The Dolphin

#DolphinsLiveWell: Taking Care of Our Bodies

By Melissa McGovern '16, STAFF WRITER, Wellness Center for Health & Counseling

February 26, 2015

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is more than just about recognizing and making people aware of eating disorders. I think it’s about making people aware of their bodies. Society makes us feel like there is only one...


By Michael Lutz '16, ASST. OPINION EDITOR

February 26, 2015

Almost everybody has dreams at night, while they are sleeping. The only thing is not all of us remember them. Even when we do remember our dreams sometimes we have no idea what they mean. Sometimes we have the same dream over...

The New Poster Policy


February 6, 2015

According to a new policy put in place by Le Moyne College, posters, bulletins, flyers, and other advertisements can no longer be hung on windows, walls, columns or doors. With this new policy, all posters must now be run through...

The Old Codgers Corner: Just Call me Charlie

By: Ken D'Angelo '71, Staff Writer

February 5, 2015

One of the nicer side benefits of being a staff writer for the Dolphin is the mail from fellow students seeking wisdom and advice from an  experienced, kind and mature source that is wise in the ways of the world. Since most...

Should College be Free?

By: Michael Lutz '16, Asst. Opinion Editor

February 5, 2015

Recently President Obama announced a proposal to make community college free for millions of Americans. The plan is still in its infantile stages but some initial details are known. The details include cooperation between the...

#DolphinsLiveWell Oppression

By: Justin E. Snell, Undergraduate Intern, Wellness Center for Health & Counseling

February 5, 2015

I am a victim of racism. I am a victim of homophobia. I am a victim of sexism. I am a victim of classism. I  suffer from a mental illness. I am a victim of religious persecution. I am victim of sexual assault. ...

Black History Month

By: Amari D. Pollard ‘17, NEWS & FEATURES EDITOR

February 5, 2015

For a solid three weeks I’ve been thinking about how I should structure this article: how I want it to start, what should be the main message, etc. Some may consider that odd, since I’m so close to the subject, but after all...

Changes to Noreen

Michael Lutz '16, Asst. Opinion Editor

January 29, 2015

Recently in an effort to increase security on campus our beloved Noreen has installed a card entry policy. There is now a card swipe installed directly to the right of the front doors when entering the library. The card swipe...

Back in Action

Michael Lutz '16, Asst. Opinion Editor

January 29, 2015

The week after syllabus week is probably the worst in my book. Last week I felt all buttered up and that the semester was going to be easy. All those due dates were a long ways off. Yet here we are, it’s a new semester and that...

Le Moyne Remembers Jesuit Martyrs

Molly McGuane '17, Asst. News and Features Editor

December 4, 2014

In November of 1989, five Jesuit educators, their housekeeper and her daughter, working at the Universidad Centroamericana in San Salvador, El Salvador were awoken from their beds in the middle of the night, taken outside, and...

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