moe. Dusts Off Allman Brothers Cover At The Sinclair [Photos]

first_imgmoe. is currently in the midst of their spring tour, delivering their rock heavy jams all over the country. Last night, they played their second night at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA, rocking through mostly originals and an exciting cover of “One Way Out” by the Allman Brothers Band. The band hadn’t played the ABB tune since January 1, 2015.Check out the full gallery below, courtesy of Dave DeCrescente.Setlist: moe. | The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA | 4/06/17 I: Crab Eyes > Threw It All Away > Crab Eyes > The Ghost Of Ralph’s Mom, Runaway Overlude, The Road > head. > The Road, Wind It UpII: White Lightening Turpentine >(nh) Cornflake Girl, Cathedral, Yodelittle > Don’t Fuck With Flo > Siver SunEnc: Kyle’s Song, One Way Out#{# LTP > 1/11/15} Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Dean Angle

first_img Angle has held several national agricultural leadership positions, including chair of the Board on Agricultural Assembly of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. He has served as acting executive director of the Northeast Research Association, which promotes regional cooperation in agricultural research, and also has been chair of both the national and Northeast Regional Organizations of Experiment Station Directors. He has authored or co-authored some 300 scientific papers, reports, book chapters and other publications, has been a Fulbright Scholar and is a fellow of the American Society of Agronomy and the Soil Science Society of America. Angle will step down from his role at UGA on Sept. 18. UGA President Jere W. Morehead and Provost Pamela Whitten will announce the appointment of an interim dean in the coming weeks as well as a national search for the next permanent academic leader to propel the college to new heights. J. Scott Angle, who has served as dean and director of the University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences for the past decade, has announced that he will step down from his position to lead a global organization that works to alleviate hunger. Angle oversaw a period of significant growth in the college’s instruction, research and outreach. The number of students enrolled in the college grew by nearly 30 percent over the past decade, and 175,000 youths from across the state are enrolled in 4-H programs. To increase access to agricultural education in Georgia, the college began offering degree programs at the UGA-Griffin campus and expanded its programs on the Tifton campus. “Dr. Angle is an extraordinary scholar and an exemplary leader who has helped make our College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences one of the nation’s best,” Whitten said. “His legacy is to seamlessly integrate instruction, research and outreach for the benefit of people across our state and around the world.” Angle recruited several nationally and internationally recognized researchers to help broaden the scope and impact of the college’s research. He also strengthened the links between the college’s research and Cooperative Extension units to ensure that farmers and other stakeholders in each of Georgia’s 159 counties have access to the latest, evidence-based information. As president and CEO of the International Fertilizer Development Center, Angle will oversee an organization that has been active in nearly 100 countries and is focused on increasing food security and agricultural productivity through the development and transfer of effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise. “While I am sad to leave my friends and colleagues at UGA during a time when (the college) is on such a strong trajectory, I am called for one more grand adventure in my life,” Angle said. “Assuming the role of CEO and president of the International Fertilizer Development Center will allow me to combine my disciplinary training in soil science with my passion for Africa to help farmers around the world improve soil fertility and sustainability. I am very proud of all that the university and college have achieved over the past 10 years.” “Over the past decade, Dean Angle has provided outstanding leadership to the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences,” Morehead said. “He has been one of the strongest champions of UGA’s land-grant mission, working tirelessly to connect the vast resources of the college to the challenges and opportunities faced by the agriculture industry across the state. We are grateful for his many years of dedicated service and wish him well in this new endeavor.”last_img read more

Women’s soccer aims to remain undefeated this weekend

first_imgFreshman forward Penelope Hocking has contributed 3 goals so far this season. (Emily Smith | Daily Trojan)The No. 4 USC women’s soccer team is looking to add two wins to its undefeated season as it returns home this weekend to play University of Missouri and University of San Diego.Missouri is coming off a tough loss in its second straight overtime home game, falling 1-0 to TCU this past Sunday. Freshman Maddie Warren’s goal in the 95th minute helped the Horned Frogs defend their undefeated title. The majority of the game was a back-and-forth affair, with both teams offering strong defense and offensive attacks. Out of three shots on goal that evening, Tigers goalie Kelsey Dossey had five saves, only letting in Warren’s overtime shot. Mizzou has never beaten USC, going 0-2 in all-time play, which could be good news for the Trojans. However, the Tigers are coming off of a three-game losing streak and are looking to secure a win this weekend. They have a strong defense that has forced four of their five games into overtime, giving Dossey 16 saves this season. The Trojans will also take on University of San Diego, who last played at home against Utah Valley with a 4-1 win. The Toreros had a tough first half, struggling to find the net, but still managed to lead in shots on goal and corners. Their offense started to click in the second half with freshman Madison Louder back kicking off the 4-goal streak with a penalty kick rebound. The Toreros have an all-time record of 6-11-2 against the Trojans. In the last matchup between the two teams, the Toreros fell to the Trojans in a 3-1 loss. The last time the Toreros beat the Trojans was in 2012, and the last time they beat a top-10 team was against Pepperdine in 2014. Senior forward Summer Mason and sophomore midfielder Milan Moses have been the most dangerous up top, with Moses leading the team with two goals and five points. Mason is ranked first in the WCC in shots and shots per game, so the Trojans will need to work together to defend their goal. In its last game against No. 22 University of Florida, USC brought home a 3-0 win. Headed into the 66th minute of the game with no score, senior Leah Pruitt netted an unassisted goal, putting the Women of Troy in the lead. Freshman Penelope Hocking and sophomore Savannah DeMelo also had goals in the 80th and 82nd minutes, respectively, bringing the Trojans’ goal count to 3. All three players who scored combined  for a total of 9 out of 15 goals this season with three goals each. The Trojans only allowed five shots all night, giving up no shots on goal to maintain their record of 1 opposing goal this season. The Trojans are looking strong heading into this weekend having outscored opponents 15-1 this season, the best goal differential in last five years of the program. But defense also forced another shutout in Sunday’s game. “That’s the way you win at the highest level,” head coach Keidane McAlpine said. “You’ve got to be able to defend and we’ve got a group that is gelling and starting to figure things out.”The Trojans will face off against the Tigers at 3 p.m. Friday and the Toreros at 1 p.m. Sunday, both on McAlister Field. Non-conference play will be over for the Trojans after their senior day game against Long Beach State on the following Friday.last_img read more

Four club teams head to national final

first_img10 May 2017 Four club teams head to national final Golfers from Sussex, Hampshire and Wiltshire are heading to the national finals of the England Club Team Championship. The four teams, each of two men and two women, won through a regional qualifier at Worthing Golf Club, Sussex, and now go forward to England Golf Week at Woodhall Spa in August. They’ll play off against qualifiers from three other regional events as they bid to be crowned national champions. The final will be a feature of Golf Week, staged by England Golf to create a national showcase for a host of handicap and team championships. The successful four are: Worthing Golf Club, Sussex, represented by Clare Weller, Denise Moore, David Moore and George Mero. They scored 91 points, helped by Clare who had two gross eagles. Hamptworth Golf & Country Club, Wiltshire, represented by Barbara Bruce, Terry Bruce, Susan Jacobs and John Jacobs, with 86 points. Cuckfield Golf Centre, Sussex, represented by Andy Holden, Hsien Power, Paweena Promkot and Jim Blyth, with 84 points. Sandford Springs Golf Club, Hampshire, represented by Richard Taylor, Jeanette Lesbirel, Jonathan Bonner and Beverley Sillince with 83 points. Click here for full scoreslast_img read more

Parupalli Kashyap victorious over Jorgensen in Korea Open quarterfinals!

first_imgAdvertisement bqqfNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsmv0iWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eb377ex( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 71x61Would you ever consider trying this?😱m4vCan your students do this? 🌚3tvRoller skating! Powered by Firework Parupalli Kashyap was victorious over Jorgensen in Korea Open quarter finals by a margin of 24-22; 21-8 on Thursday. Now he will face the World no 1 Kento Momota in the semifinal of the tournament.Advertisement The match between Parupalli Kashyap and Jorgensen was highly interesting in the first set. At the beginning of the match, Jorgensen took a lead of 3 points. At one point of time, Jorgensen was leading by a margin of 11-8. However, Parupalli Kashyap came back into the match brilliantly and made the scoreline 12-12. The set was well in balance. However, Kashyap took the set with keeping his nerves stronger than his opponent at the end. The first set ended with a scoreline of 24-22 in favour of Kashyap.Advertisement In the second set, Jorgensen was not able to give the same fight. Maybe he was very upset after the narrow defeat in the first set. On the other hand, Kashyap came into the second set with more confidence. He destroyed his opponent Jorgensen in the second set of the match by a margin of 21-8. Kashyap is the last hope left for India in this tournament and he will certainly wish to put up a great performance in the semifinal against World number one.US Open 2019: Sumit Nagal puts up a commendable performance against Roger FedererAdvertisement Advertisementlast_img read more