Microlending website Kiva will now expand its program to grant loans to college students across the world, and USC’s own Kiva chapter plans to help make that happen.Lenders can now give as little as $25 to students in Paraguay, Lebanon and Bolivia and give them the opportunity to gain essential skills through higher education or vocational training.The members of Kiva@USC plan to promote this goal by explaining to other students just how easy it is to get involved and help those in need.“Kiva empowers all of those who are involved in the process,” said Raheem Parpia, the founder of Kiva@USC. “I know people at USC who will spend $25 at the 9-0 [Bar & Grill] in one night. Why not put that money toward a cause that honestly saves the lives of the people that receive these loans?”Kiva@USC is particularly enthusiastic about the new decision to expand loans to college students, Parpia said.“You’re taking two important aspects — giving loans to people who will use them in the best possible way and the opportunity for an education — and combining the two together,” Parpia said. “Education is the most important thing for a person who wants to be financially independent, so I’m glad that Kiva is recognizing this and reacting to it.”Kiva traditionally provides an online medium for people to offer loans to aspiring small business owners in impoverished nations. Lenders can log on to the website and browse through different profiles and decide on whom to loan their money. Now, that decision will be extended to college students.Shaked Peleg, the current president of Kiva@USC, said he has come up with numerous ways of getting the word out about the organization.“We had a ‘Kiva Takeover’ last semester where we set up booths on McCarthy Quad and in Alumni Park representing the different businesses that we have helped lend money to,” said Paleg, a sophomore majoring in economics and international relations.Last year, Kiva@USC raised approximately $13,000 in loans, surpassing the original goal of $10,000.The club often works with local restaurants to raise money for the organization.“We worked with a USC alumni-based restaurant, Wurstkuche, in Downtown Los Angeles where on one night 15 percent of their revenue went towards Kiva@USC,” Parpia said.Raheem Parpia, the former president of Kiva@USC and a 2010 graduate of USC, founded the club in the spring of 2009 after learning about Kiva while doing research for a paper for an international relations class.“At first, I was taken aback as to why I had never heard of this concept before. I thought to myself, ‘Why isn’t this a more popular idea?’” Parpia said. “So I started this club as a conscious effort to encourage students to connect to and help those who didn’t have the same privileges as them.”Alexandra Cook, a senior majoring in broadcast journalism, said she believed donating to Kiva provided a way for college students to get involved with bigger world issues.“I think it’s a great opportunity for USC students to give back to others who are less fortunate than them,” Cook said. “I think people are afraid to give money to organizations like this because if they don’t have a lot to donate, they feel like it’s not worth it. If everyone just gave $5 it could make an amazing difference in someone’s life.”To date, Kiva has lent almost $163 million to entrepreneurs in 207 countries.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 7, 2017 at 2:00 pm Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org | @matt_schneidman Big moment — John Gillon finds Tyler Roberson for alley-oopThe big moment could’ve been when the ball flew into the air for the opening tip. This one was pretty much over shortly after the game started. But a fitting exclamation point on a dominating Syracuse win came late in the second half, when Gillon drove to the left side of the hoop and found a streaking Roberson coming down the other side of the paint. Roberson finished the lob with gusto to put Syracuse up 22, making it four straight games the senior forward has a highlight-reel dunk.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textStud — John GillonIn his second game exclusively manning the point, Gillon recorded his first double-double in a Syracuse uniform with 20 points and 11 assists. Though the fifth-year senior turned the ball over four times, he tied a career high with six 3-pointers. On one, the ball rolled around the rim before falling and Gillon shot a grin toward the Syracuse bench. On another, Gillon yelled for Roberson to post up, before heaving from deep himself and shrugging with a smile at the bench when the ball fell for his sixth long ball. Gillon reached his double-double in emphatic fashion, his 10th assists coming on the alley-oop to Roberson.Dud — Cameron JohnsonIn Pittsburgh’s ACC tournament second-round win over Syracuse last year, Johnson led the Panthers with 24 points on 8-of-16 shooting and a 4-of-11 mark from deep. On Saturday, the redshirt sophomore missed his first six shots, hitting his first with 12:26 left in the game. He finished with only seven points on 2-of-10 shooting from the field and a 1-of-7 mark from 3.Highlight — Tyler Roberson block on Ryan LutherWhen Luther caught the ball in the low post midway through the first half, all he had to do for an easy layup with ample space was turn and lay the ball in. But he gave Roberson enough time to dart over from the weak side and send Luther’s shot into the Syracuse bench. The SU senior forward only scored four points but tallied 10 rebounds and six blocks in his second straight game as a defensive force down low.Lowlight — Pittsburgh forgetting how to make a shotOver a span of 11 minutes and 15 seconds in the first half, Pittsburgh didn’t make a single field goal. Finally Chris Jones finished a layup on top of a foul with 2:35 left in the opening half, ending a stretch in which a 14-8 Syracuse lead ballooned to 40-12 and the Panthers’ only four points came from the foul line. It was the second straight game Syracuse’s zone defense has stifled a formidable ACC offense, as the Panthers scored 16 fewer points than their season average. Comments Syracuse (10-6, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) stormed out to a 21-point halftime lead over Pittsburgh, holding the Panthers (12-4, 1-2) to 20.7-percent shooting from the field in the first half before cruising to a 77-66 win in the Carrier Dome. The Orange, on the other hand, shot 51.9 percent from both the field and from 3-point range in its second consecutive win.Here are your superlatives from the game.MORE COVERAGESyracuse shuts off Jamel Artis in high post to stunt Pittsburgh offense in 77-66 winWhat we learned from Syracuse’s 77-66 win over PittsburghSyracuse men’s basketball’s offense has found a groove with better efficiency in past two gamesJohn Gillon plays ‘as good as you can get’ in Syracuse’s 77-66 win over Pittsburgh
St Michaels are in action this evening – They travel to Limerick to take on local side Broadford United in the Munster Junior Cup Semi Final.Kick off at Ballingarry is at 5 pmElsewhere and Borrisokane and Nenagh Celtic clash in the Ricky Fogarty Cup Final in North Tipperary – Kick off in Ballinree is at 6.15
Lakers owner Jeanie Buss opened up about the state of the Lakers and the direction the franchise is heading as she revealed more details of how Los Angeles landed LeBron James during the summer and revealed insight into coach Luke Walton’s job security.During an appearance on ESPN’s “The Lowe Podcast” earlier this week, Buss was candid about how the Lakers went about targeting and eventually signing the former Cavaliers star during free agency. She revealed that she put her full trust in Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson, who met with James the night free agency began, though she wasn’t there for the pitch meeting. “I can tell you right now that everyone in the organization is behind Luke,” Buss said. “We are doing everything we can to make sure Luke is successful in his job. That’s our job, and I think he’s doing a terrific job. And given the injuries that we’ve had, it’s a challenge. People forget he’s had two of our starters taken away from him, and they’ve won really important games on the road, proving what is possible, even without LeBron.”Buss, however, wasn’t willing to give a straight answer when asked if Walton is 100 percent safe for the rest of the season.”You’re asking the wrong person,” Buss said. “The vision has to come from Magic. But from where I sit, from what I can tell you, every single thing that we’re doing, every person from the organization is here to make Luke successful.” Buss added she was “very happy and relieved that LeBron” wanted to be a part of what the Lakers are building, and he’s already made a big impact.”Just watching him practice, having him part of the organization, he brings so much,” Buss said. “I had forgotten what it was like to have the most relevant player, the most exciting player, successful player be on our team. It’s brought attention.”One topic of speculation around the Lakers has been adding another star to join James. While Buss wouldn’t reveal whether those rumors are true, she did say she’s happy with the team’s progress. “I think that Magic has been patient, I think (general manager) Rob Pelinka has done amazing things in terms of giving our roster flexibility and not just taking a shortcut to try and just make the playoffs only to lose in the first round,” Buss said. “They see the picture, and they’re taking those steps. They’re not going to take a shortcut to try get quick fix just to make the playoffs and give up … any of our assets. “I’m satisfied where we are and at the start of the season my expectations were to be in the playoffs, but given the injuries, you have to see that compromises you. Those are things that are out of our control. Certainly the team has kept us in there. We’re not buried at the bottom, there’s light. Hopefully we’ll start getting these players back sooner than later.”As for Walton’s job security with the Lakers now 25-24? Buss said Walton has the front office’s full support. “The meeting that Earvin had with LeBron – I knew they were going to have a meeting. I didn’t know where it was going to be. I didn’t know what time it was going to be, and I have complete confidence in Magic and I think he’s done a great job and so I knew he would give his best pitch to all the free agents we were pursuing and certainly LeBron being the No. 1 free agent out there in terms of what he brings to a team.”We were optimistic, but we also knew LeBron had to take the time that he needed to make his decision so while we were hoping for a quick decision, we wanted him to have his process. And so when we did find out – it was by text about 5 o’clock the next day. … I received a text from his agent.” Related News NBA wrap: James Harden continues scoring tear; Rockets top Raptors in Houston
At the root of that sacrifice are an estimated thousands of NBA employees, including players, coaches and staffers, who could be spending more than three months on the campus in Florida with heavily regulated access to the outside world. Nominally, players have the freedom to leave whenever they want, but the quarantine restrictions to return to the campus all but exclude the possibility of leaving the area. Family access will also be limited, with most family arriving midway through the playoffs after a mandated quarantine period.NBPA president and Oklahoma City guard Chris Paul said the union has tried to keep in communication with its members about concerns over the restart, which have come to the fore as some players such as the Lakers’ Avery Bradley have bowed out. But amid many factors that could roll against the NBA, the players are simply trying to follow instructions while bracing for the unknown.“It takes time, right?” he said. “We never pictured ourselves playing in a situation like this, and I almost think from the day after the league kind of shut down and stopped, we didn’t know.”Silver acknowledged that there is a point where proliferation of COVID within the closed campus could force the NBA to scrap its plan to restart in Orlando, but that the threshold had not yet “been precisely designed.”Florida reported nearly 9,000 new cases as of Friday, by far a single-day record for the state, and while the NBA personnel within the bubble might be more protected from COVID-19 through the protocols, they would still be reliant on Disney service staffers who live in the surrounding area currently experiencing a surge. Silver said the league is working with Disney to offer regular testing to a small subset of employees who would be more likely to be in contact with NBA players and staffers.The positive cases the league has caught by now are of less concern than cases that make it inside the campus. While players such as Denver’s Nikola Jokic, Milwaukee’s Malcolm Brogdon, and Sacramento’s Buddy Hield were among the confirmed cases, Silver said none of the 16 have shown serious symptoms yet, and they anticipate recovery by the time teams report to Orlando the week of July 7.The league also announced an intention to take a more active role in social justice issues championed by many of its players. Within its own ranks, Silver acknowledged that the NBA needs to do a better job of hiring Black workers in all sections of its business side, and that the league’s board of governors have already met on the subject.Related Articles Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed The NBA’s commitment to social justice had been a lingering question for a group of players who wanted to see more from the league’s governors, who include some of the wealthiest people in the world. While hard details were scant as of Friday, both sides expressed optimism that they are headed in the right direction.“There’s been great conversation,” Roberts said. “And we are continuing the conversation such that the players are working really hard to make sure that what we do in Orlando beyond the floor as the best basketball players on earth, is in fact, to engage in setting the conversation, solution finding, and this family is one that sometimes has to sit down and have a conversation.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersIn a conference call with media, commissioner Adam Silver acknowledged that the NBA’s plan was “far from perfect,” but that the meticulously thought-out protocols outlined in a 113-page health memo should give the NBA a chance to finish its season and potentially recoup hundreds of millions of dollars left on its broadcasting deals.Silver offered his vision of the league as an important unifier in a country stricken hard by the global pandemic and also reckoning with social and race issues, of which the NBA’s players have been eager participants. While ceding that the NBA’s plan was not risk-free and that he was concerned by a spike in COVID case growth, Silver said he believed that “we can’t outrun the virus and that this is what we’re going to be living with for the foreseeable future” as the plans continue to march forward.The NBA’s campus at the Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando next month will follow rigorously designed guidelines suggested by medical experts to reduce risk: a single campus with no fans; mandatory mask wearing except while playing; daily testing and contact tracing to root out COVID cases and isolate affected players and staff.Silver and other high-level NBA officials anticipate that even in conditions that will likely be safer than the outside world, the restart will be an unprecedented challenge.“It’s far from an ideal way to finish our season,” Silver said. “And it will require tremendous sacrifice from all involved.” Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years The morning began with an admission: The NBA acknowledged 16 of 302 players had positive COVID-19 tests this week, none of whom have yet exhibited serious symptoms.While even one case is a cause for concern, NBPA executive director Michele Roberts said, she couldn’t help but feel a bit of relief that there weren’t more — the league had braced for the possibility of an even higher ratio as it prepares for its July 30 restart at Disney World in Florida.“I’ve been holding my breath for the last few weeks, and maybe I should be less enthusiastic or optimistic,” Roberts said. “If nothing else, it’s told me that the great majority of our players have been doing exactly what they should have been doing, which is keeping safe.”Amid the looming cloud of COVID cases spiking in Florida and around the country, the NBA’s chief stakeholders held onto the silver lining as they advanced their plan to end the league’s hiatus in place since March 11. The NBA and NBPA have agreed to a plan that they both believe carries some risk, but is the league’s best possible chance to come back before next season. Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
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DuVernay got 16 Emmy nominations for “When They See Us,” which also is on Netflix. The Kaepernick series was conceived in 2019 and was completed this spring. It’s uncertain when “Colin in Black & White” will make its debut and be available on the streaming network.Kaepernick seemed destined for documentary treatment at some point with something in-depth. It’s a big coup for Neftlix to have DuVernay and Starrbury help tell Kaepernick’s story. It’s a bigger one that he also is involved in the project. The series, in addition to detailing what made Kaepernick decide to kneel in protest during the national anthem and turning into a strong social justice advocate, also will look back on his childhood growing up Black in his white adopted family and his path to the NFL with the 49ers. Kaepernick will also narrate the story of his life and will co-executive produce with both DuVernay and Starrbury.MORE: A complete Colin Kaepernick protest timeline“Too often we see race and Black stories portrayed through a white lens,” Kaepernick told Variety. “We seek to give new perspective to the differing realities that Black people face. We explore the racial conflicts I faced as an adopted Black man in a white community, during my high school years. It’s an honor to bring these stories to life in collaboration with Ava for the world to see.” Colin Kaepernick is still waiting to see if he will get a chance to land an NFL team this season. He knows he will be at least returning to television in another form — through a scripted documentary series made for Netflix.Ava DuVernay, a renowned director best known for the Academy Award-nominated film “Selma,” is reuniting with her “When They See Us” writer Michael Starrbury for the six-episode “Colin in Black & White,” Variety reports.
But that solidity is now being married with a return to the sort of form Salah, Firmino and Mane showed last season in smashing a combined 91 goals last season.Firmino didn’t even have to look at the ball when he slotted the equaliser into an empty net after Sokratis’s attempted clearance rebounded off Mustafi into his path to quickly level.However, the Brazilian did all the hard work himself two minutes later by jinking through Arsenal’s hapless central defensive pairing before drilling low past Bernd Leno.Mane made it 3-1 on 32 minutes when Salah cushioned a cross perfectly into the Senegalese’s path to side-foot high into the net.Arsenal were handed a let off moments later by referee Michael Oliver when Granit Xhaka was only given a final warning rather than a second booking in a matter of seconds for kicking the ball away in frustration.But Oliver gave Liverpool the chance to extend their lead just before half-time when Salah tumbled under pressure from Sokratis in the box.Leno got a touch to the Egyptian’s spot-kick but couldn’t stop Salah moving level with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Harry Kane as the Premier League’s top scorer on 13.Liverpool could easily have had more after the break as only a poor touch from Salah allowed Leno to smother and the German ‘keeper also denied Fabinho, while at the other end Aubameyang’s blushes were saved by the offside flag when he fired over with an open goal gaping.Salah gave up the chance to move clear in the race for the golden boot when Sead Kolasinac pushed Dejan Lovren 25 minutes from time and Firmino gratefully fired home the penalty to round off a five-star performance.Share on: WhatsApp One, two, three, four and fiveFirmino hat-trick takes Liverpool nine points clear with Arsenal thrashingLiverpool, United Kingdom | AFP | Liverpool roared back from a rare Anfield deficit to move nine points clear at the top of the Premier League as Roberto Firmino’s hat-trick inspired a 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal on Saturday.Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane were also on target as Liverpool’s front three all scored in the same league game for the first time this season.Liverpool had trailed at home in the league for the first time in a day short of a year when Ainsley Maitland-Niles turned home Alex Iwobi’s excellent cross 11 minutes in.However, the lead lasted just three minutes as Firmino profited from some calamitous Arsenal defending to level and then left Shkodran Mustafi and Sokratis Papastathopoulos on the floor to score his second goal in three minutes.Mane and Salah’s penalty had the game wrapped up by half-time and Firmino completed his hat-trick from the spot as Jurgen Klopp’s men extended their unbeaten league start to 20 games and took another significant step towards a first league title since 1989/1990.Win again in their next outing at Manchester City on Thursday and only a Liverpool collapse in the final months of the season can prevent an end to nearly three decades of hurt.Champions City now trail the pace setters by 10 points and even if they reduce that lead to seven with victory at Southampton on Sunday, they need to end Liverpool’s invincible season so far to get back in the title race at the Etihad.Tottenham’s title ambitions suffered a huge blow as Wolves scored three times in the final 18 minutes to win 3-1 at Wembley earlier on Saturday to further embolden Anfield with belief before kick-off.That confidence could have been shaken when after a bright Liverpool start, it was Arsenal who led when Iwobi’s teasing cross perfectly dissected Alisson Becker and Virgil van Dijk, to leave Maitland-Niles with an open goal.The signings of Alisson and Van Dijk have been credited for Liverpool’s rock solid defensive record with that goal just the eighth they have conceded all season in the league.
FILE PHOTO: Raheem Sterling Share on: WhatsApp His grandmother, who did not wish to give her full name, told The Times that Sterling’s gesture had done wonders for Ross’s morale.“When I took the package over to him you should have seen the look on his face —- he was overwhelmed,” said the 62-year-old.“There is nothing I could say to Raheem to thank him enough because it has really boosted Ethan’s confidence.“I can hear it in his voice. He has shown the letter to his friends and it has just gone absolutely mad.”Ross’s grandmother said she had written to Sterling when she read about the alleged racist abuse incident at Stamford Bridge which led to Chelsea banning four supporters pending further investigations.The grandmother said she hoped the letter from Sterling — who was born in Jamaica but came to England aged five with his mother after his father was gunned down — had been read by others and would serve to do some good.Despite the abuse Ross showed the same steeliness 24-year-old Sterling — capped 47 times by England — has done on the pitch.“After all he has been through last year, Ethan’s grades still went up —- so we are immensely proud of him,” his grandmother said. London, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester City star Raheem Sterling sent a letter to a 13-year-old goalkeeper after hearing he had been racially abused advising him to “stand tall and be proud of who you are”.Sterling himself was the subject of alleged racist abuse from Chelsea fans in a Premier League match in December.He wrote the letter on club headed paper when informed by Ethan Ross’s grandmother he had been “through a tough time with racial abuse.”Ross, a goalkeeper with the Under-14 team at fourth-tier NewportCounty, had been racially abused at his school.“Dear Ethan, I have recently been told from your loving Nanna Sue about the tough time you are having with racial abuse,” wrote Sterling, who also enclosed signed photographs of the Manchester City squad.“Remember to stand tall and be proud of who you are and don’t let them take away your courage. You are strong and very brave, and your Nanna is also very proud of you. Keep being you kid.“Remember speaking up doesn’t always make life easy, but easy never changed anything.”Ross took to Instagram when he received the letter on Saturday.“OMG just got this in the post from Raheem Sterling! Signed by all the Man City players. Thank you so much Raheem Sterling for the support,” Ross wrote on Instagram.
Image Courtesy: BCCIAdvertisement 6ymp1NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs9Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E37( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 8bmwjWould you ever consider trying this?😱8o5lCan your students do this? 🌚cfv1Roller skating! Powered by Firework There has been alot of ups and downs for Team India in the past few series. From a stunning comeback against Australia in the ODI series, to whitewashing New Zealand 5-0 in T20, followed by the Kiwis avenging a 3-0 win in the last ODI. However, one player that has missed almost all of this action is Rishabh Pant. Getting concussion in the first Aussie ODI and letting KL Rahul discover his keeping talent, the youngster has been absent in the subsequent matches. Input comes from Pant’s IPL franchise Delhi Capitals, as co-owner Parth Jindal expresses his dissent over the topic.Advertisement Image Courtesy: BCCIPant suffered a concussion in the first match of the Australia ODI series in January. He had to be subbed out as KL Rahul wore the gloves in the second innings. While Team India finally found a strong keeper behind the stumps after MS Dhoni’s hiatus and Pant’s flimsy performance, Parth Jindal is disappointed at BCCI on not seeing his DC superstar in the starting eleven.On his official Twitter handle, the franchise owner expressed his strife, and also suggested the team management to play Pant for the India A team: “And why carry @RishabhPant17 only for him to warm the bench? Surely he would have benefited from paying against New Zealand A or domestic cricket? To see a player as talented as him not play the 5th T20 and now the 3rd ODI makes no sense #Xfactor”Advertisement Other than ODIs, Pant’s last T20 match was in the Sri Lanka series in January, where Pant only made a single appearance in the second match, scoring only a single run.However, its unlikely that Pant will see his return to the Men in Blue squad with the gloves on, as Rahul’s stunning performance behind the wicket has solidified his position as India’s first choice keeper.Jindal’s demur on the team selection didn’t stop at Pant. He carried on about another newcomer to his franchise, Ravichandran Ashwin. The veteran Test all rounder made his last limited overs appearance back in 2017, and since has been dropped from India’s white ball series. He tweeted: “Don’t know why @ashwinravi99 is not in this team! There seems to be an aversion to wicket takers! After white washing the kiwis in T20’s the Kiwis showing India that the semi final victory in the World Cup was no fluke. India needs wicket takers and players with X factor”Also read-Upper glove? : Is KL Rahul a better wicketkeeper than Rishabh Pant? Why it’s time for Indian Cricket to move on from MS Dhoni Advertisement