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November 2011

Letters from Student Leaders

Editor-in-Chief’s Letter

Dear Readers,

November is a great time to be at Dowling College. Hopefully you are all looking forward to voting on Election Day, showing support on Veterans Day, and eating plenty of turkey on Thanksgiving. A few may even be looking forward to spending money on Black Friday. Throughout all of these festivities, Dowling College is excited to present students with opportunities to expand on their learning and make new connections in the community.

To begin, on November 2, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. in Fortunoff Hall Ballroom on the Oakdale Campus, Dowling College is hosting an advisement common hour for students to stop by with questions and wanting to register early. At 7:00 p.m. on November 4, 2011 the Psychology Club will be taking a trip to the Albert Ellis Institution for a live demonstration of REBT, with audience volunteers. The History Club will be hosting a Veterans Day event on November 9th, 2011 and the Council for Exceptional will be participating in 2011 Polar Plunge on November 19, 2011.

The list of events goes on and on. To learn more, go to the Dowling Clubs section of the newspaper and read all about the great activities going on around the campus that every student is welcome to attend. You can also learn more by visiting Dowling College’s current student website where all current club events are posted.

And as always, the Lion’s Voice is looking for writers. If you would like to have your voice heard, please contact me at Pxr17@Dowling.edu. Anything from Dowling news, professors, clubs, events, and so on will be accepted. Also, if you are interested in writing opinion or literary pieces, they are welcomed as well. And of course, should you want to write but are unsure of what topic to cover, just contact me and together we will figure something out.

Best wishes,
Peter Rice
Editor-in-Chief

SGA President’s Letter

Dear Student,

Happy Halloween! I hope you have been enjoying all of the festivities that we have had on campus. Our senators and executive board have been working very diligently to put the various activities and events together for Halloween and are gearing up for both Thanksgiving and the holidays. Our Brookhaven campus has been having great events that are bigger and better than ever, and I suggest you check out what is being offered out there.

I have also been working very hard on representing the students on various committees, making sure that your voice is heard. If you have an issue that you do not feel comfortable with discussing with an administrator, or do not know where to go, please feel free to contact me at anytime, and I will work to see if the problem can be resolved.

I would also like to take the time to congratulate Dr. David A. Ring, Vice President of College Administration and Student Affairs, as his service was recognized by La Familia for his support of the club, Hispanic community, and Dowling College. Congrats and great job!

In closing, I hope everyone is enjoying their semester, and I hope you are excited for all of the great things Dowling College has to offer.

Sincerely,
James R. V. Rhodes
Student Government Association President
RhodesJ@Dowling.edu
631–244–3069 (Oakdale)
631–244–1967 (Brookhaven)

College News

Bridging the Age Gap: Intergenerational Strategies

By Jennifer Siebert

The Center for Intergenerational Policy and Practice at Dowling College, founded in 2008, was established to raise public awareness of the interrelated needs of all generations through education…

Dowling Pledges to End the Hate

By Melissa A. Theodorakatos

Bullying has become a nationwide epidemic, visible in schools and work environments everywhere. Studies have shown that about 70% of…

Dowling College Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition: Appearances/(Dis)appearances

By Melissa A. Theodorakatos

The Anthony Giordano Gallery of Dowling College will be hosting its very own exhibition featuring artwork from faculty members of the Visual Arts Department….

Dowling College Hosts Russian Scholars

By Stephen F. Sullivan

On September 29, 2011, Dowling College welcomed visitors from Moscow State University. The luncheon consisted of…

Dowling College Making it Personal

By Kimberly Charles

Dowling College successfully launched its 1st Annual Eastern LI American Cancer Society Breast Cancer walk at the Brookhaven campus on October 2, 2011…

Students Learn About Stress Management at DC

By Kimberly Charles

College students can sometimes feel overwhelmed when it comes to school, work, personal life, and academic activities…

Dowling Clubs

The following organizations have a few updates that you may be interested in:

American Association of Airport Executives

Alpha Eta Rho

History Club

Equestrian Team

GSA

The Flying Lions Flight Team

Science Exploration Club

Council for Exceptional Children

SATCA

Campus Events

The Anthony Giordono Gallery

by Melissa Theodorakatos

Students who walk through the Rudolph Campus on a regular basis are aware of the beautiful and vast scenery…

Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight: Melissa Theodorakatos

By Stephen F. Sullivan

Students of Dowling College take pride in what they do: some love art, some love getting involved, and others love their work. Sometimes, a special student comes along that embodies all of these passions to…

Professor Interviews

Getting to Know Your Professor: Dr. Richard Swanby

by Peter Rice

Here at Dowling College, Dr. Swanby, Associate Professor of Special Education, works tirelessly each day of the year to make his mark as a professor….

News Around the Globe

Not So Plain T

By Arianna Johnson

Tea has been a staple in Asian diets for thousands of years. The culture that surrounds tea, from its health benefits to…

The Loss of an Icon

By Stephen F. Sullivan

Steve Jobs will always be remembered as one of the greatest innovators of our time. Unfortunately, on October 5, 2011, he passed away after…

Looking for Faces with ADHD

By Peter Rice

According to the most recent reports from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as of 2007, around 5.4 million school age children have been diagnosed…

Money Management

By Patricia Allen

Saving money is one of the most difficult things for me to do. It is the process of having money, while also…

General News and Entertainment

Summer of Movies

by Stephen F. Sullivan

The box office had huge hits during the summer filled with sequels, reboots, and finales. Arguably, the most…

Music of the Summer

by Stephen F. Sullivan

Top 40 music never ceases to be interesting, with singles and albums from huge names dropping this past summer. Arguably…

Comic Book Review: I Killed Adolf Hitler by Jason

by Mark Breckles

If the title does not get you interested, everything else about the comic will. I Killed Adolf Hitler is the type of comic that will…

A Family Farm Falls

by Arianna Johnson

Imagine owning a farm that has been passed down for generations, then having it all taken away…

Student Literature

Behind Steel Eyes

by Caroline Galeotafiore

III. Escape

by Melissa Theodorakatos

Recipe Corner

Everyone Loves Pie

by Arianna Johnson

It is that time of year once again. The leaves are changing colors, the temperature is falling, and the smell of freshly baked pie is in the air…

Athletics

VOLLEYBALL SWEEPS QUEENS ON “DIG PINK” DAY

By Brian Scios

Oakdale, NY - The Golden Lions keep their winning streak going to 12 games with a 3–0 sweep of the Queen College Knights in a East Coast Conference (ECC) Matchup. Dowling improves to…

MEN’S SOCCER TAKES LOSS AGAINST NYIT

By Brian Scios

Brookhaven, N.Y.- The Dowling men’s soccer team dropped their second consecutive game with a 1–0 shutout loss to…

SIX YEARS OF DOWLING ATHLETICS KEEPING ISLIP CLEAN

By Brian Scios

Oakdale, N.Y.- Dowling Athletics and Keep Islip Clean got together for the 6th straight year this Friday, October 21st, to…

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