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You can also catch the live updates on insidesport.coECS T10 – Barcelona SquadsBadalona Shaheen: Bilawal Khan, Mustafa Saleem, Sajawal Khan, Suleman Hassan, Badar Iqbal, Malik Sami Ur Rehman, Shafeer Mohammad, Umair Javed, Adeel Abbas, Hamza Ali, Hamza Saleem, Malik Mati Ur Rehman, Babar Khan, Dilawar Khan, and Sarmad Ali.Catalunya Tigers: Aatif Nadeem, Aqsam Muhammad, Jamshad Afzal, Muhammad Armghan khan, Muhammad Ilyas, Mustansar Iqbal, Saqib Latif, Zeeshan Ashraf, Asad Ali, Ghulam Dastgeer, Ghulam Sarwar, Muhammad Kashif, Razaqat Ali, Syed Khawar, Kamran Nawaz Sahi, Umai Aftab, Yasir Ali, Zulqar Haider, Shahzaib Akram, and Tahir Ilyas.Falco: Adeel Sarwar, Azmat Cheema, Babar Zaheer, Ijaz Ahmad, Javed Akram, Awais Khan, Hamad Javed, Khawar Javed, Moazzam Rafique, Muhammad Sheraz, Nadeem Shahzad, Abid Shahzad, Gorav Kumar, Moazzam Rasul, Muhammad Zeeshan, Naeem Shah, Rehman Ullah, Shahbaz Ahmed, Waqas Miraj, Muhammad Yaseen, Shehzad Umar, and Zeeshan Raza.City Lions: Ahsan Shafaqat, Hamad Khurshid, Irfan Muhammad, Mubashir Ali, Naeem Haider Naqvi, Asim Hussain, Nawaz Ali, Shoaib Muhammad, Aamar Shakoor, Abid Hussain, Aniq Malik, HassanSharif, Ibrar Hussain, Innam Khan, Moeen Safdar, Nadeem Razzaq, Raja Sikandar, Zahid Nawaz, Kashif Shafi, and Naseer Ahmed.Barna Royals: Syed Waris Irshad, Umar Zaman, Murad Ali, Syed Hussain, Syed Shahzaib, Waqas Anwar, Ali Hassan, Ali Syed, Annas Sultan khan, Hamza Azhar, Muaz Rubbani, Nabeel Qaiser, Sharjeel Qaiser, Syed Shahfaat Ali, Taqqi Ul Mazhar, and Usama Shahzad.Dream11 ECS T10 Barcelona 2021 Live: Full schedule, squads, date, India timings and live streaming details, Results All you need to knowBengali: MD Arifur Rahman, Omar Ali, Rafiqul Alam Rajib, Rashed Mir, Shakil Islam, Tamjid Bepari, AI Amin, Arman Akhter, Belal Ahmed, Injamul AMin, Kausar Dipu, Muker Hossain, Nadim Hussain, Rakibul Mollik, Alauddin Siddique, Hasan bin Hakim, Mosaraf Hossain, Riaz Howlader, Qaqar Hussain, Ziad Hossain, Mahbubul Alam, Shafiqur Rahman, and Tuhin Motalab.Fateh: Bhawandeep Singh, Gurchahat Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Khwaja Sartajuddin, Kuldeep Singh, Yadwunder Sandhu, Amanbir Sran, Davinder Singh, Gurvinder Singh, Iqbal Wajid, Jagroop Singh, Manvir Singh, Naghman Hussain, Randip Singh Daid, Ali Rafiq, Happy Singh, Manjinder Singh Lovely, Rajiv Singh, Tajinder Singh, Hargurjit Singh, Harjinder Singh, Lakhvir Singh Vint, Mirza Hamza Baig, and Shantanu Sharma Sonu.Hawks: Aamir Javid, Abdul Haseeb, Hassan Mujtaba, Umair Muhammad, Faisal Aslam, Faisal Mahmood, Hamza Meer, Inzamam Glfam, Mirza Imtiaz Asghar, Muhammad Bilal, Muhammad Hanzala, Muhammad Sanaullah, Muhammad Shahbaz, Muhammad Sohail, Naqash Amhad, Qamar Razaq, Shakil Ahmed, Umar Latif, Waheed Elahi, Zafar Farhan, Zain Ul Abiddin, Kamraan Zia, and Khurram Shahzad.Punjab Warriors: Jagjeet Singh, Jaspal Singh, Muhammad Rizwan, Rishabh, Sharma Manish, Tejpal Singh, Aqais Raza, Charanjeet Singh, Hardeep Singh Sr, Hardeep Singh Jr, Harjot Singh, Palwinder Singh, Rajwinder Singh, Sarabjit Singh, Ubaid UI Rehman, Gagandeep Singh, Mohsin Ali, Yuvrajpal Singh, Jagdeep Singh, and Kuldeep Singh.Black Panthers: Ajay Rawat, Jagjit Singh, Manpreet Singh, Sourav Singh, Bikramjit Singh, Harpreet Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Paramjeet Singh, Sukhjit Singh, Akram Ali, Amandeep Singh, Amarjit Singh, Daljit Singh, Puneet Shrimali, and Sukhbir Singh.Bangladesh Kings: Bilawal Khan, Mustafa Saleem, Sajawal Khan, Suleman Hassan, Badar Iqbal, Malik Sami Ur Rehman, Shafeer Mohammad, Umai Javed, Adeel Abbas, Hamza Ali, Hamza Saleem, Malik Mati Ur Rehman, Babar Khan, and Dilawar Khan.Pakcelona: Muhammad Amir Raza, Ramiz Mehmood, Azeem Azam, Nouman Rukhsar, Saleem Haider, Tehzeeb Hasan, Wasiq Ali, Adalat Ali, Ali Imran, Atiq- Ur Rehman, Ishtiaq Nazir, Khurram Javeed, Rafiq Ur Rehman, Raja Khaliq-ur-Rehman, Shahzad Khan, Raja Shahzad, and Shahid Iqbal.Gracia: Aditya Thakur, Amarpreet Singh, Amol Rathod, Gurwinder Bajwa, Manish Kumar Tokhi, Prabal Singh, Varinder Singh, Harkamal Singh, Harpreet Singh, Manoj Kumar, Trilochan Singh, Vicky Sondhi, Vijay Kumar, Ali Azam, Karandeep Singh, Kuldeep Lal, Kulwant Singh, Mukhtiar Singh, Paramjit Singh, Abhishek Khullar, Bikramjit Singh, Mayank Dayal, and Saad Salahuddin.Hira Sabadell: Bakhtair Khalid, Fakhar Chatta, Harjot Singh, Khawar Mehmood, Manan Ayub, Mubashar Irshad, Anwar Ul Haq, Fida Hussain, Ikram Ul Haq, Manpreet Singh, Adnan Abbas, Alumdar Hussain, Heera Laal, Mehmood Akhtar, Shanawar Shahzad, and Sharanjit Singh.Trinitat Royal Stars: Amir Shahzad, Aqeel Ansar, Haroon Riaz, Hasnain Ali, Kamran Bashir, Mudassar Ali, Tariq Mehmood, Waheed Aslam, Amir Abbas, Mohsin Raza, Chyet Sureshbhai, Gurjeet Singh, Kashaf Hussain, Mohammad Asad, Muhammad Ali Meer, Muhammad Fiaz Haider, Muhammad Rafay, Shujat Ali, Sufian Ansar, Ali Raza, and Muhammad Shahzad.Khairan: Amir Shbbir, Ehsan Hussain, Mirza Rizwan Baig, Mozzam Iqbal, Muhammad Naeem, Muhammad Raheel Ali, Muhammad Umar Waqas, Usman Ul Haq, Abdul Awan, Abrar Hussain, Asad Ali, Danish Abdullah, Imran Amjad, Muhammad Hassan, Adeel Ahmed, Adil Iqbal, Habib ur Rehman, Hassan Tanver, Javed Iqbal, Junai Ali, Junaid Ilyas, Mohsin Ali, Toqueer Shabbir, Waqar Hussain, Jahazaib Asghar, Muhammad Zarar, and Qaiser Zulfiqar.Dream11 ECS T10 Barcelona 2021 Live: Full schedule, squads, date, India timings and live streaming details, Results All you need to knowMen in Blue: Harpreet Singh, Paramjot Randhawa, Sanjeev Tiwari, Siddhartha Tewari, Souvik Senagupta, Abhishek Borikar, Atul Kesar, Harihar Sridhar, Harjot Randhawa, Nikhil Chowdhary, Ram Kranthi, Sachin Sudrashana, Srivastava, Karuppasamy Soundarapandian, Naresh Kumar, Rinku Sihol, Shankar Kalighatla, Sunil Hangir, Prassan Jathan, and Shubhdeep Deb.Raval Sporting: Amit Das, Davinder Singh, Lovepreet SIngh, Unnatkumar Patel, Yudhvir Singh, Zain Abideen, Dawood Masood, Muhammad Rizwan, Nandan Bathani, Rohin Kumar, Faizan Ahmad, Gaurang Mahyavanshi, Gurpreet Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Irfan Muhammad, Ishan Patel, Manish Manwani, Naveen Kumar, Numan Ali, Sonu Jangra, Datta Karan, and Kishitij Patel.Ripoll Warriors: Ehsan Ellahi, Ghulam Sabar, Harjinder SIngh, Jugraj Singh, Mohsin Ali, Azhar Iqbal, Iqbal Khan, Deepak Rana, Manpreet Singh, Amir Shahzad, Imran Hussain, Jagbeer Singh, Karanjeet Singh, mirza Asim Maqbool, Namdar Iqbal, Nazim Muhammad, Prince Dhiman, and Waqar Iqbal.Pak I Care: Asad Abbas, Bilal Hassan, Faizan Raja, Hassan Ali, Imran Muhammad, Mohammad Yasin, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Asif Karim, Muhammad Asim Butt, Umair Ahmed, Atif Muhammad, Muhmmad Sohail Rana, Sami Ullah, Adeel Shafqat, Faisal Shah, Muhammad Babar, Muhammad Jafri, Muhammad Kamran, Shehroz Ahmed, Aabid Mahboob, Adil Ali, Muhammad Ihsan, and SIkandar Ali.XI Stars: Aamir Sohail, Asif Mehmood, Ehsan Ullah, Hamza Khan, Roheed Islam, Tabish Qahqous, Ali Ahmed, Hassan Khan, Imran Ashiq, Muneeb Ishfaq, Umar Riaz, Usman Shah, Muhammad Zaheer, Musadaq Mubarak, Sajid Riaz, Tanveer Shah, Zubair Ahmed, Abubakar Hussain, and Amir Hamza.Dream11 ECS T10 Barcelona 2021 Live: Full schedule, squads, date, India timings and live streaming details, Results All you need to knowECS T10 – Barcelona Schedule (Time in IST)8th February- MondayMen in Blue vs Bengali at 1:00 PMBengali vs Catalunya Tigers at 3:00 PMFateh vs Men in Blue at 5:00 PMCatalunya Tigers vs Fateh at 7:00 PMGracia vs XI Stars at 9:00 PM9th February, TuesdayPakcelona vs Pak I Care at 1:00 PMPak I Care vs Hira Sabadell at 3:00 PMRipoll Warriors vs Pakcelona at 5:00 PMHira Sabadell vs Ripol Warriors at 7:00 PMBarna Royals vs City Lions at 9:00 PM10th February, WednesdayXI Stars vs Men in Blue at 1:00 PMMen in Blue vs Gracia at 3:00 PMBengali vs XI Stars at 5:00 PMFateh vs Gracia at 7:00 PMBengali vs Fateh at 9:00 PM11th February, ThursdayCity Lions vs Pakcelona at 1:00 PMPakcelona vs Barna Royals at 3:00 PMPak I Care vs City Lions at 5:00 PMRipoll Warriors vs Barna Royals at 7:00 PMPak I Care vs Ripoll Warriors at 9:00 PM12th February, FridayXI Stars vs Catalunya Tigers at 1:00 PMXI Stars vs Fateh at 3:00 PMCatalunya Tigers vs Gracia at 5:00 PMMen in Blue vs Catalunya Tigers at 7:00 PMBengali vs Gracia at 9:00 PM15th February, MondayRaval Sporting vs Minhaj at 1:00 PMMinhaj vs Bangladesh Kings at 3:00 PMSkyways vs Raval Sporting at 5:00 PMBangladesh Kings vs Skyways at 7:00 PMBarcelona Gladiators vs Kharian at 9:00 PM16th February, TuesdayPunjab Warriors vs Falco at 1:00 PMFalco vs Badalona Shaheen at 3:00 PMBadalona Shaheen vs Hawks at 5:00 PMHawks vs Punjab Warriors at 7:00 PMTrinitat Royal Stars vs Black Panthers at 9:00 PM17th February, WednesdayKharian vs Raval Sporting at 1:00 PMRaval Sporting vs Barcelona Gladiators at 3:00 PMMinhaj vs Kharian at 5:00 PMSkyways vs Barcelona Gladiators at 7:00 PMMinhaj vs Skyways at 9:00 PM18th February, ThursdayBlack Panthers vs Punjab Warriors at 1:00 PMPunjab Warriors vs Trinitat Royal Stars at 3:00 PMFalco vs Black Panthers at 5:00 PMHawks vs Trinitat Royal Stars at 7:00 PMFalco vs Hawks at 9:00 PM19th February, FridayKharian vs Bangladesh Kings at 1:00 PMKharian vs Skyways at 3:00 PMBangladesh Kings vs Barcelona Gladiators at 5:00 PMRaval Sporting vs Bangladesh Kings at 7:00 PMMinhaj vs Barcelona Gladiators at 9:00 PM22nd February, MondayCity Lions vs Hira Sabadell at 1:00 PMCity Lions vs Ripoll Warriors at 3:00 PMHira Sabadell vs Barna Royals at 5:00 PMPakcelona vs Hira Sabadell at 7:00 PMPak I Care vs Barna Royals at 9:00 PM23rd February, TuesdayBengali vs Men in Blue at 1:00 PMGracia vs Bengali at 3:00 PMMen in Blue vs Fateh at 5:00 PMFateh vs Gracia at 7:00 PMXI Stars vs Catalunya Tigers at 9:00 PM24th February, WednesdayPak I Care vs Pakcelona at 1:00 PMBarna Royals vs Pak I Care at 3:00 PMPakcelona vs Ripoll Warriors at 5:00 PMRipoll Warriors vs Barna Royals at 7:00 PMHira Sabadell vs City Lions at 9:00 PM25th February, ThursdayMen in Blue vs XI Stars at 1:00 PMCatalunya Tigers vs Men in Blue at 3:00 PMXI Stars vs Bengali at 5:00 PMCatalunya Tigers vs Fateh at 7:00 PMFateh vs Bengali at 9:00 PM26th February, FridayPakcelona vs City Lions at 1:00 PMHira Sabadell vs Pakcelona at 3:00 PMCity Lions vs Pak I Care at 5:00 PMHira Sabadell vs Ripoll Warriors at 7:00 PMRipoll Warriors vs Pak I Care at 9:00 PM1st March, MondayBlack Panthers vs Badalona Shaheen at 1:00 PMBlack Panthers vs Hawks at 3:00 PMBadalona Shaheen vs Trinitat Royal Stars at 5:00 PMPunjab Warriors vs Badalona Shaheen at 7:00 PMFalco vs Trinitat Royal Stars at 9:00 PM2nd March, TuesdayMinhaj vs Raval Sporting at 1:00 PMBarcelona Gladiators vs Minhaj at 3:00 PMRaval Sporting vs Skyways at 5:00 PMSkyways vs Barcelona Gladiators at 7:00 PMKharian vs Bangladesh Kings at 9:00 PM3rd March, WednesdayFalco vs Punjab Warriors at 1:00 PMTrinitat Royal Stars vs Falco at 3:00 PMPunjab Warriors vs Hawks at 5:00 PMHawks vs Trinitat Royal Stars at 7:00 PMBlack Panthers vs Badalona Shaheen at 9:00 PM4th March, ThursdayRaval Sporting vs Kharian at 1:00 PMBangladesh Kings vs Raval Sporting at 3:00 PMKharian vs Minhaj at 5:00 PMBarcelona Kings vs Skyways at 7:00 PMSkyways vs Minhaj at 9:00 PM5th March, FridayPunjab Warriors vs Black Panthers at 1:00 PMBadalona Shaheen vs Punjab Warriors at 3:00 PMBlack Panthers vs Falco at 5:00 PMBadalona Shaheen vs Hawks at 7:00 PMHawks vs Falco at 9:00 PMDream11 ECS T10 Barcelona 2021 Live: Full schedule, squads, date, India timings and live streaming details, Results All you need to know8th March, MondayGracia vs XI Stars at 1:00 PMFateh vs XI Stars at 3:00 PMCatalunya Tigers vs Gracia at 5:00 PMGracia vs Men in Blue at 7:00 PMCatalunya Tigers vs Bengali at 9:00 PM9th March, TuesdayBarna Royals vs City Lions at 1:00 PMRipoll Warriors vs City Lions at 3:00 PMHira Sabadell vs Barna Royals at 5:00 PMBarna Royals vs Pakcelona at 7:00 PMHira Sabadell vs Pak I Care at 9:00 PM10th March, WednesdayBarcelona Gladiators vs Kharian at 1:00 PMSkyways vs Kharian at 3:00 PMBangladesh Kings vs Barcelona Gladiators at 5:00 PMBarcelona Gladiators vs 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Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori preached at St. George’s Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia, on Feb. 16 during a service commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. ENS Photo/Emily Cherry[Diocese of Virginia] More than 500 people gathered at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia, on Feb. 16 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation with a special service of remembrance, celebration and witness.Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori reminded those present that “emancipation is another word for the ongoing resurrection we known in Jesus Christ, who continues to set us free.” But, she added, “to discover the depth and reality of that freedom, we must re-encounter it, every day of our lives.”The entire congregation joined in a litany of offense and apology, in which the Rt. Rev. Shannon S. Johnston, bishop of Virginia, offered apologies for the church’s complicity in the slave trade – and a promise to strive to create a community of justice. “The Diocese of Virginia gathers to apologize for its complicity in the institution of slavery and to repent of the injuries done in its aftermath,” said Johnston in the litany. He added, “With God’s grace we will amend our lives, committing ourselves to opposing the sin of racism in personal and public life.”Hosted by St. George’s and planned by the diocesan Committee on Race and Reconciliation, the service was designed to mark a true journey from repentance to hope. Three priests of the Diocese of Virginia offered their personal reflections on the subject. “Racism will not go away … until we name it,” said the Rev. Kim Coleman, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Arlington, Virginia. “Emancipation is … God’s ongoing work of transfiguration through us.”The presiding bishop spoke of that same transfiguring power in her sermon. “God’s spirit continues to set the people free,” said Jefferts Schori. “Today’s act of repentance is another freshening breeze.” She added, “That breath of God, the spirit of God, will blow away the cloud, that gale of freedom will propel us forward toward the reign of God, if and only if we are willing to let go of anchoring chains that bind us to our own self-centeredness.”Following the litany of repentance came a litany in celebration of hope, led by Jefferts Schori. The service included joyful music from St. George’s choir and the choirs of Shiloh (New Site) Baptist Church in Fredericksburg.The celebration concluded with a walk through historic downtown Fredericksburg, which passed the site of the former slave auction block and ended at the memorial dedication of a sculpture by artist Ayokunle Odeleye.” The sculpture, depicting a set of raised hands releasing a dove into the air, is appropriately called “Jubilation.”— Emily Cherry is communications officer for the Diocese of Virginia. 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Twitter TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Linkedin Previous articleTCU VGP (Ep. 03 – Tokyo Game Show, Favorite gaming moments and more)Next articleSizzle Reel (Ep. 02 – Blair Witch, Fox and more) Chris Garcia RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR This image released by Lionsgate shows Wes Robinson, left, and Valorie Curry in a scene from “Blair Witch.” (Chris Helcermanas-Benge/Lionsgate via AP) printThis image released by Lionsgate shows Wes Robinson, left, and Valorie Curry in a scene from “Blair Witch.” (Chris Helcermanas-Benge/Lionsgate via AP)A sequel to a beloved horror classic, “Blair Witch” had the opportunity to build on its legacy and deliver another great horror film, but unfortunately, it does neither.The film follows protagonist James and his friends as they try to find his missing sister, Heather, who he believes was kidnapped by the Blair Witch. The film slowly trudges its way through the first act, in which very little happens.Plot-wise, “Blair Witch” is pretty straightforward. Fans of the original will appreciate the homages and updated take on the “lost in the forest” scenario, and the film offers a few new interesting ideas into the series’ lore.The film falters, however, when it fails to follow up on the concepts it introduces. Certain scenes will present new mechanics that are often ignored. While this could have been used to help expand the mystery surrounding the events of the film, hardly anything sticks. It is done so much that it becomes lackluster by the time the credits roll.The cast of “Blair Witch” seem to be split between over-the-top or completely unemotional. This makes the film harder to watch as the acting sometimes twists what would be serious moments into unintentionally funny ones. The characters themselves also say or do things that come across as ridiculous or obnoxious, which makes it difficult to invest in their well-being once the horror finally kicks in.Visually, the film is a mixed bag. While the forest setting looks nice and there are a few different types of cameras (including a drone) used to document the events of the story, the footage itself is hard to follow due to intense camera movement. Moments that would be visually interesting are stopped short or missed entirely, and the film has multiple scenes where it becomes difficult to tell exactly what is going on.There are a few effective jump scares, but nothing that really comes across as memorable or compares to the creepiness of the original. This leaves “Blair Witch” feeling like an ineffective remake rather than a sequel that improves on the original’s faults.Verdict:“Blair Witch” brings some new ideas and jump scares to the table, but the lack of commitment paired with forgettable characters causes this film to become lost in the woods.3/10 Frogs Chris Garcia ReddIt TCU VGP Video Finale (Ep. 25 – Call of Duty WWII, Cluster Trucks and more) Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ + posts Sizzle Reel (Ep. 23 – Star Wars Celebration, DC Rumors and more) Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ Twitter TCU VGP (Ep. 24 – Battlefront Details, Telltale’s Guardians and more) TAGSphotos Chris Garcia is a senior film and journalism double major from Midland, Texas. When he’s not working on student media’s newest podcasts, he can be found watching the latest releases at the closest theater. Chris Garciahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/chris-garcia/ Facebook ReddIt Linkedin Facebook World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Sizzle Reel Finale (Ep. 24 – Teen Titans, Star Trek: Discovery and more) Welcome TCU Class of 2025
Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Shane Battishttps://www.tcu360.com/author/shane-battis/ Linkedin printThe hazing allegations that led to the suspension of TCU’s Delta Tau Delta chapter include forcing pledge members to use sex dolls and toys, allowing them to be burned by lighters and matches, according to a report from TCU police.In December, the fraternity’s national office announced the immediate suspension in a press release that reported, “an investigation confirmed multiple violations of the fraternity’s risk management policy, including hazing, during the fall 2017 semester.”One student listed the following accusations in the report:Students were required to recite the Greek alphabet while holding a lit match that could not be blown out until finishing the alphabet. Some of the students were burned from this activity.Students were forced to do planks, push-ups and other exercises.Students’ forearms were burned by lighters.Students were blindfolded and held in a closet for more than an hour.Students reported rampant racism.Pledge members were told to perform sex motions with sex dolls and toys.TCU Police interviewed 34 members of the fraternity regarding these claims.One pledge had burn marks on his fingers, which he claimed was from cooking ramen at his residence hall. The burn was photographed and, according to the report, was “inconsistent” with his story. Another pledge said he was required to hold a lit match while reciting the Greek alphabet and that other members received minor burns from the practice.One pledge said he burned his finger while cooking ramen, not at the chapter house, but police say the evidence and his story were “inconsistent.” (Photo courtesy of TCU Police)Investigators found burn marks on the forearms of three pledges who acknowledged they were burned by active members with cigarette lighters at a bar.Students in the report identified members who “walked up to the pledges and burned them on the inside of their forearms with a hot lighter” in order to make a significant mark. The incident happened in September and has left visible scars.The report indicated that the incidents were reported to the chapter’s Honor Board, but not the University of Fraternity and Sorority Life. All three students have declined to pursue criminal charges.Eight pledges said they knew about the burning incident, according to the report.Three pledges acknowledged that they were burned with a lighter at a bar by active members. (Photo courtesy of TCU Police)Ten pledges admitted to being blindfolded as part of a “bonding process” where they would walk under the chapter seal. None of them admitted to being forced into a closet.Eight pledges said they had to do planks and pushups during chapter meetings. They cited various reasons from health purposes to punishment. The report notes that most of the pledge class was present for this, but many lied about this allegation during the interview.Most of the pledges said they knew about sex dolls and toys being in the chapter house and all but one said they were used by upper classmen for pranks. One pledge said they were asked to “make motions” with the sex toys.Three pledges said they’ve heard “racially charged comments” in the chapter house, but the ones who made the comments were not identified.None of these students agreed to cooperate as complainants in a criminal case regarding the physical assault claims. The rest of the allegations aren’t criminal offenses, but they do violate TCU’s Policy on Hazing. The national office of Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity suspended the TCU chapter Dec. 13 partly because of hazing incidents that took place this semester.The decision comes after “an investigation confirmed multiple violations of the fraternity’s risk management policy, including hazing, during the fall 2017 semester,” according to a press release.The Epsilon Beta Chapter was informed of the decision Dec. 3. It is no longer in good standing or permitted to operate in the name of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, according to the release.The Epsilon Beta Chapter was founded in 1955 as the fraternity’s second chapter in Texas. It has operated continuously since then and initiated 1,332 men into Delta Tau Delta.Chancellor Victor Boschini said the university is against these types of behaviors and “we will do whatever possible to protect the health and safety of all students.”Representatives from TCU’s Office Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Epsilon Beta Chapter President have not returned a request for comment. 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News UpdatesRhea Chakraborty Arrested In Drug Case By Narcotics Control Bureau LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK8 Sep 2020 4:08 AMShare This – xActor Rhea Chakraborty was arrested by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Mumbai under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act) in relation to allegations of procurement and consumption of drugs, said KPS Malhotra, Deputy Director, Narcotics Control Bureau to the media.Actor Rhea Chakraborty arrested by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Mumbai: KPS Malhotra, Deputy…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginActor Rhea Chakraborty was arrested by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Mumbai under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act) in relation to allegations of procurement and consumption of drugs, said KPS Malhotra, Deputy Director, Narcotics Control Bureau to the media.Actor Rhea Chakraborty arrested by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Mumbai: KPS Malhotra, Deputy Director, Narcotics Control Bureau— Prasar Bharati News Services (@PBNS_India) September 8, 2020She was questioned for several hours on Monday and Tuesday by the NCB. Her brother Showik Chakraborty was arrested last week.Rhea is accused of abetting the suicide of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, which happened on July 14. The Central Bureau of Investigation is investigating that case on orders of the Supreme Court.Earlier today, the Mumbai police had registered an FIR against the sisters of Sushant Singh Rajput and a Delhi-based doctor on Rhea’s complaint that they hatched a conspiracy to serve banned drugs to Rajput on a false prescription which could lead to chronic anxiety attack resulting in the commission of suicide.Next Story
European Space Agency(HONOLULU) — The spread of lava in the Puna district of Hawaii’s Big Island has gotten so large that it can be seen from space.The European Space Agency (ESA) tweeted unbelievable photos of the lava that has gushed from more than 20 fissures on the island since Kilauea erupted on May 3. Fissures No. 6, 13 and 22 have been the most active, flowing to the southeast into the ocean, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.The photos were taken on May 23 and shared by the ESA on Friday.There have been a total of 82 structures damaged from the lava so far, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Of those damaged, 41 are houses.The acreage covered by lava as of Friday night in Hawaii was 2,232 acres, officials said. The Civil Defense Agency also noted that 37 homes are “isolated” either due to lava surrounding them or roads being cut off by the flow.There’s still a potential for lava to cut off all access to the Lower Puna area, which would trigger the helicopter evacuations that officials have been planning.As of Friday, there were 230 people in shelters, the agency said.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Over the past four Sunday mornings, Notre Dame students, faculty and staff ran, rowed, biked and swam for the first annual Shamrock Challenge, sponsored by RecSports, to raise money for the St. Joseph County Special Olympics.Participants competed in a variety of athletic events spread out over the four weeks and across campus recreational facilities, earning points for miles run, sit-ups completed or inches jumped. Those who accumulated the most points throughout the month earned weekly or overall prizes provided by RecSports, Notre Dame Food Services, Legends of Notre Dame and The Vitamin Shoppe in Mishawaka.Each participant, competing as an individual or in a hall team, sponsored a Special Olympics athlete with his or her registration fee. Amy Marquez, a RecSports intern who organized the event, said Shamrock Challenge continues RecSports’ relationship with the Special Olympics after the Late Night Olympics, a similar fitness competition, ended in 2012 after 22 years due to lack of space.Marquez said she and RecSports facilities coordinator Ed Beven designed Shamrock Challenge to take place during facilities off-hours and to appeal to as many people as possible.“We wanted to try to find something to replace the Late Night Olympics, and also we were thinking of how we could get more men involved in our fitness type things,” she said. “We have a lot of group fitness things, but it’s mainly just women who are involved, so we wanted to put something together to get the men out there, and we figured men like to do competition-based things, so this is kind of the idea of it.”Shamrock Challenge began March 23 with running and rowing competitions in the Rolfs Sports Recreation Center (RSRC). The next Sunday, competitors did push-ups and rode exercise bikes in the Rockne Memorial. April 6 promoted swimming and sit-ups day at the Rolfs Aquatic Center, and this past Sunday featured a variety of activities at the RSRC, including sprints, ropes and burpees.Marquez said about 50 people registered and 35 participated. She estimated the event raised about $300. She said although space might be an issue, RecSports hopes to expand Shamrock Challenge in future years, including bringing in Special Olympics athletes to compete, as they did in the Late Night Olympics.“They go all out for these athletes, and our hope is that next year [the Special Olympics athletes] can join them and be on a team with them,” Marquez said. “We wanted to see how it would go the first year and how many numbers it would get. Hopefully next year we can do that.”Tags: Shamrock Challenge
Sara Schlecht | The Obse Students gather at Rice Commons at Saint Mary’s to celebrate Mardi Gras on Tuesday. The holiday takes place the day before Ash Wednesday every year as Catholics prepare for the beginning of Lent.Feathers, sequins and king cake drew students to Rice Commons on Tuesday evening for a Mardi Gras celebration hosted by the Student Activity Board (SAB) Traditional Committee.Junior Mary Grace Noteman, chair of the traditional committee, said SAB worked hard to plan activities and provide refreshments for those who attended the event.“We have some coloring activities and things to help de-stress before Lent kicks in,” Noteman said. “It’s for people to hang out and have fun and have something to eat after dinner.”Throughout the room, tables were scattered with craft supplies to decorate masks. After-dinner treats came in the form of about 15 king cakes — oval-shaped cinnamon cakes with sugar frosting in colors of gold, green and purple. These cakes are a Mardi Gras staple.Junior Sarah Catherine Caldwell, SAB vice president, said the group tried to get king cakes from Mobile, Alabama, but shipping them across the country proved difficult because the city’s Mardi Gras celebration is lesser known than that of New Orleans.“Our king cakes are from Gambino’s bakery in New Orleans, Louisiana,” Caldwell said. “They’ve been shipped from Louisiana and overnighted by FedEx.”Caldwell, who hails from Mobile, is particularly interested in the history of Mardi Gras celebrations in the United States, as the first occurred in her hometown in 1703. She noted that most people associate Mardi Gras with New Orleans but might not be familiar with the holiday’s history and presence in other parts of the country.“Nothing shuts Mobile down like Mardi Gras — except for a hurricane,” she said.During her first year at Saint Mary’s, Caldwell wasn’t particularly impressed with the Mardi Gras celebrations on campus because they didn’t feel like home. She thought the celebration was over the top.“Bigger isn’t always better,” she said.This philosophy guided Caldwell in her vision for future celebrations, which occur annually at the College. Through her involvement with SAB, she tries to make sure cultural events on campus do justice to the people who associate them with home.When it comes to Mardi Gras, getting the king cake right is important, she asserted, as there are students who come from places like New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast who are familiar with the cake’s traditional role in the celebration.“Growing up, king cake was an integral part of my Mardi Gras experience,” Caldwell said. “We knew we had to have king cake for this event.”Because of her role on SAB, Caldwell said she has a unique privilege to plan an event that brings part of her home to Saint Mary’s.“Not everyone gets to plan an event that brings their home to South Bend,” Caldwell said. “I’m just so happy that I get to do that. I love Mardi Gras. It’s one of my favorite things.”In addition to its connections to her home, Caldwell emphasized the importance of Mardi Gras for Saint Mary’s as a Catholic institution, as the annual holiday anticipates the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday.“It’s one of the ways we prepare for Lent for those that are practicing Catholics,” Caldwell said. “You load up on those carbs and then you fast [on Wednesday].”The community aspect of Mardi Gras is something SAB tried to emphasize in Tueday’s event, Noteman said.“Mardi Gras is amazing,” she said. “Everyone comes together, enjoying it and taking part in this celebration … it’s such a happy time.”For Caldwell, the religious significance surrounding Mardi Gras is also important to consider.“You celebrate … and then you go into Lent immediately after this big party,” Caldwell said. “Lent is such a somber time of self-reflection.”Because SAB aims to engage the campus community with its events, the organization is open to students suggesting themes for celebrations or gatherings. Caldwell said she would be happy to discuss SAB doing events like the Mardi Gras celebration for students interested in planning cultural events.“We want to help you bring your home to Saint Mary’s, our home,” she said.Tags: Mardi Gras, saint mary’s, Student Activities Board