Le Moyne College

Greg Wall/Lemoynedolphins.com

  Lacrosse fans can get one more dose of action this season on WAER Sunday afternoon.  We will bring you a special broadcast of the Le Moyne Dolphin Lacrosse game from Philadelphia, where they take on Limestone for the Division II National Championship.  

The Dolphins are coming off of a semi-final win over Merrimack, 8-4.  Limestone topped University of Tampa 13-10, propelling the Saints to their third straight title game.  


  Syracuse was named one of the top 10 best cities in the nation for veterans to come and earn their college degrees. Hiring Our Heroes conducted a survey of cities with good access to colleges with veterans programs, as well as graduation rates and job opportunities.  Syracuse placed 7th on the list.



  Students applying to Le Moyne College will not need to take the  SAT or ACT going forward. Le Moyne is one of the latest schools to go test-optional for admission.

John Smith/WAER News

  Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul stopped by Le Moyne College Tuesday to further the discussion about sexual assault on college campuses.  The SUNY system recently passed a progressive set of rules to advocate for students of sexual assaults and how universities within the system respond.

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Speak Up Productions / whatmattersfilm.com

LeMoyne college is presenting an award-winning documentary tonight on poverty that also includes some surprises.  “What Matters?” is the story of three friends living on $1.25 a day to experience and document what it’s like living in extreme poverty.  

Director and subject Dan Parris says, “What Matters?” lacks the guilt-trip of your typical documentary on poverty.  He says it's the film's realist attitude and sense of adventure that turned the movie into a success - and, he hopes, inspires viewers to make a difference.