MSU student panel highlights reality of LGBTQ+ political activism

Missouri State University Office of Multicultural Programs hosted a student panel on the reality of being an LGBTQ+ political activist. This event was the third out of seven events for LBGTQ+ Heritage Month. The panel spoke on Oct.12 at PSU and contained three speakers. Each panelist had at least two years of activism experience.
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Peach Sells Unlimited Japanese Flight Pass For Just $173

Peach Aviation, the low-cost arm of ANA, has launched an all-you-can-fly travel pass for domestic Japanese flights, valid throughout the whole of November. Starting tomorrow, 150 unlimited passes will go on sale, starting at 19,800 yen ($173), giving free travel on all 33 domestic routes operated by the airline. Unlimited...
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Fitch Ratings Issues Stablecoin Warning

Fitch Ratings has warned that stablecoins could have an impact on securities markets. The credit rating agency said stablecoins could bring new risks to the commercial paper market. Fitch Ratings, a credit rating agency and one of the “Big Three” credit rating agencies—flanked by Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s S&P—has...
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Taylor Daily Press

‘Human error’ causes long delay due to 3D font on Sclessin | The eleventh day of the JPL match

Standard seemed headed for a comfortable win in the first game under new coach Luca Elsner yesterday, especially as Denis Dragos made it 3-0 after more than 51 minutes of play. But the assistant referee raised his flag, after which the VAR technology will consider the possible offside stage. Enter the 3D Line, the new technology that should be able to investigate even very narrow intrusions in detail. That took a very long time. The match between Standard and OHL was stopped for seven (!) minutes. The guys had no choice but to do some sprints to keep the muscles warm.

Scotland on Sunday Travel: Do Not Disturb -The Standard, London

A couple of years later, I found myself in Regent's Park Open Air Theatre watching Lord of the Flies on a balmy summer evening. It's glorious again today as I enjoy panoramic views of London from the roof bar of The Standard Hotel. I only checked in a couple of hours ago, but already I feel at home, which is something I never expected. Having passed the building many times over the years, I could never have imagined the bohemian wonderland that awaits inside. If ever a building embodied the old adage 'never judge a book by its cover', it's The Standard.

Weekend in review: Week 8 of Montana 2021 high school sports

Roundup of coverage from Week 8 of the 2021 fall high school sports season in Montana. The Blitz: Saturday's high school football highlights (Oct. 16) Roundup of high school football action from Saturday. agate. Scoreboard: High school volleyball boxscores (Oct. 16) Check out the latest results. agate. Scoreboard: High...

Mitsubishi Electric water cooled chiller on R1234ze

ITALY: The new i-FX2-W-G04 inverter-driven water cooled chiller from Mitsubishi Electric Hydronics & IT Cooling Systems utilise low GWP HFO refrigerant R1234ze. The new chillers cover a range from 400kW to 1.245kW, with all sizes using VSD compressors on two completely independent refrigerant circuits. Also included are electronic expansion valves, high performing shell and tube condenser and shell and tube hybrid (flooded/falling film) evaporators.

The goalkeeper still suffers from his hearing a day later after a bizarre end at Liège – OHL

Standard Luik – Oud-Heverlee Leuven became a match that will be talked about for a long time to come. For example, the match in the Belgian league was stopped for seven (!) minutes because the VAR had doubts about an offside case, OHL scored twice in injury time (2-2) and the visitors’ goalkeeper suffered hearing damage due to fireworks. Two minutes after Liège striker Denis Dragus had made it 2-0, he scored again. The linesman flagged for offside and referee Kevin Van Damme signaled that the VAR would investigate the moment. Through the new 3D technology. One minute, two, three. First grumbling, then booing in the stands. Players appealed to the referee, who indicated that he could not do anything about the delay and had to wait for the decision of the VAR.

Nude man apprehended during Missouri State University soccer game

According to university safety and Springfield police, on Oct. 9 at the Betty and Bobby Allison south stadium, James Williams, 29, was nude in front of minors and adults. University safety reported Williams was first spotted near the Plaster Student Union and Wells House, then ran toward the soccer field. By the time the Springfield police arrived, Williams had entered the field and climbed onto the southwest corner post of the fence.
Greenville Advocate

Hands of Standard, LLC has ribbon cutting

Chasity Waters had her official ribbon cutting Monday morning in Georgiana of her new venture. Waters is the owner of Hands of Standard, LLC, an adult sitter and transportation service. She currently has 10 employees in the sitter side of the business and one transportation van. Waters said she worked...

Notebook CPU market to showcase an annual healthy growth rate over 2021-2027

The Notebook CPU research provides a thorough and all-encompassing view of the global industry. The comprehensive research report includes essential data, as well as the market size and share of the global Notebook CPU industry. Furthermore, the research report provides a clear description of elements influencing the development of the Notebook CPU market, such as drivers, technological advancements, and current market conditions, among others. It also provides insight into the market’s past and expected future (market size in terms of revenue (in US$ Mn) and volume (thousand units)).

Kenyan serial child killer who escaped from police custody has been killed by mob

A mob in western Kenya has killed a self-confessed serial child killer who escaped from custody three days ago, police say. Masten Wanjala was traced by villagers to a house in Bungoma town and beaten to death, they say. Wanjala made news headlines in July 2021 when he was arrested and confessed to more than ten killings and sucking the blood from at least one of his victims (read here). Wanjala’s five-year killing spree started when he was just 16, local media reported.
PC Magazine

Fastmail Review

Fastmail isn't a household name in the hosted email space, but it's got a solid offering. You don't get a big suite of productivity tools with this platform as you do with our Editors' Choice award winners Google Workspace Business Standard and Microsoft 365 Business Premium. But you do get email with 30GB of archive space per user and standard calendaring. Fastmail is also easy to manage and excels at handling email across multiple domains.