Laguna Beach could not get its offense in gear last Saturday in its Pop Warner Football meeting with Saddleback, and their lack of offense led to a 14 0 loss to the Golden Bears. Saddleback scored touchdowns on two of its first three possessions of the game and then kept the Seahawks off the scoreboard. Coach Dave Dopf’s Breakers won their third straight game by defeating Saddleback Tuesday, 9 4.
Ask Thomas Jessell why he has dedicated his career to understanding the neurobiology of movement, and he puts it in simple terms: “Movement is the overt expression of all behaviors without movement, intent and desire can be planned and felt but never realized.” Whether it’s the pumping heart or a flashing grin, movement is the culmination of all brain and nervous system activity. “In essence, the nervous system performs one major task,” explains Jessell, the Claire Tow Professor of Neuroscience and of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics as well as co director of the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute.
A resident of Sangam Vihar in south Delhi, he was caught riding a stolen motorcycle in his locality on Friday evening after the police received a tipoff. Eight more stolen motorcycles were recovered after his interrogation. With his arrest, the police claimed to have solved 33 motorcycle theft cases reported at different police stations in Delhi..
Although the sterilizations themselves are a significant part of the workload at the BC SPCA Kamloops Spay and Neuter Clinic, there is much to be done before and after surgery as well. Staff and volunteers spend a substantial amount of time visiting colonies, trapping cats, transporting them to the clinic for their appointment, and returning them to the remote communities they call home. While in the care of the clinic, cats are vaccinated, tattooed for identification, have their nails trimmed, and are provided post operative pain medication..
Sophia Kunthara, a junior studying journalism with an emphasis in print/digital media with a minor in global studies at Arizona State University. Kunthara has interned for The Arizona Republic, Arizona largest daily newspaper, as a breaking news reporter and a Phoenix community news reporter. She is the government finance, transparency and accountability reporter for Cronkite News, a news organization that covers public policy issues in Arizona, and the education editor of Downtown Devil, a student run online news publication covering downtown Phoenix.