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Qualified Ulster will still be motivated to win, insists Dan McFarland

Belfast Telegraph 18 Jan 2022
Those in charge of the finances at Kingspan Stadium may not feel the same ... As of course would a semi-final played at the Aviva Stadium, although home country advantage in the last four is only on offer to the sides who top the pools and it is hard to envisage Racing 92 slipping up at home against Northampton.
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Schenectady Council to discuss rescue plan funds

The Daily Gazette 18 Jan 2022
The council’s Finance Committee is also expected to vote on a measure to enter into a contract with the engineering firm Saratoga Associates and Aquattica, a pool design firm based in Voorheesville, to “evaluate and design a new pool complex” that would relocate the Central Park pool to an area near the vacant tennis stadium using ARPA funding.
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Commentary: The big college ripoff

The Sun Chronicle 18 Jan 2022
When you buy a product that doesn’t match its description, what do you do? The logical thing to do is return the product and get your money back. But some things are hard to get a refund for. College tuition is one of them ... Auxiliary enterprises are nonacademic staff and services such as dormitories, dining halls, football stadiums and swimming pools.
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Commentary: College students aren’t getting the education they paid for. Where’s the reimbursement?

Johnson City Press 18 Jan 2022
When you buy a product that doesn’t match its description, what do you do? The logical thing to do is return the product and get your money back. But some things are hard to get a refund for. College tuition is one of them ... Auxiliary enterprises are nonacademic staff and services such as dormitories, dining halls, football stadiums and swimming pools.
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College students aren’t getting the education they paid for

Kingsport Times-News 18 Jan 2022
When you buy a product that doesn’t match its description, what do you do? The logical thing to do is return the product and get your money back. But some things are hard to get a refund for. College tuition is one of them ... Auxiliary enterprises are nonacademic staff and services such as dormitories, dining halls, football stadiums and swimming pools.
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During the pandemic, college students aren’t getting the education they paid for

Bangor Daily News 18 Jan 2022
The BDN Opinion section operates independently and does not set newsroom policies or contribute to reporting or editing articles elsewhere in the newspaper or on bangordailynews.com ... He wrote this for the Chicago Tribune ... Auxiliary enterprises are nonacademic staff and services such as dormitories, dining halls, football stadiums and swimming pools.
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Champions Cup state of play: Munster and Ulster through, Connacht and Leinster should join them next week

Irish Independent 17 Jan 2022
Dan McFarland’s side are second in Pool A after yesterday’s bonus point win in Northampton, but welcome Clermont to the Kingspan Stadium on Saturday knowing that Leinster will be ready to avail of any slip-up.Third in Pool B after Friday’s last-gasp ...
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Young guns are on fire as Ulster book a knock-out slot

Belfast Telegraph 17 Jan 2022
Since McFarland took the helm in 2018, away day victories in this competition have come with real regularity, six in all through the pool stages ... While there are implications to finishing in the top four of the pool rather than the top eight, nobody in Kingspan Stadium will likely sweat too much over the seeding.
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College students not getting education they paid for

The Telegraph - Alton 17 Jan 2022
When you buy a product that doesn’t match its description, what do you do? The logical thing to do is return the product and get your money back. But some things are hard to get a refund for. College tuition is one of them ... Auxiliary enterprises are nonacademic staff and services such as dormitories, dining halls, football stadiums and swimming pools.
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Heineken Champions Cup state of play: Munster and Ulster through to Round of 16 and Connacht and Leinster should join them next week

Irish Independent 16 Jan 2022
Dan McFarland’s side are second in Pool A after yesterday’s bonus point win in Northampton, but welcome Clermont to the Kingspan Stadium on Saturday knowing that Leinster will be ready to avail of any slip-up.Third in Pool B after Friday’s last-gasp ...
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Cameroon Begins Mass COVID-19 Tests to Encourage Football Turnout

Voa News 16 Jan 2022
Cameroon launched a massive campaign Sunday for fans to be tested and vaccinated against COVID-19 to fill stadiums in the ongoing Africa Football Cup of Nations the country is hosting ... This is the deafening noise of vuvuzelas from thousands of football fans outside Yaoundé's 42,000-seat Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium.
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Jharkhand extends Covid-19 curbs till January 31 amid spike in cases- Check guidelines here

DNA India 16 Jan 2022
The government of Jharkhand, due to this, has decided to extend the Covid-19 curbs in the state till January 31 ... As per the Jharkhand Covid-19 guidelines, the parks swimming pools, gymnasiums, zoos, places of tourist interest, stadiums, and educational institutions in the state shall remain closed till January 31 ... .
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Covid-19 scare: Jharkhand extends ongoing Covid restrictions till January 31. See details

Live Mint 16 Jan 2022
MORE FROM THIS SECTIONSee All. Premium Premium Russia, Japan issue tsunami warnings following Tonga's ... Premium Premium Tsunami alert in US West Coast, Alaska, Hawaii as volca ... Additionally, parks, swimming pools, gymnasiums, zoos, places of tourist interest, stadiums and educational institutions shall remain closed till January 31 ... .
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Covid-19: Jharkhand extends curbs till January 31

The Telegraph India 16 Jan 2022
State chief secretary Sukhdev Singh, in a notification on Saturday evening, directed that all educational institutions, stadiums, sports centres, parks, gymnasiums, tourist places, zoo and swimming pools would continue to remain closed till further orders. Advertisement ... All government and private institutions will work with 50 per cent capacity ... .
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Amid rising Covid-19 cases, Jharkhand, Bengal extend restrictions while Maharashtra resists | Top Points

India TV 15 Jan 2022
While the West�Bengal and Jharkhand governments on Saturday extended lockdowns in the respective states due to a surge in Covid cases, Maharashtra Deputy CM said�that the state will not put any further restrictions ... Parks, swimming pools, gymnasiums, zoos, places of tourist interest, and�stadiums�shall remain closed till January 31 ... ....
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