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Why I love fighting games
Luis Lopez, Editor-In-Chief • January 25, 2024

To those who do not know me well, my favorite genre of video games is fighting games, and my extensive history with the genre is the reason for...

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Why the Cardinals will reclaim the NL Central in 2024
Robert Hughes, Sports Editor • January 25, 2024

The St. Louis Cardinals are coming off an underwhelming 2023 season. Second-year manager Oliver Marmol led the team to a 71-91 record, good for...

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You don’t need to be a writer to enjoy writing
Adrian Vazquez, News Editor • January 25, 2024

There is a certain stigma that surrounds hobbyist writing that can act as a type of writer’s block and even a barrier of entry or dissuasion...

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(Left to right) Iona University G.I.V.E. Grant Director Leonora Campbell and WestCOP Central Violence Prevention Educator Kevin Landino hosting a stalking information table at LaPenta Student Union.
G.I.V.E. Grant Column: Raising awareness for stalking on college campuses
Adrian Vazquez, News Editor • January 25, 2024
Alan Badey gave students insight based on his successful career in accounting.
Citrin Cooperman CEO on ‘Life Lessons from the Accounting World’
Adrian Vazquez, Assistant News Editor • December 7, 2023
Model U.N.s executive board hosted Israel-Crisis Information Table.
Iona University’s Model U.N. Team discusses the Israel-Palestine Crisis and avenues toward peace
Adrian Vazquez, Assistant News Editor • December 7, 2023
Outside Iona
Adrian Vazquez, Assistant News Editor • December 7, 2023
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For this issue’s “Love, Gaels” column, Editor-in-Chief Luis Lopez writes about the love for a grandfather.
Love Gaels: The love of a grandfather
Luis Lopez January 25, 2024
For this issue’s “Love, Gaels” column, Features & Lifestyle Editor Luis Lopez writes about his love for the winter.
Love, Gaels: 'The beauty of winter'
Luis Lopez, Features & Lifestyle Editor • December 7, 2023
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The Packers January 14 win against the Cowboys marked their first playoff victory since 2021.
Sports Outside Iona
Alex Naranjo Benavides, Vincent Giannantonio, and Eric Mincin January 25, 2024
After their Nov. 25 victory, Michigan improved their all-time series lead to 61-51-6 against Ohio State.
Sports Outside Iona
Vincent Giannantonio, Alex Naranjo Benavides, and Robert Hughes December 7, 2023
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This holiday classic has had families laughing for decades.
‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ is a family holiday staple
Valentina Menta Jr., Staff Writer • December 7, 2023
The A-List cast earned Scorsese his first ever Oscar win.
Dicaprio and Scorsese Shine Bright in Mob Thriller “The Departed”
Connor Coppola, Arts & Entertainment Editor • November 2, 2023
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North Korea abandons possibility of national reconciliation with South Korea
Adrian Vazquez, News Editor • January 25, 2024

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country has abandoned efforts to pursue reconciliation with South Korea and called for rewriting the...

Facing the threat of a government shutdown, Congress votes to keep the government funded until March 
Adrian Vazquez, News Editor • January 25, 2024

On Thursday, January 18, Congress sent President Joe Biden a short-term spending bill that would keep government agencies funded until early...

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'Meltdown; Three Mile Island'
Connor Coppola January 25, 2024
'Echo' showcases the heartfelt story of a deaf superhero
Connor Coppola January 25, 2024
The Conjuring: A Modern Horror Classic
Connor Coppola January 25, 2024
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Hannah Forbes was one of six Gaels to score in the 1650 free.
Championship experience readies Gaels for New Year
Robert Hughes, Sports Editor • January 25, 2024
Otkhmezuris 38 points set a single game high among MAAC scorers this season.
Women’s basketball still in solid standing after slew of road losses
Robert Hughes, Sports Editor • January 25, 2024
Graduate Idan Tretout recorded his second 30+ point effort on January 21, shooting 11-for-19
Men’s basketball, strong at home, stays afloat in MAAC standings
Robert Hughes, Sports Editor • January 25, 2024
Coles 3000-meter time was 58th fastest overall.
Indoor Track back in action after month-long layoff
Robert Hughes, Sports Editor • January 25, 2024
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