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The student-run news site of Le Moyne College.

The Dolphin

The student-run news site of Le Moyne College.

The Dolphin

Navigating College Stress: Effective Strategies and Le Moyne Resources for Student Well-being
Mai Aljanabi, Staff Writer • September 27, 2023

College life presents unique challenges and stressors for students, impacting their mental well-being and overall success. This article delves...

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Persistence Into Brilliance: Le Moyne Graduate and Actor Makes Major Mark
Kamilla Shahzad, Staff Writer • September 26, 2023

In the world of theater, Le Moyne College graduate John Douglas Thompson is known to possess an exceptional ability to captivate audiences, effortlessly...

Le Moyne Alum and MLB Star Josiah Gray Nominated for Roberto Clemente Award
Michael Scalise, Staff Writer • September 25, 2023

Here at Le Moyne, the phrase “Greatness meets Goodness” is at the very foundation by which the school stands, and it is safe to say that...

Career Advising & Development at Le Moyne
Career Advising & Development at Le Moyne
Carly Nicolai, Editor in Chief • September 18, 2023

“What do you want to do with your degree?” It’s a question many college students have heard before, whether it comes from friends and...

Growing Sunshine-Colored Flowers: Remembering Father Bosch
Growing Sunshine-Colored Flowers: Remembering Father Bosch
Stephanie R. Duscher, Staff Writer • September 16, 2023

Many Le Moyne students have likely walked by the lovely gardens outside the Jesuit Residence–a beautiful touch of color amidst the many cloudy...

Jen Marlowe presents talk on humanity and non-violence

Jen Marlowe presented a talk based on her recent book “The Hour of Sunlight: One Palestinian’s Journey from Prisoner to Peacemaker” on Thursday, Oct. 27, in Grewen Auditorium.

Marlowe’s talk was filled with video footage, stories and quotes that focused on nonviolent resistance to oppression in Palestine. Marlowe shared experiences from her travels and missions overseas and explained the poor living conditions of families surrounded by war and violence.

She described people in the poorest living conditions who refuse to include violence in their lives.  Many whose lives were destroyed by war made the decision to resist violence and remain peacemakers despite the war that surrounds them.

Likewise, Marlowe also connected her experiences overseas to issues happening right here in the United States.  Marlowe shared the story of Troy Davis, a Georgia prisoner who was imprisoned for years and eventually executed by lethal injection, and his family’s resistance and nonviolent approaches of protest to the state of Georgia, even after their son’s death.

Along with her stories, Marlowe shared short documentary footage that showed the audience just how poor the living conditions are for some families in Palestine. Marlowe showed the audience the number of deaths in Palestine due to war and how families in the worst situations were able to remain peaceful and at ease.

Copies of “The Hour of Sunlight” were sold after the talk, and can be found in many bookstores.

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