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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

Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah’s visit at Le Moyne
Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah’s visit at Le Moyne
Kamilla Shahzad, Staff Writer • May 17, 2024

On April 18 th , 2024, Le Moyne College had the privilege of hosting a special guest, acclaimed author Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, who delighted...

Column: The Long Journey at Le Moyne
Column: The Long Journey at Le Moyne
Mary Anne Winfield, Guest Writer • May 17, 2024

I never expected to be a “senior” senior at Le Moyne College. My first introduction to the college was in the 1970’s. I was a two-year...

Theta Chi house at Colgate University
Column: Why I want to see Greek life at Le Moyne College.
Payton Hirsch, Guest Writer • May 17, 2024

At Le Moyne College there is no presence of “Greek Life,” which has left many wondering why. According to Joseph Della Posta, the school’s...

Photo courtesy of Le Moyne; Images of Officer Jensen, Onondaga County Sheriff’s Lt. Hoosock posted at memorial service.
‘A True Leader and Phenomenal Teammate’: Remembering Fallen Officer, a Le Moyne Graduate
Stephen Moore and Aidan Clark May 8, 2024

The Rev. William Dolan wants you to know what the community lost when Michael Jensen, a Syracuse police officer and a Le Moyne graduate, was...

Dr. James Carroll: The Donation that Rewrote Le Moyne  College’s History
Dr. James Carroll: The Donation that Rewrote Le Moyne College’s History
Legende McGrath, Guest Writer • May 7, 2024

In late March, Le Moyne College, specifically the College of Arts and Sciences, received a $12 million donation provided by Le Moyne alumnus...

Get to Know the Campus Dining Staff!

I interviewed the wonderful staff of our Campus dining hall. The dining hall deserves more recognition than we give them. They work hard to make sure that our food is the best that it can be and that we always have enough food throughout the day. Here is a glimpse of what some of our dining hall staff members are like. This is a friendly reminder to be friendly and get to know the Dining Hall employees when you see them.

Breonna Espey-Dennard, a Syracuse native, has worked at the Le Moyne dining hall for four months. Espey-Dennard says a typical day working in the dining hall is busy. She comes in early, preps food, and “does what’s right for kids.” Espey-Dennard loves her job and says interacting with LeMoyne’s students is the best part. For her, there is nothing better than communicating with students and making someone smile.

Espey-Dennard says the hardest part of her job is keeping personal problems separate from work while still being able to stay true to herself. She enjoys “dancing, music, and family fun nights with her kids.”

Donte Lyles has worked at the dining hall for exactly a year. Lyles’ daily routine is filled with activity, but he thinks of his job as a cool experience. What Lyles loves about his job at the dining hall is that he gets to eat for free and has access to school resources such as the gym and library. He loves to help and talk to students during their school day.
Waking up early and dealing with cold weather is the hardest part of Lyles’ job. Lyles is also from Syracuse and loves music. He works on various musical projects and has a side job at Studio Works.

David Kiching has worked at the LeMoyne dining hall for just seven months. Kiching’s days are varied. If there is something popular at the allergy station then it’s extremely busy, but it can be quiet if the foods don’t draw people.. He loves meeting and interacting with students and getting to see a glimpse of what college life looks like. Kiching’s least favorite part of his job are the long hours. Another Syracuse resident, Kiching loves spending time with his family and attending sports games as well as other recreational activities.

Le Moyne has a strong enthusiastic staff in our dining hall. We are fortunate to have such caring and passionate staff. Be sure to give our Dining Hall more recognition and if you are in there please feel free to chat with our staff and say hello.

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