7 of the Best Summer Jobs for a Teenager

May 26, 2022

Photo: Andriy Blokhin (Shutterstock) From age thirteen until I went off to college, I held a myriad of different jobs. I worked as a Little League umpire, a bus boy, a grocery store cashier, a summer camp counselor, a lawn mower, and a focus group participant. The pay for these jobs varied widely, as did the emotional and physical toll they took. While I think it’s important for teenagers to work to get a sense of both the responsibility it requires and the taste of financia ...read more

Duke's Wendell Moore Jr. declares for NBA draft - Reuters

May 22, 2022

Apr 1, 2022; New Orleans, LA, USA; Duke Blue Devils forward Wendell Moore Jr. (0) talks to media during a press conference before the 2022 NCAA men's basketball tournament Final Four semifinals at Caesars Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Wevers-USA TODAY Sports Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com April 22 - Duke's Wendell Moore Jr., the Julius Erving Award winner as college basketball's best small forward, declared for the NBA draft on Thursday. The 6-foot-5 junior pr ...read more

VPD arrest leads to charges against alleged Langara exposer - vpd.ca

May 18, 2022

Vancouver – A Vancouver Police investigation has led to the arrest of a man who allegedly committed an indecent act at Langara College last month. VPD patrol officers spotted the suspect walking near Main Street and Terminal Avenue Sunday afternoon and took him into custody without incident. Christopher Ram, 35, has now been charged with one count of indecent act in relation to a March 27 incident. At the time of his arrest, Ram was wanted BC wide for two unrelated indecent acts. Last week ...read more

Atlanta HBCU Morris Brown College has accreditation restored after 20 years

May 16, 2022

The historically Black college in Atlanta received its full accreditation after losing it 20 years ago, according to a news release from the school. "Many thought that this feat was impossible, but due to our strong faith in God, our hardworking and wonderful faculty and staff, the support of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, our dedicated alumni, and our resilient spirit, we were able to achieve full accreditation," college President Kevin James said in a statement. "This was truly ...read more

The Church of England promised to tackle racial injustice. Why is it defending a slave trader’s memory? | Sonita Alleyne

May 14, 2022

Show caption ‘From a moral point of view, Tobias Rustat’s activities helped finance slave factories along the African coast.’ The memorial in Jesus College chapel. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Opinion At Jesus College, our student body is more diverse than ever – a memorial to Tobias Rustat has no place in our chapel Thu 14 Apr 2022 13.36 BST I believe we are, in Britain, on a continual walk towards a fairer society. Each new generation questions where fairness lies for ...read more

Suspended B.C. doctor on speaking tour warns parents about vaccinating kids - CANOE

May 10, 2022

Dr. Stephen Malthouse of Denman Island was ordered temporarily suspended by the college last month over his COVID statements Publishing date: Apr 10, 2022  •  April 10, 2022  •  2 minute read  •  52 Comments A trio of dissenting doctors is touring B.C. to argue parents should consider the risks of vaccination before giving the COVID-19 shot to their kids. Photo by TOBIAS SCHWARZ /AFP via Getty Images A doctor suspended by the College of Physicians and ...read more

Maple Leafs sign Hobey Baker-winning G Dryden McKay - Reuters

May 7, 2022

Apr 9, 2022; Boston, MA, USA;Minnesota State goaltender Dryden McKay (29) during the second period of the 2022 Frozen Four college ice hockey national championship game against Denver at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com April 26 - Goaltender Dryden McKay, the reigning Hobey Baker Award winner as the top player in college hockey, signed a two-year contract on Monday with the Toronto Maple Leafs' AHL affiliat ...read more

End-of-term celebrations muted as RMC students mourn four killed in incident - CTV News Ottawa

May 5, 2022

The celebratory sounds of the school year ending have been hushed by tragedy at Canada's Royal Military College as students and staff mourn the loss of four of their own on Saturday. Officer cadets Jack Hogarth, Andrei Honciu, Broden Murphy and Andres Salek, all poised to graduate, died early Friday morning when their vehicle plunged into the lake that surrounds the campus in Kingston, Ont. Students had to push on with the final day of Saturday with the incident hanging over their heads, but ...read more