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    As the Lionesses take on Germany in the Euro 2022 final, they can count on the support of an England-loving US coach who taught them how to be 'alpha females'. Anson Dorrance, head coach of women's football at the University of North Carolina, taught Lucy Bronze, Alessia Russo, Lotte Wubben-Moy and manager Sarina Wiegman during his career. Dorrance, 71, who coaches the Tar Heels, told The Times that three out of four of the sensational goals scored by the Lionesses in their semi-final against Sweden 'had Tar Heels written all over them'. Describing the Lionesses he had coached in the past, Dorrance said they were 'wonderful human beings'. Anson Dorrance, 71, head coach of the University of North Carolina Tar Heels, coached several of the Lionesses throughout his career Dorrance first met and began working with star defender Lucy Bronze when she was just 12 years old Alessia Russo was recruited by Dorrance at the University of North Carolina in 2017 England head coach Sarina Wiegman was scouted by Dorrance in 1988 after he saw her playing for a Dutch...
    Two of the nation's top doctors said they refuse to give their own kids a third COVID shot as vaccinated teenage boys have a low risk of hospitalization, but the likelihood of myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart, caused by the jab is 10 out of 100,000. Dr. Monica Gandhi, an infectious-disease specialist at the University of California, and Dr. Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and a member of the FDA's vaccine advisory committee, told Bari Weiss in her most recent Substack that the benefits of a booster for teen males are outweighed by the possible side effects.  One of the most common serious side effects for a teen from a COVID booster jab was myocarditis, a rare heart inflammation case that occurs mostly in males, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which had recorded two such cases among a group of 20,000 while vaccinated teen boys only had a 0.3 out of 100,000 chances of being hospitalized over COVID.  The doctors claimed the CDC was premature in advising teens...
    STIMULUS checks worth up to $3,000 have been sent out to thousands of students across America – just weeks before Christmas. Nearly $40billion worth of pandemic relief was allocated to students and institutions under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund as part of Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan. 1Stimulus checks worth up to $3,000 have been sent out to tens of thousands of students across AmericaCredit: Getty Colleges have been sending out stimulus checks to their students to help them cover expenses. George Washington University received $9.1million during the first round of stimulus funding last May, and approximately $14million in the second and third rounds. Students who had enrolled at the university on or after March 13 2020 were eligible to apply for the funding. University officials say that nearly 10,000 applicants have been sent the aid, The Hatchet reports. Freshman Lexi Plaisted told the outlet she was “surprised” by the grant. She said: “I honestly did not think I would get anything because I’m sure other people have been affected much more than I have, but I thought that...
    For four years they enjoyed a cosy and largely anonymous life - blending in with their 7,500 fellow students as their romance quietly blossomed. But today the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were very much the centre of attention as they made a trip back to St Andrews University  The couple were on hand to meet students and staff, to hear more about how their lives have been affected by the pandemic.  It was also a personal trip down memory lane. After all, it was at St Andrews - in St Salvator's halls, in fact - where Kate Middleton first met William Wales.  Ten years after meeting the couple were engaged and now, 20 years on, they are parents of three juggling all the demands placed on the future king and his queen consort.  Here, FEMAIL looks back at the special place St Andrews holds in the couple's love story.  University sweethearts: Prince William and Kate Middleton on the day of their graduation ceremony at St Andrews University in June 2005. The couple met as freshers four years prior William...
    What could be a nearly 400-year-old butterfly has been discovered pressed between the pages of an ancient library book at Cambridge University.  The perfectly preserved specimen, thought to be a small tortoiseshell, was found inside a copy of England's earliest insect book, Theatre of Insects, published in 1634. The butterfly could be as old as the volume itself, according to experts at Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, which has had the book in its collection since 1996.  The beautiful specimen is as 'colourful as the day it was pressed between the book's pages', right next to its accompanying illustration, Trinity Hall revealed.  Although examples of plant specimens being pressed into books are fairly common, it is rare to find a pressed insect. 
    Loading the player... “Between the World and Me,” Ta-Nehisi Coates’s 2015 bestseller, is a powerful memoir written in the form of a letter to the author’s 15-year-old teenage son, and HBO’s adaptation of the book premiered last night. The Pulitzer-nominated book was initially adapted and staged by the Apollo Theater in 2018, and now it is HBO’s latest streaming offering. The film features a spoken word performance that is a combination of film and theater, according to NBC. Read More: Ta-Nehisi Coates to guest edit Vanity Fair September issue Directed by Kamilah Forbes, the HBO special incorporates news footage, both past and current: Muhammad Ali speaking about police abusing African American drivers, Chadwick Boseman’s commencement speech at Howard University, and Breonna Taylor’s mother in an audio clip, discussing how she learned of her daughter’s death. I recommend that you all watch the film adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME, which debuts tonight. I hope you also take the time for the conversation he and I had this week about the project, his writing, and a...
    Genome sequencing has revealed a rare lizard found in New Zealand shares DNA with mammals and its ancestors roamed with dinosaurs 250 million years ago.  Scientists from the University of Adelaide and South Australian Museum worked with Otago University, New Zealand to study the rare tuatara and its genetic makeup.   Tuatara is only found in New Zealand and is a 'single species reptile', the last of a type of creature that originated during the Triassic period.   Analysis of its genome led to a startling revelation - it is halfway between mammal and reptile and diverged in its evolution from other reptiles 250 million years ago.     Genome sequencing has revealed a rare lizard found in New Zealand shares DNA with mammals and its ancestors roamed with dinosaurs 250 million years ago Professor David Adelson of the University of Adelaide and Dr Terry Bertozzi of the South Australian Museum carried out the key analysis of the tuatara genome.  'The tuatara is the last surviving species of a reptile group that roamed the earth with the dinosaurs and remarkably, its genome shares...
    WASHINGTON – The first presidential debate before the elections to be held at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana on September 29 will be at a university in Cleveland, Ohio, due to complications in the organization due to the COVID pandemic- 19, the university center reported on Monday. The debate will be held on September 29 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, which is a further change in the scheduling of the dates of the electoral campaign, in which Donald Trump is re-elected due to COVID- 19. “In the end, the difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic in this event, despite being understandable and necessary, have led us to withdraw,” the president of the University of Notre Dame, the Rev. John Jenkins, said in a statement. This is the second time that a presidential debate has changed place due to the pandemic. The second debate, scheduled for October, was moved last month from Ann Harbor, in Michigan, to Miami, Florida, despite the fact that this state is one of the most affected by a spike in infections....
    WASHINGTON – The first presidential debate before the elections to be held at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana on September 29 will be at a university in Cleveland, Ohio, due to complications in the organization due to the COVID pandemic- 19, the university center reported on Monday. The debate will be held on September 29 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, which is a further change in the scheduling of the dates of the electoral campaign, in which Donald Trump is re-elected due to COVID- 19. “In the end, the difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic in this event, despite being understandable and necessary, have led us to withdraw,” the president of the University of Notre Dame, the Rev. John Jenkins, said in a statement. This is the second time that a presidential debate has changed place due to the pandemic. The second debate, scheduled for October, was moved last month from Ann Harbor, in Michigan, to Miami, Florida, despite the fact that this state is one of the most affected by a spike in infections....
    WASHINGTON – The first presidential debate before the elections to be held at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana on September 29 will be at a university in Cleveland, Ohio, due to complications in the organization due to the COVID pandemic- 19, the university center reported on Monday. The debate will be held on September 29 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, which is a further change in the scheduling of the dates of the electoral campaign, in which Donald Trump is re-elected due to COVID- 19. “In the end, the difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic in this event, despite being understandable and necessary, have led us to withdraw,” the president of the University of Notre Dame, the Rev. John Jenkins, said in a statement. This is the second time that a presidential debate has changed place due to the pandemic. The second debate, scheduled for October, was moved last month from Ann Harbor, in Michigan, to Miami, Florida, despite the fact that this state is one of the most affected by a spike in infections....
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