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President Emeritus receives award

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By Jessica Dillon News Assignment Editor The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities recognized Sr. Margaret Carney, president emeritus, for her advancement of Catholic higher education earlier this year. On Jan. 28, the ACCU held its annual conference in Washington, D.C. to “provide practical advice for advancing a deeper understanding of diversity and inclusion on…

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Powers wins presentation award

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By Emily Losito News Editor Three hundred people stared back at Jordan Powers at the Rustbelt RNA Meeting in Cleveland, Ohio. The meeting took place from Oct. 14 to 15. Powers, a junior biochemistry major at St. Bonaventure, gave a presentation titled “RNA-seq data analysis revealed a novel role of SR45 in plant innate immunity.”…

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Kelly nominated for National Book Award

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Donika Kelly views her National Book Award nomination as “a little disorienting.” Kelly, Ph.D., an assistant professor of English at St. Bonaventure, says the book of poems, “Bestiary,” relates to themes of migration, trauma and grief through a recurring motif of Greek mythology. Kelly explained that her own life is tied to migration and trauma.…

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Nwafornso recieves award

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By Dominic LoVallo Staff Writer   A 3-0 loss to Duquesne University last Saturday officially eliminated the St. Bonaventure’s men’s soccer team from reaching the Atlantic 10 (A-10) playoffs this season. The Bonnies also lost the final of their three goaltenders due to a concussion only 21 minutes and 58 seconds into the first half.…

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Bonaventure president honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

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By Hannah Gordon News Editor The St. Bonaventure University President was honored Sept. 16 with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Women of Influence luncheon, sponsored by Business First, a leading Buffalo business magazine. Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F., was nominated for the award and voted on by a committee of five women, four of…

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‘Trial and error’

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By Heather Monahan Copy Editor The St. Bonaventure Mock Trial team proved they could take challenges by the horns as they placed third in the Running of the Bulls Tournament hosted by The University at Buffalo. Two members of the team, freshman political science major James Cook, and junior political science major Alex Noguerola, received…

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Grammys hit high note

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By Kailyn Jennings Contributing Writer Just days ago, artists from all musical backgrounds vied for the coveted golden gramophone that represents the epitome of musical accomplishment. The 55th Annual Grammy Awards took place Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. For the second time, LL Cool J hosted the event that  more than 28…

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