Coco Gauff wins the US Open, and more information continues to emerge following the Morocco earthquake.

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Happening In The World: Experts continue to learn more about the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that devastated the Marrakech, Morocco region late Friday night. The death toll has now soared past 2,000, marking the event as the country’s deadliest earthquake in decades. Search and rescue crews are still sifting through the rubble in an attempt to save lives, an especially difficult and dangerous task in the remote mountain villages that were hit the hardest. (CNN)

Happening In The US: The manhunt for convicted killer Danelo Cavalcante, who continues to evade authorities after escaping from a Pennsylvania prison, has entered its 11th day. Cavalcante has been sighted at least “eight or nine times” since he made his escape from Chester County Prison on August 31, yet the large search party—now totaling over 400 officers—has not been able to bring him back into custody. (CNN)

Happening In NYC: American tennis star Coco Gauff claimed the first Grand Slam title of her career on Saturday at the US Open, held at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens. The 19-year old is the first American teenager to win the tournament since Serena Williams in 1999. Gauff did not have an easy path to victory, coming back after losing the first set to her opponent Aryna Sabalenka. (NYT)

Happening At Columbia: Sustainable Development at Columbia will hold a webinar in its series “Fostering Youth-Led Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals” on Monday. The six webinars, held from June through October, covers topics focusing on how education can empower youth to be leaders in the fight against climate change. Registration can be found here.

Gauff via Wikimedia Commons