The Office of Information Technologies (OIT) sent out an email Wednesday afternoon to the Notre Dame student body alerting it to phishing emails sent in the last few days.The phishing scam involves “an offer for employment or opportunity to participate in a work-study program, and requests contact and personal information,” the OIT email said.Students should not respond and delete the email, OIT suggested. OIT’s security team is currently investigating.To report additional information, contact the OIT Help Desk at (574) 631-8111 or email@example.comTags: emails, OIT, phishing, scam
We’ve been waiting for it! Hamilton’s America, the highly anticipated documentary chronicling the making of Broadway hot ticket Hamilton, aired on PBS on October 21, and Hamil-fans are talking about it non-stop. (Still haven’t seen it? Watch and play #Ham4Bingo here!) What began as an idea for a mixtape became the toast of the Great White Way, the hip-hop industry and beyond; there were so many touching, revealing and even silly moments during Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Ham fam’s journey to Broadway, but here are 10 that blew us away!1. LMM Writing in Burr’s BedroomSomeone must have known Miranda’s Ham-jams were going to lead to something truly revolutionary if he got permission to write in Aaron Burr’s crib. Hamilton’s America director and producer (and Miranda’s college roommate) Alex Horwitz captures the master at work.2. Nas Drops Serious Hip-Hop KnowledgeWatching LMM geek out over his own idols is the best. He does so in a sit-down with hip-hop legend Nas. “In hip-hop, no one can tell you you’re wrong—unless the rhymes are whack,” Nas said. “But no one can tell you you’re wrong. It’s your truth.” Preach, Nas, preach.3. A Sit-Down with Sondheim and WeidmanOur turn to geek out: Miranda interviews Assassins and Pacific Overtures duo Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman, and we’re still recovering. The titanic theater trio discusses grappling with putting decades of history on stage in a way that gets audiences on their feet.4. Ham Cabinet MeetingTalk about the room where it happens! We’ve always wanted to be a fly on the wall in a think-tank sesh with LMM, music jack-of-all-trades Alex Lacamoire and director Thomas Kail. They hang around the piano at Lac’s house, discussing “The Story of Tonight” (of course).5. “Thomas Jefferson SUCKS.”Yeah, he said it. Each cast member delves into the ethics of the character(s) they are playing. Daveed Diggs puts Jefferson bluntly: “He can have written this incredible document with things that we all believe in. And he sucks! Those are both true.”6. Chris Jackson’s Mount Vernon VisitOne of the most powerful moments occurs when Christopher Jackson visits the slave quarters at George Washington’s home. “From the moment I knew I was going to be playing him, that was the first thing that came to my mind: the reality of the fact that he owned people,” Jackson says.7. “Hamilton Was an Asshole!”Miranda has had ample opportunity to discuss Hamilton’s delightful and dastardly qualities. However, historian Joanne Freeman has a frank take on him and (according to LMM himself) the best line in the entire documentary: “He was an arrogant, irritating asshole!”8. President Obama Being a Hamil-fanMr. Prez nods along to LMM’s Hamilton rhymes during the White House performances (both in 2009 and 2016). There’s ample footage from both. Good luck trying not to tear up at the shot of President Obama while Christopher Jackson sings, “One Last Time.”9. Leslie Odom Jr. and LMM’s “Duel”Nowadays, feuds can happen as quickly as someone can type out 140 characters on Twitter. LOJ and LMM head to the Museum of American Finance to take a peek at some artifacts surrounding Hamilton and Burr’s duel, including their lengthy correspondence and the pistols.10. “We’re Going to Broadway!”Hamilton opened off-Broadway at The Public on February 17, 2015, and as Miranda puts it: “Everybody freaked out.” What follows that opening is a hype montage that ends with producer Jeffrey Seller telling the company, “We’re going to Broadway.” The rest is history, wonderfully captured by Hamilton’s America. View Comments Photo: Caitlin McNaney & PBS
Former Iowa defensive end John Raymon is transferring to Syracuse, according to a Scout.com article published Monday.The former Hawkeye withdrew from classes and left Iowa in October after experiencing a rocky relationship with defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski, according to a Jan. 3 Scout.com article. The Newton, Pa. native also told the website that homesickness and personal issues ultimately led him to transfer from Iowa.Scout.com rated the 6-foot-5, 240 lb. Raymon as a three-star recruit coming out of Council Rock North High School in New Town, Pa. where he recorded 28 tackles in an injury-shortened senior season. As a junior, he finished with 59 tackles, including four sacks.Raymon turned down scholarship offers from North Carolina State, West Virginia, Purdue, Illinois, Maryland and Temple to join Iowa, according to an article published in The Gazette on Feb. 11, 2011.Despite his high school success, he never saw any time on the field during his brief and tumultuous stint with theHawkeyes.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the Jan. 3 article on Scout.com, Raymon said he was considering Temple or West Chester as prospective programs to join after leaving Iowa, but will instead suit up with the Orange.firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Published on June 25, 2012 at 8:17 pm Contact Jacob: email@example.com | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+
French veteran Thierry Henry has brought down the curtain on a stellar career, announcing his retirement from football on Tuesday.Henry, 37, ended his four-and-a-half-year stay with MLS club New York Red Bulls earlier this month ahead of his contract expire at the end of the year.The former France international, who won the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 as he amassed 123 international caps, was linked with an emotional return to Arsenal.But Henry – Arsenal’s all-time leading goalscorer with 228 goals – has decided to call time on his career, making the announcement via his official Facebook page.Henry will work as a pundit for Sky Sports next year.”After 20 years in the game I have decided to retire from professional football,” Henry wrote.”It has been an incredible journey and I would like to thank all the fans, teammates and individuals involved with AS Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal FC, FC Barcelona, the New York Red Bulls and of course the French National Team that have made my time in the game so special. “It is now time for a different career path and I am pleased to say that I will be returning to London and joining Sky Sports.”I will hopefully,share some of the insights, observations and experiences I have learnt over the years with you guys.”I have had some amazing memories [mostly good!] and a wonderful experience. I hope you have enjoyed watching as much as I have enjoyed taking part.”See you on the other side…”Henry enjoyed a trophy-laden career, winning titles in three different countries. After lifting the Ligue 1 title with Monaco in 1996-97, Henry went on to claim two Premier League titles, three FA Cups as well as two Community Shields during his Arsenal spell.He also clinched two La Liga crowns and the 2008-09 UEFA Champions League among others as a Barcelona player.