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Dean Joel Quintong suggests students take advantage of all the opportunities available.  

Making the most of your college experience

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor September 22, 2022

Across campus, hundreds of students wonder “What now?” It is a reasonable thought to have considering that the college experience is all about leading yourself into the abyss that is life. As terrifying...

Clothes from the past are the future of fashion.  

Thrifting: The future of fashion?

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor September 22, 2022

Out with the new and in with the old. In fashion, the past is making a comeback, and people have ‘thrifting’ to thank for this.   The verb thrifting refers to the act of shopping for used clothing...

The Wooden Spoon offers comfort food at its best in New Rochelle.  

Restaurant reviews: The comfort food paradise of The Wooden Spoon

Luis Lopez, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

The Wooden Spoon is a comfort food paradise located at 16 Division St. in New Rochelle. The restaurant primarily focuses on serving comfort foods such as burgers, mac and cheese and a plethora of other...

Hispanic Heritage month encourages Latinx people to join together to celebrate their heritage and culture. 

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor September 22, 2022

If you walk into any department store during the months of September and October, you will most likely see a small display dedicated to Hispanic Heritage Month. This miniscule display will probably consist...

Atit Thai is one of New Rochelles hidden gems. 

Restaurant reviews: Atit Thai offers cultural cuisine to New Rochelle area

Luis Lopez, Staff Writer September 8, 2022

Located near Iona University in New Rochelle are a wide variety of restaurants with delicious foods that students can enjoy by dining in or ordering out. With this series of articles, my goal is to highlight...

After 45 years, Ted Amoruso is more than thrilled to return to Iona University.  

Ted Amoruso’s homecoming

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor September 8, 2022

College students often wonder if all of this—the expenses, the distance away from home, the exhaustion, etc.— is worth it. Iona University alumnus Ted Amoruso has returned to Iona, preaching the significance...

Who is more fit to give advice to freshmen than seniors? Here are some tips these seniors wish they knew as incoming students. 

Seniors offer advice to incoming freshmen

Gianna Cocovinis, Staff Writer September 8, 2022

Welcome, incoming freshmen. Hopefully the first few days of your first semester are going along smoothly and as painlessly as possible. New starts can be tough and confusing, but the seniors are here to...

 It’s time you learn to say “no,” even in the most uncomfortable circumstances. 

Getting comfortable with saying no again

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor September 8, 2022

Everyone could learn a lot about setting boundaries from 2-year-olds. The word “no” comes so naturally to toddlers. Somewhere along the journey of life, people might forget all about the importance...

Finals week is coming, so here are some tips to help you make it through entirely intact.  

Surviving finals week

Niomi Nunez, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

’Tis the season to be sleep deprived and stressed, fa-la-la-la-la-la! Finals week is here, which means restless nights of studying and writing papers. The week gifts students with early symptoms of carpal...

Whether he’s in Argentina or America, Juan Cadile will always be in pursuit of goodness, the truth and morality. 

Altruism through technology: How Juan Cadile plans to upgrade the healthcare industry

Tiffany Persaud, Features & Lifestyle Editor May 5, 2022

Juan Cadile may look younger than he is, but he is years wiser and brighter than the average 23-year-old. He owns his own software development company, is involved with the Hynes Institute, is an RA in...

As the climate crisis worsens, college campuses are urging students to lead eco-friendly lifestyles.  

Joining the fight against climate change

Niomi Nunez, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

You may live in a house made of brick and your friend may live in a house made of wood, but we all live in a home that is made of rainforests and deserts, mountains and glaciers, and oceans and flatlands;...

Many people that celebrate Cino de Mayo in the US don’t even know what the Mexican holiday commemorates.  

Celebrating Cinco De Mayo

Katherine Daly, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

Every May 5 is Cinco de Mayo, a holiday that is always fun and exciting. There are endless ways to get involved, but you should probably learn about the history of the event first. Despite what everybody...

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