Incoming Editor-in-Chief announces editors

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first_imgTags: Editors Six new editors will join The Observer’s Editorial Board in 2014-15 and one current editor will retain her spot, incoming Editor-in-Chief Ann Marie Jakubowski announced Friday.Sophomores Lesley Stevenson, Mary Green, Wei Lin and Gabriela Leskur and juniors Allie Tollaksen and Keri O’Mara will assume positions on the Editorial Board after Spring Break. Junior Kelly Konya will continue as Saint Mary’s Editor, no longer interim.Stevenson, a resident of Breen-Phillips Hall and native of Memphis, Tenn., will serve as News Editor. Majoring in film, television and theatre with a minor in journalism, ethics and democracy, Stevenson joined The Observer in fall 2012 and has since covered this year’s ND Forum on Women in Leadership and the 2014 student government election.Green hails from Tampa, Fla., and lives in Pangborn Hall. She majors in film, television and theatre and English, with a minor in journalism, ethics and democracy. Green will serve as Sports Editor after covering women’s basketball and men’s swimming and spending the past year as Interhall Editor.Lin, a resident of Knott Hall and native of New York, will serve as Photo Editor. He majors in accounting, economics and Chinese and joined The Observer as a photographer in November 2012. He became a nightly photo editor in March 2013 and also writes for the News department intermittently.Leskur will take over as Viewpoint Editor. A native of Cleveland, and resident of Farley Hall, she majors in the Program of Liberal Studies with an anthropology minor. Leskur currently writes for The Observer’s Scene Department, including a popular recurring column titled “Gabriela’s Double Dog Dare.”Tollaksen, from Racine, Wis., majors in psychology and minors in poverty studies. The Farley Hall resident will be Scene Editor after joining the staff last year and serving as Associate Scene Editor this semester.O’Mara, a resident of Welsh Family Hall, will serve as Graphics Editor. Hailing from Albany, N.Y., she majors in graphic design and minors in peace studies. O’Mara has done design work for the Arts and Letters Office of Communication, Scholastic Magazine, Junior Class Council and the student peace conference.Konya will continue as Saint Mary’s Editor. The Le Mans Hall resident and Twinsburg, Ohio, native majors in English writing and English literature and has experience as Associate Saint Mary’s Editor last semester and current interim editor.last_img read more


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first_img Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker said on Twitter: “Love from Becker family to Sir Kenny Dalglish!!” Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher tweeted: “Hopeful Kenny will be rid of the virus ASAP.” Ian Rush formed a prolific partnership with Dalglish during their playing days at Liverpool and the Welshman took to Twitter to give his old team-mate his best wishes. “Wishing a speedy recovery to the best…Sir Kenny Dalglish. Get well soon,” he wrote. Dalglish won the Scottish league title with Celtic as a player on four occasions before signing for Liverpool in 1977. At Anfield, he captured eight English league titles, two FA Cups, five League Cups and three European Cups as a player and in two managerial spells. In his Liverpool playing career, he scored 172 goals in 515 games. Read Also: Dalglish’s son thanks well-wishers after Liverpool legend gets virus As well as his role in Liverpool’s golden era in the 1970s and 1980s, Dalglish received plaudits for supporting victims’ families after 96 fans died in the 1989 Hillsborough stadium disaster. He also coached Blackburn to the 1995 Premier League title. Almost 10,000 people in Britain have so far died as a result of the coronavirus. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish was discharged from hospital on Saturday after testing positive for coronavirus and hailed medical staff as “absolutely brilliant.”center_img Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth Dalglish, 69, found he had the virus after being admitted to hospital on Wednesday for treatment for a separate infection which required intravenous antibiotics. “They (the hospital staff) were absolutely brilliant,” Dalglish told the Sunday Post. “As a nation, we are all very fortunate to have them and I wish them all well as they work tirelessly to help the country through this pandemic.” He added: “People may think my name got me the best of care but every patient in the National Health Service gets the best of care.” On Friday, Dalglish’s family said that he had tested positive for COVID-19 despite having previously displayed no symptoms of the illness. Earlier Saturday, Dalglish’s son thanked the world of football for the “truly humbling” messages of support. Paul Dalglish, also a former player, tweeted: “It’s not my place to comment on my old man, he can do that for himself in due course. “Truly humbling messages from supporters of all teams. “I’m sure we can all agree this is more important than football and that we are all united to support the NHS. Stay safe everyone.” Dalglish’s daughter, Sky Sports presenter Kelly Cates, also shared a message of thanks to fans for their kind words and well wishes. “Thank you so much for your lovely messages and I’m really sorry I can’t reply to them all,” she tweeted.last_img read more