Published: May 3, 2021 This week brings the UMC Zen Zone, free fitness classes at The Rec, the Give and Go Donation Drive, several career development workshops, a voluntourism session and more.Monday, May 3Breakfast for Dinner: Free Food for Finals 4–7 p.m. UMC, Alferd Packer Grill Are you stressed due to finals? Relax, take a break and re-energize with free breakfast! Sign up to receive a free breakfast burrito, and stop by the Alferd Packer Grill to pick it up. Remember to bring your Buff OneCard. Fuel for Finals May 3-4 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. VAC breezeway Fuel for finals by picking up free snacks and stay motivated with words of encouragement from CU Buff family members. Located outside of the Visual Arts Complex in the breezeway area.Volunteer for the Give and Go Donation Drive May 3–7 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Various locations Come help sort and bag donations from students who are moving out of the residence halls. Through the Give and Go Donation Drive, you can help capture as many usable items that are in good and working condition so they can be donated to local nonprofits. View and sign up for volunteer shifts.UMC Zen Zone Through May 14 UMC open hours UMC, first floor Take a break, relax or meditate in a comfy area to “zen out” while you prep for finals.Tuesday, May 4Free Finals Week: Free Fitness Classes Through May 5 Times vary Rec Center Come take a break from finals at The Rec. Participate in all sorts of free fitness classes, from bouldering to yoga and even skating! Register to reserve your spot at fitness classes, and don’t forget to bring your Buff OneCard.Wednesday, May 5How to Find an Internship 3 p.m. Virtual Learn the best tips and tricks on how to find an internship from Career Services. Get help with your résumé, learn how to describe your professional experience and more.Virtual Job Search Group for Alumni and New Grads Noon to 1 p.m. Virtual Did you recently graduate and are still looking for a job? Join other graduates and alumni to share job search tips, success stories and challenges. Learn about resources, best practices, employment trends and more from career coaches. Thursday, May 6How to Gain Experience and Build Skills without a Job 3–4 p.m. Virtual Are you looking for opportunities beyond traditional jobs and internships to build your résumé and skill set? Gaining experience isn’t all about internships and jobs. Learn about alternative experiences such as professional projects, freelance work, micro-internships, volunteering, job simulations, LinkedIn Learning, hackathons, entrepreneurship and more!Friday, May 7SKOServe: Voluntourism 2–3 p.m. Virtual What is voluntourism and who does it serve? What are the impacts of volunteers acting as tourists and tourists who volunteer? Join this session with the Volunteer Resource Center and gain a deeper understanding of voluntourism. Explore questions about its impact and develop skills for how to be effective if you choose to engage in voluntourism while traveling. Categories:Things to DoGetting InvolvedCampus Community Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail
L awyers who think they might be the target of a scam can also make a report to the Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov. The agency is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National White Collar Crime Center, and the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The bad guys are getting better.Con artists trying to rip off lawyers are turning to new schemes and using more sophisticated deceptions — including ways to make it more difficult to discover in time that a check sent to a lawyer is bogus.Scammers are also shifting from a business-debt collection scenario to divorce and family law setups to lure lawyers. Tallahassee attorney Bill Gwaltney had a recent example, although he was savvy enough to pick up that it was a con.Gwaltney said he was contacted via e-mail November 12 by a woman who claimed to be a Florida resident but was vacationing in England. The woman said she and her husband had agreed to a divorce and how their $20 to $30 million of assets would be split. (Gwaltney once practiced in Broward and Palm Beach counties, so the value of the assets didn’t seem out of line.)The woman said a U.S. company owed the couple money, and would forward a check to Gwaltney, who could deposit the $28,700 check in his trust account. The “client” instructed that $2,500 was to be sent to her via Western Union, and $20,000 wire trans-ferred to her travel agent in Chicago, with the remainder being his retainer.“These are all plausible things in a high-end situation,” Gwaltney said. “What these people actually did was send me a check from a legitimate company and a legitimate account.”It also arrived via UPS when promised. The client continued to follow up with e-mails and eventually phone calls.Gwaltney said he had seen other Internet scams, but none quite as polished as this one. His suspicions were raised, though, by a number of issues.“Really the thing that tipped me off significantly was the reluctance to answer questions,” he said, including such things as where the divorce was to be filed and other information. He conceded, though, that many people have an understandable reluctance to put too much personal information in e-mails.Gwaltney checked the address from which the check was mailed and found it was real, as was the “client’s” address in England. But the address of the travel agent didn’t check out.The scheme collapsed when he contacted both Wachovia Bank, where the account in question was, and the company, located in New Jersey. This investigation verified that while the company and the account were real, the check wasn’t.Furthermore, Gwaltney said the company was actively investigating several other cases where, in effect, its identity had been stolen as part of similar Internet scams. He said the company hadn’t lost any money but was concerned that scammers were using its name, and had spent $1 million in the past year running down various schemes.Ironically, after Gwaltney had confirmed the scam, the “client” phoned to inquire about the money transfers. (Gwaltney has caller ID, but the phone number showed as private. From the quality of the call, he suspects the scammer was using a voice over an Internet protocol phone system, routed through a regular telephone, which makes the call all but untraceable.) He did not let on that he knew of the fraud, as the bank and company were still working to identify the scammers.“If they had taken five minutes to do some fact-checking and put some facts in their e-mail, I would have never been suspicious,” Gwaltney said. “It’s something other Bar members need to know about.. . . If they’re doing it to me, they’re doing it to someone else.”That opinion seems a safe bet. The Clallum County (Washington) Bar Association recently warned its members about a similar scam. Lawyers received an e-mail, supposedly from a woman claiming to be currently working in Japan and asking for help in collecting a $300,000 out-of-court divorce settlement. The association noted that one lawyer had apparently lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in the scams.Earlier this year, the California Bar Journal reported that lawyers in that state had lost between $75,000 and $2 million in various scams, according to bankers. The Journal also reported on several interesting wrinkles in the scam.One involves scammers sometimes pretending to be a real lawyer by sending out an e-mail using a real attorney’s name. This scam usually is done in the context of referring a “client” to the recipient attorney, typically for a debt collection matter. The Journal recounted how one woman, whose identity had been used in such a scam, was able to track down the sender and get a Web site used in the con taken down, but only after dozens of lawyers in other states had been sent e-mails using her name.Another refinement involves cashier’s checks, apparently from well-known banks. Scammers obtain the special magnetic inks used on such checks and alter the nine-digit number identifying the bank. The check is printed under one bank’s name, but the number will identify another bank. The alteration holds up the processing of the check for several days.That scam, in turn, can take advantage of the way some banks handle clearing checks. Banks typically know the time it takes such a check to clear and may advise a lawyer that the funds are “available” without specifically verifying that the check has or has not cleared and, in fact, while the check is being processed and hasn’t been identified as fraudulent because of the altered numbers.Banks also have a habit of making funds from a check available for good customers before the checks have actually cleared. Also, a check clearing isn’t a one-step process. Often a check will clear the lawyer’s bank, but the bank on which it was drawn has additional time, and the fraud won’t be detected for several days. Experts advise lawyers to absolutely make sure that the check has cleared before funds are disbursed from a trust account.The State Bar of Michigan, in warning its members about the scams, gave this advice:“If you suspect you have encountered a similar situation, two steps that may be helpful are: a) independently verifying the names and contact information provided to you, making contact with appropriate persons to verify the representation; and b) not disbursing the deposited funds until the bank on which the cashier’s check is drawn clears the check; in some cases it is possible that could take up to a week or more, but if you keep a copy of the check, you could call the bank on which it is drawn to see if they will advise you when it will be or was paid.” Dec 15, 2009 Gary Blankenship Senior Editor Regular News Swindlers hit lawyers with sophisticated schemes
Oct 16, 2020 (St. Lucia News Online) Prime Minister Allen Chastanet announced Wednesday that temporary income support will be provided to contributors and non-contributors of the National Insurance Corporation (NIC) and a monthly allowance for persons who lost their jobs due to COVID-19. Starting April 1, 2020, Prime Minister Chastanet said NIC contributors will receive a monthly payment of between $500 and $1,500, relative to their salaries, for three months “in the first instance”. CARPHA Partners with, PAHO to Ensure Caribbean States’… To be eligible, persons had to have paid contributions to the fund for at least one month prior to February 2020, became unemployed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and must not have been in receipt of other benefits from the NIC, Chastanet said. CMO says Saint Lucia at critical stage of COVID-19 outbreak He made the disclosure during an address to the nation which detailed phase one of the Saint Lucia government’s ‘Social Stabilization Programme — a response to the impact of COVID-19 on Saint Lucia. Six Eastern Caribbean countries deemed safe for travel – CDC Oct 16, 2020 More at St Lucia News Online Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Related Posts The NIC allowance is estimated to cost between $33 million and $80 million over a three-month period, depending on the number of eligible persons, the prime minister said. Oct 16, 2020 Saint Lucia police to enforce COVID-19 laws, three CARICOM countries record deathsStory via CMC – The Saint Lucia government Monday warned that the police would adopt a zero tolerance approach to enforcing protocols aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) that have been linked to deaths in Guyana, the Bahamas and Belize over the past 24 hours. Prime Minister…October 13, 2020In “General”St. Lucia Government unveils multi-million dollar economic recovery planThe St. Lucia government has unveiled an EC$579.3 million (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) Economic Recovery and Resilience Plan as the island deals with the impact of the coronavirus (COCVID-19) that affected 22 people and brought about a shutdown of the local economy. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, who is also the…July 14, 2020In “General”St. Lucia – Government to outline new recovery plan post COVID-19CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Jul 8, CMC – The St. Lucia government Wednesday said it would present an economic recovery and resilience plan for the island on Sunday. In a statement, the government said that Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said that the plan was part of his administration’s structured and long…July 9, 2020In “General”Share this on WhatsApp
What makes a New York bagel so good? The water. What if you could replicate the taste of a New York bagel with only a few drops of TapDrops, created by Daniel Starr-Tambor?The 1996 East Hampton High School graduate launched TapDrops at New York City’s Javits Center during this summer’s Fancy Food Show. “We didn’t know what to expect going in, but the response to TapDrops was very positive and overwhelming,” Starr-Tambor said.“TapDrops combines traditional culinary culture with modern molecular gastronomy to reproduce the concentrated ionic profiles of regional waters from around the world,” he explained. “When added to purified water, TapDrops replicates the ionic profiles of regional waters from around the world, introducing a new level of flavor. This is the future of national cuisine,” he continued, adding, “this supplement will allow you to stay at home and eat pasta, and with just a few drops make it taste like pasta from Italy.”He shared his story about when he moved to Vermont, and then Hurricane Irene hit and he lost everything. He said, “The community came together to provide us with clothing, bedding, and shelter in an empty old house, across from which was the village inn.”Inside that inn was an espresso machine that reminded Starr-Tambor of a family vacation to Rome, before they moved to the Green Mountain State.“We spent a lot of time under café awnings, sipping espresso, waiting for the rain to clear — and every moment of it was magnificent,” he said.That’s where the TapDrops idea came into play. He wondered why Italian coffee was so much better than the American, and it occurred to him that it was because of the water.“During that time in Vermont, I had become obsessed with patterns, and TapDrops was one of the projects to emerge from that obsession,” he said. “I think the conflicting desire for escape and familiarity is what led to a real ‘a-ha’ moment, from which TapDrops was born.”The obstacles that Starr-Tambor faced were the things that made him look forward, he said, and now he has created a supplement where your food can taste like its origins.“Immediately it became a staple of our kitchen. We didn’t have much for cooking and baking, but we had the right water!” he said. “Soon we were sharing it with friends and family, and I found myself keeping up with requests for refills.”Starr-Tambor added that TapDrops uplifts people’s spirits and brings a smile to one’s face. That’s what the end goal for the company is. Ensuring that everyone is happy because “that’s what it’s all about.”“They say that playing Tetris reduces PTSD. Tinkering with TapDrops worked for me.”With this new product now in the works, TapDrops is being produced out of Hope & Main in Rhode Island. Some of the cities’ waters replicated include New York City, Rome, Paris, London, Tokyo, and Vienna.For more information, visit www.tapdrops.com.. Share
Jalur LRT Jabodebek Kuningan -Dukuh Atas (detik.com) Pekerjaan pembangunan jalur Light Rapid Transit (LRT) yang menghubungkan Jakarta, Bogor, Depok Bekasi (Jabodebek) masih terus berjalan. Namun lintasan yang menghubungkan kawasan Kuningan menuju kawasan Dukuh Atas saat ini pengerjaannya masih tertahan di Jalan H.R Rasuna Said Kuningan.Baca juga: Sambut Asian Games 2018, LRT Jakarta Siap Beroperasi 10 Agustus MendatangDari pantauan yang dilakukan KabarPenumpang.com beberapa hari lalu, sudah mulai terlihat pengerjaan. Apalagi bisa dikatakan lintasan Kuningan menuju Dukuh Atas merupakan yang paling baru dalam umur pengerjaannya. Adapun pengerjaan yang ada adalah sebagian bentangan panjang jalur LRT di Jalan Rasuna Said sudah terpasang dan sebagian lainnya masih dalam tahap pembangunan pondasi dan pengamanan pengerjaan. Sebab pengerjaan lintasan Kuningan-Dukuh Atas sendiri berada tepat di tengah jalur jalan Rasuna Said.Meski progres terlihat, namun masih tertahan dikarenakan belum selesainya penetapan lokasi untuk jalur yang dilalui dari Setiabudi sampai ke Dukuh Atas.“Sinkronisasi trase di Setiabudi sampai ke Dukuh Atas yang masih belum selesai sehingga belum bisa kita lakukan konstruksinya,” ujar Direktur Operasi II Adhi Karya Pundjung Setya Brata yang diutip KabarPenumpang.com dari detik.com, Selasa (17/7/2018).Brata mengatakan, penetapan lokasi masih belum rampung karena tertahan penentuan posisi lokasi stasiun yang ada di DUkuh Atas. Ini seperti yang diketahui bahwa Dukuh Atas sendiri akan menjadi pusat dari segala transportasi massal yang ada di Jakarta nantinya seperti MRT, KRL, TransJakarta, LRT baik Jakarta maupun Jabodebek sendiri.“Apakah di sisi utara atau selatan. Ada dua alternatif yang masih perlu disepakati oleh pihak Kemenhub sama Pemprov DKI,” ujarnya.Baca juga: Viral Suzuki Jimny Nongkrong di Atas Rel LRT Sumatera Selatan. Ada Apa?Bila penetapan lokasi yang akan dikeluarkan oleh Peprov DKI Jakarta sudah diputuskan, maka pihak Adhi Karya akan langsung melanjutkan pekerjaan menuju Dukuh Atas. Progres pekerjaan jalur LRT Jabodebek lintasan Kuningan-Dukuh Atas sendiri saat ini baru mencapai 25,6 persen. Sementara untuk lintasan secara total progresnya 41 persen.Selain kemacetan, salah satu dampak dari pembangunan jalur LRT juga terlihat dengan dibangunnya halte TransJakarta baru yang diakibatkan oleh jalan yang menyempit.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedDilengkapi 17 Stasiun, LRT Jabodebek Siap Mengular di 202113/07/2019In “Darat”LRT Jabodebek Siap Uji Coba, Bagaimana Tarif, Headway dan Kapasitas Keretanya?17/10/2019In “Darat”Pembebasan Lahan Tuntas, LRT Jabodebek dan Kereta Cepat Jakarta-Bandung Mengular 202113/12/2019In “Darat”
Professional football in England will remain suspended until 30 April at the earliest as the scourge of coronavirus continues unabated.The Premier League, English Football League and Football Association have, however, committed to concluding the 2019/2020 season after they amended current rules which stipulated that the current season must end on 1 June.With the rule change, the Football Association say the current season can be “extended indefinitely”.The English Premier League, EFL, Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship, and all fixtures in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, are currently postponed.The Premier League had hoped to resume on 4 April with the EFL scheduled to restart a day earlier.A joint statement issued by the FA, Premier League and EFL expressed “a commitment to finding ways of resuming the 2019-20 season” and completing all domestic and European matches “as soon as it is safe and possible to do so”.An FA statement read: ”The FA, Premier League, EFL and women’s professional game, together with the PFA and LMA, understand we are in unprecedented times and our thoughts are with everyone affected by COVID-19.”We’re united in our commitment to finding ways of resuming the 2019-20 football season and ensuring all domestic and European club league and cup matches are played as soon as it is safe and possible to do so.”We’ve collectively supported UEFA in postponing EURO 2020 to create space in the calendar to ensure domestic and European club league and cup matches have an increased opportunity to be played and, in doing so, maintain the integrity of each competition.The FA’s Rules and Regulations state that “the season shall terminate not later than the 1 June” and “each competition shall, within the limit laid down by The FA, determine the length of its own playing season”.”However, our Board has agreed for this limit to be extended indefinitely for the 2019-20 season in relation to professional football. Additionally, we’ve collectively agreed that the professional game in England will be further postponed until no earlier than Thursday 30 April.”The progress of COVID-19 remains unclear and we can reassure everyone the health and welfare of players, staff and supporters are our priority.”We will continue to follow Government advice and work collaboratively to keep the situation under review and explore all options available to find ways of resuming the season when the conditions allow.”We would all like to re-emphasise that our thoughts are with everyone affected by COVID-19.”The extension of the postponement raises questions about the viability of ending the season on 30 June as agreed by UEFA after a meeting on Tuesday.European football governing body postponed Euro 2020 by one year to open up a window for domestic leagues to conclude in June.RelatedBREAKING: English Premier League Called Off Amid Coronavirus PandemicMarch 13, 2020In “England”Premier League Keen To Introduce Winter Break Before 2022February 6, 2018In “England”Winter Break Finally Introduced To The Premier League CalendarJune 8, 2018In “England”
NFL moves Chargers-Steelers, Rams-Bears into prime time Kicker Cody Parkey missed both of his field goal attempts — one at 41 yards that hit the right upright and the other a 34 yarder on the ensuing play that also bounced off the same upright — and 2-of-4 extra points. So, Parkey will take some extra practice kicks at Solider Field on Wednesday.“I guess just check all the boxes you can, right?,” Parkey said, via the Chicago Tribune. “I mean, it can’t hurt. Honestly, just check all my boxes, do everything I possibly can to make kicks. I do that every single week, and this is just adding a little extra something to that.” Related News “This is my fifth season doing this — I’ve had highs, I’ve had lows,” he said. “So, unfortunately, it comes with the territory sometimes. I don’t get down on myself, I know I’m a great kicker. I’m just going to go out there Sunday and try my best.” Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky is on a record-breaking pace Parkey, who is playing his first season in Chicago after spending time in Miami, Cleveland, and Philadelphia, will likely make the 35-mile trip from the team’s practice facility to the downtown stadium Thursday, as well, the Tribune reported.“We’re going to always do whatever we need to do to make things as good as possible for any player on this team, whatever that is,” coach Matt Nagy said. “If that’s catching extra passes after practice with the Jugs machine or him going down to Soldier Field and those guys practicing, we’ll do that. It’s important to try to make the element of the game as real as possible.”Parkey is 13-of-18 this season and has made 53 of his 57 extra-point attempts. But, despite his prior success, his performance Sunday was the butt of some jokes, including a mention in Jimmy Fallon’s late night monologue. The Bears are doing everything they can to make sure they are at the top of their game come Sunday when Chicago welcomes the Vikings. The NFC North matchup between the division’s two top teams was flexed into prime time, and even though the hosting Bears are entering the contest off a 34-22 win over the Lions, there is still plenty for the team to improve on, including their special teams.
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For more information, and/or to register, go to the Nelson Minor Hockey website. Now that the hockey season is winding down, it’s time for parents and players to prepare for next season as Nelson Minor Hockey has opened up the registration lines for applications for the 2016-17 campaign.Players wanting to play Rep Hockey should note the deadline for registration is May 31, 2016. This allows executive members and coaches to plan for tournaments and games for the upcoming season.House players have until uly 31, 2016 to sign up for the upcoming season.
NUI Galway 4-12 Trinity College 1-07 NUIG are through to the next round of the Sigerson cup where they will face St. Mary’s next Tuesday. The maroon and white started off with a flier with a goal from Sean Kelly coming in the opening minute. His goal was matched by Adam Gallagher who hit the back of the net from the penalty spot after Stephen Conroy’s shot on goal had been foot-blocked. Gallagher added a free and a point from play alongside his spot kick and when Michael Daly struck the ball over the bar, it was 2-3 to no score. Trinity eventually got off the mark through Bryan McGee with James Guinness and Dylan Brady following suit to give the Dublin outfit three points without reply. Adam Gallagher was having yet another outstanding game for the college and set up midfielder Enda Tierney for a point before grabbing another one of his own. Dylan Brady responded with a well taken point for Trinity but just on the stroke of half time, Michael Daly curled over a beauty to leave it 2-6 to 0-4 at the break.NUIG showed their continued dominance from the get-go. Tierney collected the restarting ball before feeding Adam Gallagher who assisted Damien Comer in his only point of the day. Stephen Conroy nailed over another for NUIG soon after and with ten points between the teams in the 40th minute, the tie was all but finished. Ruairi Greene was unlucky not to grab himself a goal after his bullet of a shot was saved by Trinity ‘Keeper Liam Brady. Trinity had a goal chance of their own minutes later but Guinness’ shot was saved on the line by Stephen Brennan. It was only a matter of time before more goals did come. Adam Gallagher and Stephen Conroy combined well for the Maroon and White before squaring the ball to substitute Colm Kelly who fisted into the net. James Guinness rattled the net for Trinity from the restart with a fine taken goal but it was cancelled out soon after. Peter Cooke drove in a high ball towards Comer who broke it down for Matt McClean who had the easy task of slotting the ball home. Three Trinity points closed the show but they were comprehensively beaten by a strong NUIG team who march on to the next round.Speaking after the game, NUIG manager Maurice Sheridan had his focus firmly on the next round but was worried about the injury that Michael Daly picked up towards the end.“It was a bit of an impact on his leg. We don’t know what it is yet but we hope he is okay, because he is a fine player.” “We are reasonably happy to be honest. The lads played well enough but still it wasn’t a great performance either from our perspective,” “There were a lot of unforced errors. The wind made it hard for both teams but a win is a win. We are on the road now, we have to go to Belfast next Tuesday and that’s going to be a hard one”.NUI GALWAY: Adam Gallagher 1-4 (1-0pen, 0-2f), Sean Kelly 1-2, Matt McClean 1-1, Colm Kelly 1-0, Michael Daly 0-2, Enda Tierney, Damien Comer and Stephen Conroy 0-1 eachTRINITY: James Guinness 1-1, Dylan Brady 0-3, Cian O’ Donoghue, Ross McCullagh and Bryan McGee 0-1 eachNUI GALWAY: Tadgh O’ Malley (Galway), Stephen Brennan (Mayo), Eoin O’ Donoghue (Mayo), Aaron O’Connor (Kerry), Sean Kelly (Galway), Kevin McDonnell (c) (Sligo), Luke Byrne (Galway), Enda Tierney (Galway), Peter Cooke (Galway), Stephen Conroy (Mayo), Michael Daly (Galway), Adam Gallagher (Mayo), Ruairi Greene (Galway), Damien Comer (Galway), Owen Gallagher (Antrim)Subs: Colm Kelly ((Donegal) McDonnell H/T) Gerry O’ Kelly-Lynch ((Sligo) O’Connor H/T) Matt McClean ((Donegal) O. Gallagher 45’) Ryan Forde ((Galway) Daly 52’) Kevin Finn ((Roscommon) A. Gallagher 56’) Christian Bonner ((Donegal) Comer 56’)TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN: Liam Brady, Jack Bell, KeelanBeirne, Matthew Shorthall, Daniel Quinn, Tadhg McGahern, James Guinness, Paul Kelly (Morgan Walsh 47’), David Boothman, Stephen Ward (James Cox 45’), Conor O’Driscoll (Simon Owens H/T), Cian O’Donoghue, Ross McCullagh, Bryan McGee, Dylan BradyRef: Marty Duffy (Sligo)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Darragh Berry at Dangan, NUIG