Gotham,Big Bang Theory, How Good is Johnathan Quick, Demand greatness in sports.
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Have we overvalued certain NFL teams after 3 weeks of play?
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English Premier League, Italian Serie A, and Major League Baseball thoughts.
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At 3:30 on a recent Thursday at Iona College, the Office of Mission and Ministry is gathering together to offer a hospitality supper to students and faculty.
As an Ionian tradition, the college community is welcome to drop their books, grab a fork, and come to the Montgomery House at 5:00 p.m. every Thursday to enjoy free dinner. Every week a club or organization teams up with the campus ministers and aims to create a “family” environment to unify the college.
At 3:30 on a recent Thursday at Iona College both students and faculty voiced their opinions on the recent changes in gym security. Unlike recent years, there has been a sudden crackdown on security regarding the Hynes Athletic Center.
In the past, upon entering the facility if a person were recognized as a student or affiliate of Iona College they would be let in without having to show proper identification. The sudden change does not sit well with everyone especially frequent gym user, Sterling Diaz a junior at Iona College.
“It’s a burden,” he said. “If you know the person it should be established that you are a student and don’t pose a threat to the school.”
At 3:30 on Thursday Sept. 4, Iona College’s Annual Giving Officer Ben See, was overseeing applications for potential phonathon student workers.
As the Annual Giving Officer Ben See and the phonathon workers are responsible for raising money for scholarships which helps thousands of students afford an Iona education.
“I think the most rewarding aspect of my job is that what I do has an impact on current Iona students as well as alumni and future students,” said See.
See also reaches out to the alumni to make them aware of their next class reunion. Every night while students gather in the dining hall to enjoy their meals, See and the phonathon students work diligently reaching out to alumni for donations that help to improve and expand the Iona community. Read More