The Amharclann in Gaoth Dobhair was officially re-opened by Minister McHugh three months ago after a half a million euro investment from the Department of the Gaeltacht approved by the Donegal TD.A new café and entrance is now drawing both locals and tourists to the theatre. “The committee which had the vision to bring this wonderful theatre back to life desperately needed new staging equipment,” said Minister McHugh.“It was was wonderful to see the theatre open and being used by the local community but it was clear new stage lights, sound equipment and other items were needed to allow all those who perform at the Amharclann to give their best.“Currently a lot of equipment has to be hired in for shows and this funding will now save that expense going forward.“I am delighted my Cabinet colleague, Minister for Culture and Arts Heather Humphreys, has sanctioned the maximum €20,000 to the Amharclann, as part of an overall investment of €28,000 at the theatre. “The funding is being awarded under Stream 3 of the Arts & Culture Capital scheme which is targeted at small arts voluntary organisations.”Minister McHugh added: “I expect a second round of funding from this Stream will be announced in a few weeks’ time.“Under this Government, Minister Humphreys is investing heavily in the arts in County Donegal as witnessed by large funding announcements to culture and arts projects in Letterkenny (An Grianan and County Museum), Ballyshannon (The Abbey) and Lifford (Old Courthouse) earlier this year when €450,000 was allocated.“I want to wish everyone at the Amharclann in Gaoth Dobhair continued success in the future.”Failtíonn an tAire McHugh roimh deontas de €20,000 do hAmharclann Ghaoth Dobhair · Deontas ann do threalamh stáitse don amharclannTá fograithe ag an Aire Joe McHugh go bhfuil deontas de €20,000 ceadaithe do hAmharclann sa GhaeltachtAth-osclaíodh Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair trí mhí ó shin ag an Aire Joe McHugh i ndiaidh deontas de leath million a cheadú don amharclann ag Roinn na Galetachta.Tá an caifé úr agus an slí isteach ag mealladh muintir na háite agus turasóirí isteach san amharclann. “Bhí trealamh stáitse de dhíth ag an coiste a raibh an fís acu an amharclann speisialta seo a ath-oscailt,” a deir an tAire McHugh.“Rud iontach í an amharclann a fheiceáil oscailte agus úsáid a bhaint aistí ag muintir na háite, ach bhí sé soiléir go raibh soilse stáitse, trealamh fuaime agus trealamh eile de dhíth chun cuidiú le hobair na hAmharclainne.“Tá lúchair orm gur cheadaigh an tAire Cultúr agus Ealaíon Heather Humphreys TD an deontas iomlan de €20,000 don Amharclann, mar chuid den infheistíocht iomlan de €28,000 ag an Amharclann.“Tá an maoiniú seo ar fáil mar chuid de “Stream 3” den Scéim Caipitil Ealaíon agus Cultúr do ghrúpaí beaga deonacha.“Tá mé ag súil go mbeidh babhta eile de maoiniú fograithe I gceann roinnt seachtaine” dar le McHugh.“Faoi Rialtas seo, tá infheistíocht laidir déanta ag an Aire Humphreys san Ealaíon i gContae Dhún na nGall, le maoiniú curtha ar fáil do thógraí cultúr agus tógraí ealaíne i Leitir Ceanainn (An Grianán agus an Iarsmalann Contae), Béal Átha Seanaidh (The Abbey) and Leifearr (Old Courthouse) níos luaithe i mbliana.“Guím gach rath ar choiste na hAmharclainne as seo amach.”Gaeltacht theatre to get €20,000 grant for equipment was last modified: August 3rd, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:AmharclanndonegalJoe McHughlast_img read more