Read Full Story Student leaders from across Harvard’s graduate and professional schools will gather in the Barker Center on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016 for the second “Student Leader Convening on Addressing Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at Harvard.” In the wake of the devastating revelations of last year’s AAU Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct, this event is intended as a platform for students engaged in prevention work to discuss strategies, share best practices, and develop collaborations in the service of creating a healthier, safer, more inclusive university environment.Sponsored by the Provost’s Office, the convening will feature small-group strategy sessions, a workshop on orientation sexual assault and harassment training, and a data panel with experts from across the schools.The convening is catered and free to attend. All interested graduate students are invited to apply at https://goo.gl/forms/ZTBFdxF4Z6Dq7LdZ2
Cardiff are currently battling to avoid relegation, standing six points from safety with just five games left. “It’s a big blow because Craig has been a player who’s made things happen for us,” Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told BBC Wales Sport. “We’ve just got to find out how severe it is. ” It’s very unfortunate because he has been terrific. But that’s football. Sometimes you can’t pick everyone you want. Every team has injuries.” Cardiff visit Southampton on Saturday, after which they face appointments with Stoke, Sunderland, Newcastle and Chelsea. Cardiff winger Craig Noone looks set to miss the rest of this season after suffering an abdominal injury. Press Association Noone, who joined Cardiff from Brighton in 2012, was hurt during last Saturday’s 3-0 Barclays Premier League home defeat against Crystal Palace. And the 26-year-old is now poised to seek specialist advice in the United States, with a Cardiff spokesman stating it is likely that Noone will be sidelined for the remainder of this term .