Brasenose college JCR received no nominations for Executive positions in the run up to its annual elections.There were no applicants for the positions of JCR President, Vice President and Treasurer for 2011 by the deadline at midnight this Monday.Returning Officer Rebecca Hill, who is organising this year’s JCR elections, said that she had been “surprised by the lack of enthusiasm” and that it was “unusual”.JCR President Paul Gladwell agreed, “Having no nominations was disappointing, but I think it reflects that people are apprehensive about taking on such a time commitment. Also, people often just don’t want to run and lose.”The news has caused concerns about the fate of the JCR among some Brasenose students, and one second year student suggested the lack of applicants was the result of negative student opinion about the JCR.He said, “As the Cashmore affair proved, the JCR is toothless and that maybe a reason why people are not running.“It’s a shame that no one put themselves forward originally and any one that does the job probably does not want to do it out of conviction. This is not what we want from our JCR.” However, Gladwell dismissed the comments, saying that this is “a ridiculous idea that devalues both the good relations between the JCR and the SCR and college staff and the respectful and casual student atmosphere at Brasenose.”The application deadline was extended to Wednesday night and Gladwell confirmed that there have now been multiple applicants for each position.He said, “What is good is that we now have some solid candidates who are keen to build on what the JCR has already achieved.”
Leslie Odom Jr. in ‘Hamilton'(Photo: Joan Marcus) You’ll be back?! After Hamilton ‘s creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda revealed that he’s open to returning to the hit tuner over the years in the titular role, Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. has admitted that he wouldn’t mind revisiting Aaron Burr. “Absolutely! I would do this part in this show anywhere in the world at anytime,” the Broadway.com vlogger told The Hollywood Reporter. “I love this show; I love this part.”Odom Jr. originated the role of Burr in Hamilton off-Broadway and received a 2016 Tony Award for playing the character on the Main Stem; he is set to depart the musical on July 9, along with Miranda. Odom Jr. made his Great White Way debut in Rent; he also appeared in the original cast of Leap of Faith on the Main Stem. His screen credits include Smash. Odom Jr.’s self-titled jazz album is out via S-Curve Records now.What about the star’s future projects? As Broadway.com broke yesterday, Odom Jr. has been workshopping a stage adaptation of The Sting in the Robert Redford role. Star Files View Comments Related Shows from $149.00 Hamilton Leslie Odom Jr.
Published on March 12, 2018 at 4:00 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (3-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) fell seven spots in the Inside Lacrosse rankings to No. 13 following an 18-7 thrashing at home against now-No. 10 Johns Hopkins last Saturday.Just as the Orange dropped seven spots following the loss, the Blue Jays jumped seven spots following their win. SU’s other loss this season came at the hands of now-unanimous No. 1 Albany, who knocked off No. 2 Maryland, 11-10, on Saturday.Elsewhere around the ACC, Duke (6-1) remained at No. 3 this week following a 13-9 win against No. 8 Loyola. No. 4 Notre Dame (3-1) rose seven spots following it’s 11-9 win over No. 5 Denver and No. 14 North Carolina (6-2) fell five spots after being limited to just six goals and doubled up, 12-6, against Hoftstra.Syracuse is now 2-2 this season against ranked opponents, with wins against Army and Virginia and losses to Hopkins and Albany. The Orange has a chance to improve that record on Sunday when it travels to New Jersey to take on No. 18 Rutgers. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text