Harvard College senior Mary Davies ’13 has been named a Global Health Fellow with Medical Missionaries. Davies, a social science and global health policy concentrator, will defer attending medical school for one year to work at St. Joseph’s Clinic in Thomassique, Haiti. At the clinic, Davies and the other fellows will assist staff, oversee community health programs such as a school lunch program and a water purification program, and help visiting teams of doctors, nurses, and dentists.Davies has held leadership positions in several community development projects in Cambridge. She has also tutored middle-school students, served as a peer counselor through the Cambridge After School Program, and volunteered as an HIV/AIDS educator in Tanzania, where she studied gender issues in Tanzania and in South Africa. She intends to pursue a joint M.D.-M.P.H. program following her fellowship.
Sir Chips Keswick will leave his post at the end of the season (Picture: Getty Images)‘Other people would think that it would be intimidating for [Mikel] Arteta – I don’t think so.‘If you’re a successful-type personality, you don’t really mind who else is in the building. You embrace that knowledge that could come in through the door.‘So I would applaud that if Arsenal Football Club were to bring Arsene Wenger onto the board.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityWenger turns 71 this year, but has said he is still looking for a return to management, should the right role emerge.However, he has previously ruled out a return to Arsenal after his epic stint with the club.‘Would I return to the Emirates Stadium? I always said to myself that I would be leaving Arsenal completely. That’s the decision I made,’ Wenger told beIN Sport.On his decision to step down last week, Keswick said: ‘It has been an honour to be the chairman of this great football club.‘Arsenal has always held a special place in my life and that will remain the case in the future.‘I made my plan to retire at the end of this season clear to the board, before the global health crisis we are now experiencing.‘The club is in safe hands with Stan and Josh, the board and the executive team,’ he added. ‘I know Arsenal will emerge strongly from this situation and I look forward, like all our supporters around the world, to seeing the team in action as soon as possible.’MORE: Ian Wright says Martin Keown was his most ‘intense’ team-mate at ArsenalMORE: Arsenal to submit bid to sign Feyenoord midfielder Orkun KokcuAdvertisementAdvertisementFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Martin Keown wants Arsene Wenger to replace Sir Chips Keswick as Arsenal chairman Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 2 Jun 2020 4:25 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.3kShares Advertisement Comment Would Arsene Wenger make a good chairman? (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal legend Martin Keown believes former manager Arsene Wenger would be a fantastic choice to take over from Sir Chips Keswick as chairman of the club at the end of the season.Sir Chips announced his decision to stand as chairman of the Gunners after 15 years on the board and seven years as chairman. leaving Stan Kroenke, Josh Kroenke, Lord Harris and Ken Friar on the board.The north London club will be looking for a new figure to take the helm, and while he considers it unlikely to happen, Keown sees his former boss as the ‘perfect’ choice.The Frenchman left the Emirates in 2018 after 22 years in charge of the club and is now FIFA’s chief of global football development, but Keown thinks the Gunners should be looking to get him back.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Sir Chips is somebody who had been there for 15 years, took over from Peter Hill-Wood, so I think the club have been respectful with the work he’s done there,’ Keown told talkSPORT.‘It would be something special to see Arsene Wenger come onto the board.‘I don’t think so somehow, I think he’s said recently he doesn’t want to do that, never saw himself as someone who would sit on the board but they could do a lot worse.‘You know that I feel that would be almost the perfect answer for Kroenke, the young Josh Kroenke, he needs that older person perhaps around, someone with the experience. Advertisement
677 Tomewin Mountain, Currumbin ValleyFROM estates set in rainforest and volcanic rock, to sunsoaked sandy beaches kilometres from the ocean, there’s a treasure trove of prestige property to be found in the hinterland.It’s the green behind the Gold Coast, where multimillion-dollar properties sprawl over lush woodlands, often offering much more than a single residence. 77 Wilson Rd, Tamborine Mountain is perched on top of the mountain. The interior design is next level.Raw industrial pieces, organic materials such as spotted gum, vast expanses of gliding glass and eco-sensitive features combine in this designer residence, on the market for $2.27 million. It also offers ocean and skyline views beyond the immediate treescape. 25-27 Forest Ridge Drive, Bonogin is in an exclusive estate. Industrial luxe. 1 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera has a tropical pool setting in the country.Sandy beach and 25m of sparkling water? It’s hard to believe this tropical oasis isn’t beachfront. The Tallebudgera Park Estate residence also features a built in aquarium, and if that’s not enough H20, there’s also a creek bubbling through tropical gardens. Each space is tasteful.“It had not been lived in for five years, it was in such a state of disrepair,” Mr Williams said.“It was completely dated, the bathrooms were out of order, there was a lot of damage done by the renters who were in, everything had to be redone.”Mr Williams’ family, all builders, pitched in over 18 months to complete the meticulous renovation, calling on an architect to design the interior and capitalise on its position on the highest part of the mountain. The Castle at Lisson Grove, 274-280 Main Western Rd, North Tamborine is fit for royalty. Be king or queen of your own private castle. This boutique hotel has hit the market for $2.99 million, complete with wedding and restaurant venue, day spa and six individually appointed and themed cottages. Timber features extensively throughout.“This is one of the real special ones of the Valley,” said Shaun Williams, who has just listed his 4.65ha ‘Hanging Rock Estate’, named after a nearby rock conglomerate formed when Mount Warning was a volcano.The property is one of only five tightly held, north east facing properties on Mt Tomewin.As with most acreage properties, it was a labour of love, and it took hundreds of thousands of dollars to transform the original house built in 1989 to the lavish timber abode of today. The natural surrounds attracts an abundance of wildlife.It’s private and tranquil, a sophiscated residence with touches of industrial luxe, nestled between flashes of green birdnest ferns, staghorns, palms and rainforest trees.There are also two cabins that are council approved for dwellings, and another is a class 10 shed suitable for multipurpose use.Manicured walking tracks meander to picture perfect spots throughout the property, situated on the Queensland/New South Wales border, reserve and National Park.“It wasn’t pretty to buy, but it’s turned out amazing now,” Mr Williams said.“We were going to have it as a business ourselves but we’re getting ready to retire. It would be very good for someone to have a tourism venture there.”The property listing outlines the rarity of the acreage. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours agoPull up a chair and soak in the view.“This is a rare combination of multiple residences that would be hard to duplicate with the environmental protection zones,” it reads.Mr Williams said the property measured up to its $2.4 million price tag.“There’s properties on this hill selling for $2.5-$3 million, this is one of the best.”It features as one of the top five Hinterland properties on the market. IN GOOD COMPANY: Other hidden hinterland gems The pool is also award winning.It’s described as “living on the edge” and this iconic property is certainly breathtaking. Uniquely, the residence encompasses an old farmhouse, that was absorbed into the new structure. The home is a Masterbuilder award winner.
Dr. Miguel Mac D. Aposin. DEPED ILOILO The province’s new schools division superintendentstarted his public school teaching in 1988 as Teacher I in Hipona (Puentevedra)National High School. In 2007, he was the principal of Tuburan National HighSchool (Maayon, Capiz) and Florentina Batoampo Degala National High School(Roxas, Capiz) in 2008. Dr. Miguel Mac D. Aposin, who waspreviously assigned in Iloilo Division, took over the post of Dr. SalvadorOnating Ochavo, Jr. With the new assignment in Aklan, Aposinwill supervise the school districts in Buruanga, Malay, Nabas, Ibajay East, IbajayWest, Tangalan, Makato, Numancia, Lezo, Malinao, Madalag, Kalibo I, Kalibo II,Banga, Libacao, Balete, Batan, Altavas, and New Washington. Aposin of Pontevedra, Capiz formallyassumed his new post on Tuesday. KALIBO, Aklan – The Department ofEducation (DepEd) Division of Aklan has a new schools division superintendent. He graduated his Bachelor of Science inMathematics in Filamer Christian University (formerly Filamer Christian College)in 1987 and his Master of Education specializing in Administration andSupervision at West Visayas State University (1999) and Doctor of Education inEducational Management at Capiz State University (2006). Aposin was also designated asofficer-in-charge-Assistant Schools Division Superintendent DepEd Capizand principal of Malonoy National High School (Dao, Capiz) in 2009. Hewas the Schools Division Superintendent of DepEd Capiz for threeyears until he was assigned in DepEd Iloilo on July 2018. (With a report from Akean Forum/PN)
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling First, Scout revealed which order the quarterbacks should be selected in.Scout is a big fan of Josh Allen’s potential out of Wyoming, followed by Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield.Josh Rosen followed third and Scout wasn’t impressed by the play of Trojan Sam Darnold, selecting him last.As for who the Browns should take at No. 1 overall, well, Scout already revealed that answer with Allen going first among quarterbacks.Those of you quick to doubt the legitimacy of Scout should note Allen was labeled on a different kibble bowl this time.The biggest question in the Valley, though, is what position the Cardinals will draft at No. 15. Scout thinks they should go wide receiver but was probably hinting at something when she answered the question three times by eating some quarterback and offensive line kibble as well.Scout must be a big believer in Brandon Williams, as she merely gave a quick sniff to the cornerback kibble. (Matt Layman/Arizona Sports) 1 Comments Share Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires NFL mock drafts are fun and all, but you know what’s more fun? A dog telling you what should happen instead.98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Erin Maloney had the right dog for the job: Scout.Scout answered three of the NFL Draft’s biggest questions by running over to certain bowls of kibble to communicate what her choices are, because, you know, dogs can’t talk.We were, however, able to get inside the mind of Scout with the help of 98.7 FM’s Ron Wolfley. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo