Month: June 2021

Texas 5-star RB lands Ohio State scholarship offer

The Buckeyes have had plenty of success recruiting the prep football talent rich state of Texas, first under Urban Meyer and the last few years with Ryan Day in charge. In fact, when Day was an assistant coach on Meyer’s staff he personally recruited current Ohio State star wide receiver and landed his commitment for the Buckeyes.

As head coach Day has landed a commitment from the country’s No. 1 overall class of 2022 prospect, 5-star quarterback Quinn Ewers from Southlake (Texas) Southlake Carroll. Day also has a commitment from Austin (Texas) Lake Travis 5-star wide receiver

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Gamecock receiver Trey Adkins orders a scholarship, hold the anchovies | South Carolina

COLUMBIA — He didn’t bite.

“I had a lady one time, for a party or something, she ordered 10 pizzas. I wasn’t going to make her get it off the doorstep, so I put them inside and we started talking,” Trey Adkins said. “She asked if I went to school, that I looked like an athlete, and I said, ‘Yes, I play on the football team.’

“Turns out her granddaughter goes to (South Carolina) and she said, ‘I think you should come back in 30 minutes when she comes over, act like you forgot something.’”

Who gets a setup like

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Historians Rank Trump Among Worst Presidents in US History: C-SPAN

  • Historians ranked Donald Trump lower than any president in 150 years in a new C-SPAN survey. 
  • Trump landed at No. 41 overall out of 44 presidents. 
  • Barack Obama came in tenth, while Abraham Lincoln sat in the top spot. 
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Former President Donald Trump,  a former reality TV star who’s famously obsessed with ratings, is unlikely to appreciate C-SPAN’s new survey of presidential leadership. Historians who participated in the survey ranked Trump among the worst presidents the country has ever seen.

Out of 44 presidents reviewed for the survey by 142 historians and

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Jose Mourinho shares one thing he’s noticed about Jack Grealish’s body language

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Speaking to talkSPORT, Jose Mourinho has been full of praise for Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish, sharing one thing he’s noticed about his body language.

Grealish has been one of the most-discussed footballers in the country over the past fortnight or so, and now Mourinho has weighed in with his view on the Aston Villa man.

Mourinho is seemingly a Grealish advocate, he’s backed him to play for England, claiming that he doesn’t hide in the big moments and he’s always asking for the ball with his body language.

How England

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UK economy accelerates as tourism and hospitality emerge from lockdown | Economic recovery

The UK’s economic recovery accelerated in May as tourism and recreation firms reopened, but the delay in ending Covid-19 restrictions is putting hospitality firms at risk, research shows.

Eleven out of 14 UK sectors reported faster growth in output month on month in May, up from nine in April, according to the Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker, as the UK moved further out of lockdown.

The tracker found that the UK tourism and recreation sector recorded the sharpest rise in output growth as British hotels, pubs and restaurants benefited from pent-up consumer demand.

Firms took on more staff to handle

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Use Foreign Service Courses to Learn a New Language for Free

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There is no shortage of apps and online courses purporting to offer the best way to learn a new language. Whether you want to brush up on your high school Spanish or start fresh, you might turn to Duolingo (which has been accused of pillaging users’ personal data) or a paid option like Rosetta Stone or Coursera, but there’s another time-tested, totally free alternative: You can learn a new language like a U.S. foreign diplomat.

The Foreign Service Institute (FSI), which trains professionals to live abroad in service

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First National Bank Announces College Scholarships, Teacher Grants

June 19, 2021

Although Togo reports relatively low numbers of 13,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 125 deaths, the West African nation has upheld strict emergency sanitary measures since April last year.

A move that indirectly dealt a blow to its agriculture-dependent economy which relies heavily on cross-frontier trade.

Togo’s western and eastern borders are only 50 kilometres apart at its southern tip.

As the country’s borders still remain closed, business and exports, as usual, are blocked between several of its neighbours in the region — such as states like Ghana, Benin and Ivory Coast.

Burkina Faso, Ghana and Benin were among the top

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How the Dutch are facing up to their colonial past

“I think it’s important to point out that racism is not something that always existed,” says the Rijksmuseum’s head of history, Valika Smeulders. “Discrimination is universal, but to legalise it as a system that a certain group of people was meant to serve the other half of the world, that is something that was installed by colonialism, and at the end of colonialism that was reinforced through ‘scientific’ racist ideas. Racism was borne out of colonialism, not the other way round.”

Coming to terms with this history involves facing some uncomfortable truths for a nation that has long seen itself

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What Is My Love Language? 5-Minute Quiz

The five love languages are words of affirmation, physical touch, quality time, gifts, and acts of service, each of which represents a distinct way of expressing love. The love language theory, first developed by Gary Chapman, Ph.D., in the 1990s, posits that each person has a specific love language they prefer for giving and receiving love.

For example, one person may feel most appreciated when their partner says the words “I love you” (the words of affirmation love language), whereas another may feel most appreciated when their partner gives them a lot of affectionate touch like kisses and holding hands

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