Elizabeth Campbell Facebook Hayes switched back to the electric guitar for his next song “21.” During the song he asked, “TCU, can we just dance all night?” He switched to the other electric guitar for the song “Light Me Up” followed by “Shut Up and Dance.”He sang “Crazy” for his finale during which he jumped around stage and asked the crowd to jump with him. He thanked TCU and left the stage.The crowd started chanting “one more song” which Hayes obliged to. He came back on stage to perform the song “Wildcard” as an encore. Hayes addressed the crowd again during the encore.“I sincerely hope I get to see you again soon,” Hayes said. “You’re the best TCU. God bless you.”Hayes will be promoting his new album on the 21 Tour which starts Oct. 22. The tour is targeted at college markets and will include concerts at colleges, including Purdue University and the University of Oklahoma. The first stop is Oct. 22 at Western Carolina University.ReactionAround 4,500-5,000 people attended the concert, according to SGA president Maddie Reddick. “I’d say it was a success,” Reddick said. “Hunter was very glad to be here, and he is incredibly talented and everyone seems to be having a good time.”TheEnd volunteer coordinator Kelly Lee said the concert went great and that the TCU crowd loved it.“I feel like I made a bunch of girls’ dreams come true,” Lee said.One of those women was junior nursing major Brittny Dombrosky, whose favorite song by Hayes is “Wanted.” She was in the front row for the concert and said her favorite part of the concert was Hayes’s interaction with the crowd.“Acknowledging his fans is pretty cool,” Dombrosky said. “He lets us sing with him and it just shows how humble he is as an artist. He’s so adorable.”First year student Gabriel Glaser said that the concert was awesome and that his favorite part was the the keyboard player Andy.“Andy Sheridan is the man,” Glaser said. “Shout out to SGA for having the most gnarly concerts.” Breakdown: Cambridge Analytica, information warfare CRES negotiates move to interdisciplinary unit amid student resistance Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ printHunter Hayes performed a free concert for TCU students, alumni and guests in the commons Friday night.The concert was put on by the Student Government Association as their annual fall concert.Ryan Lafferty Ryan Lafferty was the opening act for the concert, and he played a set of 10 songs that saw a mix of both original songs and covers. He opened with “Let Me Get You Through the Night” then followed it with “Can’t Feel My Face” and “Thief.” Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ Facebook Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ Alumna joins ‘Survivor’ reality show in quest for a million dollars TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer ReddIt During the song he changed one of the lyrics to sing “my friends here at TCU.” He also played the song “Young and in Love” before switching to a different electric guitar to play “I Mean You.” Hayes then took a break to talk to the crowd for a bit and switch to a mandolin.“TCU, you are absolutely flawless,” Hayes said. “I was not expecting this many people to show up. I’m so grateful.”He played the mandolin during the song “Saint or a Sinner” before switching back to the first electric guitar that he used. He then played “Heartbreak” and “Suitcase.”Hayes mixed things up during his next song, “Everybody’s Got Somebody,” playing a soulful riff at the beginning and ending it with a hard rock one. He also had the rest of the band stop playing for one verse which he soloed for.He then switched back to the other electric guitar for the song “Flashlight.” Hayes used the break to ask the crowd if they were still enjoying themselves.“Our only job is to make sure you are having fun,” Hayes said.Hayes proceeded to talk to the crowd for a bit about his new album, which is set to release Nov. 6. The album, titled The 21 Project, includes three different versions of the music; one acoustic, one studio and one live.“It’s the most random thing we’ve ever done,” Hayes said.While talking about the album, Hayes paused, and several people to cheered for him. Hayes laughed before responding.“I’m the most awkward kid on the planet,” Hayes said. “You just made me feel really cool.”Hayes then performed the songs “You Think You Know” and “Secret Love.” During “Secret Love” the stage crew moved a piano to center stage which Hayes used for the songs “Invisible” and “Wanted.”Before starting “Invisible,” Hayes took another break to talk to the crowd. He introduced all his band members, who consisted of Justin and Devo on the guitars, Steve on the drums, Matthew on the bass and Andy on the keyboard. Hayes also talked to the crowd for a bit, complementing the TCU campus and atmosphere.“This is one of the coolest vibes we’ve ever felt,” Hayes said. “We just want to take all of you with us.”During the song “Wanted” the crowd sang along with Hayes who commented that “it [sounded] beautiful.” TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history WATCH: Former Chief of Staff for Obama talks Trump administration, Democrats, liberal arts education Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ Twitter Twitter The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Linkedin Linkedin Previous articleGuns-a-blazing: rifle dominates the competitionNext articleTCU scrapes out 24-21 lead over Iowa State in whirlwind first half Elizabeth Campbell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR + posts ReddIt Elizabeth Campbell is executive editor of TCU 360 and a senior journalism and political science double major. When not in the newsroom, she’s thinking about the news while probably watching TCU football or being a history nerd. Send her a tip if you have a story to share! For Lafferty’s next song, “Cheerleader,” he brought up TCU junior music major Michael Moreno to play the trumpet part. Moreno played alongside Lafferty and also soloed for part of the song. Lafferty continued his performance with the song “Out of the Picture.” He told the crowd the song was based off of “the moment you realize you’ve been cropped out of an Insta pic.”After finishing the song, he asked the crowd if they knew what happened after you get cut out of an Instagram picture. When the crowd responded by shouting, “what,” Lafferty launched into singing “Bad Blood.”Lafferty continued with an original song “Stalemate.” After that song he introduced his band members and thanked Hayes for the opportunity to tour with him. He then launched into a rendition of “Ignition” and told the crowd that he “expects every person in here to sing every word.”During the song he changed a lyric to “kick Iowa State’s ass tomorrow” which received a cheer from the crowd. After the song Lafferty told the crowd about his one connection to TCU, which was through LaDainian Tomlinson.“I won $300 in a fantasy game because of him,” Lafferty said. “I’m forever grateful so if you see him on campus say thanks.”Lafferty closed his set with the song “Show You Mine.” He thanked the crowd again before leaving the stage. After Hayes’ set Lafferty was at the merchandise table talking with fans and taking pictures.Lafferty said he enjoyed the show and that he would come back tomorrow if he could.“I loved it,” Lafferty said. “The crowd was amazing.”Lafferty has released an Extended Player (EP) album called The Half of It which can be found on Spotify. Lafferty will be joining Hayes on the 21 Tour.Hunter HayesHayes played 19 songs during his hour and a half long set. At one point he told the crowd the “set list is like a mile long.” He opened with the song “Tattoo” and then lead straight into “Storm Warning.” The crowd sang along with both songs, getting the loudest during “Storm Warning.”This prompted Hayes to tell the crowd, “you sound so good, let me hear you,” before he launched into his next song “Storyline.” He also used this time to switch to an acoustic guitar.
Help by sharing this information UgandaAfrica UgandaAfrica January 13, 2021 Find out more News March 12, 2021 Find out more Ugandan president threatens to “bankrupt” leading daily Follow the news on Uganda Uganda blocks social media and messaging apps, isolating election to go further August 19, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Radio KFM back on the air but one of its journalists to be tried for sedition June 4, 2021 Find out more RSF_en News Uganda urged to free two journalist held since last week on libel charges News Receive email alerts News Reporters Without Borders today hailed the Broadcasting Council’s decision yesterday to allow radio KFM back on the air but voiced concern about the intention to try KFM presenter Andrew Mwenda for sedition and about the dismissal of Mwenda’s producer, Angelo Izama.”It is reassuring to see the talks begun a week ago between KFM and the Broadcasting Council have yielded results,” the press freedom organisation said. “It is vital that relations between the authorities and the media should be based on dialogue and moderation in this period of tension following Sudanese Vice-President John Garang’s death in the crash of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s helicopter.”Reporters Without Borders added: “We are however concerned about the prosecution of Mwenda. It would cause great harm if the Ugandan courts were to use the sedition charge to hand down an excessively severe sentence. We also think it is not the Broadcasting Council’s role to say that a producer should be dismissed.”Among the programmes broadcast when KFM went back on the air yesterday was the ‘Andrew Mwenda Live’ discussion programme. It was the 10 August edition of this programme that led to the suspension of the station’s licence.The payment of 4.95 million shillings (about 2,200 euros) in damages and the dismissal of the producer of ‘Andrew Mwenda Live’ were the council’s conditions for allowing the station back on the air.Mwenda, who was arrested on 12 August and freed on bail on 15 August, faces a five-year prison sentence when he is tried on the sedition charge on 29 August. During his 10 August programme, Mwenda accused the Ugandan government of putting Garang in a poor-quality helicopter and described President Museveni as a coward and a failure. That same day, President Museveni had threatened to close down news media that continue to refer to terrorism and sabotage as the possible causes of Garang’s death. Organisation
SEA BRIGHT – Kicking off the new year, an original anthem to Sandy survival was born.Grammy nominated artist Linda Chorney was directly affected by Hurricane Sandy when her Sea Bright home was flooded. Fellow musician Michael Ghegan, whose Red Bank home also suffered storm damage, collaborated on a song called Bright Sea (Gonna Rise).Chorney premiered her song during VH1’s Christmas in Sea Bright special in a performance that moved the audience to tears.The recorded studio version now is available for download on Nimbit Music. Part of the proceeds will go to seabrightrising.org.
Mallard’s Source for sports wants to give the Killjoys a pre-game push with Team of the Week honours.The Killjoys team includes, coach K. Boss, back row, Sylvest, Meg Ablast, Ink Sling-Her, Kerowhack, Lil Miss Hell ‘N Back, D.O.Ava, Goldie Gunshow, Oso Agro, Buttermilk, McWrath, Skid Licious, Lil Squirt, Concrete Cindy, Courtney Shove and Slay Guevara. The Golden Boot is up for grabs Saturday at the NDCC Arena as the Nelson Killjoys and Castlegar’s Dam City Rollers duke it out for bragging rights in the West Kootenay Roller Derby League.The defending champion Killjoys meet the Rollers at 7 p.m. in Mountain Mayhem 5 while at 5 p.m. Valley Brutality and the Rossland Trail Rollergirls.
An updated version of the Passive House Planning Package, the Excel spreadsheet used by designers to estimate the energy demands of Passivhaus buildings, will be released at the North American Passive House Network (NAPHN) conference next week in Vancouver.PHPP 9, as the Passivhaus Institute (PHI) calls it, is the English version of software that has been in use successfully in Germany for several months.“With this upgrade, PHPP can be applied on an even larger scale,” Jan Steiger, coordinator of PHPP development said in a prepared statement. “It allows the designer to compare numerous design or retrofit situations in a comprehensive manner.”The release also marks the start of certification under new Passivhaus standards, Passive House Plus and Passive House Premium, which were announced earlier this year.PHI said the first “Plus” buildings already have been certified in Europe.The conference takes place on October 1 and 2. In advance, Adrian Muskatewitz of PHI will conduct workshops on Passivhaus windows in Toronto on September 28 and Vancouver on September 30.PHPP 9 will be available by retailers in the U.S. following the conference, said NAPHN co-president Ken Levenson.The upcoming conference is not connected with the annual conference of the Passive House Institute U.S., which took place earlier in September in Chicago.
MOST READ Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH Pascua will be leading a team that finished Season 79 at the fourth spot with an 8-6 record but bowed out to Ateneo in the Final Four.What Pascua won’t be having this year, though, is the leadership and savvy of former captain Remy Palma who’ has already exhausted her five-year playing career with the Lady Tamaraws.Pascua, though, looked at the absence of Palma as a new challenge for his team that still has the attacking capabilities of Bernadeth Pons, Jerrili Malabanan, and Toni Rose Basas.“Of course Remy had that veteran presence and her leadership was the big factor that is lacking right now,” said Pascua who will now look to Pons to serve as his skipper. “I want Bernadeth to really take that leadership role and now that she’s in the position Remy once held, I know she can do a great job with it.”And with a veteran core at his disposal, Pascua knows he won’t have a difficult time putting the mentality that already has a sense of urgency going into Season 80.ADVERTISEMENT NCAA volleyball: San Beda locks up twice-to-beat edge after downing EAC Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH “Every game, I want them to think that it is a championship game,” said Pascua. “They should think that this will be their last game.” LATEST STORIES John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding AFP official booed out of forum Read Next The league’s winningest team will parade a new coach for Season 80, but the new figurehead in Far Eastern University’s bench is well aware of the legacy draped in green-and-gold.George Pascua, who took over the Lady Tamaraws’ head coaching duties from Shaq Delos Santos, is a former Tamaraw himself and he only has one goal for his beloved alma mater—win the top prize in Season 80 and deliver FEU its record 30th championship.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“There’s always FEU’s legacy in terms of women’s volleyball,” said Pascua in Filipino. “Now we have to meet those expectations from everyone watching us.”“The team has the willingness, the hunger, the thirst to win games and maybe win another championship because FEU has always been a powerhouse team in the UAAP.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Head coach: George PascuaLast season: 8-6 (no.4)Key holdovers: Jerrili Malabanan, Toni Rose Basas, Bernadeth PonsKey losses: Remy Palma, Rosemarie VargasADVERTISEMENT View comments
Asian Games gold medallist Pinki Pramanik was granted bail after 25 days by a West Bengal court on Tuesday on the ground that as neither male nor female organ was found during the medical tests, the athlete cannot rape.Pramanik was arrested on June 14 after she was accused of being a male by her 30-year-old live-in partner, who also alleged she was raped. “The district and sessions judge (North 24-Parganas) while granting bail to Pinki, based on her medical reports, has held that neither male nor female organ was found in her body. That means she is physically incapable of committing rape,” Pinki’s counsel Tuhin Roy said.Pinki was granted bail on a personal bond of Rs 5,000. “The women who had alleged that Pramanik had raped her, was in a live-in relationship with the athlete for nearly three years. It means the relationship was consensual by nature,” Roy said. Roy said that Pinki’s chromosome test report (karyotyping) determining her gender identity was not submitted before the court by the SSKM Hospital on Tuesday.
KATOWICE, Poland — The Latest on the U.N. climate talks in Poland (all times local):4:30 p.m.Attempts by developed nations at the U.N. climate talks in Poland to create watertight rules for international carbon emissions trading have prompted new, last-minute demands from Brazil.Officials say the closing meeting at the U.N. climate talks has been delayed until 6 p.m. (1700 GMT) Saturday, prompting a collective groan from delegates.Negotiators from almost 200 countries appeared close to clinching a deal Saturday on the rules that will govern the 2015 Paris climate accord, after two weeks of intense negotiations in Poland.The most recent draft agreement published by the Polish official chairing the meeting set out most of the terms under which countries must report their greenhouse gas emissions and efforts to cut them.Language on increasing efforts to curb climate change was postponed until a U.N. summit in New York in September.___9 a.m.A deal on the rules that govern the Paris climate accord appeared within grasp Saturday, as officials from almost 200 countries worked to bridge remaining differences after two weeks of U.N. talks in Poland.The 2015 Paris Agreement was a landmark moment in international diplomacy, bringing together governments with vastly different views to tackle the common threat of global warming. But while the accord set a headline target of keeping average global temperatures from rising by more than 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit) — or 1.5 C (2.7 F) if possible — much of the fine print was left unfinished.The meeting in Poland’s southern city of Katowice was meant to finalize how countries report their emissions of greenhouses gases — a key factor in man-made climate change — and the efforts they’re taking to reduce them. Poor countries also wanted assurances on financial support to help them cut emissions, adapt to inevitable changes such as sea level rise and pay for damage that’s already happened.n?The Associated Press
Ranchi: Three policemen were injured in a Maoist attack in Seraikela district of Jharkhand on Monday, police said. Members of the banned Left-wing extremist group detonated landmines and then fired indiscriminately on a police bus in Hudanga village. The police personnel were on their way to the Suru irrigation project and dam when the attack took place. The injured policemen were rushed to a Jamshedpur hospital.
Bordeaux- The Parliament is worried a new law concerning the right of association, thinking it restricts civil liberties in the country. During a press conference on Monday, Antonio Panzeri, head of a European Parliament delegation from the European Parliament called on Algeria to take further measures to improve civil liberties. “The authorities must do more to freedom of association, business associations and gender equality,” he declared, referring to a new law which, according to the opposition, limits the activities of associations. After the parliamentary elections of May 2012, a mission of 150 EU observers had criticized the election process, which was marked by “weaknesses” and “shortcomings”. Among other things, the observers had troubles accessing the National Electoral file that contains “sensitive” data, according to the Algerian authorities.“It is in the interest of Algeria that elections are free. The electoral register is a critical parameter. We want to settle this issue before the presidential election of April 2014”, he insisted. Algeria often faces accusations of fraud since the introduction of multiparty politics in 1989. During their stay, the MEPs said they discussed with representatives of civil society about trade union rights, the new law on associations and the issue of missing persons. Mr Panzeri referred in particular to the fate of thousands of persons who went missing during the civil war of the 1990s.According to official numbers, 200,000 individuals are still missing. “It is necessary that the Algerian authorities strongly commit to finding these people,” he said. The EP delegation also called for the revision of the law on associations, adopted in late 2011 by the Algerian Parliament.This law, passed in the context of political reforms by President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to prevent any contagion of the Arab Spring, banned Algerian associations from forming partnerships with foreign NGOs. It strengthens the state hegemony over civil society, according to opposition and human rights activists.This warning comes only days after Algeria accused Morocco of ignoring Human Rights in the Western Sahara, an allegation the Kingdom has condemned, saying Algiers is only trying to hide domestic tensions.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed