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Volunteers assembled hygiene kits for Hurricane Harvey evacuees

first_imgFacebook Taylor Boserhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-boser/ CASA of Tarrant County advocates for children in foster care Twitter Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Linkedin + posts TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history ReddIt Facebook Taylor Boser Taylor Boserhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-boser/ Previous articleFrog Corps Director Steps DownNext articleChancellor calls for TCU to ‘help fight the anger’ at Fall Convocation Taylor Boser RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR printApproximately 80 volunteers filed in and out of the Brown-Lupton University Union auditorium last week, donating their time and efforts to help those in need after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.The TCU community donated an assortment of items used to create hygiene kits that will be given to evacuees staying at local shelters. These items included shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, deodorant and combs. They also were in need of disposable razors, backpacks and gallon-sized plastic storage bags.There was a total of 106 hygiene-kit bags made for women and 109 bags made for men during the five-hour event.“Within our community here at TCU, we are just an incredibly compassionate and giving, caring community,” said Vanessa Roberts Bryan, assistant dean of Student Development Services.Even though TCU wasn’t directly affected by the hurricane, there are almost 900 students who are from the affected areas.“To be an ethical leader and a responsible citizen, you have to work together as a team or as a community to kind of spearhead efforts and then to create positive change in the world,” Roberts Bryan said.Volunteers wrote positive notes that were put in the bags as a reminder that TCU cares.At the end of the packing event, the volunteers loaded up a truck full of the donations.The donations were sent to Tarrant Area Food Bank, because the Goodwill warehouse was full. The items are being sorted and will be sent off to local evacuee shelters.Non-perishable food items and cases of water can also be donated to Tarrant Area Food Bank.To stay informed on more volunteer opportunities regarding Hurricane Harvey, visit relief.tcu.edu. Twitter Taylor Boserhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-boser/ The Frog Family spent the day volunteering to help Hurricane Harvey victims. Majority of faculty votes yes on DEI ballot World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Linkedin ReddIt Counseling available as TCU mourns a student’s death Ash Wednesday marks start of Lent I am a senior journalism major from the great city of Chicago. Watching E! News while eating a Chipotle burrito is my favorite pastime. Go Cowboys! Taylor Boserhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-boser/last_img read more

Arsenal see of Tottenham in derby

first_imgArsenal continued their fine home record against Tottenham by handing their north London rivals a first defeat of the season.Olivier Giroud scored his fourth goal this term when he tucked in Theo Walcott’s low cross at the near post.Andros Townsend had a shot saved in an open start, while Hugo Lloris denied Giroud and Walcott after the break.Wojciech Szczesny stopped Jermain Defoe’s deflected shot as Arsenal moved fourth in the Premier League table.There was one worry for Arsenal fans as midfielder Jack Wilshere came off before half-time but Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said afterwards it was illness rather than injury that prompted the 21-year-old’s withdrawal. That will potentially be a relief to England boss Roy Hodgson, who has two upcoming World Cup qualifiers, starting on Friday. This absorbing encounter lacked the high-scoring of the 5-2 victories the Gunners have enjoyed over Spurs for the last two seasons. But a fourth consecutive win since they lost to Aston Villa on the opening day was a perfect response from the Gunners to taunts about Arsene Wenger’s lack of spending compared with Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas.Tottenham have only won once at Arsenal since 1993 and, despite creating several good openings, it was Arsenal who enjoyed the more clear-cut opportunities, Santi Cazorla twice showing his invention from clever free-kicks early on.Villas-Boas has spent close to £107m on new players this summer but while his side look powerful, they were often lacking the speed of an Arsenal team with more Premier League experience – and it was an illustration of what they might miss without Gareth Bale, who is set to complete his move to Real Madrid.The first-half goal that won the game was a case in point as the ball was swept out to Walcott on the right, the Tottenham defence misjudging their attempt to move up and catch the Gunners attack offside, and the England winger crossed low for the darting Giroud to poke in at the near post.Arsenal also came close to adding to that goal when some sharp interplay led to Walcott bursting into the inside right channel but the advancing Lloris came out to thwart him on the edge of his penalty area with an expertly timed tackle. Wenger’s team, looking comfortable, were then deflated as Wilshere was withdrawn, to be replaced by new signing Mathieu Flamini making his first Arsenal appearance since April 2008.Tottenham were more energetic and had more of the ball after the break. They had a penalty appeal when Laurent Koscielny made contact with Roberto Soldado in the penalty area.But it was the hosts who again carved out the better openings as they struck on the break, Giroud drawing a superb stop from Lloris after his shot was deflected by Danny Rose. The French goalkeeper also denied Walcott twice, substitute Nacho Monreal making a hash of the follow-up from the second of those chances.Defoe was introduced after 69 minutes and had a deflected effort superbly stopped by Szczesny and new Spurs signing Erik Lamela came on for his debut as Spurs pressed for the equaliser.The visitors were not helped by a nasty ankle injury suffered by midfielder Etienne Capoue, and although at one point Villas-Boas sprinted down the touchline to urge his team on, they looked short of the extra spark that Bale so often provided last season.last_img read more