Computer course – Cetril http://cetril.org/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 19:10:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cetril.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Computer course – Cetril http://cetril.org/ 32 32 Tech Goes Home Offers Winter Course in Computer Basics and Open Apps https://cetril.org/tech-goes-home-offers-winter-course-in-computer-basics-and-open-apps/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 16:43:19 +0000 https://cetril.org/tech-goes-home-offers-winter-course-in-computer-basics-and-open-apps/ Anyone in need of an affordable device and job training in Hamilton County can enroll in Tech Goes Home’s next basic computer course, with the next course beginning Nov. 30. Participants receive a total of 15 hours of digital skills training as part of the free course, along with opportunities for other continuing education courses. […]]]>

Anyone in need of an affordable device and job training in Hamilton County can enroll in Tech Goes Home’s next basic computer course, with the next course beginning Nov. 30.

Participants receive a total of 15 hours of digital skills training as part of the free course, along with opportunities for other continuing education courses.

“Tech Goes Home introduced me to other avenues of work,” said a graduate of the fall 2022 program. I now have resources where I can find referrals as well as help with many daily tasks.

TGH is The Enterprise Center’s digital inclusion and literacy program for residents of Hamilton County, as well as the region and state. Since 2014, nearly 7,000 residents have participated in this program.

Through partnerships with schools, public libraries, churches, nonprofits, and other organizations across the county, TGH offers free classes designed to help residents develop the skills and habits needed to smart technology and internet usage.

Classes are held at the Edney Innovation Center from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and upon completion, participants can receive a Chromebook for $50, as well as help with low-cost home internet access.

Class sizes are limited and registration is required. For more information or to apply for free classes, you can call 423-521-2071 or visit www.techgoeshomecha.org.

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Navigating Course Enrollment Frustrating, Competitive – The Oberlin Review https://cetril.org/navigating-course-enrollment-frustrating-competitive-the-oberlin-review/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 22:03:25 +0000 https://cetril.org/navigating-course-enrollment-frustrating-competitive-the-oberlin-review/ During my aimless scrolling sessions on TikTok, I’ve seen humorous videos of students at top schools like Louisiana State University frantically preparing for class registration with a computer, whiteboard, and notebook. open to plan schedules down to the smallest detail. They compared this process to predicting the NFL Draft or competing in the Hunger Games. […]]]>

During my aimless scrolling sessions on TikTok, I’ve seen humorous videos of students at top schools like Louisiana State University frantically preparing for class registration with a computer, whiteboard, and notebook. open to plan schedules down to the smallest detail. They compared this process to predicting the NFL Draft or competing in the Hunger Games. Unlike LSU, Oberlin has no more than 29,000 undergraduate students, but obstacles in the current enrollment process, from on-site issues to difficulty accessing introductory courses, make it seem like you are competing with so many people. This observation begs the question: why is this happening?

We’ve heard time and time again that the classes of 2025 and 2026 have had the highest enrollment levels in the College’s history and, despite the early years enrolling last, this is having a domino effect on the registration. For first-years trying to enroll, 100-level classes are filled immediately, and if you are in the second year or beyond, these classes have a disproportionate number of places reserved for the first years compared to the places open for registration. Essentially, the older you are, the harder it is to get into an introductory course, which all majors require. I took more 200 level courses in my major, minors and concentration than I have 100, only because they were so much easier to get into.

Additionally, DegreeWorks received a new update this semester, and although the site is now much easier to load, the courses listed are inaccurate, which adds to the difficulty of finding a class. For example, it was surprising to me, as someone with a prospective journalism concentration, to see organismal biology listed as a program requirement.

Technological glitches aside, I don’t think Oberlin adequately prepares students for the inevitable chaos on enrollment day. The Peer Advising Leaders program does a good job of laying the foundation for different classes to learn, teaching first-years how to find any prerequisites they may need, highlighting the need to meet with academic advisors, and showing them how to navigate DegreeWorks . However, the program does not go deep enough into the process of obtaining instructor consent or what to do when placed on a class waitlist. Most of the information I received about it came from word of mouth or social media. I think early years could benefit a lot more from learning this in person during PAL. According to the article “PAL Program Feels Like Just Another Responsibility” published in The Oberlin Review on March 11, 2022, this could be a valid change to the program.

The consequences of failing to enroll in classes go beyond not attending the classes you want. You may need to overcharge and pay extra in order to meet your requirements in time for graduation or take an extra semester to complete. These experiences are not unique to Oberlin, but due to the disorganized enrollment and large class sizes of 2025 and 2026, this could happen much more in the future, resulting in an additional amount of financial expense and academic stress. for many.

This semester, after 10 scares, a hastily written note detailing my back-up plans and courses, and a prayer, I was finally able to access all of my first-choice courses – but it shouldn’t have taken this long. for that to happen. While there were certainly flaws on my part, such as my tendency to oversleep on the day, the College’s negligence with course registration also played a significant role, and there must be more support and guidance provided to students navigating course registration. to alleviate the competition and frustrations that accompanied the process.

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20 girls selected for military-sponsored computer education course https://cetril.org/20-girls-selected-for-military-sponsored-computer-education-course/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 16:18:08 +0000 https://cetril.org/20-girls-selected-for-military-sponsored-computer-education-course/ 20 girls started the computer application course launched by the army Jammu: As many as 20 girls have started a year-long computer application course launched by the military for underprivileged students in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, an official said on Tuesday. The project, a package that encompasses various computer skills and basic computer […]]]>

20 girls started the computer application course launched by the army

Jammu:

As many as 20 girls have started a year-long computer application course launched by the military for underprivileged students in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, an official said on Tuesday. The project, a package that encompasses various computer skills and basic computer knowledge including Windows operating system, MS Office and Internet, has been considered in line with the government’s Skill India and Digital India campaign, the official said.

He said students who take the one-year “Advanced Diploma in Computer Application” course, aimed at empowering women, will have both practical and theoretical understanding of computers and their technology. All successful students will receive the certification of “Advanced Diploma in Computer Application”, the official said.

Banihal Subdivision Magistrate, Zaheer Abass Bhat, who along with army officers interacted with the trainees, appreciated the efforts of the army and said that the computer education will pave the way to girls so that they become independent. “Completion of this course will open up opportunities for students in the field of higher education as well as jobs, Bhat said.

(Except for the title, this story has not been edited by Careers360 staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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West Michigan NFL star Kirk Cousins ​​buys Allegan Co golf course https://cetril.org/west-michigan-nfl-star-kirk-cousins-buys-allegan-co-golf-course/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 18:55:27 +0000 https://cetril.org/west-michigan-nfl-star-kirk-cousins-buys-allegan-co-golf-course/ A graduate of Dutch Christian Schools and former Michigan State quarterback, NFL star Kirk Cousins ​​is starting a new business: owning a golf course. The Holland Sentinel reports that the current Minnesota Vikings quarterback and his wife have purchased the Clearbrook Golf Course located near Saugatuck, MI. Football career Born in Illinois, Cousins ​​moved to […]]]>

A graduate of Dutch Christian Schools and former Michigan State quarterback, NFL star Kirk Cousins ​​is starting a new business: owning a golf course.

The Holland Sentinel reports that the current Minnesota Vikings quarterback and his wife have purchased the Clearbrook Golf Course located near Saugatuck, MI.

Football career

Born in Illinois, Cousins ​​moved to Michigan with his family in 1998 where he attended Dutch Christian schools. After playing football in high school, Cousins ​​was offered a scholarship to play at Michigan State, where he also studied kinesiology.

In 2012, Kirk was drafted by the Washington Redskins (now the Commanders) where he played for six seasons before signing with the Minnesota Vikings in 2018 when Cousins ​​made history with the first fully guaranteed contract and also the highest paying contract in the NFL at the time.

Clearbrook Golf Course

Cousins ​​and his wife Julie, who built a property in the Saugatuck area in 2018, wrote in a letter to the community,

Discussing the history of the golf club with Jim, we agreed that it is a community treasure and should remain a golf course for the next generation…We want to invest in this great community and we see this purchase as an opportunity to do just that, to sustain the life of a golf course that has been around since 1926.

The cousins ​​added that they would rather not see the land turned into housing estates or summer rental properties. Instead, longtime owners Jim and Candy Jeltema will continue to operate the property for the time being until plans for improvements, if any, are solidified.

Reports say the sale of the golf course did not include the property’s Grill Room restaurant, which will remain owned by Jim and Candy.

Even for someone like me who doesn’t follow the NFL, I still know about Kirk Cousins ​​and his West Michigan ties. It’s touching to see how much he appreciates his community and cares enough to invest in its future. I will be curious to see what the new owners do with the property in the years to come!

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The new spring 2023 course “Italian 10” will provide a practical and cultural education https://cetril.org/the-new-spring-2023-course-italian-10-will-provide-a-practical-and-cultural-education/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 05:15:28 +0000 https://cetril.org/the-new-spring-2023-course-italian-10-will-provide-a-practical-and-cultural-education/ Tufts will be offering a new course, officially titled Conversational Italian, starting next spring. Unlike Italian 1, the course will focus on listening and speaking skills in practical everyday life situations, as well as learning about social and cultural norms. The program is designed to prepare students who plan to participate in the Data and […]]]>

Tufts will be offering a new course, officially titled Conversational Italian, starting next spring.

Unlike Italian 1, the course will focus on listening and speaking skills in practical everyday life situations, as well as learning about social and cultural norms.

The program is designed to prepare students who plan to participate in the Data and IT and Italian in Pavia summer study abroad program, according to Carmen Merolla, lecturer in Romance studies and coordinator of the Italian language program at Tufts.

The five-week program was first offered last summer. The students traveled to Pavia, Italy, and took two courses, one on the Italian language and the other on data or computing.

Merolla notes that the majority of students in the program came from the School of Engineering. After returning from Pavia, some students participated in a focus group in which they were asked what was working and what were the potential areas for improvement.

“Many students said, ‘We wish we had learned Italian before we left because we felt like we were much better prepared for culture shock,'” Merolla said.

Student feedback was the main motivation for coming up with Italian 10, according to Merolla. Italian 10 is specifically intended to prepare students for travel to Italy and interactions with Italian culture and people.

The idea is to prepare students for their summer in Italy or their study abroad in Italy, and to be ready for conversations in Italian – not just for reading, writing, but above all for speaking in Italian,“said Merola.

Students will learn 10 key Italian skills, including how to greet and introduce themselves to people, order from a menu, and ask for directions. They will also learn practical skills such as reading train timetables and understanding Italian shoe sizes.

Professor Rose Facchini, lecturer in the Department of Romance Studies, will teach the course this spring.

“[Italian 10 will be] a very good complement, which works in tandem with the language courses we already have, Facchini told The Daily.

Students will not only learn to speak and listen, but also learn the unspoken rules of cultural communication.

“We think it’s really important to help prepare students for their experience in Italy, not just with functions, [like] how to order ice cream, … but also learn how gestures can be important … or rules of engagement that can be easily misinterpreted that we’re not necessarily used to as Americans,” Facchini said.

Facchini noted that this course will aim to use more varied and timely materials in the classroom to produce more engaging lessons.

“We are trying to use a lot more technology [to] to have more engaging lessons, more meaningful, authentic and timely materials that students engage with…instead of using something from 30 years ago,” Facchini said. “[Students will be] looking at Italian Instagram, for example, or influencers who are really important right now on YouTube.

The course curriculum will also include readings in English on “hot topics in contemporary Italian society,” such as citizenship issues, according to Facchini.

Merolla explained how the course hopes to focus on contemporary Italian culture.

“We want [students] to learn more about the concept of family and how it has changed over the past 20 years, and so through this we will also cover the LGBTQ community in Italy… [and] social rights in general,” Merolla said. “Another thing we want them to learn is… how climate change is actually changing agriculture and food production in Italy.”

The class counts towards the engineering school’s humanities requirement, but is open to all students. Programming was done with SMFA students in mind as offering class later in the afternoon will give students a chance to travel to the Medford/Somerville campus.

Sophia Nuñez is a third year in the combined degree program at SMFA who began her Italian studies at Tufts. Nuñez helped Merolla determine which course times would work best for SMFA students.

Nuñez notes that many lower-level Italian classes conflict with SMFA studio classes, which start early in the morning and last several hours.

“[Merolla] wanted to specifically pick a time in the afternoon when people could come back from SMFA if they want to take this course,” Nuñez said.

Nuñez went to Italy last summer on a program that Merolla connected her with. Although she says she thinks her four semesters of studying the language before going abroad prepared her well for the experience, Nuñez thinks Italian 10 might be a great fit for many students.

“I think if anyone is considering going [to Italy] who hasn’t studied Italian at all or maybe just [studied] elementary [Italien]I think that would be incredibly helpful,” Nuñez said.

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CADAVERIC hands-on course and live surgeries session at KIMS https://cetril.org/cadaveric-hands-on-course-and-live-surgeries-session-at-kims/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 13:45:21 +0000 https://cetril.org/cadaveric-hands-on-course-and-live-surgeries-session-at-kims/ Bhubaneshwar: Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS-Bhubaneswar), which is creating state-of-the-art infrastructure to deliver advanced spine treatment, witnessed live spine surgeries today by eminent surgeons from across the country, capping off the four-day ICS 2022 organized by the Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSI). The demonstration was conducted for 100 participants for those who […]]]>

Bhubaneshwar: Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS-Bhubaneswar), which is creating state-of-the-art infrastructure to deliver advanced spine treatment, witnessed live spine surgeries today by eminent surgeons from across the country, capping off the four-day ICS 2022 organized by the Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSI).

The demonstration was conducted for 100 participants for those who completed the Spine Instruction Course (ICS 2022), exposing them to the advancement of spine surgery. A cadaveric spine workshop was also held to demonstrate the skills of ASSI members under the leadership of Dr. Shankar Acharya, President of ASSI. Other leading spine surgeons such as Dr. S. S Kale, Dr. Ajoy Shetty, Dr. CS Dhillon and Dr. Shankar Acharya have performed surgeries live.

Professor NK Das HOD Neurosurgery KIMS coordinated all surgeries with all local faculties. Dr. Acharya explained that the live spine surgery demonstration at KIMS has benefited the participating young spine surgeons, as training and improving knowledge in spinal surgery is very essential for professional excellence, in addition to adopting computer-assisted surgeries for more precision.

“It takes more than two decades to train a spine surgeon perfectly to meet industry expectations and make the surgeon attuned to the latest navigation technologies. So, workshops like ICS 2022 play a huge role in training a new spine surgeon who wants to learn the tricks and get used to new technology, he explained.

“Technology is changing, so now we’re using computer navigation, with real-time neurological monitoring. We’re doing spine surgery implants, and we’re doing it navigationally. We’re all in a different sphere together,” On the establishment of state-of-the-art spine centers in cities like Bhubaneswar, Dr. Acharya said, “It’s good to start a center, but invest wisely and Getting the right dedicated and passionate spine surgeon to handle it takes a lot of time. We want to have a team first. You can get an F-16 and park it somewhere, but without a trained fighter pilot, d others would crush the giant machine, so training surgeons without proper training would lead to disaster.

Sharing his dream of creating a “pool of qualified spine surgeons across the country”, Dr. Acharya said that “in my 25 years as a spine surgeon, I have trained about 20 spine surgeons qualified so far. So, it is the quality that always counts in spine surgery, otherwise the unskilled or untrained surgeon would end up with multiple accidents involving human lives.”

PREVENTIVE CARE

Although he advocates the creation of high-tech spine centers and the spread of technology-based surgeries for precision and delivery, Dr. Acharya believes that preventive care for better spine health, the public awareness of trauma care and minimization of road accidents should be followed by all.

“You have to realize that if a winning member of a family becomes a paraplegic, then the whole family suffers miserably and therein lies the fact that the safety and security of the brain, of the spine is of a paramount importance, making people understand what to do and what not to do in everyday life and especially when we move,” he observed.

“It might cost Rs 10 crore or even more to build a state-of-the-art OT for spinal surgery, but it would take very less to raise awareness of reducing road accidents and reducing spinal injuries and loss of life, so the ball is in the court of preventative care and what we should be doing about it,” explained the famed spine surgeon.

At the inaugural session on November 3, ASSI expressed its willingness to partner with KIIT-KIMS and offer critical spine-related care and treatment to the tribal population of Odisha.

Dr Acharya had said the association was focused on creating a new group of spine surgeons, among other areas, including providing essential training to ensure the best treatment. The founder of the KIIT group of institutions, Dr. Achyuta Samanta also addressed the inaugural ceremony.

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China’s COVID cases highest since August, Beijing vows to stay the course https://cetril.org/chinas-covid-cases-highest-since-august-beijing-vows-to-stay-the-course/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://cetril.org/chinas-covid-cases-highest-since-august-beijing-vows-to-stay-the-course/ BEIJING, Nov 3 (Reuters) – China’s COVID-19 cases hit their highest level in two and a half months on Thursday after the health authority stuck to its strict lockdown policy, dampening hopes for investors of an easing of the brakes which are hitting the world’s second-largest economy. Dejected Chinese stocks had soared this week on […]]]>

BEIJING, Nov 3 (Reuters) – China’s COVID-19 cases hit their highest level in two and a half months on Thursday after the health authority stuck to its strict lockdown policy, dampening hopes for investors of an easing of the brakes which are hitting the world’s second-largest economy.

Dejected Chinese stocks had soared this week on speculation that Beijing would ease its “zero-COVID momentum” policy, despite rising case numbers and reiterations of a stance that casts China as an extreme outlier. almost three years after the start of the pandemic.

The impact of restrictions continued to be felt as a leading survey showed services activity contracted further in October due to the impact of COVID restrictions on business and consumption.

The Caixin index of services purchasing managers fell to 48.4, the lowest since May, from 49.3 in September.

With zero-COVID lockdowns hitting major cities, some of China’s wealthier regions are proving to be a drag on the recovery, growing slower than the national economy in the first three quarters, data shows. Until wednesday.

Stocks in Hong Kong and China fell, ending a two-day rally as confidence was hit by rising COVID numbers and expectations that the Federal Reserve would continue to raise interest rates Americans.

“There may be some easing on zero-COVID, but temper your expectations, Nomura analysts wrote, adding that “true reopening” only becomes more likely after March, when China completes a transition. politics culminating with its annual parliamentary rally.

Nomura estimated that a population representing 10.1% of China’s gross domestic output was under control, up from 9.5% on Monday.

Any short-term COVID policy adjustment “could be more than offset by a tightening of local government grip, as officials build on last month’s 20th Party Congress meeting,” Nomura wrote.

DISAPPOINTED HOPES

Investors hope that last month’s congress of the ruling Communist Party, which will span two decades, will mark an important milestone after which China could lay the groundwork to begin returning to zero-COVID. They were disappointed when Xi Jinping, who won a third term in the leadership, reiterated the validity. of the approach.

This week, investor optimism returned even as Beijing showed no signs it was preparing for any significant easing, such as undertaking mass recall campaigns, greenlighting foreign mRNA vaccines or modifying the message that sowed extreme fear of catching COVID.

In its first comments after the congress, the National Health Commission said Wednesday that authorities were working to control a sudden outbreak of COVID as quickly as possible. The nation should steadfastly stick to zero-COVID, the commission said.

China reported 3,200 local cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, the first count above 3,000 since August 17.

Lenovo, the world’s largest personal computer maker, said revenue from China fell 12% in the July-September quarter as COVID restrictions weighed on demand.

FIH Mobile (2038.HK), a unit of Apple provider Foxconn (2317.TW) said on Wednesday zero-COVID was a key reason it was likely to post a full-year loss as as its parent company continues to battle a lockdown around its large iPhone factory in central China that has fueled worker discontent.

Electric vehicle maker Nio (9866.HK), on the other hand, resumed production at its two factories, a day after announcing it had suspended work due to COVID measures.

Reporting by Liz Lee and Albee Zhang; Additional reporting from Beijing and Shanghai newsrooms; Written by Tony Munroe; Editing by William Mallard

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Entrance Examination Admission Card for LLM Kerala Course Admission for 2022 Released https://cetril.org/entrance-examination-admission-card-for-llm-kerala-course-admission-for-2022-released/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 01:53:01 +0000 https://cetril.org/entrance-examination-admission-card-for-llm-kerala-course-admission-for-2022-released/ The Entrance Examination Commissioner’s Office, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram-695001 has released the Entrance Examination Admission Cards for LLM Kerala course admission for 2022. Applicants who have submitted an online admission application for the LLM course can upload their admission cards at www.cee.kerala.gov.in for the Computerized Entrance Examination to be held on 06.11.2022 at […]]]>

The Entrance Examination Commissioner’s Office, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram-695001 has released the Entrance Examination Admission Cards for LLM Kerala course admission for 2022.

Applicants who have submitted an online admission application for the LLM course can upload their admission cards at www.cee.kerala.gov.in for the Computerized Entrance Examination to be held on 06.11.2022 at various centers from Kerala.

Applicants should enter their application number and password on the page available after clicking on the “LLM 2022 – Applicant Portal” link on the above website and clicking on the menu item “Admission Card to download their admission cards.

The printout of the admission card must be brought to the examination hall together with a valid ID for the identification of candidates. Color printing of the admission card is preferable for the identification of applicants. Admission cards will not be sent to candidates by post.

The admission card of candidates who have defects in their photography has been retained. These candidates can rectify the defects by uploading a clear / correct photo or signature before 2 p.m. on 03.11.2022, to upload their admission card.

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Update As You Go – Golf Course Industry https://cetril.org/update-as-you-go-golf-course-industry/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 20:29:31 +0000 https://cetril.org/update-as-you-go-golf-course-industry/ For the Director of Grounds of the Patterson Club (Connecticut) Jason Meersmana budget is not just an annual or monthly task, but a weekly task. “It’s something I like to keep open on my computer almost all year round,” he says. “During the year, if I find something that works better or that I didn’t […]]]>

For the Director of Grounds of the Patterson Club (Connecticut) Jason Meersmana budget is not just an annual or monthly task, but a weekly task.

“It’s something I like to keep open on my computer almost all year round,” he says. “During the year, if I find something that works better or that I didn’t need, I jump in and react to the budget right away so it doesn’t get lost when I go wrong. sit down and do it at the end of the year.”

One such factor he frequently focuses on and reacts to is employee payroll. “I like finding part-timers to take a lot of the work off our core team,” Meersman says.

Using part-time employees also allowed Meersman to avoid going over budget with overtime. “I can’t say enough about the part-time team we have,” he adds. “Building a really big part-time team has proven to be the way to go these days – at least for us.”

The Meersman crew uses OnLink, a software company that comes with the course’s John Deere equipment package. The program allows Meersman to set an estimate of the time needed to complete certain tasks, which then allows him to assign those tasks to the crew and automatically calculate their compensation. Meersman always checks and edits timed tasks to be perfectly accurate.

“Payroll is everything, he says. “Everything we do takes hands. And without hands, we don’t have much luck. There are always different ways of doing things, but at the same time, the more hands you have, the better you will look.

The Patterson Club includes an 18-hole golf course, tennis and paddle courts, a swimming pool and a large clubhouse. Meersman manages two other department budgets in addition to the course’s operational finances. “It’s hard because the experience people expect and the budget you have to provide…it’s hard to align the two,” he says.

Surpluses sometimes occur, especially in the current economic environment, and Meersman has taken this into account this year with weather-appropriate maintenance practices. “We were lucky with the cold spring, so I didn’t use as much finishing sand,” he says. “We didn’t do any cart path repairs, then just cut here and there, and luckily a lot of people didn’t notice.”

For any budget, balance is essential.

“The first thing I learned was just to follow the evolution,” says Meersman. “You want to be able to track it every week. If you’re too far below, people are going to say, “Oh, you don’t need it then. And if you go too far you can really put yourself and your club in a tight spot, so keeping track of everything throughout the year is really important, keep that in mind.

Cassidy Gladieux is a senior at Kent State University and a regular contributor to the golf course industry.

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The world premiere of “Launch Day” sets a steady course https://cetril.org/the-world-premiere-of-launch-day-sets-a-steady-course/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 02:12:35 +0000 https://cetril.org/the-world-premiere-of-launch-day-sets-a-steady-course/ In an effort to find out if future humanity remains human at heart, despite AI, genetic engineering, increasing Earth degradation and the accompanying angst, boredom and despair, what such things keep spiraling out of control, “Launch Day (Love Stories from the Year 2108)” can claim mission accomplished. A realistic, robotic, sci-fi comedy prosthetic arm, of […]]]>

In an effort to find out if future humanity remains human at heart, despite AI, genetic engineering, increasing Earth degradation and the accompanying angst, boredom and despair, what such things keep spiraling out of control, “Launch Day (Love Stories from the Year 2108)” can claim mission accomplished.

A realistic, robotic, sci-fi comedy prosthetic arm, of course, has to develop its own will and start wagging the dog. It points to deeper desires, much like a breathalyzer-like gadget that reveals layered emotions beneath protective outer skins, lab-made or not. Even if the arm becomes western masochistic, it has an endgame. That’s handy, because many of the characters in Michael Higgins’ comedy, which had its world premiere at Theater Tuscaloosa, are, as the former rock band sang, “practiced in the art of deception.”

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