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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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Sunday, June 10, 2012
Alternative Break - Le Moyne Students Experience Kenya First-Hand
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Campus Ministry sponsors Alternative Breaks, a program that calls for students to devote their time off from school to community service works. Students involved in Alternative Breaks also put the Jesuit ideals of service into action through the program called Projects in the Community. In the past few years, the Alternative Break Program has sent students to Kenya, New Orleans and Ecuador to take part in various acts of service and goodwill.

Lizzie Molloy '12 talks to the Le Moyne College Convergence class about her experience participating in the Alternative Break program in Kenya. Hear her story...

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Monday, May 21, 2012
Celebrating the Class of 2012
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More than 7,000 people made their way to the Le Moyne campus this weekend to celebrate commencement for the class of 2012. Starting with the graduate ceremony Friday and concluding with yesterday’s undergraduate commencement, the weekend featured perfect weather as family and friends helped graduates mark their special day.

St. Joseph’s Hospital CEO Kathryn Ruscitto 76 spoke to a crowd of approximately 1,000  Friday night, including graduates of Le Moyne’s MBA program, and those receiving their Master of Science (MS) in Education, MS for Teachers, MS for Nursing, MS for Physician Assistant Studies and Certificate of Advanced Studies.

With more than 6,000 on hand, Sunday’s outdoor ceremony presented diplomas to those receiving a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science under the Division of Arts and Science, and BS degrees from the Madden School of Business. The speaker was Dr. John B. King Jr., New York’s commissioner of education.

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Friday, April 27, 2012
Le Moyne Names School of Business
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Thanks to one of the College’s most generous benefactors, the Madden School of Business at Le Moyne will benefit current and future students by strengthening curricular resources, introducing cutting-edge technology and developing a dedicated space to house the new School. The Madden School of Business at Le Moyne was made possible by a $7 million gift – the second largest single donation in College history – from Mike Madden, a member of the Le Moyne class of 1971. The announcement took place last night at the 26th annual Accounting and Business Administration Alumni Dinner.

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Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Students Celebrate the Memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Service Trip to New Orleans
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"Going to New Orleans humbled my heart and made me thankful for everything I have.  I entered the spring semester of senior year with an open heart and a new appreciation for what I have been given."

Jay Morgese '12 student coordinator of the trip to New Orleans, rebuilds a fence for a homeowner in the 9th Ward

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Friday, January 20, 2012
Le Moyne Opens New $20 Million Science Addition
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Le Moyne students returning for the beginning of the Spring 2012 semester have a brand new shining facility for classes – the 48,000-square-foot science addition. Built for just under $20 million, the structure represents the largest and most expensive single construction project ever undertaken on Le Moyne’s campus.

View building dedication ad that ran in the Syracuse Post-Standard

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Thursday, August 25, 2011
El Salvador Immersion Trip Seeks to Strengthen Jesuit Ideals and Leadership
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As part of the Ignatian Colleagues Program (ICP), Dr. Shawn Ward of the psychology department, recently traveled to  San Salvador, El Salvador. Dr. Ward was among 12 individuals -- representing 10 Jesuit institutions -- who took part in the trip.

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Monday, August 01, 2011
Professor William Day Explores Confucian Thought
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Cross-cultural dialogue can take many forms. Following intellectual threads across the history and traditions of human thought, Associate Professor William Day of the Philosophy Department models an openness to new intellectual terrain for Le Moyne students and colleagues alike.

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Monday, July 25, 2011
Passion for Tóibín Takes Dr. Costello-Sullivan to Ireland
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Associate Professor Dr. Kate Costello-Sullivan from the English department presented a paper in June at the national American Conference for Irish Studies (ACIS) Conference at National University of Ireland, Galway titled "Presencing Absence in Colm Tóibín's The Blackwater Lightship." Costello-Sullivan’s interests and publications range over a broad array of themes in British and Irish literature, including gender, nationalism, and post-colonialism.

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