Notre Dame announced in an email that 21-year-old senior Annrose Jerry’s body was recovered from St. Mary’s Lake on Friday around noon. There is no sign of foul play.The body is scheduled for an autopsy Saturday morning at the Northeast Indiana Forensic Center, Sam Walsh of the St. Joseph County Coroner’s Office confirmed. via Google Maps Jerry, who was living in Breen-Phillips Hall, was reported missing after last being seen Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. near the Coleman-Morse Center. The Indiana State Police issued a Silver Alert on Thursday and said Jerry was “believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance.” The Silver Alert was canceled at about 2:45 p.m. on Friday.According to an email obtained by The Observer, on the days she was reported missing, Jerry had missed an appointment at the University Counseling Center, failed to show up to class and missed Folk Choir practice for the first time this semester.Jerry was a member of the Folk Choir and Glynn Family Honors program, among other activities.On Thursday night, director of Campus Ministry Fr. Pete McCormick led a prayer service in Breen-Phillips to pray for Jerry’s safe return.Authorities arrived at a part of the lake directly across from Lyons Hall on Friday morning. At approximately 11:45 a.m., police told all unauthorized personnel to “clear the area” and boat crews were seen entering the lake. “It is with heavy hearts that we write to share with you that Annrose Jerry, a senior science-business major who lived in Breen-Phillips Hall, has died,” said the email announcement, which was signed by University President Fr. John Jenkins, dean of the College of Science Mary Galvin and vice president for student affairs Erin Hoffmann Harding.A Mass was held on Friday at 9 p.m. in the Breen-Phillips Hall Chapel.“My heart is so heavy, and I share in sorrow with you,” wrote Angela Hollar, the rector of Breen-Phillips Hall, in an email to the dorm community.The University Counseling Center (574-631-7336) and Campus Ministry (574-631-7800) are both available to support community members during this time.Tags: Annrose Jerry, body found, St. Mary’s Lake
More importantly, Faizasyah said the two leaders would discuss the Indonesia-Australia comprehensive economic partnership agreement (IA-CEPA), which is in the final stage of ratification process at the House of Representatives.“The ratification is one thing that we have been waiting for. Australia has already completed it, while Indonesia is in the final stage. Hopefully, once it is all completed, we can begin working on what we call ‘the low-hanging fruit’ so that we can implement the agreement,” he said.At the meeting, the two countries are set to launch a plan of action for 2020-2024 as the reference for the implementation of the IA-CEPA, he added.The last time the two leaders met for an annual meeting was in 2018, when Morrison visited Indonesia for his first overseas visit as prime minister. They skipped the 2019 meeting due to elections in their respective countries, Faizasyah said.Topics : President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo will visit Australia this weekend, the Foreign Ministry has said, as Indonesia is set to finalize the ratification of a landmark trade deal with the neighbor down under.Jokowi will meet with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison for an annual leaders meeting in Canberra on Sunday and Monday, Foreign Ministry acting spokesperson Teuku Faizasyah told reporters on Thursday.“Unlike the previous annual leaders meeting, this year will mark the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Indonesia,” he said.
Paulo Dybala in action for Palermo Arsenal are prepared to pay £25m to secure the signature of Palermo striker Paulo Dybala, according to reports in Italy.Arsene Wenger continues to be linked with a move for the Argentine striker who has been earning rave reviews in Serie A this season.Dybala was among the scorers once again last weekend as he took his tally to 13 goals in 28 appearances.Juventus have also been linked with the 21-year-old and there looks set to be a bidding war for his signature during the summer.Tuttosport is reporting that Arsenal are ready to outbid the Italian giants with a £25m move plus bonuses which could put them in pole position to sign Dybala at the end of the season. 1