Observer elects next Editor-in-Chief for upcoming term

first_imgThe Observer General Board elected current News Editor Courtney Becker as Editor-in-Chief for the 2018-2019 term Saturday.Becker, a junior living in Pasquerilla West Hall, is currently pursuing a major in Film, Television and Theatre (FTT) with a minor in journalism, ethics and democracy (JED).“Courtney has been one of the most talented reporters at The Observer over the last three years, and she has shown herself to be an excellent leader as News Editor this year,” outgoing Editor-in-Chief Ben Padanilam said. “Her commitment to and passion for The Observer is unparalleled, and I am excited to see what she will accomplish next year.”A New York City native, Becker has led the News department since March 2017. Throughout her time in the News department, Becker has written extensively about the University’s various expansion projects and how national politics affect the political climate on campus.“I am so excited and honored to lead The Observer for the next year,” Becker said. “The Observer has taken plenty of great strides forward since I joined it during my freshman year, and I have learned so much from the people with whom I’ve worked. I hope to continue that progress from this year’s Editorial Board moving forward, and I am looking forward to covering the issues that affect campus in new ways.”Becker will begin her term as Editor-in-Chief on March 4.Tags: Editor-in-Chieflast_img read more

ARC Mechanical Contractors acquires Montshire Mechanical

first_imgARC Mechanical Contractors,ARC Mechanical Contractors of Bradford, Vermont, announced today the acquisition of Montshire Mechanical Services Inc in Lebanon, NH. For 20 years Montshire Mechanical has provided refrigeration and air-conditioning service to the Upper Valley. After years of dedicated hard work, owners Skip Spaulding and Joe Lukash are ready to slow down and enjoy the fruits of their labor. They are confident that ARC will continue their commitment to quality refrigeration and air conditioning service.ARC Mechanical Contractors, located in Lebanon, New Hampshire and Bradford, Vermont, has provided quality heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) service and sales to the Upper Valley for over 60 years. Not only can ARC service the equipment previously handled by Montshire Mechanical, ARC can service and install plumbing, mechanical piping, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, ductwork, and control systems.ARC offers design/build services for new construction or renovation, as well as 24/7 emergency service. With 70 employees, including service technicians, installers, gas fitters, electricians, plumbers, project foremen and supervisors, ARC has the manpower and expertise for large projects and the flexibility for small ones. ARC also has 3 LEED Accredited Professionals on staff.ARC s goal is to keep our customer s HVAC-R equipment in peak condition, maximizing efficiency, while making the most of the customer s budget. ARC s service manager, Jody Perkins, has over 17 years HVAC-R experience and holds three NATE certifications. ARC s technicians are extensively-trained to provide the highest level of service and maintenance. In fact, more than 50% of ARC s service technicians are certified by the North American Technician Excellence, Inc. – a non-profit, independent certification program for technicians in HVAC-R. About ARC Mechanical ContractorsIn business since 1947, ARC Mechanical Contractors provides plumbing, mechanical piping, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, refrigeration, ductwork, and controls for commercial, residential, institutional, industrial and municipal buildings/facilities. We also install geothermal, solar thermal and hybrid heating and cooling systems. Many examples of our work may be found throughout Vermont and New Hampshire, including Dartmouth College s Alumni Gym and Whittemore Hall, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Woodstock Inn, Cottage Hospital, and the Edgar May Health & Recreation Center. Source: ARC. 1.28.2010last_img read more

PREMIUMGovt to install solar panels on roofs of 800 public buildings this year

first_imgLinkedin Topics : Facebook The government plans to install rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on at least 800 public buildings across the country this year as it steps up its renewable energy push to lessen reliance on fossil fuels.The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has allocated Rp 175 billion (US$12.76 million) to install the solar PV panels on, among others, boarding schools, clinics, orphanages, government offices and police stations in 17 provinces. All of the buildings are owned by regional administrations, which are to cover the panels’ maintenance costs.“We need to show these administrations that solar panels are worth it,” the program’s head, Puspa Dewi, who is also the energy ministry’s renewables infrastructure director, said in Jakarta on Wednesday.She said the allocated funds would not include the cost of the batteries for the PV panels because of b… LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Google Log in with your social account Indonesia renewable-energy rooftop-solar-panels Energy-Mineral-Resources-Ministry regions eastern-Indonesialast_img read more

BOXING: SHAUN MC SHANE – “HE’S NEVER FACED A DONEGAL MAN BEFORE, HE WON’T KNOW WHAT HIT HIM”

first_imgShaun Mc Shane is back in action on Saturday night when he faces Bulgarian opponent Radoslav Mitev.Leitirmacaward boxer Shaun Mc Shane has issued a rallying cry ahead of his bout with Radoslav Mitev at the Ravenscraig Regional Sport Facility in Motherwell on Saturday night.The talented Bulgarian caused a major surprise when he defeated the highly-rated Eddie Doyle in June.Mc Shane who has underwent surgery on a troublesome knee problem since his last fight is raring to get back into the ring. Mc Shane says  his training camp has went really well, and his preparation for the forthcoming fight has been ideal.Mc Shane told Donegal Daily, “I got surgery on the knee during the summer, and I probably didn’t expect to return to the ring so soon.“However, when the fight was presented to me, I wasn’t going to turn it down, I love a challenge and to be honest I’m just raring to get back into the ring.Mc Shane admitted he doesn’t know much about his opponent, but the fact he defeated Eddie Doyle means he won’t be no pushover and Mc Shane will give him the respect he deserves. Mc Shane said, “I don’t know much about him, but he caused somewhat of an upset when he beat Eddie Doyle.“He’s a good boxer and it’s going to be a tough fight on Saturday, but I’m confident in my own ability and I believe I can win.“He’s never faced a Donegal man before, he won’t know what hit him on Saturday night.With a mass invasion of Irish fans expected to descend on Glasgow this weekend for the Euro 2016 qualifier, it’s expected a large number will make their way to the venue on Saturday to cheer on Mc Shane.Mc Shane said “The support I’ve received so far in the fights have been overwhelming, it’s been brilliant. “It really does give you extra energy, and I’m hoping it’s a good weekend, hopefully Ireland can win on Friday night and I can complete the double on Saturday, he joked.BOXING: SHAUN MC SHANE – “HE’S NEVER FACED A DONEGAL MAN BEFORE, HE WON’T KNOW WHAT HIT HIM” was last modified: November 12th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:boxingnewsShaun Mc ShaneSportlast_img read more