2014 sexual assault reported

first_imgA rape was reported to a University administrator March 22, according to the Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) crime log for March 23.The alleged rape occurred on an unknown date in 2014 in a Notre Dame residence hall, according to the crime log entry.The Jeanne Clery Act, originally known as the Campus Security Act, is the federal law that details how and what universities and colleges are required to disclose in terms of crime on campus, according to the Clery Center for Security on Campus. In accordance with this regulation, students did not receive an NDSP crime alert email detailing the allegations when they were reported to the University.Both the daily crime log kept by NDSP and the crime alert emails the Notre Dame community receives are the result of regulations in the Clery Act. The Clery Act requires universities and colleges to “issue timely warnings about Clery Act crimes which pose a serious or ongoing threat to students and employees.” These crimes fall into three major categories: criminal offenses, hate crimes and arrests and referrals for disciplinary action. Because the Clery Act does not dictate a timeframe or requirement for a “timely” warning, crimes that are reported a significant amount of time after they occur may not meet the timeliness standard. NDSP judges on a case-by-case basis whether or not the reported incident necessitates an alert based on its timeliness and whether or not the offender in question poses a threat to the community at large.Information about sexual assault prevention and resources for survivors of sexual assault are available online from NDSP and from the Committee for Sexual Assault Prevention (CSAP).Tags: Clery Act, NDSP, NDSP crime log, sexual assault, Title IXlast_img read more

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The catalog of holders of the standard “Holiday houses with a story” in Varaždin County was presented

first_imgThe Tourist Board of Varaždin County has provided free “Holiday homes with a story” for all holders of the standard.Varaždin brush“Which currently contains Varaždin pumpkin oil, gingerbread, honey, buckwheat flour mills, lavender and eco-cosmetics, and tourist brochures with all relevant information.  Also, it is important to emphasize that all the images of “Holiday house with a story” were made by a professional photographer, ie how it is a quality professional photography, which is imperative today and which should have long been the standard in tourism. The trilingual catalog of the Holiday Home with a story, in addition to numerous information about the facilities themselves, contains service information about Varaždin County, interesting facts, events and everything that you should visit and experience. This should be the basis of any destination, if you are serious about tourism.  Find out more about “Holiday Homes with a Story” HERE Don’t sell me accommodation, sell me a story – an authentic story  About 90 percent of tourists who come to “Holiday homes with a story” are Germans, Danes, Scandinavians, and on average stay a minimum of seven nights Photo: Varaždin County Tourist Board The director of the Varaždin County Tourist Board Miran Bojanić Morandini pointed out that in the project “Holiday houses with a story” the desire of the county tourist board to gather, help and support private landlords, owners of these facilities, mostly in rural Varaždin County, on the other hand to hear and get feedback from tourists and all this together to adjust and give a broader context of destination management. In any case, this is an excellent completed project, which only now needs to be promoted and branded with quality. The Tourist Board of Varaždin County has so far made the biggest step forward in branding accommodation in continental tourism, which is a positive example of the direction in which it should be developed and how to directly raise the quality of accommodation. After two rounds of strict certification, out of 60 holiday homes in Varaždin County, in this project, ending in 2019, a total of 34 buildings with 151 beds. “The trend that has been shown to us in the last two or three years and is experiencing exponential growth are precisely the rural parts of continental Croatia that have so far been completely hidden from the public and are a new trend in Western Europe. As many as 90 percent of tourists who come to these houses are Germans, Danes, Scandinavians and what is perhaps most interesting for home renters themselves is that their average stay is a minimum of seven nights, most of them for 10 days or two weeks. Almost everyone comes back or spreads that story by word of mouth, so I hope that this story will be imposed in this very demanding market. ” Morandini concluded. Those who deal with market development, those who are proactive, innovative, creative and those who do not whine and do not adhere to the status quo grow and develop. The market is the best regulator and benchmark, whether you play the game or not. While others whine, stagnate, ie fail because the competition goes forward and a bigger and bigger jazz is created between the successful and the less successful. EXCELLENT RURAL ACCOMMODATION BRANDING PROJECT Prefect of Varaždin County Radimir Čačić during the presentation of the catalog “Holiday houses with a story” said that this is the highest quality segment of a small offer of facilities with three to eight beds in the beautiful hills of Varaždin County. He emphasized that this is the highest level of offer, which includes jacuzzis, swimming pools, saunas, and everything that today’s highly demanding tourist is looking for. Yesterday, the unique catalog of the holder of the standard “Holiday houses with a story” in Varaždin County was officially presented to the public. Those who stagnate should definitely change their direction, starting with the people who lead or at least should lead the development of their destinations, because today in the 21st century where everything is available to us there is really no excuse for the status quo. It’s up to the people. The only question is whether we want growth and development or not. The rest are empty stories. It is about branding rural and indigenous accommodation, which aims to introduce domestic and foreign tourists with everything that Varaždin County offers and a new form of promotion of the county tourist project “Holiday homes with a story.” “This is a project we launched with the aim of raising the tourist offer of Varaždin County. This is a truly original, autochthonous story, initiated by the Varaždin County and the County Tourist Board with the idea that we present all the best from our county in holiday homes. For now, statistics show that most foreign tourists want to come to these houses. So, trends in tourism are changing a bit and it’s not all “sea, crowds, beaches, highway crowds” anymore. People are crowded all year round in big cities, in the subways, in traffic and they just want peace and quiet, and that’s what we offer them, in beautifully decorated facilities, with local food, with indigenous food, with our local indigenous events ” said Natalija Martinčević, chairwoman of the Varaždin County Tourist Board. “What we are especially pleased about is that today, after two years since the project was launched, we reach approximately 5 percent of the total capacity offered by the county with these exclusive facilities. We intend to raise this to at least 15 or 20 percent. These standard problems of Croatian tourism, which are often identified with the sea, with the Adriatic, are not present here in any way. ” said Cacic, explaining that continental and Adriatic tourism are two different things with different guests. last_img read more

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Update on the latest sports

first_imgJays acquire VogelbachTORONTO (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays have acquired struggling slugger Daniel Vogelbach from the Seattle Mariners for $100,000. The 27-year-old Vogelbach was a first time All-Star last season but was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Aug. 19 after hitting .094 with two home runs and four RBIs in 18 games this season. He had yet to play a game in the field this season at first base and was reduced to being a designated hitter.NHL-NEWSRed Wings sign F Robby Fabbri to $5.9 million, 2-year dealDETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings have signed forward Robby Fabbri to a $5.9 million, two-year contract. Detroit announced Monday it retained the restricted free agent. Francona to miss series against TwinsCLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona will miss the club’s three-game series against Minnesota this week while he continues to deal with health issues.Francona underwent another surgery on Friday to address a gastrointestinal condition that has bothered him for nearly a year. The 61-year-old Francona already has missed 17 games and the team will be without him as they take on the AL Central-leading Twins. They lead the Indians by 1 1/2 games going into Monday’s series opener.First base coach Sandy Alomar Jr. will continue to fill in for Francona.MLB-BLUE JAYS-VOGELBACH Middleton scored 18 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter and finished with 10 rebounds after being held to one field goal in the first three quarters on 1-of-9 shooting. Wesley Matthews added 12 points for the Bucks, who can close out the Magic on Wednesday.NFL-FALSE POSITIVESLab blames 77 false NFL COVID-19 positives on contaminationUNDATED (AP) —The lab used by the NFL for COVID-19 tests says an isolated contamination caused 77 “most likely false positive results.” Alabama is No. 3, Georgia is No. 4 and defending Big 12 champion Oklahoma is No. 5. Defending national champion LSU is No. 6. When the season starts, 53 teams will no longer be eligible for inclusion in the Top 25 because they have postponed their seasons. That includes all Big Ten and Pac-12 teams — including nine in the AP preseason poll. VIRUS OUTBREAK-DUKEDuke to open football season with no fansUNDATED (AP) — Duke will open its season for football and other fall sports with no fans at home games because of the coronavirus pandemic. Update on the latest sports In a statement, BioReference Laboratories says the test results on Saturday were contaminated during preparation at its lab in New Jersey. Eleven teams were affected, and the tests were reexamined and found to be false positives. The lab says all “individuals impacted have been confirmed negative and informed.”NFL-DOLPHINS-SPECTATORSMiami Dolphins to allow up to 13,000 fans at home opener, Ravens won’tMIAMI (AP) — The Miami Dolphins will allow up to 13,000 socially distancing fans to attend their home opener against Buffalo on Sept. 20. The decision divided political leaders and upset the Bills’ coach. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA-SCHEDULEMiddleton comes alive in 4th quarter; Bucks take 3-1 leadLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo (YAH’-nihs an-teh-toh-KOON’-poh) had 31 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists, Khris Middleton finally came alive with a big fourth quarter and the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Orlando Magic 121-106 to take a 3-1 lead in the first-round series. The same plan will be followed for the University of Miami’s home opener against UAB at the Dolphins’ stadium on Sept. 10. Crowd size will be about 20% of the stadium’s 65,326-seat capacity. Groups of spectators will be spaced 6 feet apart. At a news conference, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez applauded the Dolphins’ plan and safety upgrades.The Baltimore Ravens won’t have any fans at home games for the first part of the upcoming season because of the coronavirus pandemic. The team had outlined a plan to accommodate a crowd of 7,500, but decided against it “based on the recommendations of public health experts.” The team says in a statement that “for the time being, it is in the best interest of the general public and our organization that fans not attend games.” The Ravens say they will work with health officials about finding a way to eventually make the stadium safe for fans.MLB-METS RETURN Associated Press center_img Mets resume play TuesdayNEW YORK (AP) — The New York Mets will resume play Tuesday after no additional members tested positive for COVID-19 since the team learned of two infections that caused four games to be postponed last week. Major League Baseball says the Mets received all negative tests since two members tested positive last Thursday while in Miami. A doubleheader against the Miami Marlins is scheduled for Tuesday. The Mets will make up their weekend Subway Series against the crosstown Yankees with doubleheaders on Friday and Sunday at Yankee Stadium and a single game on Sept. 3 at Citi Field.MLB-INDIANS-FRANCONA August 24, 2020 The Red Wings acquired Fabbri early in the 2019-20 season from the St. Louis Blues and he scored twice in his debut with the team. Fabbri had 32 points in 61 games last season for the league-worst Red Wings. The Blues drafted him No. 21 overall in 2014 and he has has 46 career goals and 104 points. COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLLClemson tops preseason pollUNDATED (AP) — Clemson is No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason Top 25. Ohio State was a close No. 2 to Clemson, which starts atop the rankings for the second straight season. BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns rookie safety Grant Delpit was carted off the practice field with an apparent lower leg injury. It’s the latest Cleveland player to go down in what has been a tough training camp so far. A second-round pick from national champion LSU, Delpit was expected to start this season. The 6-foot-2, 213-pounder got hurt early in the workout. He was seen pounding the ground in frustration before being taken inside the team’s facility. The team had no immediate word on Delpit’s condition. Last week, Browns starting linebacker Mack Wilson sustained a serious knee injury and cornerback Kevin Johnson lacerated his liver when he was fallen on.In other NFL injury news: — The injury-riddled Denver Broncos will be without rookie inside linebacker Justin Strnad for the year after the fifth-round pick from Wake Forest underwent wrist surgery. The Broncos moved second-year pro Justin Hollins from outside linebacker to inside linebacker as a result. Coach Vic Fangio lamented the 11 players who were sidelined. Many of them are out with soft tissue injuries such as pulled hamstrings and strained calves. Fangio suggested the league’s ramp-up guidelines following a virtual offseason could have included more off days. Duke says traditional parking lots used by fans on gameday will be closed. The school will contact football fans who have purchased season or single-game tickets or have seating and suite contracts in Blue Devil Tower regarding potential options. The school will allow fans to purchase a fan cutout of a person or pet to be placed in seats for football games. The school will offer varied packages and stadium locations.NFL-BROWNS-DELPIT INJURYBrowns rookie safety Delpit carted off with practice injury VIRUS OUTBREAK-USAIN BOLTBolt quarantines as he awaits test resultUNDATED (AP) — Jamaican world record holder Usain Bolt says on social media he’s awaiting the result of a coronavirus test and is quarantining himself as a precaution. The 34-year-old retired sprinter, who won gold in the 100 and 200 meters at the last three Olympics, posted a video Monday on his official Instagram account to explain the situation. He says he did a test for COVID-19 on Saturday and because he works he is trying to be responsible and stay in isolation. Bolt, who retired after the worlds three years ago, added he has no symptoms. NHL-AVALANCHE-INJURIESAvalanche goalie Grubauer, D-man Johnson out indefinitelyUNDATED (AP) — Colorado Avalanche goaltender Philipp Grubauer and defenseman Erik Johnson are out indefinitely. Coach Jared Bednar delivered his team’s bad injury news hours before Game 2 of its second-round series against the Dallas Stars. Dallas leads the series 1-0. Grubauer appeared to pull something three minutes into the second period of Game 1 Saturday night and needed assistance to get off the ice. Pavel Francouz takes over as Colorado’s starting goaltender. Johnson left later in the period after a collision with Stars forward Blake Comeau. Bednar said Kevin Connauton would replace Johnson in the Avalanche lineup. Forward Matt Calvert is day to day with an undisclosed injury.,The Latest: Oosthuizen shoots 30 on front for 67last_img read more

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