FC Golf had their senior night last night splitting the 3-way match with Centerville and Cambridge City at Harbor Links.Centerville won the match with a score of 175. FC was second with a 185 and Cambridge City Lincoln shot a 208.Senior Cole Erfman fired a 46 and Senior Brad Spurlock shot a 60 to complete their home careers. Other scores for the Wildcats were Austin Hill 45, Zach Jewell 47, Chase Tolhurst 47, Evan McKinney 51, Brandon Cowen 55, Tyler Norris 57, Trent Meyer 58, Dylan Bennet 64, Will Wade 65, and Austin Bohman 68.FC will travel to Milan on Thursday.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Dustin Riley.
USC reached an $89,142 settlement with the California Department of Toxic Substances Control for alleged violations of the California Health and Safety Code involving unauthorized transport and storage of hazardous waste, DTSC said in a press release Wednesday. According to settlement documents, between 2013 and 2015, USC allegedly shipped 7.5 tons of hazardous waste including the harmful chemicals toluene, hydrochloric acid and chloroform to its Soto Street Building Annex in Los Angeles, which houses USC Environmental Health and Safety and DPS offices. The settlement also alleges that USC failed to prepare a manifest to inform the DTSC of the waste transportation. USC reached the settlement with DTSC in mid-December last year. Of the $89,142, $47,142 was paid out to the DTSC, and $42,000 was given to ‘supplemental environmental projects,’ the settlement documents say, through a DTSC program that encourages using settlement cases to fund programs to improve California environmental health. The payments include a $35,000 payment to the Coalition for Clean Air, which will use the money to install community-based air quality monitoring devices in the Wilmington-San Pedro region of Los Angeles, according to the DTSC news release. “We expect to add 50 to 100 new monitors that will collect data about the levels of health destroying particulate matter emitted from trucks, refineries and rail yards, particularly along the Alameda Corridor,” Victor Polanco, a CCA project manager, said in an email to the Daily Trojan.Furthermore, USC is making a $7,000 payment to Nurturing Students with Nature to aid its goal of providing environmental education to urban Los Angeles students, through experiences in nature spaces throughout the region. “DTSC continues to hold violators accountable and protect public health, and at the same time promote projects that benefit communities most burdened by pollution,” DTSC Director Barbara Lee said in statement emailed to the Daily Trojan. “The Department appreciates that USC agreed to fund two projects that will help improve the lives and health outcomes of some of California’s most vulnerable residents.”Along with the payments, USC is subject to increased inspection by DTSC to ensure future compliance with hazardous waste regulations, the settlement documents say. University administration said that while they deny the allegations, they chose to settle putting funds into community health projects rather than toward a legal case with DTSC. “USC disputes the allegations by DTSC, but instead of expending resources on litigation with DTSC at this time, it makes better sense to put those resources to good use on projects that protect community health,” USC administration said in a statement emailed to the Daily Trojan. “USC fully complies with environmental laws and puts community health front and center as a priority.”CORRECTION: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated, and contained a photo that incorrectly identified, the building in which USC allegedly stored hazardous waste. The photo has been removed. The Daily Trojan regrets this error.
Of course, the Portuguese did not want to add fuel to the fire and refused to reveal what Pep Guardiola said. “What happens in the field stays in the field,” he said to settle the matter. Bruno Fernandes has hardly two months wearing the Manchester United jersey and is already a legend for fans of Old TraffordIt all started in the crash of Premier that confronted him Manchester City, with victory for the red evils 2-0. During a set of the match, the Portuguese footballer had ‘stiff’ with Pep Guardiola, to the one who ordered to be silent, putting his finger to his mouth. Now Bruno Fernandes explained the action in an interview with Sky Sports. “I have a lot of respect for Pep, his successes and what he brought to football, but at that time nor showed me no respect. So why should I respect it?“The 25-year-old United footballer said.” I spoke to some friends about it and many think: ‘Pep won everything … Who is Bruno to do this to?’ But at that moment, the words he says to me make me crazy “, Bruno Fernandes continued recounting the action that went around the world and that has quickly placed him at the top of the idols of the amateur red evils.