Tributes spring up across campus

first_imgSince the death of Fr. Theodore Hesburgh on Thursday night, the Notre Dame community has honored him with various tributes around campus, spontaneous and planned. We have collected some of those moments here.March 110 a.m. — University President Emeritus Fr. Edward “Monk” Malloy celebrates Mass at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart and reflects on Fr. Hesburgh’s legacy in the homily. The Liturgical choir led a rendition of the Alma Mater in Hesburgh’s honor at the end of the Mass.9:33 a.m. — The Notre Dame women’s lacrosse team unveiled the patches it will wear to honor Fr. Hesburgh in its Sunday afternoon game against Duke.Feb. 281 p.m. — The No. 2 Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team observed a moment of silence in honor of Fr. Hesburgh before its game against Dartmouth in Loftus Sports Center. The team also wore “Fr. Ted” stickers on its helmets.“If you look at the history of Notre Dame, Knute Rockne made Notre Dame famous, and Fr. Ted took that and made Notre Dame a great university,” Irish coach Kevin Corrigan said.All day — The American flag in the middle of South Quad flies at half staff.Feb. 279:45 p.m. — Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra played the Notre Dame Alma Mater in honor of Fr. Ted following its concert Friday night.“Notre Dame lost her greatest son,” orchestra director Daniel Stowe said.7:00 p.m. — Fr. Ted was honored by the hockey team before its game against No. 9 Boston College at Compton Family Ice Arena with a moment of silence and a video tribute, in addition to “Fr. Ted” stickers on the Irish helmets.“I had no idea when I first started here what kind of man we had with us here on campus,” Irish coach Jeff Jackson said.7:00 p.m. — The 85th annual Bengal Bouts Tournament remembered Fr. Hesburgh with a moment of silence and a 10-bell salute while his picture was put up on the video boards.5:27 p.m. — Senior Associate Athletics Director John Heisler sent out an email to the Notre Dame football media list reading, “Beginning today, Notre Dame athletic teams will wear ‘Fr. Ted’ patches or stickers on some combination of their uniforms, warm-ups or helmets. Moments of silence will be observed prior to home events in each of Notre Dame’s 26 varsity sports. In the near future, there will be commemorative signage created for each Notre Dame home athletic venue — to be featured either on the field or court itself or displayed elsewhere at the facility.”3:28 p.m. — The Notre Dame softball team announced through its Twitter account that players would wear black ribbons in their hair during two games against No. 20 Missouri and Georgetown “in honor of the late Father Theodore.”3:00 p.m. — A bouquet of flowers sits in the snow at the feet of the Fr. Hesburgh statue in front of the “Word of Life” mural on the south face of Hesburgh Library.11:00 a.m. — Notre Dame President Fr. John Jenkins held a press conference to reflect on Fr. Hesburgh’s influence on the University and to provide details about the schedule for the upcoming days.“Next to Fr. Sorin, no one had a greater impact on this University,” Jenkins said. “Notre Dame lost a piece of its heart last night. But Fr. Ted lives on.”At first light — The Notre Dame Grounds Crew began putting up Hesburgh banners on light poles across campus.Throughout the night — Notre Dame students, faculty and community members gathered at the Grotto to remember Fr. Ted. Candles spelling out “TED” were arranged on one of the racks, and some people sang the Alma Mater.1:07 a.m. — The Observer tweeted out the news Fr. Theodore Hesburgh died at the age of 97, confirmed by a University spokesperson. Tags: campus tributes, Remembering Father Hesburghlast_img read more

Do This: Long Island Events for January 2014

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York JANE PAULEYThe New York Times bestselling veteran broadcast journalist will be signing copies of her latest book, Your Life Calling: Re-Imagining the Rest of Your Life, filled with hopeful and inspiring tales of mid-life “reinventions” based on her award-winning “Your Life Calling” segment on The Today Show. Book Revue, 313 New York Ave., Huntington. 7 p.m. January 7COTT REICHFifty years after JFK’s assassination, his message of citizenship still resonates. Reich, a New York attorney, believes a rededication to civic duty will shine a path for a brighter future and will be signing copies of his book, The Power of Citizenship, which makes this case. Book Revue, 313 New York Ave., Huntington. 7 p.m. January 9HYE-JIN KIM & JOAO LUIZLive and in the Sky Room, this is a must-not-miss sonic multicultural collision that will inspire and move. Virtuosos Kim and Luiz—on violin and guitar, respectively—combine forces for an intimate program rooted in classical music and inspired by dance, mixing creations by Niccolo Paganini, Astor Piazzolla and Paquito D’Rivera with original arrangements of traditional folk songs from their native lands, Korea and Brazil. Bring a loved one or go it alone—you will want to catch this! Cinema Arts Centre, $20 members/$25 public. 7:30 p.m. January 10AGAINST ME!Touring in support of their latest, the Butch Vig-produced White Crosses. With fellow punks The Sidekicks & The Shondes. Rough Trade NYC, 64 N. 9th St., Brooklyn. $20 ADV/$22 DOS. 8 p.m. doors/9 p.m. show. January 9DAVE MASON’S TRAFFIC JAMThe Brit-rock legend steams into Huntington for a night of Traffic hits, including deep album cuts from 1967’s Mr. Fantasy and ’68’s Traffic albums, plus classic Mason tunes and new material. Can you say “Wow!?” Just did. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $20-$49.50. 8 p.m. January 10BOB NELSONPresented by The Paramount Comedy Series, the rubber-faced funnyman from Massapequa will unquestionably leave all those in attendance in absolute stitches, yet the question remains: Who will assist Nelson at this special evening of bring-down-the-house hilarity!? Jiffy Jeff? Eppy Epperman? Perhaps Wilby Stuckerson and Mr. Pingyeh? If Jacques-Yves Cousteau shows up, or Nelson unleashes his infamous “Football Act” (YouTube it!), then the laughs will linger long after this gig, for sure. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $20 & $30. 8 p.m. January 11DANCE PARTY 2.0Leave those inhibitions at home and simply surrender to the thumpin’ and bumpin’ and grindin’ second season of celebrity DJs spinnin’ the most infectious house, hip hop and rock this side of Sunrise Highway into the wee hours of the morn’. The Emporium, 9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. $15; $10 for the ladies. 9:30 p.m. January 11JOHN PINETTEThe actor/funnyman’s impressions are absolutely spot-on hilarious. Will he perform his famous Gollum impression now that The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug has taken over the theaters!? We sure hope so. If not, his infamous Ewok or Marlon Brando will do, too. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. $39.50-$49.50. 8 p.m. January 11 & 12JAY ZHova will be weaving his multi-layered web of spitfire rhymes and grooves in support of his Magna Carter World Tour and will no doubt be in top form. (The mega superstar invades Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Jan. 19, too; $27.50-$191.60. 8 p.m.) Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. $40.75-$200.45. 8 p.m. January 12 & 13SEVEN YEARS BAD LUCKMoMA’s Ben Model will accompany the 1921 silent comedy live on CAC’s Miditzer organ. Cinema Arts Centre, $7 children under 12/$9 members/$14 public. 7:30 p.m. January 14NICOLE “SNOOKI” POLIZZIThe foul-mouthed former MTV Jersey Shore train wreck got pregnant and allegedly stopped partying. She’ll be signing copies of her new memoir about the life-transforming experience of becoming a mother and caring for her son Lorenzo, titled Baby Bumps. Does the book tackle what she’s going to do when the ‘lil tike gets older and sees footage of his mommy acting like a slovenly louse (to put it politely) in her old digs? Probably not. It does, apparently, include passages about drunken nights out at the clubs (where she met her son’s father) and the time she discovered her breast milk was alcoholic. Book Revue, 313 New York Ave., Huntington. 7 p.m. January 15JOE ELY & ALEJANDRO ESCOVEDOTwo renowned singer/songwriter guitarists, performing together. YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, 37 W. Main St., Bay Shore. $60, $65. 8 p.m. January 16BERNIE WILLIAMSThe New York Yankees’ five-time All Star and four-time World Series champ also plays a mean guitar (he used to keep it alongside his uniform in his locker or even in his equipment bag). His 2003 debut The Journey Within reached No. 3 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart and his latest, Moving Forward, which he’s currently touring in support of, reached No. 2. Expect a grand slam. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. $35-$125. 7 p.m. doors/8 p.m. show. January 17ARETHA FRANKLINRadio City Music Hall, 1260 6th Ave., Manhattan.$55-$172.30. 8 p.m. January 17 & 18.38 SPECIALThe Southern rock journeymen tear through tracks spanning their nearly 40-year career, undoubtedly including breakthrough hit “Hold On Loosely” and chart-toppers “Caught Up in You” and “If I’d Been the One.” Expect one hell of a show. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $39.50, $65 & $75. 8 p.m. January 17THE TEMPTATIONS & THE FOUR TOPSChoreography, harmony and electrifying style collide as these two legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Motown powerhouses unleash their time-tested vocal soundscapes of doo-wop, R&B, soul and jazz, dazzlin’ and wowin’ as they do. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. $49.50-$69.50. 8 p.m. January 18BIG BAD VOODOO DADDYThe groove-heavy jazzmen swing into Huntington for a skankin’ good time. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., $25-$60. 8 p.m. January 18IN THIS MOMENTThe Albany metal hellraisers aim to burn down the house at this loaded gig, the latest stop on The Hellpop Tour II. With Butcher Babies, Devour the Day & All Hail The Yeti. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $23, $25 & $40. 7 p.m. January 19THE PIXIESThe alt-rock pioneers recently replaced founding bassist Kim Deal’s replacement, Kim Shattuck of The Muffs, with Paz Lenchantin of A Perfect Circle/Zwan, and will be tearing through songs from their three-decades-long career, along with those from their latest collections, EP-1 and EP-2, which includes “Bag Boy” and “Indie Cindy,” along with “Blue-Eyed Hexe,” “Magdalena,” “Greens and Blues” and “Snakes.” Not-to-be-missed! The Capitol Theatre, 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester. $59.50. 7 p.m. doors/8 p.m. show. January 19POLAR PLUNGEStrip down for the Fifth Annual St. James Polar Bear Club Plunge and take a dive to help raise money for children in need. Be a hero! Long Beach State Park Beach, Nissequogue. 631-949-8184. Minimum donation $100, to support Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. 10 a.m. January 19DISNEY ON ICEJoin Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald Duck and way too many other lovable characters to list here (65 from 18 different stories) in this not-to-be-missed skating spectacular as they celebrate “100 Years Of Magic!” Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. $24.20-$117.35. Various times; check website for full schedule. January 22, 23, 25 & 26DAVID SANBORNThe multi-Grammy Award-winning saxophonist has been painting moving soundscapes and melding the realms of pop, R&B and straight-up jazz for more than three decades. What translucent visions will he conjure at this intimate performance? Only one way to find out. Not to be missed. YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, 37 W. Main St., Bay Shore. $60, $65. 8 p.m. January 23OTHER DESERT CITIESWhat secrets could have this family so up in arms that they’d go to such extreme lengths to protect it!? Only one way to find out! Engeman Theater, 250 Main St., Northport. $55. Thurs. & Fri. 8 p.m.; Sat. 3 p.m. & 8 p.m.; Sun. 2 p.m. January 23 through March 9MARC COHNGrammy Award-winning folk-rock singer best known for “Walking In Memphis.” Expect remakes off his latest, Listening Booth, 1970—which includes hits from Simon and Garfunkel and the Beatles—along with many of his originals. With Rebecca Pidgeon. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. $35-$64.15. 7 p.m. doors/8 p.m. show. January 24LOTUSWith The Werks. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. $35-$23-$28.36. 7 p.m. doors/8 p.m. show. January 25SANDRA BERNHARDThe one-woman rock and roll-performance art-cabaret-standup comedy show diva dishes smorgasbords of laughs in support of her Sandyland Comedy Tour. Another helping, please! The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $25-$250. 8 p.m. January 25MS. LAURYN HILLRescheduled from Dec. 26, the former Fugees member and multi-Grammy Award-winning singer brings a whole lotta groove, soul and heart to Huntington, performing rhymes and melodies from her colorful career and hopefully several from 1998’s mega-hit The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Fresh off a three-month stint for tax evasion, she’s come to educate, and of course, mesmerize. Not to be missed. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $75 & $100. 9 p.m. January 26NEUTRAL MILK HOTELThe indie folk-rock gods continue their much-dreamed-about reunion tour with the original In the Aeroplane Over the Sea lineup. Expect all the classics, including “Holland, 1945,” “The King of Carrot Flowers (Parts 1, 2 & 3),” “Two-Headed Boy” and “Oh Comely,” along with who knows what other magical collages of Anne Frank’s diary and Jeff Mangum’s imagination they happen to birth live. Remember to sing the horn parts. With psychedelic folk-rock mutants Elf Power. (Also playing The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester Jan. 22; $36. 8 p.m.) Webster Hall, 125 East 11th St., Manhattan. $38.50. 8 p.m. doors/9 p.m. show. January 27 & 28JOHN FOGARTYThe legendary Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman and wildly successful solo artist brings his timeless brand of swamp-rock and good ole-fashioned rock and roll to the ‘Mount, for two nights! Expect all the hits, from ‘68’s “I Put a Spell on You” straight on up through this year’s “Wrote a Song for Everyone,” off the album of the same name. Do not miss these gigs! The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $75-$149.50. 8 p.m. January 29 & 30JASON ISBELLThe former Drive-By Trucker, sober, determined, and armed with another new album of songs, titled Southeastern, shares his emotionally visceral introspective brand of alt-country, and as always, they’re a collection of visions crafted on his own terms. With Nashville singer/songwriter Holly Williams. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. $20-$25. 7 p.m. doors/8 p.m. show. January 31THE FRAYPresented by WALK 97.5. With American Authors & Great Big World. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $39.50-$210. 8 p.m. January 3118TH ANNUAL BATTLE OF BANDS CYSTIC FIBROSIS BENEFITAlthough not until February, this annual mega-show is worth a plug now. It’s a full day (and night) of music from typically more than two dozen local bands, with endless food and drinks and prizes, all for a great cause—to end cystic fibrosis. Thousands of dollars are raised each year to help with this mission. Mr. Beery’s, 4019 Hempstead Turnpike, Bethpage. Noon till whenever. February 16last_img read more

Yobo: All My 101 Caps for Nigeria Were Special

first_imgWith barely 48 hours to the planned testimonial game to celebrate Joseph Yobo’s retirement from football in Port Harcourt on Friday afternoon, the former Super Eagles captain reflected on his illustrious career yesterday, insisting all his 101 caps for Nigeria are special to him.Yobo insisted that he cannot single out any of his games in the national colour as better than the others.“I feel fulfilled playing for Nigeria. In fact, all the matches were special. I cannot tell you I treasure this one more than the other. Whether it was a friendly game or a World Cup, there was this special feeling I had anytime I put on the national colours,” stressed the former Everton and Fenerbahce defender while ruminating on his time at the senior national team. He continued; “Whether it was my debut against Zambia or my 87th against Rwanda when I became the most capped Nigerian at the time or the game against Argentina where I became the first Nigerian to reach 100 or even the last one against France, every moment was special”.As all roads lead to Port Harcourt for Yobo’s Centenary Testimonial on Friday, he has urged the new generation of Eagles to be more committed to the national team.“I am privileged to be the first Nigerian player to make FIFA’s exclusive Century Club. I feel so glad to have reached that milestone for my country. The younger ones should give the national team all their best. It is a privilege to be deemed worthy to wear the national colours in a country of over 170 million people”, he noted.He challenged the current crop of Eagles to arrest the national team’s decline.“Things are not going so well at the moment but it is also time for the players to take it upon themselves and rise to the occasion. I have a strong belief that this generation will even be greater given the abundance of young talented players coming through the ranks and the youth teams. I am happy the NFF has paid enough attention to the age-group teams. That is the way to go. There will never be shortage of talents. Watch out for the Super Eagles in future. A solid foundation is being laid,” he concluded.YOBO’S 101 INTERNATIONAL CAPS1.24/3/01 Zambia ACNq (Chingola) 1-12.21/4/01 Sierra Leone WCq (Freetown) 0-13.5/5/01 Liberia WCq (Port Harcourt) 2-04.2/6/01 Madagascar ACNq (Benin) 1-05.16/6/01 Namibia ACNq (Windhoek) 2-06.1/7/01 Sudan WCq (Omdurman) 4-07.29/7/01 Ghana WCq (Port Harcourt) 3-08.12/1/02 Cote d’Ivoire F (Bouake) 1-19.21/1/02 Algeria ACN (Bamako) 1-010.24/1/02 Mali ACN (Bamako) 0-011. 28/1/02 Liberia ACN (Mopti) 1-012.3/2/02 Ghana ACN (Bamako) 1-013. 7/2/02 Senegal ACN (Bamako) 1-214. 9/2/02 Mali ACN (Mopti) 1-015. 17/4/02 Scotland F (Aberdeen) 2-116. 16/5/02 Ireland F (Dublin) 2-117. 2/6/02 Argentina WC (Ibaraki) 0-118. 7/6/02 Sweden WC (Kobe) 1-219. 12/6/02 England WC (Osaka) 0-020. 29/3/03 Malawi ACNq (Blantyre) 1-021. 30/5/03 Ghana LG Cup (Abuja) 3-122. 1/6/03 Cameroun LG Cup (Lagos) (scored)3-023. 26/7/03 Venezuela F (Watford) 1-024. 27/1/04 Morocco ACN (Monastir) 0-125. 31/1/04 South Africa ACN (Monastir)(Scored)4-026. 4/2/02 Benin ACN (Sfax) 2-127. 8/2/04 Cameroun ACN (Monastir) 2-128. 11/2/04 Tunisia ACN (Rades) 3-6 (pen)29. 13/2/04 Mali ACN (Monastir) 2-130. 5/6/04 Rwanda WCq (Abuja) 2-031. 20/6/04 Angola WCq (Luanda) 0-132. 3/7/04 Algeria WCq (Abuja) (scored) 1-033. 9/10/04 Gabon WCq (Libreville) 1-134. 26/3/05 Gabon WCq (Port Harcourt) 2-035. 5/6/05 Rwanda WCq (Kigali) 1-136. 18/6/05 Angola WCq (Kano) 1-137. 17/8/05 Libya F (Tripoli) 1-038. 4/9/05 Algeria WCq (Oran) 5-239. 8/10/05 Zimbabwe WCq (Abuja) 5-140. 23/1/06 Ghana ACN (Port Said) 1-041. 27/1/06 Zimbabwe ACN (Port Said) 2-042. 31/1/06 Senegal ACN (Port Said) 2-143. 4/2/06 Tunisia ACN (Port Said) 6-5 (pen)44. 7/2/06 Cote d’Ivoire ACN (Alexandria) 0-145. 9/2/06 Senegal ACN (Cairo) 1-046. 2/9/06 Niger ACNq (Abuja) 2-047. 8/10/06 Lesotho ACNq (Maseru) 1-048. 6/2/07 Ghana F (London) 1-449. 24/3/07 Uganda ACNq (Abeokuta) 1-050. 2/6/07 Uganda ACNq (Kampala) 1-251. 8/9/07 Lesotho ACNq (Warri) 2-052. 21/1/08 Cote d’Ivoire ACN(Sekondi) 0-153. 25/1/08 Mali ACN (Sekondi) 0-054. 29/1/08 Benin ACN (Sekondi) 2-055. 3/2/08 Ghana ACN (Accra) 1-256. 27/5/08 Austria F (Graz) 1-157. 1/6/08 South Africa WCq (Abuja) 2-058. 7/6/08 Sierra Leone WCq (Freetown)(scored)1-059. 14/6/08 Eq.Guinea WCq (Malabo) (scored) 1-060. 21/6/08 Eq.Guinea WCq (Abuja) 2-061. 11/10/08 Sierra Leone WCq (Abuja) 4-162. 11/2/09 Jamaica F (London) 0-063. 29/6/09 Tunisia WCq (Rades) 0-064. 6/9/09 Tunisia WCq (Abuja) 2-265. 11/10/09 Mozambique WCq (Abuja) 1-066. 14/11/09 Kenya WCq (Nairobi) 3-267.6/1/10 Zambia F (Durban) 0-068. 12/1/10 Egypt ACN (Benguela) 1-369. 16/1/10 Benin ACN (Benguela) 1-070. 25/5/10 Saudi Arabia F (Austria) 0-071. 6/6/10 North Korea F (Jo’burg) 3-172. 12/6/10 Argentina WC (Jo’burg) 0-173. 17/6/10 Greece WC (Blomfoentin) 1-274. 22/6/10 South Korea WC (Durban) 2-275. 7/9/10 Madagascar ACNq (Calabar) 2-076. 10/10/10 Guinea ACNq (Conakry) 0-177. 9/2/11 Sierra Leone F (Lagos) 2-178. 27/3/11 Ethiopia ACNq (Abuja) 4-079. 29/3/11 Kenya F (Abuja) 3-080. 1/6/11 Argentina F (Abuja) 4-181. 5/6/11 Ethiopia ACNq (Addis Ababa)(scored)2-282. 4/9/11 Madagascar ACNq (Antananarivo)(scored)2-083. 8/10/11 Guinea ACNq (Abuja) 2-284. 11/10/11 Ghana F (London) 0-085. 12/11/11 Botswana F (Benin) 0-086. 15/11/11 Zambia F (Kaduna) 2-087. 28/2/12 Rwanda ACNq (Kigali) 0-088. 8/9/12 Liberia ACNq (Monrovia) 2-289. 9/1/13 Cape Verde F (Faro) 0-090. 21/1/13 Burkina Faso CAN (Nespruit) 1-191. 25/1/13 Zambia ACN (Rosenburg) 1-192. 3/2/13 Cote d’Ivoire ACN (Durban) 2-193. 6/3/13 Mali ACN (Jo’burg) 4-194. 10/2/13 Burkina Faso ACN (Jo’burg) 1-095. 28/5/14 Scotland F (London) 2-296. 4/6/14 Greece F (Philadelphia) 0-097. 7/6/14 USA F (Florida) 1-298. 16/6/14 Iran WC (Curitiba) 0-099. 21/6/14 Bosnia WC (Cuiaba) 1-0100. 25/6/14 Argentina WC (Porto Alegri) 2-3101 30/6/14 France WC (Brasilia) 0-2Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more