26 Immigrants Arrive to Alborán Island, Almería

first_img April 15, 2015 View post tag: Immigrants Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today 26 Immigrants Arrive to Alborán Island, Almería 26 Immigrants Arrive to Alborán Island, Almería Members of the Spanish Navy’s Detachment on the Alborán Island, Almería, helped 26 immigrants on Saturday.The immigrant were travelling aboard a dinghy. They were spotted two miles off the island. When they docked at the pier, where they were received by the officials, the immigrants were reported to be in good health.They were later transferred to the port of Almeria in a maritime rescue vessel.[mappress mapid=”15668″]Naval Today Staff, Image: Spanish Navy Share this article View post tag: Almería View post tag: Spain View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: 26 View post tag: europe View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Alborán Islandlast_img read more

Ronaldo shows off new hairdo, seeks fans approval

first_img Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them9 Iconic Roles That Got Rejected By World Famous Actors8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?What Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A VegetarianA Little Cafe For Animal Lovers That You Will Never Want To Leave7 Thailand’s Most Exquisite Architectural WondersCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More He recently returned to training with Juventus Football Club in Italy after spending two months in lockdown.Advertisement Loading… center_img And Cristiano Ronaldo debuted a new hairdo on Instagram on Tuesday as he showed off his longer locks.The footballer, 35, has normally kept his hair in a cropped style but has let it grow longer in recent months, with his tresses now going down past his eyes in length.The sports star uploaded a snap of himself in a grey T-shirt as he stared into the camera with unruly hair.Cristiano appeared to be seeking the advice of his followers on the ‘do as he captioned the photo with: ‘Approved?’Switching things up: It comes after Cristiano debuted a new hairdo as his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez braided his man bun on TuesdayThe athlete has been sporting a man bun as of late, sharing numerous snaps of the look to his social media, even letting his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez braid his long locks on Tuesday.In a snap shared to the model’s Instagram account, the footballer sat between his 26-year-old partner’s legs as she helped transform his look after a long day of work.Style: The athlete has been sporting a man bun as of late, sharing numerous snaps of the look to his social mediaRead Also: Messi facing a losing battle against Cristiano RonaldoPraising the sportsman’s patience, the dancer penned: ‘I love to pamper my loves This afternoon practicing root braids (This model knows how to stay still).’The brunette beauty looked typically radiant as she went make-up free and sported clingy pink gymwear by Alo Yoga.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

University on a conquest for excellence

first_imgTrojans may have just had 14 weeks off from school, but in that time USC has hardly been sitting idle.While students were taking the opportunity to work, intern or just catch up on some sleep, the University has opened a new school, reached more than $4.5 billion in its $6 billion fundraising campaign, continued work on a multitude of construction projects and founded a controversially established Alzheimer’s center.Last year was no different. In the inaugural issue of Fall 2014, the Daily Trojan featured the changes that had been made that summer — the building of the Wallis Annenberg Hall, destruction of the former University Village and USC’s gradual transition from party school to elite university.There’s a reason “Conquest” is one of the Spirit of Troy’s most famous songs. On the field and off, USC is always looking to dominate and won’t stop until it’s one of the premiere academic and research institutes in the country. In this welcome issue, we highlight both the good and the bad of USC’s quest. The Rossier School of Education is helping to improve the education of local children through a new charter school, and a new dance program will broaden USC’s education in the arts. But at the same time, USC’s ambition to lead in the biological sciences have led to accusations of academic poaching, and the Roski School of Art and Design’s new direction has left some students out in the cold.As the University is changing, the Daily Trojan is aiming to evolve along with it. More complicated stories and a more diverse student body have necessitated more sophisticated methods of reporting.Because of this, we are continually seeking to improve our online presence. This semester, our multimedia will no longer be confined to the occasional video or podcast. Accompanying stories online will be media-rich, interactive elements including maps, timelines, infographics and videos. If you’re reading this in print, I encourage you to go online and see how much deeper the stories can get with the added benefit of technology.Just as the depth of our online content will be extended, so will its breadth. In addition to the print stories that appear online, we will cover unique web stories and add four new blogs to our existing five. In continuing our focus on blogs that began last semester, we aim to go past informing students and welcome them to a community with opinions on fashion, food, music and more.Regardless of technological advances, the Daily Trojan remains committed to the integrity of reporting that has been at its foundation for its 100-plus year history. In a return to tradition, we have formed a nine-member Editorial Board that will weigh in on one issue of importance to our campus and community each week —  our first editorial appears in this issue. The Daily Trojan has a voice, and with it comes a responsibility to help ensure a well-informed student body.But though we aim to continually evolve, one thing will remain constant: The Daily Trojan’s primary goal will always be to serve readers to the best of our abilities.Isabella Sayyah, Fall 2015 Editor-in-Chieflast_img read more