The Ionian

Junior Joseph earned his fourth double-double of the season in Iona’s rout of Rider.  
Hawkeye brings Christmas cheer with a festive themed miniseries set during the holiday season.
Campus safety comes to the rescue with their capes on and guidance to give.
 Finding an internship in competitive fields is tough, but using online and tech resources can help with applications.  
North Avenue Residence Hall continues to recover from flood

Margaret Dougherty, Editor-In-Chief
December 9, 2021

North Avenue Residence Hall – simply known as “North” – is still facing the effects from the remnants of Hurricane Ida, which hit New Rochelle on the evening of Sept. 1.   North – the newest residence hall on campus – was one of the hardest hit buildings at Iona during the hurricane. A total of 13 feet of floodwater accumulated in the basement of the building, causing significant damage...

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Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor
December 9, 2021

Throughout our hectic student lives, we should always remain aware of what is happening around us. In this column, I find some of the most significant things around us and provide you with a small blurb and nitty-gritty details. Here are some of the major events that have been taking place:    General COVID-19 update.   The Omicron variant has sparked concern across the country as states begin to announce new cases. Utah, California, Minnesota, Colorado, Hawaii, Nebraska,...

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Iona renames art center after cherished trustee JoAnn Mazzella Murphy ’98H

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor
December 9, 2021

Last month, Iona dedicated the arts center to beloved trustee JoAnn Mazzella Murphy ’98H.   Murphy was a member of the Iona community for over 20 years. She was on the Board of Trustees and was an enthusiastic supporter of the arts. She was a chair of the Iona College Council on the Arts, which in 1987 obtained an endowment from the Baron Lambert Fund for the Arts, founded...

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