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Men's and women's tennis/SPORTS

Tennis teams blank La Salle on senior day

The men’s and women’s tennis teams both closed out the regular season schedule last weekend with 7-0 wins over La Salle University. The win meant the men’s team finished off the season with a 5-10 record overall, while the women completed the season with a 5-13 overall record. This match was senior day for three… Keep Reading


Women’s soccer fights for scoreless draw

By Jeff Uveino Contributing Writer On Thursday night, the St. Bonaventure women’s soccer team worked to a scoreless draw on the road with the Fordham Rams.   The teams played through overtime but neither was able to find a goal. The highlight for the Bonnies was the performance of goalkeeper Lauren Malcolm.   The sophomore… Keep Reading

Doubles teams set for Bonaventure Classic

By Sean Mickey Contributing Writer Although the St. Bonaventure men’s tennis team did not leave victorious, fervent doubles and a strong effort by the young team gave them some solace after their performance at the Army Invitational. This past weekend, the Brown and White traveled to West Point, New York, for the Army Invite. There,… Keep Reading

Extra Point/SPORTS

Women deserve respect in sports media

For women, the sports media world has been less than welcoming. Most female broadcasters are hired based off of their looks due to networks’ ratings. To some, it’s a myth. But take it from someone who inspires to be in the sports media world – and women, too – the struggle is real, and unfair.… Keep Reading


Swim teams get ready to dive in

By Emily Coughlin Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure men’s and women’s swim teams start the regular season this Friday with many goals and a lot of talent. Senior backstroker Devon McFadden predicts that the Bonnies will be very successful this year with the freshmen’s new motivation and the upperclassmen’s strong skill. “So far, we have… Keep Reading


Late goals trip up men’s soccer

By Mike Hogan Contributing Writer The Atlantic 10 opener was a rendition of what the season has been so far for the St. Bonaventure University men’s soccer team, as they were involved in yet another back-and-forth nail-biter against the University of Rhode Island.    The Bonnies scampered off to a quick lead as junior Isaiah Barret… Keep Reading


Golf wins inaugural Murray Cup

By A.J. Mitchell Contributing Writer On Thursday, the St. Bonaventure University men’s golf team traveled to Loudonville, New York to defeat the Siena College Saints in the first ever Murray Cup match by a score of 11 to 5. The match was played in a hybrid match play/stroke play format through 18 holes. One point… Keep Reading


Late-night comedians fail to deliver on humor

By Brandon Sapienza Since 2015, the once unique and fun landscape of late-night comedy has become nothing short of another medium for leftist celebrities to express their political views. Out of the many late-night talk shows, two hosts come to mind, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel. The comedians, who I once found amusing and relatable,… Keep Reading


We need a woman’s voice on women’s issues

By Natalie Forster Over these past two weeks, the need for this article has become very clear to me. Starting with a question at the All Bonaventure Reads event, the debate on abortion has spiraled out of control. The argument over abortion has always been around, and I am not ashamed to take a stance… Keep Reading


Peace Pole unites cultures of Bonas

By Kaylyn Foody Contributing Writer Outside the McGinley Carney Center, another new staple of Bonaventure inclusivity was introduced: a simple, wooden pole with a few, minimalistic white signs. But, the peace poll resembles more than that. It resembles interfaith unity, something Bonaventure’s campus culture and curriculum avidly supports. Jordan Golden-Arabaty, a sophomore strategic communications major… Keep Reading


Objective look: less politics, more empathy

The world’s a scarier place than mom said. My coping mechanism: Surrounding myself with like-minded people. While that sort of isolation might seem ignorant, it gives me some faith in humanity – that we’re all shooting for equality, respect life and love our fellow brothers and sisters. Maybe that’s my inner Franciscan coming out –… Keep Reading


My Body Stays

By Jacob Przesiek Never touched a die or playing card in my life but I still lost mine in Vegas. I don’t bet on change because the odds are stacked against me. Washington is a gambling town and the house always wins. See, it’s funny because people died and nothing changes. It’s like a joke… Keep Reading


Hit snooze: quick last minute outfit tips

By Jenna Cosentino Staff Writer In college, there comes a time when we stay up late, cram for exams, try to read a whole textbook or just simply opt to binge-watching Netflix. With midterms right around the corner, these nights become more and more frequent. Waking up for 8:30 classes is always a struggle and… Keep Reading


Students run for social action

By Brianna McKnight Staff Writer Buffalo’s National Federation for Just Communities (NFJC) held the Dash for Diversity event in Delaware Park on Oct. 1 to fight against bias and bigotry. Lana D. Benatovich, a member of St. Bonaventure’s Board of Trustee’s, is the president of the NFJC. The NFJC realized the need for people in… Keep Reading


Burst the ‘Bona Bubble’

By: Haylei John The “Bona Bubble” is a phrase often used with pride by students to describe feelings of community throughout the campus. I too used to think of the Bona Bubble as some fond description of life at Bona’s, but now I’m challenging this notion and hoping that others will as well. Not all… Keep Reading


Fourteen seasons later, Grey’s still stuns

By Kelly Haberstroh Features Assignment Editor In the two-hour season 14 premiere, Grey’s Anatomy managed to answer many fans’ pressing questions while still leaving room for suspense until the following week. As soon as Owen Hunt first appeared on Grey’s in the season five premiere, it was inevitable that the writers tackle the issue of… Keep Reading


Opinions need more thought

At the beginning of this week, I fashioned a quaint little article full of quips and satirical references highlighting the issues I see in the Opinions section of the BV—mainly that it’s such a “He-Man, Woman-Hater’s Club.” However, as much as I wanted to say, “men are better seen and not heard,” and as much… Keep Reading


SBU-TV Sports truck on last leg

By Leah McCluskey Contributing Writer Rumors have begun to swirl that the St. Bonaventure production truck, used to film and live stream sports games, is on its last legs. Paul Wieland, who originally purchased the truck 40 years ago, validated these claims. “The truck is on its last legs despite all the engineering magic that… Keep Reading


Pisano speaks about new school

By Ashlee Gray Contributing Writer Last fall semester, St. Bonaventure University approved the addition of a new academic school: The School of Health Professions. The program has grown exponentially, but there is little information available to current students. Douglas Pisano, Ph.D, dean of the School of Health Professions, discussed the future of Bonaventure students interested… Keep Reading


New faces join Board of Trustees

By Hannah Legacy Contributing Writer Four new members have been added to St. Bonaventure University’s Board of Trustees, to serve three-year terms, which started Sept. 16. Michael Anderson, Esq., ‘77, has a background in business, specifically in accounting. Previously, he served as the vice president and treasurer of West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. and as a… Keep Reading

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