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Fans debate speaker volume in RC sections

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Bona’s games get loud — from the student section yelling, to the hype music to the announcing. But to some, the noise level can be too much — specifically the noise from the PA system. According to Carl Case, Ph.D., professor of management, the noise level at games can be tough on the ears of…

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Talk on Islam closes out Francis Week: Esposito educates students about misconceptions of Islam

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By Diana McElfresh Editor-In-Chief The St. Bonaventure University faculty senators established the School of Allied Health at their meeting last Friday, Sept. 30. With an agenda that had 10 pages worth of material to cover in a two-hour time frame, the faculty senate covered three, maybe four topics during the entire meeting. At least one…

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A lack of respect displayed

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SBU’s annual All Bonaventure Reads event took place on Monday in the Richter Center where Dan Barry, author of “The Boys in the Bunkhouse” and St. Bonaventure class of 1980 alumnus, spoke about his book and the injustices inflicted upon people with disabilities in our society today. He stressed that the concept of otherness projected…

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Author gives talk on death and dying

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RACHEL KONIECZNY AND DIANA McELFRESH News Assignment Editor and Assistant News Editor “How can you really know America if America is the only place you know?” That is the question Michael Leming, international author on death and dying, asked during his first presentation in the Walsh Science Center Monday evening. Leming delivered two talks, one…

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Steps into the future

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By Jackie Roberts Staff Writer   “It’s never too early to start planning for your future.” College students, hear statements like this on a regular basis. However, not all take action. Once again, the Career and Professional Readiness Center is offering students an opportunity to jump start their career planning next Friday at 3 p.m.…

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Patricia Hampl to speak at graduation ceremony

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By Stacia Salvatore Staff Writer Patricia Hampl, writer and educator, will address graduates and their families at St. Bonaventure University’s 153rd annual Commencement exercises on Sunday, May 12. Hampl, Regents Professor and McKnight Distinguished Professor at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, was asked to be the keynote speaker by University President Sister Margaret Carney,…

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Speaking up about self-harm

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By Gavin Lindahl Contributing Writer Depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide are common topics in the news today. A new club at Bonaventure strives to support those affected by self-harm. The Bonaventure chapter of To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA), a non-profit organization that aims to help people affected by depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide,…

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Dougherty to speak at 2012 commencement

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By Kevin Rogers Staff Writer St. Bonaventure University announced Dr. Charles J. Dougherty, ’71, president of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, will present the keynote address during the university’s 152nd annual Commencement Exercises May 13. “I was delighted and humbled,” Dougherty, a nationally recognized expert in health care ethics, said of his selection. “I said yes…

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Poet enlightens audience with words of wisdom

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By Elizabeth Pray Staff Writer “When you go to places, the things you are supposed to see are not what stay with you.” Peter Makuck said these words while onstage at the Garret Theater Wednesday night discussing how the small details on a trip can become the unexpected details of a poem. Makuck, a nationally…

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