NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The Iona College men's basketball team used a decisive second half run in a 70-52 victory over Saint Peter's in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference action at the Hynes Athletics Center. Holding a two-point lead just under seven minutes into the second frame, the Gaels (9-6, 3-1 MAAC) scored 17 of the game's next 20 points to earn the win over the Peacocks (8-7, 3-1 MAAC).
Junior Mike Glover (Bronx, NY) scored a game-high 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Maroon & Gold. He hit his first 11 shots of the contests before an up and under layup with contact spun off the rim and snapped a streak of 18 straight field goals made dating back to Monday’s game at Siena by the Gaels' leading scorer.Read more
On Thursday, January 27, 2010, Iona Prep is hosting a reception at Butterfield 8 in New York City for alumni and friends to toast the New Year. Please join us for a cocktail reception, reconnect with fellow alums, and learn about the great things happening at Iona Prep.
On Thursday, January 27, 2010, Iona Prep is hosting a reception at Butterfield 8 in New York City for alumni and friends to toast the New Year. Please join us for a cocktail reception in New York City – reconnect with fellow alumni, learn about the great things happening at the Prep, and meet our new president, Br. Thomas R. Leto. The reception will begin at 6:00 pm and it costs $35.00. Butterfield 8 is located on 5 East 38th Street, between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue.
Link to access an invitation to the NYC Reception!
Please RSVP by Monday, January 24, 2010.
For additional information please contact Mary Loy Pagano, Director of Alumni at (914) 600-6182 or [email protected].Read more
Nancy Bossov, who has been affiliated with Temple Israel of New Rochelle since September, 2010 in a consulting capacity through ‘Designing Rich Futures,” the firm that she founded and manages as Principal, has assumed the directorship of Temple Israel’s Early Childhood Program.
Nationally recognized for her advocacy and consulting work in developing the field of Jewish early childhood education (ECE), she served as ECE Director for the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York and as national ECE Director at the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ). She was instrumental in establishing URJ’s infrastructure for Jewish early childhood education and in creating the, the professional organization, the Early Childhood Educators of Reform Judaism. She has previously served congregations as ECE director, education director and family educator.Read more
NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The Iona College men's basketball team used a balanced attack and led wire-to-wire in an 87-62 win over Hofstra in non-conference action at the Hynes Center. Four Gaels (8-5) tallied double-digit point totals and juniors Mike Glover (Bronx, NY) and Scott Machado (Queens, NY) posted double-doubles as the Maroon & Gold snapped their two-game losing streak with the victory over the Pride (7-5).
Hofstra rebounded from an early 5-0 deficit and knotted the score at both 11 and 13 just over nine minutes into the contest. The Gaels jumped out to a 15-2 run including 10 straight points to take a 28-15 advantage at the 6:24 mark of the first half. The Pride would not get within nine points the rest of the way.
Sophomore Kyle Smyth's three-pointer at 17:03 in the second put Iona ahead 50-30. Senior Alejo Rodriguez (New York, NY) gave the squad its largest lead of the contest with 1:45 left and an 85-60 advantage.Read more
Dr. John Magnotta, Athletic Director for the City School District of New Rochelle plagiarized a recent article from the New York Times, seeking to pass off an article on weight training as his own.
In the recent issue of "At The Buzzer", a newsletter published by Magnotta, every word published on weight training under his own name was lifted directly from an article by Jane E. Brody, Before You Lift a Weight, Get Some Advice. The article was published by The New York Times on December 13, 2010. The article, on the risks of working out with proper preparation, was actually written by Jane Brody of the New York Times. Magnotta even used the same title for the article in his newsletter.Read more
NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The Iona College men's basketball team cut a 21-point second half deficit to one in the final minute but fell short in an 84-79 loss to Vermont in non-conference action at the Hynes Center. Junior Scott Machado (Queens, NY) scored a team-high 17 points for the Gaels (7-5) in the loss.
The two teams traded leads over the first 13 minutes of the contest. Junior Mike Glover's (Bronx, NY) layup cut Vermont's (8-3) early lead to 22-21 with 7:50 remaining. The Catamounts built a double-digit lead with a 22-5 run and led by as many as 18 at the 2:09 mark. Senior Rashon Dwight's (Newark, NJ) two free throws and another Glover layup put the deficit at 44-30 entering halftime.Read more
Last night, at the New Rochelle Board of Education meeting, Vice President Chrisanne Petrone read through a list of draft resolutions to be voted on at the next Board of Education meeting on January 4, 2011. After the entire list was read, board member Lianne Merchant raised a question about a draft resolution regarding Rolf Koehler. Before she could complete her question, Schools Superintendent Richard Organisciak produced a document which he said contained a written statement regarding the resolution.
It was clear from their reaction that not all board members had been informed of the statement, signed by BoE President Sara Richmond along with Organisciak. Richmond was not present for the meeting.
The next morning Talk of the Sound received a statement from City Manager Chuck Strome.Read more
At last! Finals are over at Iona, and everyone is now home relaxing and spreading the Christmas cheer. Every Iona student was more than relieved to be finished with the Fall semester, but for seniors, there was a tinge of sadness as it drew to a close. Katherine Dussel, senior at Iona College, says, "I mean, I'm happy finals are over with, but at the same time I only have one semester left now. It's kind of bittersweet." On the other hand, there are some who are more than anxious to graduate. "I'm excited to enter the "real world", but definitely nervous too," says Alyssa Mule, also a senior. Winter break will certainly be a much needed rest period before their Spring, and final, semester at Iona College. When another senior was asked if she was to give younger classmates at Iona advice, what it would be, Brittany Fike responded, "It's important to cherish all the memories you make throughout your college career. Before you know it, you'll be graduating!" Time flies, but it's safe to say these Iona seniors are hoping their last semester goes just a little bit slower.Read more