The Dolphin

The Le Moyne peninsula

Janna Herchenroder '14, Staff Writer

May 8, 2014

Filed under Opinion

I never knew how difficult campus life was until I didn’t have a car here anymore. You say, well, if I live on campus, why do I even need a car? Well, it’s the simple things like getting your haircut when the mall is not completely...

SAT to receive revisions, upgrade

Molly McGuane '17, Staff Writer

May 8, 2014

Filed under News & Features

It’s a rite of passage for every college student looking towards a future at a college or university: the Scholastic Aptitude Test, better known as the SAT. The SAT was first developed as an aptitude test for the United States...

Don’t drone us, bro; Amnesty International brings awareness to Le Moyne

Allison Case, Asst. Sports Editor

May 8, 2014

Filed under News & Features

This past Wednesday, Amnesty International hosted their own event to bring awareness to the Le Moyne community about a cause that people like Ed Kinane have been fighting for years: the use of drones as weapons. The issue came...

Improvement and hard work cap softball season

Jordan LeClair '16, Staff Writer

May 8, 2014

Filed under Sports

For spring sports players here at Le Moyne, the weather is perhaps their greatest enemy. The softball players would have to agree. Through a season filled with plenty of cancellations, rain-outs and make up games, the term double...

Men’s Golf looks forward to NCAA appearance

Matthew Clark '15, Sports Editor

May 1, 2014

Filed under Sports

While the spotlight of the spring sports season tends to shine more on the lacrosse field and baseball diamond, the men’s golf team has quietly put together a phenomenal season. The season has earned them a trip to the 10th...

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