Published on November 20, 2016 at 9:56 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 No. 8 seed Syracuse will host No. 9 seed North Carolina on Sunday, Nov. 27 at 2 p.m. at SU Soccer Stadium in the NCAA tournament Sweet 16. Should the Orange (12-3-4, 3-2-3 Atlantic Coast) win, it will host an Elite Eight game against unseeded Creighton or Providence, which advanced past No. 1 Maryland.In its first game in two weeks, SU beat Dartmouth, 3-0, Sunday afternoon. Sergio Camargo tallied two goals and an assist after an early Chris Nanco score to dominate the Big Green and keep its season alive past Thanksgiving for the third consecutive year. The Orange had fallen to Clemson on penalty kicks in the ACC tournament two weeks earlier.UNC (12-3-3, 5-1-2) beat Florida Gulf Coast, 2-1, in double overtime to get a date with Syracuse. The Tar Heels have won only two of their last five games. SU played UNC to a scoreless tie at home in September.Barring the defeat at the hands Clemson in penalty kicks, which is recorded as a tie, the Orange has not lost since Oct. 7, a seven-game span. During that stretch, SU has tied three top-10 teams and beaten a top-15 team. The College Cup, soccer’s version of the Final Four, is Dec. 9 and 11. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+
A 3D seismic survey vessel has arrived in Jamaican waters for oil and gas exploration.Under the direction of marine geophysical company, Tullow Oil, the vessel will undertake detailed data gathering over a 2, 250 square kilometer area within the Walton Morant block south of Jamaica. Over an estimated 50 to 60 days it will use a sound-based method that will generate detailed 3D images of rock layers beneath the seafloor. The data will then be analyzed to identify potential oil and gas reservoirs. The 3D seismic survey will determine the direction of the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica’s oil and gas exploration program.The survey forms part of the 2014 Production Sharing Agreement between the PCJ and Tullow Oil as they continue the search for oil and gas offshore Jamaica.
Sydney’s annual celebration of Light, Music and Ideas is the perfect opportunity to perfect the intricacies of night photography. Canon and acclaimed travel photographer, Richard l’Anson, took the time to guide media guests, including LATTE, along the Vivid Sydney 2015 trail with a Canon EOS 70D DSLR at their side. With different sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, guests gathered at Canon HQ in the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) to learn the functions and capabilities of the camera, before setting out on a tour through the fantastical light displays through The Rocks and Circular Quay. Guests captured some of Richard’s Vivid highlights, including the MCA and from the roof of The Argyle in The Rocks.Thanks to walking the trail in small groups, everyone was given the opportunity to perfect the skills of night photography, long exposure and short exposure with a Canon professional. After visiting four main sites, the group returned to Canon HQ to print out their best photo in A3.For those who would like to learn more about photography, Canon is running Walking Tours throughout Vivid until 7 June 2015, including a free SD card, use of a Canon EOS 70D camera with an EF-S 18-135mm STM lens and an A3 print of their best photo.www.canon.com.au/vivid