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News & Features

Food for thought when in Le Moyne’s LaCasse Dining Center

Becca Malachowski, Staff Writer

Colleges all over the country have been vamping up their dining halls over the last few years and Le Moyne is no different. The college offers numerous options in their cafe,...  Read More »

September 22, 2016

Can you trust an atheist professor at a Jesuit institution?

Maeve Byrne, Staff Writer

Matt Loveland kicked off the Fall 2016 Social Sciences Seminar series at the Le Moyne with a talk titled “Your Atheist Friend: Secularism and Trust?” “One thing ...  Read More »

September 15, 2016

Security reminds Le Moyne to stay safe

September 15, 2016

An email was recently sent out to the Le Moyne community regarding certain safety precautions people should take in order to remain safe. There were sixteen precautions listed to help security on camp...  Read More »

Facelift underway for Le Moyne’s oldest dorm

September 8, 2016

As many students on Le Moyne’s campus may have noticed, one of the freshman and sophomore dorms, St. Mary’s, underwent a little bit of a renovation this summer. The dorm building is one of the old...  Read More »

Ted Grant Court set to open in October

September 8, 2016

The excitement of the new gym at the Henninger Athletic Center grows every day as we get closer to its completion. Construction has been going on since June and plans to be finished in early October. ...  Read More »

Le Moyne student starts grocery shopping service

September 8, 2016

In the spring of 2016, junior business administration major Jack Morgan and Nicotra Capital Group, LLC founder Tyler Nicotra came up with the idea for ‘Cuse Grocery Shoppers, a service that shops for and deliver...  Read More »

Le Moyne Baseball uses Brotherly Love

May 14, 2016

It’s 70 degrees and sunny as you sit in the grass of the third base side hill at the baseball double header at Dick Rockwell field. The first game of the double header has just ended and the Le Moyne...  Read More »

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Opinion

Life’s tough, and then you die

Rachel Chea, Opinion Editor

September 22, 2016

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Arts & Leisure

Dining on a Budget

Jenna Stanton, Staff Writer

Being a college student on a budget is hard work. From groceries to gas and everything in between, it can be difficult to have any money left for fun. Luckily, there are man...  Read More »

September 22, 2016

“2Pacalypse”: The Hip-hop legend’s legacy 20 years after his death

September 22, 2016

This past week marks the 20th anniversary of hip-hop legend, Tupac Shakur’s death. The rapper was fatally shot in Las Vegas, Nevada on Septemb...  Read More »

A Look Into The Presidential Candidates’ Campaign Songs

September 15, 2016

This year’s presidential candidates have made interesting taste in music, choosing campaign songs that reflect not only their positions—and ...  Read More »

Justin Timberlake is Still Bringing “Sexy Back” after 10 Years

September 15, 2016

It was the summer of 2006. Fergie was talking about her London Bridge, Shakira’s hips were not lying, and Lil Jon wanted everyone to snap the...  Read More »

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The student-run news site of Le Moyne College.
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