As hundreds of newly admitted students for the freshman class of 2014 flood USC this week for one of several orientations held throughout the summer, they won’t be bringing their brand new USCards to a big white tent.Working on it · Construction still cases the campus center and much of Trousdale Parkway, though the campus center has seen a fair bit of traffic since it opened its doors in June. Many prospective students availed themselves of the two available restaurants in the food court this week, as another orientation session brought many admitted students to campus. – Dieuwertje Kast | Summer TrojaRonald Tutor Campus Center opened two of its restaurants this week for business — Wahoo’s Fish Taco, moving from its previous location at Café 84, and Carl’s Jr., which operated out of The Lot up until the tent’s closure last month. Also slated to open its counters later this week is Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.The rest of the nine restaurants and cafes that will be operating out of the campus center will also open for business in the next two months, with training periods for its staff beginning up to two weeks before.California Pizza Kitchen, Panda Express and Seeds Marketplace will begin accepting student business in July; August will bring newcomers Lemonade and Moreton Fig officially to campus, as well as reintroduce USC’s 23-year-old bar, Traditions, into the student perview.Though construction still lines Trousdale Parkway, Trojan Hospitality began the process of moving student organizations and commercial outlets June 1. The campus center will also house the offices of the Alumni Center, Graduate and Professional Student Senate, the SCheduling Office, Admission Center, Undergraduate Student Government, KSCR radio station and Program Board, among others.
Hearts of Oak board member Frank Nelson has defended the controversial comments by his team’s coach after the 4-0 drubbing in Tunisia on Sunday.North African giants Esperance tore the Phobians apart, leading Herbert Addo to claim Hearts were now learning to be professional while he felt their opponents were already there.The Caf Confederation Cup first leg game has made the Ghanaian side’s hopes of going into the money zone even more arduous.”Herbert Addo was giving a judgmental statement based on what he saw in Tunis,” said Nelson on Joy FM’s Monday show Sports Track.Some fans have been angered by the comments and have slammed the coach for speaking carelessly.But Nelson wants perspective as he believes Addo did not mean to slight the Phobian setup: “I think Hearts of Oak is a big club and may edge Esperance in terms of historical statistics, but I think North African clubs have understood football better than West African Clubs in terms of development.” “So when Herbert Addo is talking about Esperance being professional and we trying to be professional, there is nothing wrong with it,” he said.The return leg is in three weeks at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Accra-based side will require a miracle to oust Esperance with either a 5-0 win or more.–
The Jamie Toner Memorial U12 Gaelic Football tournament was held in Termon on Sat 12th April, and featured both A and Shield Teams from Termon, St Eunans, Steelstown and St Marys, Sligo.Termon were victors over St Eunans in the A Final, with the Letterkenny Shield team winning out in their section. The presentations by members of the Toner Family.A great day was had by all and Jamie and his family were in the thoughts of all involved.Photos by Patrick Murray GREAT DAY HAD BY ALL AT JAMIE TONER MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT was last modified: April 13th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalJamie Toner Memorial TournamentTermon