Notre Dame Will Play the Realignment Waiting Game—Because They Can

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Sports Illustrated

By Pat Forde Notre Dame has long had academic prestige, football and financial success and the autonomy of FBS independence, but will college sports’ instability affect that? As we finish the long July 4th weekend, one question has moved to the forefront of the swirling speculation about the future of college athletics: was this Notre Dame’s last Independence Day as an independent? Since the jarring announcement last week that USC and UCLA are headed to the Big Ten in 2024, all is quiet beneath the Golden Dome. The longer it stays that way, the more one can surmise the Fighting Irish are weigh… Read More “Notre Dame Will Play the Realignment Waiting Game—Because They Can”

Türkiye to become a party to Svalbard Treaty

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Azer News

By Trend Türkiye has decided to be included in the Svalbard Treaty, whichwill enable Turkish citizens to acquire property, residence andfishing rights in the Svalbard (Spitsbergen) archipelago andterritorial waters, Trend reports citing Hurriyet Daily News. The bill, which was signed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan,regarding the treaty has been forwarded to the parliament speaker’soffice. If Türkiye is included in the treaty signed in Paris on Feb. 9,1920, Turkish companies will be able to operate in the fields ofmaritime, industry, mining and trade in the Svalbard archipelagoand territorial… Read More “Türkiye to become a party to Svalbard Treaty”

Look: Paige Spiranac Hot Dog Eating Contest Video Goes Viral

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The Spun

By Alek Arend If you’re competing in a hot dog eating contest this 4th of July, Paige Spiranac is here to help. Last year, Spiranac got in on the fun and held her own hot dog eating contest. She finished six in 10 minutes. That’s probably the last time she’s going to actually participate in a food eating competition. This year she’s instead giving out tips for those competing. “Happy Fourth of July everyone,” she said. “So last year I did how many hot dogs I can eat in 10 minutes and the thought of that makes me want to gag. So instead I’m going to show you the techniques I’ve picked up from t… Read More “Look: Paige Spiranac Hot Dog Eating Contest Video Goes Viral”

Look: Bronny James Alley-Oop Video Is Going Viral

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Bronny James continues to make waves on social media. After swatting a fastbreak layup the other day, now the Sierra Canyon guard is getting it done on the other side of the ball. Prince James was on the receiving end of a nice lob pass over the weekend, slamming it home strong with two; as dad watched from the sideline. The basketball World reacted to Bronny’s highlight play on Twitter. “Love seeing these fathers with their children especially with the sons..” one user replied. “Making time is special.” “Maybe Woodson should start recruiting Bronny,” another commented. “It wou… Read More “Look: Bronny James Alley-Oop Video Is Going Viral”

Seven Ways to Improve Employee Engagement for Remote Teams

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Calendar.com

You want to improve employee engagement, especially with your remote team — but how? The virtual office has become a lonely and quiet place recently, as more businesses are now transitioning to remote or hybrid offices. In addition, with the advent of tech-heavy software and the need for more collaborative platforms, companies are now stifled with new concepts and business models that can help keep their employees engaged and motivated. Now Everybody Wants to be on a Remote TeamThe latest FlexJobs’ 10th Annual Survey of 2021 revealed that around 58% of respondents cited they want to be full-ti… Read More “Seven Ways to Improve Employee Engagement for Remote Teams”

Paul Sullivan: As the era of 2 college super-conferences draws near, Notre Dame’s future appears up for grabs

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Chicago Tribune

Thursday’s news of USC and UCLA joining the Big Ten Conference as early as 2024 stunned the college sports World. The prospect of two elite athletic programs teaming up with the nation’s most powerful Power Five conference might be the most anticipated merger since Joe Walsh joined the Eagles. Did the Eagles really need Walsh to crank out hit after hit? No, but they immediately turned out the granddaddy of all classic rock albums, “Hotel California,” and became better than ever with Walsh. Ditto the Big Ten, which didn’t need USC or UCLA to prove its worth in the World of college sports but be… Read More “Paul Sullivan: As the era of 2 college super-conferences draws near, Notre Dame’s future appears up for grabs”

Lisa Ann’s List Of 5 Ways How Young NBA Players Can Protect Themselves Gets Viral Again

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Fadeaway World

By Aikansh Chaudhary View the original article to see embedded media. Being an NBA player, or any athlete for that matter, comes with its own sets of pros and cons. For starters, it feels good to be getting paid millions of dollars for playing a sport that you love with your entire heart. Additionally, players get immensely popular among fans if they are good at what they do in the league. While that might seem a huge perk to outsiders, it could be equally dangerous for the players, especially the younger ones. Since they are young and have access to a lot of money, it is not uncommon to see t… Read More “Lisa Ann’s List Of 5 Ways How Young NBA Players Can Protect Themselves Gets Viral Again”

China rejects NASA accusation it will take over the moon

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Reuters UK

BEIJING (Reuters) – China on Monday rejected as an irresponsible smear a warning from the chief of NASA that China might “take over” the moon as part of a military programme, saying it has always called for the building of a community of nations in outer space. China has stepped up the pace of its space programme in the past decade, with exploration of the moon a focus. China made its first lunar uncrewed landing in 2013 and expects to launch rockets powerful enough to send astronauts to the moon towards the end of this decade. “We must be very concerned that China is landing on the moon and s… Read More “China rejects NASA accusation it will take over the moon”

Proposed culture avenue part of soft power push

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The Bangkok Post

The Ratchadamnoen Knowledge & Culture Avenue, expected to promote the creative economy and soft power, is scheduled for cabinet approval soon. According to Deputy Prime Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow, the avenue, with a budget of 900 million baht, will be handled by the Office of Knowledge Management and Development (OKMD). The avenue is located on Rattanakosin Island, the old town of Bangkok ripe in Thai culture with many historical sites. “This project should support the government’s ongoing soft power development efforts to generate more income for the country,” said Mr Supattanapong. A… Read More “Proposed culture avenue part of soft power push”