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Greek Life saves local organizations at Iona College

Students gathered on the steps of the Spellman Portico and were led by Dean of Students Joel Quintong as they chanted “Save local orgs.” 

Photo Credit - Nicholle Parsons
November 15, 2020

Council for Greek Governance President Siena Clarke and Service Management Chair Nicholle Parsons organized a demonstration in protest of the expansion of national Greek organizations at Iona College in...

Chemical Society celebrates Mole Day despite move to virtual setting

Chemical Society celebrates Mole Day despite move to virtual setting
November 2, 2020

The Chemical Society hosted a Mole Day event to commemorate Avogadro’s number on Oct. 23.     The Chemical Society, known as the chemistry club, is a student affiliate chapter of the...

Outside Iona

November 2, 2020

Throughout our hectic student lives, we should always remain aware of what is happening  around us. In this column, I find the most significant things going on around the world and  provide you...

Counseling Center discusses power in relationships

Counseling Center discusses power in relationships
October 16, 2020

The Counseling Center hosted “Let’s Talk About Power,” a conversation around power in relationships, as part of their “Circles of Support: Love Shouldn’t Hurt” program via Zoom on Oct. 8.     This...

AIL hosts Marvel Con Illustrator class with Will Sliney

AIL hosts Marvel Con Illustrator class with Will Sliney
October 16, 2020

The Admirers of Illustrated Literature Club hosted a Marvel Con Illustrator class, where students had the opportunity to learn how to draw characters from the Marvel Universe, on Oct. 7.     The illustrator...

Lawn Games promote engagement, give students time to unwind

October 16, 2020

The Office of Student Development hosted Lawn Games, outdoor activities that students were able to choose from in between classes, on Oct. 6 on East Hill.    There were different lawn games set...

Queer-Straight Alliance celebrates Coming Out Week

Queer-Straight Alliance celebrates Coming Out Week
October 16, 2020

The Queer-Straight Alliance hosted a series of events in honor of Coming Out Week from Oct. 10-9.    The events took place on campus and online to allow all students, virtual and in-person,...

Diversity speaker encourages voting and acceptance

Diversity speaker encourages voting and acceptance
October 16, 2020

The Office of Student Development hosted author, filmmaker and activist Paola Mendoza virtually on Oct. 6. Students attending had the opportunity to listen to Mendoza speak about topics like the...

Outside Iona

October 1, 2020

Throughout our hectic student lives, we should always remain aware of what is happening  around us. In this column, I find the most significant things going on around the world and  provide you...

Fashion club hosts virtual makeup masterclass

Members of the fashion club demonstrated how to achieve an everyday makeup look for the participants watching through Zoom.
October 1, 2020

ona College’s Fashion Club hosted a makeup masterclass event  where students got to learn how to accomplish an everyday makeup look on Sept. 25.   The event was led by senior Brianna Fornasari,...

Students continue the discussion around Black Lives Matter

Craig Ford offered trajectories for an institution and individual to be anti-racist, instead of simply not racist. He opened the floor for discussion so that students could discuss what they thought.
October 1, 2020

The Office of Student Life hosted speaker Dr. Craig Ford in lecture, Creating Communities Where #Black Lives Matter, on Sept. 22.     Ford is an assistant professor of Theology and Religious...

Counseling Center hosts virtual meetings to support students through COVID-19

The sessions are themed with issues that are amplified by the pandemic. The sessions offer tactics to counteract the impacts.
October 1, 2020

The Counseling Center has been hosting “Circles of Support,” a series of weekly virtual meetings designed to help students cope with the impact of COVID-19 on their daily lives and will continue...

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