09
Jul 14

Contest gems brush up on Brussels

Previous week, a bunch of 4 lucky East Renfrewshire students jetted off to Brussels, Belgium, having got the scope in a Europe wide essay writing contest. Abigail Catterson and Rebekah Johnstone, from the Eastwood High, and Eva Stewart and Cameron Kerr, from St Luke’s, were invited to European Parliament on a 2 day tour, where they met their fellow contest winners from schools around the European continent.
The four students participated in a several activities to know more regarding the role of young people in the European continent, before taking meals, meeting elected representatives as well as going on a tour of the political capital of Europe.
Abigail and Rebekah were appointed by the SNP MSP Stewart Maxwell, via his role as the vice president of EA group in Committee of the Regions. He congratulated the youngsters, and said The Extra that this contest is a huge scope to learn regarding European politics as well as to see 1st hand the work which is being undertaken in Brussels, Belgium. He stated that each of these students did a great job as ambassadors for East Ren as well as for Scotland.
Tony Buchanan, East Ren councilor, who is also a committee member, nominated St Luke’s students Eva and Cameron. He stated that it was a pleasure to meet with East Ren’s winners, with forty students as well as teachers from schools throughout Europe. He has never failed to be impressed by the endeavor and enthusiasm reflected by young people from their schools, and he is very happy that each of them has made the most of this wonderful scope.

Previous week, a bunch of 4 lucky East Renfrewshire students jetted off to Brussels, Belgium, having got the scope in a Europe wide essay writing contest. Abigail Catterson and Rebekah Johnstone, from the Eastwood High, and Eva Stewart and Cameron Kerr, from St Luke’s, were invited to European Parliament on a 2 day tour, where they met their fellow contest winners from schools around the European continent.

The four students participated in a several activities to know more regarding the role of young people in the European continent, before taking meals, meeting elected representatives as well as going on a tour of the political capital of Europe.

Abigail and Rebekah were appointed by the SNP MSP Stewart Maxwell, via his role as the vice president of EA group in Committee of the Regions. He congratulated the youngsters, and said The Extra that this contest is a huge scope to learn regarding European politics as well as to see 1st hand the work which is being undertaken in Brussels, Belgium. He stated that each of these students did a great job as ambassadors for East Ren as well as for Scotland.

Tony Buchanan, East Ren councilor, who is also a committee member, nominated St Luke’s students Eva and Cameron. He stated that it was a pleasure to meet with East Ren’s winners, with forty students as well as teachers from schools throughout Europe. He has never failed to be impressed by the endeavor and enthusiasm reflected by young people from their schools, and he is very happy that each of them has made the most of this wonderful scope.


29
Jun 14

ESPN College Football Live+!! Dartmouth Big Green vs Cornell Big Red Live Streaming

Movie Rating: / five


20
Jun 14

Turkish Airlines starts nonstop flight service from Logan to Istanbul

Turkish Airlines, which has been voted as the best airline in Europe for the 3rd consecutive year, carries on its worldwide expansion by starting a brand new gateway at the Logan International Airport in Boston in Massachusetts. This builds on Turkish Airlines repute as one of the fastest developing airlines, flying to now two hundred and forty nine destinations across the world, in more nations than any other airline. Now, the airline carrier operates 6 destinations in the United States  Chicago, Houston, New York, Los Angeles; Washington DC and Boston.
For the very first time, the people of Boston would be able to get into Turkish Airlines Airbus A330 as well as A340 aircrafts to experience the airlines award winning amenities and gourmet cuisine, as they journey to Istanbul, Turkey and beyond in class and comfort. The Boston service would begin with 5 flights each week – on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. After 9th June, 2014, the Boston flights to Istanbul would go up to daily frequency.
Turkish Airlines Chief Investment and Technology Officer Ahmet Bolat told that they are thrilled to launch their newest United States gateway in a city that is as culturally diverse and rich as Boston. The location fortifies Turkish Airlines positioning as a top global airline connecting people around the world through our magnificent hub, Istanbul.
The launch event that took place at Boston Logan International Airports Terminal E, drew together a series of top executives that includes Ahmet Bolat, Turkish Airlines Chief Investment and Technology Officer, Nihat Zeybekci, Turkeys Minister of Economy; Thomas P. Glynn of Massachusetts Port Authoritys chief executive officer and as well as top tier media members, to commemorate the inaugural flight arrival of Turkish Airlines from Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul. The program featured a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Turkish Airlines, which has been voted as the best airline in Europe for the 3rd consecutive year, carries on its worldwide expansion by starting a brand new gateway at the Logan International Airport in Boston in Massachusetts. This builds on Turkish Airlines repute as one of the fastest developing airlines, flying to now two hundred and forty nine destinations across the world, in more nations than any other airline. Now, the airline carrier operates 6 destinations in the United States  Chicago, Houston, New York, Los Angeles; Washington DC and Boston.

For the very first time, the people of Boston would be able to get into Turkish Airlines Airbus A330 as well as A340 aircrafts to experience the airlines award winning amenities and gourmet cuisine, as they journey to Istanbul, Turkey and beyond in class and comfort. The Boston service would begin with 5 flights each week – on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. After 9th June, 2014, the Boston flights to Istanbul would go up to daily frequency.

Turkish Airlines Chief Investment and Technology Officer Ahmet Bolat told that they are thrilled to launch their newest United States gateway in a city that is as culturally diverse and rich as Boston. The location fortifies Turkish Airlines positioning as a top global airline connecting people around the world through our magnificent hub, Istanbul.

The launch event that took place at Boston Logan International Airports Terminal E, drew together a series of top executives that includes Ahmet Bolat, Turkish Airlines Chief Investment and Technology Officer, Nihat Zeybekci, Turkeys Minister of Economy; Thomas P. Glynn of Massachusetts Port Authoritys chief executive officer and as well as top tier media members, to commemorate the inaugural flight arrival of Turkish Airlines from Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul. The program featured a ribbon cutting ceremony.


31
May 14

Olympic Torch – Dartmouth

Video clip Score: / 5


03
May 14

00036 broadsands to goodrington observation car dartmouth steam railway

Video Score: / 5


05
Apr 14

Building fire Woods Dr. No.Dartmouth Ma part 2

Video clip Rating: 5 / five


01
Apr 14

Harry Potter themed class enjoys their travel to England

Harry Potter was selected as the theme of an undergraduate psychology class taught by 2 Vanderbilt professors in Oxford in England over the spring break, from 1st March to 9th March. The Harry Potter: Child Development and Children’s Literature was guided by associate professor of psychology Georgene Troseth and lecturer in education Emily Pendergrass, at the Vanderbilt Peabody College of education and human development. 24 students from the college took part in the class.

The trip to United Kingdom took the students to London, Cambridge and Oxford, where the students visited the Harry Potter movies’ film sets and locations. They also took part in various discussions and lectures which delved into J.K. Rowling’s iconic character’s lore as well as other classic children’s literature character.

Georgene Troseth stated that developmental psychology books often invent a fictional child as an example to follow through development. Therefore, their starting point is the orphaned Harry Potter, a resilient child who overcomes poor rearing conditions to thrive. She added that children in adversity who have charming personalities and talent tend to draw adult mentors who foster positive development that is certainly true of the fictional Harry.

In London, the students stopped by the well known site of the now famous platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station. They also went to the Warner Bros. Studios in London where the students went to the Diagon Alley, the Gryffindor Common Room and the Great Hall.