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The Student News Site of Iona University

The Ionian

The Student News Site of Iona University

The Ionian

Niomi Nunez

Niomi Nunez, Editor-in-Chief

Contact E-Mail: [email protected]

Hi everyone, my name is Niomi! I am a senior and a Journalism major. I am more than excited to work with the rest of Ionian staff this year!

 

All content by Niomi Nunez

One Last Issue

Niomi Nunez, Editor-in-Chief
December 7, 2023

The tale of sound in silence

Niomi Nunez, Editor-In-Chief
November 2, 2023

‘The more you know’

Niomi Nunez, Editor-in-Chief
September 21, 2023
Spring showers bring May flowers…and a lot of indoor rainy days. Here are some activities that can help make rainy days a little less gloomy.

Rainy-day activities

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
April 20, 2023
For this issue’s “Love, Gaels” column, features & lifestyle editor Niomi Nunez writes about coming to enjoy her own company.

Love, Gaels: ‘Keeping myself company’

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
April 20, 2023
Human of Iona: Julia Burke

Human of Iona: Julia Burke

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
April 20, 2023

Iona’s Dance Ensemble Review

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
April 20, 2023
Iona Players performs ‘Cabaret’

Iona Players performs ‘Cabaret’

Niomi Nunez, Features and Lifestyle Editor
April 20, 2023
Seasonal allergies effect every one in three U.S. adults. Here is how some Iona Gaels are coping with the season change.

Gaels Chat: Seasonal Allergies

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
April 20, 2023
The current freshmen class is feeling the long-tern effects of the pandemic on their college education, and some are even using Chat GPT as a solution to their academic struggles.

Freshman Gaels chat about education and Chat GPT

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
March 31, 2023

Iona receives $12 million donation to build Beans Hall

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
March 30, 2023
March marks the start of Women’s History Month.

Marching into Women’s History Month

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
March 12, 2023
Whether you like it or not, fashion trends from the past are making a comeback and plan to stay a little while longer.

Resurrecting fashion trends from the past

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
March 12, 2023
Samara Joys Linger Awhile marks a young artists impressive entry to the world of Jazz

Samara Joy’s music may let jazz Linger Awhile longer

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
March 12, 2023

Black and blue

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
February 13, 2023
Black History Month highlights the shadowed accomplishments and untold past of Black people in the United States.

Celebrating Black History Month

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
February 13, 2023
Saving money on a tight budget can be challenging as a college student, but it doesn’t have to be.

‘Savings money’ for college students

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
January 27, 2023
New year and same old you. Here are some tips to help you stick to your new year’s resolution this time around.

Sticking to your new year’s resolutions

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
January 27, 2023
Achieving feng shui in your space is a great way to start the new year.

Feng Shui: Organizing your space and life

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
January 27, 2023
Dr. Munsch’s work with DEIB proves that Iona University strives for more when it comes to diversifying campus and promoting inclusivity.

Diversifying campus: A job for everyone

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
December 8, 2022

Too far right, or too far left

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
November 17, 2022
Since its start in 2021, Iona’s esports team has provided a new narrative to sports and athleticism.

Esports: Redefining what it means to be an ‘athlete’

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
November 17, 2022
Meta believes virtual reality is key to a more connective future.

The Metaverse: Going above and beyond reality

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
November 3, 2022
Green’s recent performance in the Iona Players’ “Into to the Woods” proves Iona University’s freshman class is full of talent.

Alyssa Green: A superstar in the making

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle
November 3, 2022
How long are you able to stay engaged in a conversation before it becomes unbearable?

The declining health of social batteries

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
October 22, 2022

My dear friend Exhaustion

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
October 22, 2022
 In this day and age love is a desired yet foreign concept.

Love in the time of desperation

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
October 20, 2022
Indigenous Peoples Day has replaced Columbus Day in several states across the country.  

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
October 9, 2022
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

Rice Hall isn’t that bad

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
September 22, 2022
Clothes from the past are the future of fashion.  

Thrifting: The future of fashion?

Niomi Nunez, Features & Lifestyle Editor
September 22, 2022
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
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
 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
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
Now with a mostly unmasked campus, learning to socialize without hiding your facial expressions is a key culture readjustment.   

Dusting off your social skills

Niomi Nunez, Contributing Writer
April 21, 2022
Sexual assault is a delicate subject that requires the attention of college campuses where victims are at the highest vulnerability. 

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Niomi Nunez, Staff Writer
April 21, 2022
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