Ambling through the grounds of Berlin’s defunct Tempelhof airport late last summer, the architect Diébédo Francis Kéré looked out across the sweeping landscape. Best known for his innovative, off-grid structures in his home country, Burkina Faso, he has yet to build in Berlin despite 20 years in practice. As the plane lifted off from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso’s capital, Kéré saw his country from above for the first time. Eventually he began to live with a local family, working to earn his keep. “I had to carry water, early in the morning, before school,” Kéré recalls.
A third, less obvious but also important, factor that can obscure the Ascension is certain modern biblical scholarship. The entirety of the paschal mystery of Jesus culminating with his ascension into heaven makes this possible. This mystery of our salvation and sanctification in Jesus Christ is at the heart of the life, mission, and identity of the Church. Jesus Christ, the one priest of the new and eternal Covenant, “entered, not into a sanctuary made by human hands. The Ascension of Jesus reveals both the union of heaven and earth in the Incarnate person of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
LANSING, Mich. (WLUC) - Michigan families have the chance to win future tuition money for their children. The Michigan Education Trust (MET) has been assisting families with tuition for 35 years. To celebrate, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday that the MET will be giving away $1.5M in scholarships. 100 children will win $15,000 each that can be used for future tuition and mandatory fees at community colleges, universities, or trade schools. Join MET, save money, and empower our best to become our brightest as well,” said Whitmer.
Jennifer Acuna-Lara is the Halifax County Schools recipient of the Ethel W. Crawley Memorial Education Fund Scholarship, which entitles the student to a full four-year ride covering tuition, room, board, school fees and books. Acuna-Lara is a graduating senior at Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy and plans to attend East Carolina University to major in nursing. She will be a first-generation college student who said her parents instilled in her the value of a good education at a young age. "I will be making my parents proud by being the first in my family to attend college,” the student said. Crawley died April 11,1998, and was a lifelong resident of Littleton, teaching music for 28 years at Littleton High School.
BYU kicks off its season against USF in 100 daysBYU kicks off its 2022 season against USF in 100 days. In celebration of today's offseason milestone, here are 100 facts about the 2022 BYU football roster.
The website is a source for information on all scholarships offered in Bermuda and is used by students to research and apply for educational funding. “All organisations providing one or more post-secondary scholarships are invited to complete a 15-minute survey that will gather data on scholarships currently available, including for certification, undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and vocational studies. We plan to share a high-level report with all stakeholders, once the data is collected.”“The survey has been emailed to known scholarship providers and the project leaders are hopeful to collect data from as many as 100 organisations. “The survey is for all scholarship providers who offer any form of post-secondary education funding options for Bermudians, and is open until Monday, May 30th and can be accessed here. “Meanwhile, Centennial will undertake an in-depth strategic assessment of its own scholarships this year, reviewing its processes and how its scholarships fit within those of the wider community across Bermuda.
For the Everson’s newest Trustee, Bishop Dr. H. Bernard Alex, the Everson is one of those places. As a child, Bernard had an insider’s view of the museum, exploring every inch of the I.M. Gus Alex and Everson team installing a sculpture at the Everson Museum of Art. I’ve sung at concert halls all over, and it all started in the Everson auditorium.”Gus’s career with the Everson had other lasting impacts. Bishop Dr. H. Bernard Alex cooking at the Victory Temple Fellowship Church's community feeding program.
Lily Hilgenfeld - Remington High SchoolAcademic Honors & Awards: 4.0 Honor Roll, all four years, National Honor Society, three years, Class President, all four years, Student Body President, senior year, 2022 Governor’s scholar, NSHSS scholar, Wayne Willis Scholarship Recipient, First in my class, all four years, Valedictorian, Science Student of the year, three yearsHigh School Involvement: Volleyball, Basketball, Track and Field, Debate & Forensics, Student Council, National Honor Society, Drama, Honor Choir, Art, and YAACLPayton Steadman, Ashlyn Luna, Lily Hilgenfeld, Allison WaldtFavorite Food: RiceFavorite Movie: About TimeFavorite Singer/Group: Rascal FlattsDream Job: Veterinarian for the National Park ServiceFun Fact about Yourself: I never burpCollege & Major: Newman University, BiologyFuture Plans: I plan to play volleyball at Newman and when I graduate, I will apply to vet school. In the future I hope to be a veterinarian for the National Park Service. Copyright 2022 KWCH. All rights reserved.
Sentry Tournament of Champions. More than a dozen Maui nonprofit organizations benefitted from the 2022 Sentry Tournament of Champions, which surpassed $600,000 in yearly generated funds. Sentry Insurance Chief Marketing and Brand Officer Stephanie Smith, joined by Sentry Tournament of Champions officials, nonprofit representatives, and volunteers, announced that $642,490 was distributed to local community organizations during a reception hosted at Kapalua Golf-The Bay Course at Taverna Italian Eatery. “This charitable impact donation is a celebration of all the groups that we work with in the community and demonstrates what makes the Sentry Tournament of Champions so special,” said Alex Urban, 2022 Executive Director of the Sentry Tournament of Champions. When fully implemented, the program will award 12 scholarships annually to local students.
“These are the areas that the provost and I will focus on over the next five years,” Schill said. Schill said the academic and research priorities stem from established initiatives identified by the provost and faculty members over the last several years. They include the environment, data science, faculty diversity, bioengineering and applied science, sport and wellness, innovation and entrepreneurship, children’s behavioral health, and global studies and languages. The student success and experience priorities are focused on enhancing scholarships and financial aid through PathwayOregon, diversity scholarships and basic needs support. “So we need to essentially suffuse each of these objectives with those principles.”Additional information about the university priorities and strategic framework are available on the Office of the President website.