What to expect out of on-campus life at UA

“In addition to having established new policies and procedures specific to COVID-19, we are also working hard to explore ways staff can build community and support their residents virtually,” Santander said. “Housing has been practicing elevated cleaning protocols for several months and these efforts will also continue. This includes cleaning high-traffic community areas and bathrooms […]

Going smarter and more sustainable: value proposition for urban development

With these two trends, people are always afraid of the unpredictable effects of climate change and challenges like natural resources running out. Recent statistics showed that urban areas account for about two-thirds of energy consumption and 70 per cent of emissions which cause global warming and climate change. This is the premise for the “smart […]

The evolution of Extinction Rebellion

XR was also criticised for tactical missteps. Early in the morning of 17 October, a number of protesters climbed on top of a tube train at Canning Town station in order to disrupt rush-hour services. Commuters reacted with anger, and scuffles broke out, with one protester being dragged from the roof of the train. The […]

Tribute to Isa Funtua: Adieu, Baba Sama

My inability to convince the late Baba in spite of the enormous pressure I mounted on him to author a biography is one of my greatest regrets. The present generation and generation yet unborn have lost an opportunity to have benefit from the numerous experiences and stories of political intrigues and calculations as Mallam Ismaila […]

Number of UK citizens emigrating to EU has risen by 30% since Brexit vote

They also considered Ireland and Italy, but Uschi got a job in Germany. Fear over Brexit was “the main factor”, she added. “Where we were wasn’t brilliant for work so we thought we would not be able to sustain ourselves and Andreas’s diagnosis was a big scare, so Brexit was the big push in the […]

UN chief outlines “bold steps” for education amid COVID-19 disruption

The UN chief also called for greater investment in education, as low- and middle-income countries had already faced an annual funding gap of 1.5 trillion U.S. dollars in schooling prior to the pandemic, saying “education budgets need to be protected and increased.”

Isaias downgraded over North Carolina as East Coast braces for flooding

Other related developments:spurs NYC to deploy temporary flood barriers, de Blasio says city ‘not taking any chances’warns East Coast residents to prepare for Hurricane Isaias: ‘Heed’ state and local authoritiesMinneapolis’ Mayor Jacob Frey accuses Gov. Tim Walz of dragging feet during early unrest following death of George FloydCLICK FOR MORE

LAPD Investigating Hate Crimes After Armenian-Azerbaijani Protest

“We stand with the Armenian community against violence,” he tweeted. “Azerbaijan must end its provocative and dangerous threats to strike Armenia’s civilian nuclear power plant, and must admit international monitors. Dialogue and diplomacy are the only paths to peace and safety for the region.

From Ma’am with love! The Queen, Kate Middleton and Prince William wish Meghan Markle happy birthday on Instagram as the Duchess turns 39 in LA days before release of bombshell biography

Meghan used to tip off the paparazzi when working as an actress in Canada, despite her later going on to claim she didn’t understand the ‘tabloid culture’.Meghan’s friends claimed she endured prejudice from the royal household, with a senior staff member overheard telling a colleague: ‘There’s just something about her I just don’t trust.’   Harry felt […]

Japan’s ninja arts hold key to survival, says Genichi Mitsuhashi, the first winner of graduate degree

He runs an inn in Iga, a small city traditionally known as the home of many ninjas, while teaching martial and ninja arts at his own dojo, offering aspirants a taste of a tradition some experts fear could die out entirely because of scarce talent.