Category Archives: Dress Codes

Flip-flops and stretch pants: – The Lima News

PITTSBURGH – Imagine a Mortgage Advisor – what’s he wearing? Probably a suit and waxed shoes. Now imagine that same one-and-a-half-year-old employee in a global pandemic that has disrupted schedules, closed offices and increased workloads. According to Jonathan Freed, managing partner at Holland Mortgage Advisors, the dress pants are out, the shorts and flip flops […]

School leaders present arguments in favor of local control | Opinion

Editor’s Note: Superintendents and school board representatives drafted the following argument as to why local control should be the course of action in public education. The letter was signed by officials from 84 schools in the state, including: Superintendent Josh DeLong and the Gardner South Wilmington High School Board of Trustees, Superintendent Tonya Evans and […]

Penn State’s White Out Games, Explained: How The ‘Stroke’ Became One Of College Football’s Best Traditions

ESPN’s Chris Fowler’s viewing of Penn State football ran the gamut. From rooting for “some of Joe Paterno’s most boring teams” in the ’70s, to returning to where he grew up watching college football this weekend for his “favorite annual event,” the Longtime college football announcer has seen it all. And yet, despite the poor […]

SD73’s new student dress code receives praise from those in the know – Kamloops News

Photo: contributed School District 73’s new dress code is being hailed as a step in the right direction to end misogynistic attitudes, as students return to school this year unconstrained by “sexist” policies. School dress codes often disproportionately affect female students, targeting the length of the skirts, the width of the tank top straps, and […]

Saudi women undergo marginal reforms

Among the countries of the Middle East, Saudi Arabia has traditionally demonstrated one of the highest rates of gender inequality. This wide divide is deeply rooted in patriarchal and cultural traditions and it has been reported year after year by various international institutions such as the world Bank and the United Nations. Despite this, the […]

A skull ! Lightning! No collar! European Tour leader unleashes a different style

Through: Nick piastowski September 11, 2021 Francesco Laporta on Saturday in the third round of the BMW PGA Championship. Getty Images A hoodie is not. This we know. Last year in this space, as we checked under the hood to see how Tyrrell Hatton won the BMW PGA Championship, we also checked his hoodie. In […]

Emails show JCPH tried to convince schools to implement stricter mask policy

A set of emails show the candid and emotional nature of the discussions that took place between Jeffco’s top school and health officials about whether – and how – to require masks in schools, including the county health chief’s efforts to implore the school district to implement a mask requirement itself. The emails came to […]

Prince Harry Rocks Tuxedo to Honor COVID-19 Researchers at British GQ Men of the Year Awards

prince harry Dave Benett / Getty Prince Harry was looking for his surprise appearance in 2021 British GQ Men of Year Awards, which took place Wednesday in London. Dressed in a black velvet tuxedo, the Duke of Sussex, 36, appeared live from his home in California to present the final award to GQ Hero of […]

Comment: Hey, Republicans, stop fighting against vaccine and mask mandates | Chroniclers

A similar logic applies to companies that decide to require vaccination of their employees. Such mandates should provide for employees with sincere religious opposition or medical conditions that make vaccination inadvisable. But generally speaking, no one has the right to work for a particular employer. If the conditions of an employment relationship are satisfactory for […]