Monthly archives: March, 2017

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic welcomes more help from goalposts

West Ham’s Slaven Bilic says he’s not worried about keeping his job after a run of three defeats in a row. Slaven Bilic would welcome another man-of-the-match performance from the post if it meant West Ham beat Hull again. Mischievous Hammers fans voted the woodwork the star of the show after it denied Hull three …

Aurora Capital Alliance Welcomed As Newest Peloton Global Elite Member

Aurora’s proprietary software and planning concepts put the firm at the leading edge of the industry. (PRWEB) March 31, 2017 Aurora Capital Alliance specializes in the implementation of life insurance premium financing programs for banking institutions, insurance carriers, insurance marketing organizations, brokerage general agencies and independent advisors. Their innovative strategy focuses on funding life …

China outlaws elephant ivory trade but worries remain over black market

Animal rights activists are praising China’s announcement that it will ban the sale and trade of ivory by the end of 2017, but the news has also raised concerns that it will drive a much-maligned business further onto the black market. Beijing officials said that by the time stores close on Friday almost half the …

Watch the Works of Liz Lerman, Winner of 2017 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award

Photo Credit Matt Roth for The New York Times Liz Lerman, a didactic choreographer who has devoted her career to community engagement through dance, is this year’s recipient of the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award. The $25,000 prize will be presented at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, which runs from June 21 through Aug. 27 in …

Lewis and Clark assistant sociology professor pays it forward

GODFREY – L&C Assistant Sociology Professor Jen Cline has a passion for teaching and helping students achieve their educational and life goals. Cline was a first-generation college student and remembers the impact her teachers and advisors had on her when she started junior college. “I never considered myself an academic, and I didn’t like school,” …