Senior Lisa Yang, a resident of McGlinn Hall, died Tuesday at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, according to a Notre Dame press release.Yang was a student in the Mendoza College of Business and a native of Herndon, Virginia, in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.Yang was also a member of the Student International Business Council (SIBC), according to the SIBC website.“Our heartfelt condolences and prayers are with Lisa’s family and friends,” said an email sent to students and staff Tuesday evening from Vice President of Student Affairs Erin Hoffmann Harding, University President Fr. John Jenkins and Mendoza College of Business Dean Dr. Roger Huang.A memorial service will be held the week of March 16, according to the email. More details will follow.“Thank you for keeping Lisa, her family and all who loved her in your prayers during this significant time of remembrance and reflection for our Notre Dame community,” University President Fr. John Jenkins said in a statement.The University Counseling Center and Campus Ministry are both available for support for students, the email from Hoffmann Harding, Jenkins and Huang said.Tags: Lisa Yang
continue reading » Recently, I found myself in the market for a new hairstylist. After doing some homework, I landed on a salon with a great location and enticing service options.Being brave, I said, “Any stylist. First available Saturday appointment, please.” They quickly booked my appointment. Super!Haircut day arrives and I eagerly enter the salon, ready to meet my new stylist. She was friendly, greeted me by name and, best of all, acknowledged that I was new.Everything was going great. With my haircut underway, another employee came over to my stylist and began to complain about her client who had just left. Suddenly, the experience turned sour.This experience left me with a negative impression of not only these two stylists, but the entire salon.As I sat there listening to her describe annoyances with her previous client, I felt more and more awkward. My stylist had several opportunities to “flip the switch” and stop the negative rant in its tracks by reminding her she was with a client, but she didn’t. 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The Pilots’ Union announced that they were going on strike, due to failed negotiations with the Management of Croatia Airlines and workers gathered in the union of aircraft technicians, cabin crew and pilots. Thus, pilots, cabin crew and aircraft mechanics of Croatia Airlines are going on strike, which was announced at the end of June or the beginning of July.After a year and a half, we have exhausted all possibilities for any agreement because we do not have a serious interlocutor, the union points out, adding that years of wrong business decisions, stubborn refusal to accept facts and anyone’s well-intentioned proposals and criticism have led to a crisis. flight operations cannot work with their own personnel and aircraft.We believe that our colleagues from the management, unfortunately, no longer work within the framework of reasonable human behavior and Croatia Airlines has become a victim of a disastrous business policy. The best example is the still current situation with hundreds of canceled flights and hired foreign planes, which has caused us millions in damage. The conditions for industrial actions have been acquired as a last resort to point out to the owner the problems of the company. We will inform the public and our passengers about all events in time. We once again call on the Government of the Republic of Croatia to help Croatia Airlines while there is still time and to appoint the best management in the full term. ” conclude from the Union
The Munster back row was rewarded for a fine season, particularly for his adopted country, by winning the IRUPA Player of the Year award. Leinster’s Josh Van der Flier was named the Nevin Spence Young Player of the Year.Sene Naoupu was voted Womens Player of the Year.