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Ionas Model U.N. team continues its winning streak by receiving an Honorable Mention.

Iona Model UN earns Honorable Mention at NMUN.DC

Parker Hankla, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

Last week, after months of tireless preparation, Iona’s Model U.N. team traveled to Washington D.C. to compete in their first conference of the academic year.   While at the National Model U.N....

Gaels learn more about what it means to be creative and how it relates to entrepreneurship.

E-Talk with Gary Kris and Lydia Kris: Reflections on using an entrepreneurial mindset to succeed

Adrian Vazquez, Assistant News Editor November 29, 2023

The Entrepreneurial Talk program is a long-standing series of guest speaker events hosted by the Hynes Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation to provide students with entrepreneurial lessons, regardless...

Students learn the importance of celebrating the Feast of St. Oran.

Gaels Celebrate The Feast of St. Oran

Michael Marchionna, Contributing Writer November 2, 2023

Students at Iona University held a celebration to honor Saint Oran on Oct. 26. While he is a lesser-known saint and is not a patron saint of anything, St. Oran is especially important to the university’s...

CEO Club, Marketing Club and Fashion collaborate to celebrate creativity and positivity.

‘Affirm with a Tee’ Fashion Show Finale: A Night of Glamour and Pizzazz

Adrian Vazquez, Assistant News Editor November 2, 2023

Last Wednesday, the CEO Club, Fashion Club and Market Club collaborated to host “Affirm with a Tee.” Held at the Hynes Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, the event was a culmination of...

As a part of Leadership Wednesday, SLAM discussed the differences of cultural appropriation and appreciation.

‘My Culture is Not a Costume’ teaches Gaels the importance of cultural sensitivity during the festive season

Parker Hankla, Contributing Writer November 2, 2023

Halloween is a time for people to enjoy themselves. The holiday is meant to be spent with friends, eating a lot of candy and, of course, dressing up in costumes. However, it is important to make sure that...

The Hynes Institute provides a creative outlet for students.

Hynes Institute hosts ‘Coworking with Riana’ to aid students with ideation

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza and Brandon Fairweather October 19, 2023

Student Engagement Coordinator for the Hynes Institute for Entrepreneurship, Riana Khan, hosted “Coworking with Riana: Hynes Institute Student Engagement Coordinator,” where students can come to the...

Neurodiversity Club gets in festive spirit and learns about more about masking.

Masking with the Neurodiversity Club

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor October 19, 2023

Gathered in Conference Room 1 across from the Ionian office, members of the Neurodiversity Club painted and decorated masks in the Halloween spirit for “Masking Masquerade.” The room was changed 20...

Bucky Dent and Mike Torrez recount stories of their lengthy and successful careers.

Iona hosts baseball legends for ‘Showdown in Beantown’ as 45th anniversary approaches

Robert Hughes, Sports Editor October 5, 2023

The Iona University Graduate Program in Sports Communication and Media hosted former baseball players Bucky Dent and Mike Torrez for a night of conversation at the LaPenta School of Business on Sept. 28.     Dent...

G.I.V.E Grants to Remain Until Early 2024

Leonora Campbell and Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza September 21, 2023

G.I.V.E. Grant receives a project extension for four more months.    G.I.V.E has received an extension for its grant from Oct. 1, 2023, through Jan. 31, 2024. These next four months will be...

ASL Club and Speech and Hearing Club attend NYC walk to raise funds to support people with hearing loss and their families.

Iona’s ASL Club and Speak and Hearing Club in Walk4Hearing

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor September 21, 2023

Sunday was the annual “Walk4Hearing” in New York City. “Walk4Hearing” raises money for individuals with hearing loss that funds local programs, education and resources. ASL Club has attended regularly...

The Student Advisory of G.I.V.E are excited for programs next steps.

G.I.V.E introduces themselves and looks forward to the future

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor September 7, 2023

The G.I.V.E (Gael Interpersonal Violence Education) Grant Program hosted their first event of the academic year last Friday. Held in the Endzone, the event served as an introduction to the program and...

Lasertag returns to campus after a two year hiatus.

Laser tag, Gaels are it

Jocelyn Arroyo-Ariza, News Editor September 7, 2023

Returning due to popular demand, laser tag was brought back to campus this past week. The demand for the recreational shooting sport was so high that Gaels began to line up before the designated time....

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