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Cornell HR Review

The Cornell HR Review was an online journal of human resource management articles published independently by graduate students at Cornell University. The publication ran from 2009 to 2019; the Cornell HR Review published its first article on December 21, 2009, was the oldest operating student-edited human resources publication in the United States. It was founded by Cornell graduate student Jonathan E. DeGraff, with the financial support of Harry C. Katz, dean of the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations. CHRR is digitally archived by Cornell's Martin P. Catherwood Library and is indexed by Princeton University Library and the National Library of Australia, its articles have been cited by academic and popular news media outlets, including the Houston Chronicle, HowStuffWorks, the Society for Human Resource Management. Industrial and Labor Relations Review Archive of CHRR articles at Cornell's Catherwood Library Internet Archive of CHRR Website CHRR listing at Human Resource Executive

The Casanovas

The Casanovas are an Australian hard rock band, which formed in 1999 by Patrick Boyce on drums, his brother Tommy on lead vocals and lead guitar, Jimmy Lewis on bass guitar. They have released The Casanovas, All Night Long and Terra Casanova; the Casanovas were formed in late 1999 in Melbourne as a hard rock trio by brothers Patrick "Paddy" Boyce on drums and Tommy Boyce on lead vocals and lead guitar, with Jimmy Lewis on bass guitar. Their debut single, "10 Outta 10", was released in August 2000, they added another guitarist, James Saunders, their first extended play, Keep It Hot, appeared in September 2002. During 2002 Saunders left and Lewis was replaced on bass by Damian "Damo" Campbell. Starting in December 2002 they toured Australia, United Kingdom and supported New Zealand group, the Datsuns, for their European tour; this was followed by five dates in the United States in March 2003. Their single, "Shake It", received considerable Triple J airplay. Carly Sticpewich of Oz Music Project described it as "hip-shaking rock turned up to 11 that you can get drunk to while you figure out how you're going to become as cool as singer/guitarist Tommy Love.

Which, of course, is impossible. Eat your heart out."They toured with the Datsuns, again, in October 2003 to New Zealand. They followed by two more Australian tours. In December 2003 Paddy Boyce left the group and was replaced on drums by Jordan "Jaws" Stanley in the following January. Campbell explained "It was long time coming and everyone is still on good relations but Paddy just wanted to go and do other projects... We had to train up quick, his first two shows were in Sydney with the Darkness and The Big Day Out. That's putting the pressure on."They followed by another tour in early 2004 with Starky and the Specimens. Their first album, self-titled, was released in May of that year. Oz Music Project's Tim Coyle felt they "have been cruising on the groundswell of enthusiasm for four-square beats and power chord + clever-dick-solo guitar pyrotechnics, providing their rock mission statement."AllMusic's Eduardo Rivadavia observed that they "not only succeed at pulling off mirror-image AC/DC blues bombers like'Livin' in the City','Shake It', evergreen first single,'10 Outta 10', with remarkably little evident guilt.

They went on to play some dates in New York City in July and a tour of Japan in September 2004. A second album, All Night Long came out in 2006, from which they have released two singles, Born to Run, their latest, California. Born to Run was featured on the soundtrack of video game publisher EA Sports' title, Rugby 06, as well as being the main song for Melbourne based video game developers IR Gurus' title, AFL Premiership 2006, whilst Shake It was used in three Videogames: F1 2011, WRC 4 and This is Football 2005; the Song Livin' in the City is featured on the soundtrack of the Australian film Thunderstruck, released in 2004. Their third Album Terra Casanova was released in 2015. Current membersTommy Boyce – vocals, guitar Damo Campbell - bass, tambourine & vocoder Brett "Wolfie" Wolfenden – drumsPrevious membersJordan "Jaws" Stanley – drums Patrick Boyce – drums Jimmy Lewis – bass guitar, vocals James "Fatty" Saunders – guitar, vocals The Casanovas All Night Long Rubber Records/Shock Records Terra Casanova Keep It Hot "10 Outta 10" Full Toss Records "Nasty" "Shake It" "Let It Ride" "No Time for Love" "'Living in the City" "Heartbeat" "Born to Run" "California" "The Most Hated Man in Melbourne" Official website