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Singer Mariah the Scientist gives performance as Iona’s Spring Weekend Artist

Singer Mariah the Scientist gives performance as Iona’s Spring Weekend Artist

Morgan Biesty, Staff Writer May 4, 2023

Iona students lined up outside of  Mulcahy Gym to see Mariah the Scientist perform at Iona’s Spring Weekend Concert Saturday night.   The student artists that opened for Mariah were Donadino Antoine...

Iona athletics celebrates sporting success at annual Gaelspys

Nicholas Sinofsky, Contributing Writer May 4, 2023

  Iona Athletics welcomed its student-athletes to the Hynes Athletic Center for the 2023 Gaelspy Awards on April 26. The Gaelspys, an annual celebration of the year in sports, began at 6 p.m. with...

 Village Ties: Women, NGOS, and Informal Institutions in Rural Bangladesh discusses how women have played a pivotal role in Bangladesh’s development.

Iona hosts book talk on ‘Village Ties’

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor May 4, 2023

The Institute of Thomas Paine Studies (ITPS), Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (ODEI&B) and the Political Science department hosted a book talk on Tuesday discussing “Village...

Mets Hall of Famers visit Iona for a ‘A Night With Doc and Mookie’

A Night with Doc and Mookie

Lachlan Wellington, Sports Editor April 20, 2023

Director of Iona Sports and Broadcasting communication department Mike Damergis from hosted “A Night with Doc and Mookie” where Met Hall of Fame players Dwight Gooden and Mookie Wilson spoke to students...

 This years Neurodiversity panel had the highest attendance out of the three panels.

Neurodiversity club hosts 3rd annual Neurodiversity panel

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor April 20, 2023

 Iona’s University Neurodiversity club held their third annual Neurodiversity panel at McGrath in the LaPenta Student Union on April 12.   The event was held from 12:30 to 1:40 pm as part of Leadership...

Iona Players performs ‘Cabaret’

Iona Players performs ‘Cabaret’

Niomi Nunez, Features and Lifestyle Editor April 20, 2023

The Iona Players performed “Cabaret” in Murphy Auditorium once Friday night and twice on Saturday, according to the Iona Players Instagram page.   This is the players second production this year,...

Iona University’s Dance Ensemble perform Spring dance concert: “Arts, Architecture and Community”

Connor Coppola, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

           Iona University's Arts and Languages Department held its annual Spring Dance Symposium over a span of two days on April 13-14 in the Murphy Center Auditorium.   The event was...

Iona hosts ‘We First, Me Second” conference for campus activity diversity and leadership

Niamh Lineha, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

Iona held the conference “We First, Me Second” on Friday in Romita Auditorium for students to learn about the importance of incorporating leadership and diversity into their own lives.  Three guest...

Students experienced both the marketing and adventure side of studying-abroad in Italy during spring break.

Marketing Students study-abroad in Italy

Megan Josephs, Social Media Manager March 31, 2023

 Over the spring break, 24 students from the La Penta School of Business traveled to Italy for an 8-day marketing study-abroad experience.  Students have been attending classes related to the trip...

Br. Kenneth Chapman Gallerys new gallery showcases the beauty and need to protect endangered species.

Br. Kenneth Chapman Gallery displays new exhibit

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor March 30, 2023

Br. Kenneth Chapman Gallery’s newest exhibit “Saving: The Contemporary Icons of Threated and Endangered Species of Angela Manno” will be displayed from March 20 until April 7 at the JoAnn Mazzella...

Students learn how virtual reality can improve the New Rochelle community.

Iona students foster local business growth with virtual reality

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor March 30, 2023

The Westchester Innovation Network’s (WIN) city labs have started a new project in New Rochelle, which is exploring how virtual reality can boost business growth in the city, according to   Students...

Iona professor selected as Faculty Innovation Fellows candidate at Stanford University’s

Iona professor selected as Faculty Innovation Fellows candidate at Stanford University’s

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor March 12, 2023

Dr. Christoph Winkler, endowed professor and founding program director of the Hynes Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, was chosen as one of 18 educators from around the world as a candidate...

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