Hilfiger offers words of business wisdom

first_img“I was at the right place at the right time, but I had the right product,” he said. “I was studying business myself, trying to figure out what was this role in business that would set us apart from competition. I wanted to understand what it was that would really push the buttons on the consumer and I figured it out.” “I wanted to build a different mousetrap,” Hilfiger said. “I wanted to reach back into my roots when I wore preppy clothes in grammar and early high school and redesign them. So I took every single one of those items out of my closet and redesigned every detail.”?Looking back, Hilfiger said his biggest regret was skipping out on college. Hilfiger began selling jeans out of the trunk of his car in a high school parking lot at age 18. ?Hilfiger’s parents preferred he go to college and focus on a more practical career than his updated business venture, a newly opened clothing shop called People’s Place, Hilfiger said. “If I were to talk about what I’m proudest about as a businessman, I am proudest of the fact that we are a giving, loving company,” and that will probably go down in history as the company’s greatest contribution, Hilfiger said.? Hilfiger said his subsequent successes after introducing his trademark red, white and blue logo can be attributed to his first private collection in 1985. “They said, ‘You’re crazy. There’s no way you’ll ever be able to do that.’” Hilfiger said. “But I said, ‘This is what I want to do.’ I said, ‘I will do this.’ I took the path of resistance.”A self-taught businessman at the age of 19, Hilfiger wanted to bring big city fashion from New York City to his local community in upstate New York and began designing his own ideas when the trends of the late ‘60s left him and his customers unsatisfied, Hilfiger said.? “We’re becoming much more responsible as human beings and that is very meaningful to me,” Hilfiger said. He may be the king of a global fashion empire, but there is one dream that Tommy Hilfiger never saw through.?“I thought I should be a professional football player,” Hilfiger said to an audience of Notre Dame faculty and students as he began a presentation in the Eck Auditorium Wednesday afternoon to share his business experiences and successes. Hilfiger entered the auditorium carrying a Notre Dame football helmet while and told the story of his failed football career, which ended, he said, after an unsuccessful tryout for the high school team in his hometown Elmira, N.Y. ? “That was my master’s degree,” he said. Yet while still flourishing overseas, the American base of Hilfiger’s empire appeared to be headed for ruin in the late ‘90s after he seemed to have a monopoly over men’s, women’s and children’s casual fashions for the greater part of the decade, Hilfiger said. He said he blamed his business team’s faux pas of oversupplying the demand — a “business no-no.”? “As a result of that failure, I decided to do something else,” Hilfiger said. “I decided to become a businessman.” “I opened up my store and I said, this is my education,” he said. “But if I had been smart enough to go to business school, I would have avoided some major pitfalls.”?Hilfiger said today, he considers hitting bankruptcy at 22 his greatest learning experience. In 1995, he established the Tommy Hilfiger Corporate Foundation to help empower America’s youth and as his fashion trends gain global esteem, his charitable endeavors follow. The Foundation recently announced its $2 million donation to Millennium Promise, a non-profit organization founded in 2005 to combat extreme world poverty. ? While Hilfiger’s presentation resonated with business lessons to “be creative … never stop learning, never stop exploring,” in his discussion of the company’s philanthropic successes, a stronger message prevailed. “Boiled down to its simplest form, business is simple arithmetic … really a simple philosophy. It’s about supply and demand,” he said. “That’s something they teach in every business school, but we learned it ourselves and we learned it the hard way.”Today, Hilfiger said his recipe for success remains true to his original philosophy: right quality, right product, right price, right marketing, right technical fit, right people wearing your clothes and right stores selling them. “It’s all about finding a niche,” he said. “Many people ask me why I think we’re so successful and I have one standard answer — It’s always about the people. I have been fanatical about surrounding myself with great people. A great team will bring you great success.” “At the end of the day, they’re just clothes really,” Hilfiger said.last_img read more

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Open-minded?GE CEO is the anti-Jack Welch

first_imgRe Feb. 27 article, “CEO makes case for faith in GE”: John Flannery, GE’s CEO, plans to “Reset, Refocus and Renew” GE Power. Flannery should add “GE’s CEO listens and discusses” to the list.A major cause of GE’s problems is that Jack Welch acted as a cult leader when he was CEO. Welch’s ego made him think that he was infallible. He used his managers to rubber stamp misguided strategies. The managers knew that Welch’s closing of product department labs and his laying off of thousands of engineers who were developing new materials and the next generation of turbine generators were suicidal.The managers also knew that Welch would lash out in anger and worse if anyone questioned his decisions.Had Welch allowed open discussions, the problems plaguing GE could have been averted. This is why Flannery has to listen and encourage open discussions with his people to avert fiascoes such as those caused by the “know-it-all” Welch.MARK MARKOVITZNiskayunaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesPuccioni’s two goals help Niskayuna boys’ soccer top Shaker, remain perfectFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the census Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinionlast_img read more

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Pakistan, Bangladesh try to stop Friday prayers to avert coronavirus spike

first_imgIn Bangladesh, some people were expected to go to mosques even though the government appealed to them to stay at home to reduce the risk of infections.Bangladesh’s top religious body, the Islamic Foundation, said elderly people and those with fever or cough, symptoms similar to those of COVID-19, should offer prayers at home.Bangladesh, home to 160 million people is one of the world’s most densely populated countries. So far it has had 56 cases, including six deaths.Modi’s appeal?In India which is under a strict three-week lockdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought to rally people, many of whom have lost their jobs because of the shutdown.”We are not alone. All 1.3 billion of us are in it together,” he said in a video message.The shutdown, which ends on April 14 has helped stem a big outbreak for now, but it has brought India’s economy to a shuddering halt and left millions without work.Many are struggling for food and water and fleeing cities for their villages in the hinterland, triggering criticism that the government rushed through the shutdown and has hurt the poorest the most.”I request all of us 1.3 billion Indians to switch off lights in our homes for nine minutes on Sunday, April 5 and to light a lamp or candle or use your mobile flashlights to mark this fight against the coronavirus,” Modi said.India has had 2,069 confirmed infections, of whom 53 have died, low figures by comparison with the United States, China, Italy and Spain.A fifth of the people who are infected with the coronavirus are either members of the Tablighi Jamaat, which held a gathering in a densely packed Delhi neighborhood last month, or those who came in contact with them later.Modi said social distancing must be maintained throughout, if India were to stop an epidemic which could overwhelm its public health system.The World Bank on Thursday said it had approved an initial $1.9 billion in emergency funds for coronavirus response operations in 25 developing countries, with more than half the aid earmarked to help fight the fast-spreading disease in India.”The poorest and most vulnerable countries will likely be hit the hardest,” World Bank Group President David Malpas said in a statement.Following is data on the spread of the coronavirus in South Asia, according to government figures:* Pakistan has registered 2,386 cases, including 34 deaths.* India has registered 2,069 cases, including 53 deaths.* Sri Lanka has registered 151 cases, including three deaths.* Afghanistan has registered 273 cases, including six deaths.* Bangladesh has registered 56 cases, including six deaths.* Maldives has registered 31 cases and no deaths.* Nepal has registered six cases and no deaths.* Bhutan has registered five cases and no deaths? Police in Pakistan will enforce a strict lockdown to prevent people from going to mosques to offer Friday prayers and fuel a rise in coronavirus infection, officials said, after failing to prevent large congregations last week.Health experts have warned of an epidemic in South Asia, home to a fifth of the world’s population, that could easily overwhelm its weak public health systems.But authorities in Pakistan and Bangladesh, another Muslim majority nation, and even India have struggled to persuade conservative religious groups to maintain social distancing in order to curb the spread of the virus. The government in Pakistan’s southern province of Sindh, home to the country’s largest city, Karachi, will enforce a “curfew-like” lockdown for three hours beginning 12 noon Friday to deter people from coming out of their homes for prayers, officials said.“In the greater interest of saving lives, a decision to ban the prayer congregations at mosques has been taken following a meeting of clerics from all schools of thought. Islamic Sharia allows it,” said Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, Sindh’s minister for local bodies and information.Pakistan has reported 2,386 people infected with coronavirus, the highest in south Asia, fuelled by a jump in cases related to members of Tablighi Jamaat, a Sunni Muslim group, which had planned a congregation in the city of Lahore last month.The meeting was postponed but by then hundreds of people had already arrived at the premises and they stayed on.center_img Topics :last_img read more

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A Massachusetts City Decides to Recognize Polyamorous Relationships

first_imgThe New York Times 2 July 2020Family First Comment: As we predicted.If gender doesn’t matter, why should number?“Mr. Scott, the councilman, said he had been inundated by calls and messages all day, including from lawyers interested in pursuing a similar measure at the state or federal level.”#ProtectMarriage#MarriageOneManOneWomanThe city of Somerville has broadened the definition of domestic partnership to include relationships between three or more adults, expanding access to health care.At the tail end of a City Council meeting last week, so quickly and quietly that you could have easily missed it, a left-leaning Massachusetts city expanded its notion of family to include people who are polyamorous, or maintaining consenting relationships with multiple partners.Under its new domestic partnership ordinance, the city of Somerville now?grants polyamorous groups?the rights held by spouses in marriage, such as the right to confer health insurance benefits or make hospital visits.J.T. Scott, a city councilor who supported the move, said he believed it was the first such municipal ordinance in the country.“People have been living in families that include more than two adults forever,” Mr. Scott said. “Here in Somerville, families sometimes look like one man and one woman, but sometimes it looks like two people everyone on the block thinks are sisters because they’ve lived together forever, or sometimes it’s an aunt and an uncle, or an aunt and two uncles, raising two kids.”He said he knew of at least two dozen polyamorous households in Somerville, which has a population of about 80,000.“This is simply allowing that change, allowing people to say, ‘This is my partner and this is my other partner,’” he said. “It has a legal bearing, so when one of them is sick, they can both go to the hospital.”READ MORE: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/01/us/somerville-polyamorous-domestic-partnership.htmllast_img read more

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Hoosiers are urged to ‘give with caution’

first_imgIndianapolis, In.?—?Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is cautioning Hoosiers who are considering financial support for Harvey relief efforts.Officials from the Consumer Protection Division say scammers are very active in the aftermath of a disaster. Hoosiers that are planning to donate are urged to seek out an established relief organization.Anyone contacted directly by someone soliciting funds should be very careful. Do not give any organization personal information and try to make donations through a secure web portal to an established relief organization.last_img

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Cardinals Boys Basketball Results

first_imgThe 5th Grade St. Louis Basketball team played? St. Lawrence Monday night at St. Lawrence. St. Louis was able to get out to an early lead and hold the lead the entire game. The final score was St. Louis 48, St. Lawrence 38. Jaiden Kuria lead the scoring with 18 points, followed by Caleb Mohr with 14 points, Ben Greiwe with 12 points and Tyler Reder with 4 points. Great defense and assists by Aiden Greiwe, Vincent Meneses, Leo Canessa and Sam Richardson. The team plays again tonight at St. Nicholas 6:00, please come out and cheer them on.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Tim Reder.The Cardinals 6th Graders took on the Panthers from St. Lawrence on Monday, November 19th in Lawrenceburg.? The game went down to wire where the Cardinals lost 29-27.? It was a game that was back and forth that saw the Cardinals score the most points they have in any game this season.? The Cardinals ended up having 7 players in the scoring column led by Ben Miller with 11 points.? Henry Wanstrath and Sam Laloge each had 4 points, while Zavier Tekulve, Adam Meer, Sully Hill, and Max Amberger each had 2 points.? Laloge led the team in rebounds with 4 while Santiago Schutte ended up with 3 rebounds.? Others notching rebounds were Christian Mack, Ryan Duerstock, and Mark Meneses.? The Cardinals are back at on Tuesday, November 20th when they travel to St. Nicholas.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Tekulve.St. Louis defeated Benjamin Rush 34 to 30 to bring their record to 3 and 2. Connor Miles scored 21, Carson Meyer had 10 rebounds, Hank Ritter and Thomas Lohmueller supported the effort with 5 steals each.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Chad Miles.The St Louis Cardinals 8th grade basketball team moved to 8-0 on the season tonight by defeating the Benjamin Rush Cubs by a score of 47-26. The Cardinals will be back in action tomorrow night as they will be on the road again facing the Greensburg Pirates at 6:00 pm.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Schebler.last_img read more

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Moyes makes demands of Januzaj

first_img Yet Moyes is getting irritated by the treatment being meted out to Januzaj, who had a reasonable penalty claim turned down when he was levered out of the way by Mark Noble. “We will have a word with him because his job is to make sure he does things right,” said Moyes. “But I am concerned about how many tackles he is having to take in every game. “He is getting tackled and kicked more than anybody. “He thought Collins was going to have a scythe at him and he was going to ride it. It looked a bit worse than it was.” United have been down this road before with Cristiano Ronaldo and could do worse than get Ashley Young to have a word with his team-mate given the England star has had his own issues with diving in the past. Over the past couple of games though, Young has been attempting to stay on his feet, and bouncing back up immediately if he has hit the deck. In addition, the former Aston Villa man has scored a couple of wonder goals, following up his first for 19 months at Stoke on Wednesday by curling home a delightful effort from Wayne Rooney’s lay-off to wrap up a fourth win on the trot for United. “It is like when buses come along, you get two at once,” said Young. “To get two in a week is fantastic. I am not too sure what the secret is. Shooting I guess.” Young needs to rediscover the form he showed in 2011 to become a regular feature in Moyes’ new-look United, and give him a chance of making the England World Cup squad. More immediately, he will be one of the players United need to spark at Hull on Boxing Day as they hunt a fifth successive win. It is a measure of the difficulties United have had this season that they will celebrate Christmas Day in their lowest position of the entire Premier League era. Their troubles do seem to be easing though, which cannot be said of West Ham, who were awful, remain perilously close to the drop zone and face Arsenal at Upton Park next. “We are not concerned because there is a lot of quality in our dressing room,” said long-serving defender James Tomkins. “That is the most important thing. We are experienced in this league and have experienced problems before. Hopefully we can get out of it.” Januzaj has been one of the enduring shining lights in a difficult transitional season at Old Trafford. The 18-year-old has started United’s last three Barclays Premier League games and chose Saturday’s 3-1 win over West Ham to score his first goal on home soil. David Moyes is happy to use tough love on Adnan Januzaj to ensure the Manchester United youngster fulfils his massive potential. Press Association What a beauty it was too as Januzaj stepped inside James Collins, taking him out of the play completely, before drilling home an impressive shot. Little wonder the United fans have taken him to their hearts. Moyes is mindful of expecting too much too soon from the youngster. However, that should not be confused with letting Januzaj have an easy time. “We are always going to be hard on Adnan,” said Moyes. “We will push him all the time to get more off him. He is an exceptional talent and, for an 18-year-old, he is doing remarkably well. “We have to be mindful of his age but we are really pleased with how he is doing.” Given his public stance on the curse of diving, Moyes will be uncomfortable about the fact that Januzaj has now been booked for it twice this term. His fall at the weekend was dramatic as Collins pulled out of an intended challenge, leaving the youngster flying through the air over nothing. last_img read more

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Hassan, Moriah and Singh top ECCCC awardees

first_imgTOP cricketers and contributors to the game were on Monday afternoon honoured for their outstanding achievements in 2016 when the Enmore Community Centre Cricket Club (ECCCC) hosted its annual awards ceremony.?Held in the auditorium of the East Coast Demerara club, the ceremony sought to highlight and recognise the achievements of the cricketers over the past 12 months, while serving as a platform to express gratitude to the large band of supporters of the club.The Best All-rounder of the year, which is seen as the major award, went to Imran Hassan, who chalked up 413 runs and captured 12 wickets, while East Coast Demerara franchise player, left-arm seamer Gavin Moriah, finished with the most wickets – 28 from 13 matches – including a best of 6-18 against Paradise SC in the SPR 40-over competition.Promising young talent Rudolph Singh emerged with most runs – 434 – and was also adjudged Most Improved Player of 2016, after showing considerable improvement from the previous season.The Best Batting performance prize went to another East Coast Demerara franchise player – wicketkeeper/batsman Vishwanauth Ramlakhan – who scored 114 against Calcutta SC and 87 versus Fairfield during the period under consideration. Both knocks came in the SPR 40-over competition, which the ECCCC won.The Best Bowling performance of the year went to off-spinner Chandraban Seemangal for his 7-35 in a must-win against Enterprise B in the SPR 40-over competition, while the Most Consistent player was off-spinner Satesh Jainarine, who captured wickets in 75 percent of the matches he played, and was voted the club’s Most Valuable Player in the two finals in 2016.Nandram Ganesh was unanimously voted by his teammates as the Most Disciplined player, while Jainarine was named Most Promising player and club captain Bheemraj Ramkelwan Most Committed player.ECCCC president Taajnauth Jadunauth (left) and Club captain Bheemraj Ramkelawan (right) pose with the top cricketers of the year: Imran Hassan (second left), Gavin Moriah (centre) and Rudolph Singh.Special awards were also given to caretaker/groundsman Deolall Rajkumar, treasurer Tahal Ganesh for his outstanding and selfless contribution to the club, and the club’s number one fan Narain ‘Uncle Nar’ Singh, who attended almost all the games during the past year.Meanwhile, delivering feature remarks at the function, president of the club, Taajnauth Jadunauth, told the gathering that the club will collaborate with schools in the Enmore area to recruit new members.He, however, noted that while the year was generally successful, there were some challenges, some of which were internal.“It would be further accurate to declare that the Enmore Cricket Club has been providing the people of Enmore with an avenue for recreation. Yet some people, who should know better, would not, even grudgingly, give us some recognition for that. But we will continue to do what we have to do,” Jadunauth pointed out.He added, “My disappointment is twofold. One: we are not getting younger boys to come to the Centre, regardless of which sporting interest they may have.“Whether the reason is school lessons, television or their cell phones, I am seeing a frightening situation. And I hold many parents responsible for that. Two: Some of our current players think that they are too big to be actively involved in activities to raise funds for the Club, but the same persons expect that the Club should carry their match expenses. And these are senior players.”Jadunauth also addressed the club’s young membership directly, noting that only positive outcomes can be had from their continued involvement with the ECCCC.“Over the past year I have been pleased to see our younger members stepping up to the plate and I encourage you to see this Club as the Club which brought you to where you are today.The time will come when you will have to take greater responsibility and leadership roles in the Club’s affairs. You should not shy away from those roles because they will serve to make you better persons and good leaders,” he posited.Club captain Bheemraj Ramkelawan, stressed that the club’s mandate to rid the streets of Enmore of youths who continue to engage in unwholesome activities, has been met by several stumbling blocks.“The environment that we operate under has become one of hostility. This is one of the reason why parents are reluctant to send their kids to the Centre and our club has been at the receiving end of this hostility.“I dare say that this is as a result of lack of leadership from the other Clubs who operate here. A small group of persons are allowed to intimidate our younger members and for that matter new ones also,” Ramkelawan explained.The Club captain further stated that in 2016, the club played 18 games, winning 15, a six percent increase from its winning record the previous year.The ECCCC also hosted a few fund-raising activities during the year, but was unable to stage the Inter-block softball competition, which will now be held in the first quarter of this year.Meanwhile, the club will have its Annual General Meeting and elections of office-bearers later this month, while there will be a renewed drive to increase membership, even if it means recruiting players from outside the village.last_img read more

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USC and UCLA research heat control for devices

first_imgA team of USC and UCLA students, professors and scientists has discovered advancements in thermal management of microelectronic devices such as cellphones and laptops.? On Feb. 6, both universities released a paper in Science to discuss advancements found in their research on heat control of devices.“This technique is sensitive to the bulk material, not just the surface,” said Matthew Mecklenburg, a senior staff scientist at the USC Center for Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis. “Measurements of temperatures hidden inside a device will enable better thermal management, which means faster transistors and lower power consumption. Your cellphone will hold its charge longer.”The publication released information from team members, whom were led by Mecklenburg and Chris Regan, principal investigator of research at Regan Research Group at UCLA, Department of Physics and Astronomy.The research team consisted of USC electrical engineering doctoral student Rohan Dhall, UCLA students William Hubbard and E.R. White, USC Viterbi associate professor Stephen Cronin and Shaul Aloni of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.Currently, there is not a way to accurately measure the temperature of microelectronic devices.According to the team, materials can change volume depending on the level of heat released; therefore, if one were to measure the volume or density of the material, it is possible to measure the temperature.Members of the team tested this theory using aluminum because it has large thermal expansion. The group used a transmission electron microscope to shoot an imaging beam at the material to cause the charges in the aluminum to oscillate. Previously, the charge oscillations are known to change depending on the density of the materials, but had not been used to extract a temperature until now.Mecklenburg said that manufacturers?are already using the transmission electron microscope to measure their devices’ sizes so the new technique can easily be used.“Every semiconductor manufacturer measures the size of their devices in transmission electron microscopes,” Mecklenburg said in a statement released by USC News. “Now, in the same microscope, they can measure temperature gradients in an individual device.”The new technique is called plasmon energy expansion thermometry. The advancement in heat control will help devices productivity and efficiency said Mecklenburg.The team will continue to test the technique and apply it to other materials such as silicon.Correction: A previous version of this story stated that the transmission electron microscope is used to measure temperatures. It is actually used to measure the devices’ sizes. The?Daily Trojan?regrets the error.last_img read more

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TAPP holds protest against sexual assault, University

first_img“I wanted [students] to have a face and a specific story … [and] for them to understand what this really meant and how it has devastated the lives of survivors,” said Mai Mizuno, a student and alleged victim of Tyndall who spoke at the rally. “This event serves as a reminder that this issue has not gone away, just like the trauma of our abuse has not gone away. Therefore, we will continue to stand together and knock loudly on the door of Bovard.” “What this sit-in is designed to do is to draw attention to the fact that USC is actively silencing survivors,” TAPP President-elect Alex Kriksciun said. “USC often tries to bury these things under the rug [and] hide whatever nefarious things they’re doing.” Nearly forty students sat outside Bovard with duct tape taped over their mouths to symbolize the University’s intent to silence students. They held signs that read “University of Sexual Criminals” and “USC Wants to SILENCE me”. The University hired lobbying firm Nielsen Merksamer Parrinello Gross and Leoni LLP to oppose AB 1510, which grants a one-year window so that sexual assault victims can seek claims, despite having passed the current statute of limitations of two to 10 years after the assault. “We are not going away just because it’s the last day of classes,” said Shany Ebadi, an organizer of the event and former Undergraduate Student Government co-chief diversity officer. “This is something that is a life or death struggle for a lot of people.” Trojan Advocates for Political Progress protested USC’s lobbying efforts against Bill 1510, which would extend the statute of limitations for victims of assault in campus health centers. (Daniel Hahm/Daily Trojan) The Trojan Advocates for Political Progress held a rally and sit-in in front of Bovard Auditorium Thursday to protest the University’s opposition to AB 1510, a bill that would allow victims of former campus doctors George Tyndall and Dennis Kelly’s alleged sexual abuse to file lawsuits if their statute of limitations has run out. Mizuno, a senior majoring in international relations and philosophy, politics and law, flew to Sacramento last weekend with other survivors to lobby California Assembly members to support the bill. The University has acknowledged the lawsuits against Kelly, but has not released a statement regarding an internal investigation into the allegations. “We are aware of the lawsuit and are concerned by its allegations,” the University said in a statement. “We’re working to understand the facts of this matter. We care deeply about our entire Trojan family, including our LGBTQ+ community, and take this matter very seriously.” “In the eyes of the administrators, [victims] are no more than a potential legal settlement,” said Katherine Thanos, a junior majoring in law, history and culture who helped organize the rally and spoke at it. “[Victims] are no longer a member of the Trojan family, but a skeleton to be hidden in the closet.” “USC is trying to protect themselves from consequences,” said Cameron Roper, a freshman majoring in narrative studies and cognitive sciences who attended the sit-in. “USC should be taking responsibility, they should be supporting [the bill].” At the rally, protestors demanded the University to terminate its relationship with the lobbying firm and to match the amount of money spent on lobbying against AB 1510 to fund Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Services. ?They also called for the University to release an apology to survivors and publicly acknowledge allegations against Kelly. Members of TAPP handed out flyers to students passing by, alerting them about AB 1510 and requesting them to call California senators to lobby for the bill. Victims of Tyndall and Kelly shared their testimonies in Hahn Plaza near Tommy Trojan. last_img read more

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