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Warm welcome Tewolde welcomes friend Patricia Machado, who works in Currier House’s dining services. And a chat, too Always nice to chat with a resident. Yukkin’ it up Tewolde shares a laugh with residents Peter Davis ’12 (center) and Alexander Ramek ’12. Man in uniform Grounds keeper Currier House security guard Yohannes Tewolde patrols and protects. Man with a badge Everyone loves a man in uniform. Currier’s courier Lachlan Macintosh ’13 picks up a parcel from Tewolde. Friend to all Richard Maopolski ’13 shares a laugh with Tewolde. Friendly smiles Outside Currier House, Tewolde strolls by Suzanna Bobadilla ’13, who waits for the bus. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer Five staff photographers will offer close-ups of the interests, activities, and personalities inside five Harvard Houses in installments over the course of the academic year.Five nights a week, “Your Highness” sits behind the bell desk at Currier House in the Radcliffe Quad, the lord of all he surveys. Students sometimes bring him ice cream or other food offerings. When incoming Currier freshmen arrive for their spring visit, he is proudly sought out for introductions.Unlike the royalty the name suggests, he readily hops out of his chair to give bear hugs and hearty hellos and to retrieve packages sent from home. He has a thick photo album with hundreds of pictures of himself posed with Currier students. When his shift as a security guard ends at midnight, he heads downstairs to beat a student or two at Ping-Pong.Yohannes Tewolde long ago gave up trying to teach others to pronounce the nuances of his first name, and so is known simply as “Your Highness.” An Ethiopian native with master’s degrees in electrical engineering and divinity, Tewolde lives in Allston with his wife and two young children. He began working at Harvard in 2007.Last year, when asked to speak at a “Scholars Night,” he was surprised when the expected 20-30 students turned into an overflow audience of more than 100.He calls Nadejda Marques the “First Lady” because she and her husband, Jim Cavallaro, are the House masters. As for the students, he says, “I hope I’m making a difference in their lives, encouraging them if they’re down. I tell them they’re doing a good job, and I pray for them. Sometimes I tell them to take a nap and get some rest. They tell me I’m like a mom or a dad.”
Published on September 9, 2018 at 3:16 pm Contact Adam: [email protected] | @_adamhillman Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (2-3) lost its third-straight game in a four-set defeat to No. 25 Marquette (7-2), 3-1. SU freshman Polina Shemanova led the way with 20 kills. She now leads the Orange with 89 kills, more than double the amount of any other Syracuse player.In the opening set, Syracuse struggled near the net. SU had 13 kills, the same amount as Marquette, while attempting seven more attacks than the Golden Eagles. The Orange totaled six attacking errors and two service errors, as well.With the score tied at three early in the first set, Marquette won six of the next nine points. From that point on, Syracuse couldn’t scrape within two points of the Golden Eagles. Eventually, Marquette pulled away late, taking the first set 25-17.Up by one point late in the second set, Syracuse turned to its two star outside hitters. Behind the Russian duo of Shemanova and senior Mariia Levanova, the Orange won seven of the last nine points. The pair combined for ten kills in the second set, including three in the final five points. SU’s outside hitters dictated, tallying an attack percentage of .393, totaling 14 kills on 28 attempts. Syracuse won the second set 25-19.Syracuse continued its hot streak into the third set. The Orange opened up a 7-3 lead early behind three kills from Shemanova and two from senior Santita Ebangwese, but Marquette rebounded by winning five of seven points to tie the set back up at 11. From that point forward, neither team led by more than three points. After tying the score at 22, Marquette won two of the next three points and eventually won the fourth set 25-23.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe beginning of the fourth set was more of the same. The two teams split the first 18 points as neither led by more than two points. With the score tied at nine, Marquette knocked off 12 of 14 points to take a nine-point lead. The Golden Eagles cruised to a 25-15 fourth-set victory.After winning the first two games of its season, SU has now lost its last three. The Orange will travel to Ames, Iowa for the Iowa State tournament next weekend. Syracuse faces Wyoming on Friday, Sept. 14 at 4:30 p.m. Comments
The clubs has also been directed to identify and hand over to the Police for prosecution, its match security stewards who led the attack on match officials during the Match Day 18 fixture against Akwa United.The fine against Kano Pillars includes N250, 000 as compensation to Dr. Tunde Akinbinu, an associate member of the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) in addition to any certified medical bills arising from the attack on him by the club supporters after the Match-day 18 fixture against Akwa United.It also includes N1m compensation to Akwa United for assault on members of the team in addition to any other certified medical bills, a fine of N3million for conduct capable of bringing the game into disrepute and deduction of three points, the execution of which shall be suspended for a probationary period of the remainder of the season“For incidents on Match Day 15 in Shagamu including breaches of Rules C.1.1, B13.18 and B13.52 including harassment of match officials, access to restricted area by unauthorised persons and assault on Journalists by Remo Stars supporters, the LMC imposed a cumulative fine of N2.5m on Remo Stars and restriction of fans from attending three home matches of Remo Stars with the last two suspended.“For harassment of match officials in their hotel rooms by supporters of the club, Remo Stars was fined N500, 000, N1m for throwing of objects towards the field of play leading to delay of the match, N750, 000 for failing to ensure restriction of access to unauthorised persons to restricted area and compensation of N250, 000 for assault to sports journalists, Kelvin Ekerete,” observed the statement.A suspended three points deduction was also imposed on Remo Stars and which shall be enforced should similar incidents occur during their match for the remaining matches of the season. The club was also directed to organise an enlightenment program for their supporters and which shall be attended by an official of the LMC.For violations of Rule B13.23, C18.6, C18.14 and B13.21, Katsina United was fined a total of N2.5m which included N500, 000 as compensation to Enyimba International and a cost to be determined for repair of their damaged vehicle. The club is also to play the next three home matches behind closed doors two of which is suspended for a probationary period lasting the remainder of the season.Katsina United was also placed on a suspended sanction of three points’ deduction for probationary period lasting the rest of the season. The sanction against Katsina United arose from incidents at the end of Match Day 17 fixture against Enyimba International.Enyimba’s goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda was suspended for one match and fined N50, 000 for aggression towards a ball boy during their match against Katsina United. Dauda was charged for breaches of Rules C11 and C1 which included assault on a ball boy and acts capable of inciting others to commit violence during their match day 18 fixture against Katsina United.Rabiu Ali and Murtala Adamu of Kano Pillars were also sanctioned for threatening of the Referee and conducted themselves in a manner that was capable of inciting others to commit violence or misconduct which constituted a breach of Rule C1 and consequently suspended for one match.The clubs and players were given 48 hours to submit in writing to the decisions of the LMC or elect to appear before a commission and for which further sanctions would be imposed should their appeals not be upheld.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Duro IkhazuagbeThe League Management Company (LMC) descended heavily with varying sanction on Kano Pillars, Remo Stars, Katsina United, two players of the Kano club and a goalkeeper of Enyimba International.While reacting to the pockets of fans’ restiveness at some topflight weekend games in Kano and Katsina, LMC insisted yesterday that the sanctions were aimed at reassuring fans, players and coaches of their safety at league venues on match days.It said it will continue to enforce safety regulations and sanction every acts of violation to deter unruliness at match venues.Kano Pillars was cited for violations of Rules B13.18 and C1 and fined a total of N7.25m as well as other consequential fines and closure of stadium to fans until further notice.