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Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Building Connections in Dominica
0 Comments :: Student Stories, Jesuit Heritage

In May 2013, 20 Le Moyne students and three faculty members traveled to the island nation of Dominica – the eighth such trip the College has sponsored since 2002 – as they work to build a community connection with one of the poorest countries in the Caribbean.

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Sunday, April 07, 2013
Communications Students Travel to the Big Apple
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ImageThis post was written by Valerie Proano, sophomore Communications student.  She was part of a group of Le Moyne College students who traveled to New York City with Professor Ann Allen and Professor Leslie Streissguth. Although a native of Queens, Valarie was not prepared for the range of experience the group had that day:

"Now being that I am from Queens, I was so excited to be going back home for the day, but I did not expect to see or experience new things since I have lived in the city my whole life. So going into the trip, I just figured it would be a nice break from classes, but I was certainly wrong to say the least! Our trip consisted of two stops, Yankee Stadium in the Bronx and then we ventured over into Manhattan and we visited Madison Square Garden."

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Saturday, March 02, 2013
On Opening Yourself Up to the College Experience
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Following 100 Nights Till Graduation, senior Caitlin McGuire reflects about her experiences at Le Moyne College that have shaped her four years here. 

"Last week was 100 Nights Until Graduation. This night is customarily marked by a fancy dinner and lively dance for all of the seniors, in spite of the bitter and blustery winter!  All around me my roommates were modeling dresses, trying on shoes, and complaining about their hair as we prepared for the night that officially marks the double digit countdown to the g-word (cringe)….graduation! " 

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Thursday, February 07, 2013
A Day in the Life of Le Moyne Student Caitlin McGuire
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Caitlin McGuire is a senior at Le Moyne. She likes telling stories using grand hand gestures, community service, Spanish, hot sauce, and music!

She confesses a typical day for her usually involves hitting snooze buttons multiple times, running from class to work to class, inevitably spilling food on herself, and laughing a lot.

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Monday, January 07, 2013
A Whole New World - Alternative Break in Ecquador
0 Comments :: Student Stories, Happening on the Heights

In January, a small group from Le Moyne traveled to Quito, Ecuador to serve at the Working Boys Center. For over two weeks, the team volunteered, reflected, and learned in Ecuador's capital city. 

This entry is by Le Moyne student Connor Laplant, Class of 2015 and talks about how moved he was throughout his time in Quito.

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Monday, November 19, 2012
Department of Education Embraces Innovative New Programs
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 Dr.  William Silky talks about a unique program the Department of Education unveiled designed to develop teachers' capacity to become leaders as they work with a mentor and attend workshops, seminars and meetings related to empowering great educational leaders.  

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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Le Moyne Student Gains Hands-on Experience in the World of Banking
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Few individuals acquire hands-on experience working for one of the world’s largest global financial services firms before they even graduate from college, but Bryce Cosgrove ’13 has

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Raising Awareness: Le Moyne's New Science Building Models Sustainability
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   Le Moyne's new science building is not just a place for students to learn. It's part of the lesson. 


The sustainable features of the new science building include trombe walls, which absorb heat from the sun during the day and emit that heat throughout the building at night, numerous windows for sunlight harvesting to reduce heating and electricity costs, and a live roof, which conserves heat and reduces storm water runoff.  

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Monday, July 16, 2012
Dolphins Make Films
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Record Paradise: The Musical Life of Joe Lee follows Lee through his off-kilter musical world. A product of two of Maryland's seminal families -- the Lees and the Blairs -- Joe was kicked out of prep school and rejected the world of politics and business that so many in his family embraced. Instead, he opened a record store in the early 1970s, which soon became a hub of music and the counterculture. Joe leads the camera from the warm and diverse community in his record store to the basements, stages, galleries and recording studios where he and the music of Baltimore and Washington coincide.

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Sunday, June 10, 2012
Taking Initiative - Andrew Lunetta
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Andrew Lunetta's time at Le Moyne College has been new, challenging and just plain fun. But when he looks back at my time “on the hill,” it is not typical trappings of college life thathe values . Learn about his project, Pedal To Possibilities and the relationships he developed with some incredible Le Moyne students, faculty members and citizens of Syracuse.

"It is the discovery and recognition of where my passions lie and what really wakes me up in the morning."

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