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Kolkata: Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum on 8 April became only the second cricketer to complete 9, In an acceptance letter dated May 24, 2008 Pixar/Disney Samantha – Her, and delayed again, Talk about breaking the mood. only to learn.well never mind (Featured dialogue: "You neednt be scared We have the magic rocks They will keep us safe") But theres one thing you can say about Shyamalans movies: He truly believes in our innocence to an almost touching degree Maybe thats why his latest Split sort of works It doesnt demand too much from us in the suspension-of-disbelief department and the whole thing doesnt hinge on a clamorous bang of a surprise ending (The surprise is maybe more of a clink) In Split which he both wrote and directed three young women are abducted creepily by a twitchy germaphobe played by James McAvoyhe knocks them out with some etherlike substance before whisking them off to the obligatory locked secluded chamber That makes Split seem like a fairly predictable thriller and in some ways it is: Shyamalans skill as a filmmakerhis instincts for crisp editing his knack for navigating shifting points of viewhave always been stronger than his ideas Thats true here too yet Split is compulsively watchable Shyamalan takes care in building the mood early on hinting maybe that one of the young women actually knows the abductor The early kidnaping scene is creepy because its a little bit dreamy: Just as the women cant believe whats happening we cant be totally sure we know what were watching That mild confusion is part of the films design and McAvoys character is key He goes by several names in Split because as you can guess by the films title he suffers from multiple-personality disorder (clinically called dissociative personality disorder) McAvoy attacks each of these personasa prattling innocent preteen a persnickety schoolmarm type in a turtleneck and heelswith relish If theres a hambone element at work herewhat actor doesnt warm to these types of nutty multiple-personality rolesMcAvoy also channels some genuine anguish when it counts Though much of the movies plot follows the stock "girls trapped in a sick dudes secret lair" its relatively un-sadistic and only mildly grisly Now and then the womens captor visits them sometimes with kinky intent Whats up with this guy they ask themselves and we wonder the same Jessica Sulas Marcia is the relative throwaway character the hottie who isnt quite as smart as the other two Claire (Haley Lu Richardson recently seen in The Edge of Seventeen) has more spark and stands a better chance of matching wits with McAvoys multifaceted sicko But its Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy of The Witch) who comes closest to unlocking his secrets Like him shes a misfit an outlier Her awkwardness is at least partly attributable to her troubled childhood which Shyamalan dramatizes in flashback with reasonable effectiveness Split is ostensibly about lots of things: The demons that live inside us for one; the tactics humans use to overcome childhood trauma for another In the endafter the not-so-shocking final twistthe picture doesnt delve very deep (Betty Buckley appears as a progressive and controversial therapist who believes her patients possess special gifts Shes a sympathetic presence but you know exactly where her character is headed) But for the most part Shyamalan keeps you guessing here and there employing an arty effecta victim reflected in a predators eye for instance Sometimes its overkill but thats Shyamalan for you He believes wholeheartedly that he can make us believeand sometimes thats enough Contact us at [email protected] percent of female American voters say they have experienced sexual harassment according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday the majority of which has occurred in the workforce The poll’s findings come at a time when sexual harassment allegations against prominent figures are emerging almost daily rocking everything from movie sets and television show writing rooms to newsrooms and Capitol Hill During the time the poll was conducted sexual misconduct allegations emerged against Minnesota Sen Al Franken former President George HW Bush and Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore The workplace was the most prominent place for sexual harassment; 69% of women polled said it happened to them at work Forty-five percent said it happened to them on the streets and 43% said it took place in social settings Only 15 percent said it happened at home Comparatively only 20% of men said they had experienced sexual harassment However nearly everyone polled 88% of men and 89% of women said it is a major issue and 55% said they have a better grasp of it because of recent media coverage The Quinnipiac poll was conducted among 1 415 voters across the country from November 15 to November 20 and has a margin of error of 31 percentage points Write to Alana Abramson at [email protected] week the aviation department called for Kennedy to remove DiLorenzo as provost in a detailed two-and-half page resolutionThe resolution was passed by aviation faculty 32-0 with two members abstainingKennedy penned a letter last week to department chair Jim Higgins and the department outlining their concerns and plans to address themIn the letter posted to the UND Today blog Kennedy claims that the department’s concerns were not brought up to the administration beforehand"I remain perplexed as to why you or the leaders copied did not seek a meeting to bring these issues to me prior to the faculty deciding to take this action" Kennedy wroteHiggins said he understands why Kennedy may feel that the resolution was sudden adding that the department is also surprised it got to this point as wellHowever the issues the resolution brings up are not new Higgins saidIn 2015 a survey was conducted by faculty members regarding the transparency and openness of each administrative office including the provost’s office Around 350 of the 836 faculty members at UND responded to that survey which showed that more than 70 percent of respondents thought DiLorenzo was "not at all" or "not very" transparent and open in the office More than 70 percent of the respondents also lacked confidence in the provost’s office"I can assure you that these issues were long-brewing long-simmering" Higgins told the Herald Tuesday adding that the faculty felt that now was the right time to go forward with the resolutionKennedy told the Herald last week that he plans to leave the provost in place but expressed concern about the resolution"Clearly when our aviation department is concerned I’m concerned" he said "They’re a premier program for us one of the jewels of the university that we at the university level are committed to keeping a jewel into the future"Kennedy met with faculty members with aviation department last week to discuss their concerns"We’re still hopeful that the president will go with our resolution and do the right thing as we outlined in our resolution" Higgins said adding that faculty members appreciate Kennedy taking the time to meet with them and express their concernsThe choice to write the resolution did not happen overnight Higgins said "It was a long-standing situation but probably the last straw was the removal of the financial decision-making with our flight training rates" Higgins saidDiLorenzo is requiring that flight training rates paid by aviation students be subject to the review of a committee lacking any aviation experience according to the resolutionThe aviation department has set the rates for decades because the department knows how things should be funded to ensure that flight instruction is safe and they have the proper resources Higgins said He added that the department worries about what the long-term implications of having a non-aviation committee could mean for safety going forward"When it comes to aviation it’s just absolutely critical that the aviation expertise people are the ones making those critical safety and operational decisions" he saidWeekly meetings have been planned for the next several months with DiLorenzo aerospace Dean Paul Lindseth and UND Vice President of Finance and Operations Jed Shivers In addition Kennedy has committed to meeting with aviation faculty members on a monthly basisHiggins said while he thinks it’s a good thing when people gather to discuss a situation like this the department is "critically stressed" The department hopes that having these "high-level talks" will help them be "resourced appropriately""We have a lot of students here with waiting lists and we need classrooms we need all kinds of things" Higgins said "We’re very thankful for the fact that we have an increased number of students the university needs that right now for sure but we also need the resources to adequately handle that"As outlined in their resolution Higgins said the department has had a shortened length of time to hire new faculty to help lower that ratio Higgins said that those looking to make a move in academia typically begin their job search in December This year their request to recruit new faculty for the fall 2018 semester wasn’t approved until MayHiggins hopes going forward problems will be able to be resolved and their concerns addressed"Hopefully going forward we’re going to be able to solve this and move on and heal" he saidThe Oyo State Government recently declared that it has uncovered about 7000 ghost workers in its civil and public service in the last one year The Commissioner of Information and Orientation Mr Bosu Oladele spoke in Ibadan the state capital at a roundtable organised bythe League of Veteran Journalists in the state The commissioner who said a search for such workers is ongoing explained that they were discovered through staff audit and biometric exercise According to him the search will be extended to local governments and the pension’s board to expose those feeding fat on government revenue Oladele however said despite the discovery the state has about 38000 workers and 38000 pensioners who receive monthly income from the treasury He said the resources from the Federation Account are inadequate to meet the overhead To overcome the shortfall in revenue and the gap created between the administration’s goal of developing the state the commissioner said the Abiola Ajimobi administration would increase the Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) he says. 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