Tallulah Farrow turned down 44 scholarship offers to pick Colorado

Canberra tennis player Tallulah Farrow had 45 American coaches chasing her signature before she accepted a scholarship at Colorado University. It wasn’t a smooth process with Farrow making two whirlwind 48-hour trips to America to comply with NCAA rules, before she eventually chose the Buffaloes. Canberra tennis player Tallulah Farrow has secured a scholarship at Colorado University. CREDIT:SITTHIXAY DITTHAVONG The 17-year-old wants to follow fellow Canberran and “freak talent” Nick Kyrgios into the professional ranks after she graduates in four years. Farrow trains under Todd Larkham – the same junior coach as Kyrgios –…

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How IITs Turned From Nehru’s Vision of Technology To Catering Engineers for MNCs

The India Institutes of Technology (IITs) – often considered by the general masses as the ‘holy cows’ of technical education in India, and recognised in higher education circles as National Institutes of Importance – are in fact premier institutes of the country that have, of late, come under scathing public criticism. This has intensified after they failed to be among the top 100 universities in the QS and the Times Higher Education global rankings. Strangely enough, though they find a place in the top ten institutes in the MHRD-backed India rankings,…

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This is what turned Australia legend Ricky Ponting’s career around

Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has made an interesting revelation about his career. He says his promotion in the batting order from number six to three during the 2001 Ashes series initiated a great turnaround and gave him the opportunity to prove his worth in the team. Before the Ashes series in England, Ponting had a horrid tour of historic tour to India, which the hosts won 2-1. Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh had made all the Australian batters, including Ponting, dance to his tunes as none of them was able to…

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Morning Report: SD Schools Turned to Online Classes for Struggling Seniors

On Wednesday, we posted the first part of our effort to understand how San Diego Unified reached a record-breaking 92 percent graduation rate for the class of 2016. It took Mario Koran a while to pin down just what it was 92 percent of — and it wasn’t even close to 92 percent of the kids who started their freshman year as part of that class. Now we look at the group that did graduate. According to the district’s numbers “15 percent of students in the class of 2016 had more…

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Having a toddler left me with out a profession path. It turned into the high-quality component to occur

I’d been running as a copywriter for a year earlier than I fell pregnant. I cherished getting the tube into London’s Farringdon each morning, taking element in innovative meetings and conjuring puns all day – but I also felt ready to have a toddler. So while, at forty weeks pregnant, my settlement robotically terminated I felt each liberated and a little bit scared. fortuitously, I’d been capable of put apart a massive percentage of my monthly pay and work proper up until week 40 of my being pregnant, giving me…

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