first_imgDo you want experience working at Harvard’s longest-running arts festival and get behind the scenes with the arts? The Office for the Arts invites you to be a part of Arts First, on Saturday, May 4, 2019! We are seeking volunteers to help set up, clean up, greet audience members, hand out Arts First guides, and keep performance venues running smoothly. No experience necessary.  Open to everyone! All volunteers get a free Arts First T-shirt.If interested, please fill out this form here.Contact Marin Orlosky Randow, Arts First coordinator, with questions at [email protected]last_img


first_imgView digital marketing as a holistic system.Credit unions continue to perceive digital marketing as an assortment of various technologies and platforms.There’s the website.And then there’s email.Throw in some social media as well.And let’s not forget about online video.However, the implementation of these different digital technologies results in a disjointed experience, both for the consumer as well as the internal operations of the bank or credit union.This mentality needs to change.Digital Marketing is Like The BodyThis changes begins by shifting the perspective of how digital marketing is perceived by credit unions.And to help explain the comprehensive outlook of digital marketing, we compare it to the human body. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The Adelaide Oval, the venue for the first Test between Australia and India on December 6, might provide an advantage to both teams. According to the curator, the wicket will have some grass and assistance for the bowlers. This is good news for both teams, who have a very good pace attack. Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins have all shown their class in previous encounters while India has a very good line-up in the form of Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav. The curator, Damien Hough, believes this will provide an even contest between bat and ball.Read More |Virat Kohli’s India aim to avoid collapse syndrome in Australia Tests”We do the same preparation for red-ball cricket and pink-ball cricket at Shield level. The best way to get an even contest is to leave some grass on there and get that balance between bat and ball. Right now, we really feel that this is where it’s at for the pitch,” Hough told the Weekend Australian paper.Read More |Virat Kohli enjoys batting if someone has a go at him: Tim PaineHowever, unlike the last three years, the match between Australia and India will be a Day affair and not a Day-Night Test. According to the current ICC Playing Conditions, a home nation can only host a day-night Test match “with the agreement of the Visiting Board” and India confirmed in May 2018 that they want the match played with a traditional red ball. Hough said it made no difference to their preparation.Read More |Kohli focused only on cricket, not on confrontations vs Australia”We won’t do anything differently. The preparation will be the same. The only difference is we get the covers off earlier and we start earlier,” Hough addedIn 2015, Adelaide hosted the first-ever Pink Ball Day-Night Test between Australia and New Zealand. The match was a huge success with the crowd turning up in great numbers on each day. Australia won the game by three wickets and the match ended in three days. In 2016, they hosted South Africa while in 2017, they played the first-ever Pink Ball Ashes contest against England. All the games were won by Australia.The venue has been a lucky hunting ground for Virat Kohli, the Indian cricket team skipper. His first century was 116 against Australia in the 2011/12 tour but his crowning achievement was centuries in both innings (115,141) in the 2014 Test which almost gave India a famous win. In ODIs, he smashed a brilliant 107 in the 2015 World Cup to give India their sixth win over Pakistan. In Twenty20 Internationals, his highest score of 90 came at this venue against Australia in 2016. last_img read more