Molloy College Men’s Lacrosse Scholarships Guide
Thanks for visiting the Molloy College Men’s Lacrosse scholarship and program info page. Here you will get information regarding the school and details on their Men’s Lacrosse program like who to make contact with about recruitment, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are available and ways to start the recruiting process.
Molloy College Men’s lacrosse Program Recruiting and Coaching Personnel
If you’re looking to get recruited it’s important to know who to get in front of – and NCSA has got the info you need. The Assistant Coach of the Molloy College Men’s Lacrosse program is Ian Kirby. Additional major personnel are:
- Head Coach Bernard Dell’Aquila
- Assistant Coach Joseph Giardina
- Assistant Coach Tom Graef
If you are interested in becoming a member of Molloy College Men’s Lacrosse program these are the individuals you need to contact.
Create a Free NCSA Profile to Begin Connecting with Coaches
NCSA gives student high school athletes the tools and information they need to enhance their chances of being recruited by a Men’s Lacrosse program, whether it is at Molloy College or another college. Since 2000, NCSA has been connecting coaches and athletes which is a vital part of the recruiting process. This year alone there are 24187 Men’s Lacrosse athletes utilizing the NCSA network, technology and scouting professionals to get their highlights in front of 1636 coaches at 699 colleges Men’s Lacrosse programs across the country.
|[15:00]||Faceoff Shawn Doran vs Arbouet, Jordan won by MER-M, [15:00] Ground ball pickup by MER-M Haden Bates.|
|[14:28]||GOAL by MER-M Timothy McMullen.||10||4|
|[14:28]||Faceoff Shawn Doran vs Arbouet, Jordan won by MER-M, [14:28] Ground ball pickup by MER-M Shawn Doran.|
Turnover by MER-M Devin Pipher (caused by Arbouet, Jordan).
|[13:55]||Turnover by MOL Hyman, Adam.|
|[13:52]||Ground ball pickup by MER-M Gavin Farrell.|
|[13:48]||Shot by MER-M Caleb Kueber WIDE.|
|[13:39]||GOAL by MER-M Bryce Johnson.||11||4|
|[13:39]||Timeout by MOL.|
|[13:39]||Faceoff Bo Columbus vs Arbouet, Jordan won by MER-M, [13:39] Ground ball pickup by MER-M Braden McCard.|
|[12:44]||Turnover by MER-M Peyton Manko.|
|[12:42]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Polizzi, Richie.|
|[12:30]||Turnover by MOL.|
|[12:22]||Shot by MER-M Nicholas Bartone, SAVE Hyman, Adam.|
|[12:18]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[11:30]||Shot by MOL Egan, Jack BLOCKED.|
|[11:18]||Ground ball pickup by MER-M Nicholas Bartone.|
|[11:15]||Clear attempt by MER-M failed.|
|[11:15]||Turnover by MER-M Nicholas Bartone.|
|[10:47]||Shot by MOL Kotarski, Colin WIDE.|
|[10:45]||Timeout by MER-M.|
|[10:27]||Turnover by MOL Delaney, Chris.|
|[10:12]||Ground ball pickup by MER-M Tommy Angelicola.|
|[09:59]||Clear attempt by MER-M good.|
|[09:23]||Shot by MER-M Bryce Johnson WIDE.|
|[09:11]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[09:05]||Turnover by MOL Hauser, Jeff (caused by Tommy Angelicola).|
|[09:01]||Ground ball pickup by MER-M Devin Pipher.|
|[08:38]||GOAL by MER-M Nathan Grenon, Assist by Nicholas Mabe.||12||4|
|[08:38]||Faceoff Bo Columbus vs Perciballi, Russell won by MER-M (on faceoff violation).|
|[07:42]||GOAL by MER-M Caleb Kueber, Assist by Devin Pipher.||13||4|
|[07:42]||Faceoff Bo Columbus vs Mauro, Thomas won by MOL (on faceoff violation).|
|[07:07]||Shot by MOL Plasencia, Sean, SAVE Cole Pellicano.|
|[07:02]||Clear attempt by MER-M good.|
|[06:40]||Ground ball pickup by MER-M Quinn Simonson.|
|[06:17]||Shot by MER-M Quinn Simonson BLOCKED.|
|[05:51]||Shot by MER-M Todd Redman, SAVE Hyman, Adam.|
|[05:37]||Turnover by MOL Tveter, Denver (caused by Nicholas Bartone).|
|[05:26]||Ground ball pickup by MER-M Derek Kohut.|
|[05:09]||Turnover by MER-M Quinn Simonson.|
|[05:06]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Colbert, Sean.|
|[05:02]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[04:40]||Turnover by MOL Egan, Jack (caused by Gavin Farrell).|
|[04:35]||Ground ball pickup by MER-M Gavin Farrell.|
|[04:33]||GOAL by MER-M Gavin Farrell.||14||4|
|[04:33]||Faceoff Bo Columbus vs Perciballi, Russell won by MER-M, [04:33] Ground ball pickup by MER-M Braden McCard.|
|[03:54]||GOAL by MER-M Bryce Johnson, Assist by Devin Pipher.||15||4|
|[04:25]||O’Grady, James at goalie for MOL.|
|[03:54]||Faceoff Shawn Doran vs Irving, Hunter won by MER-M, [03:54] Ground ball pickup by MER-M Shawn Doran.|
|[03:41]||GOAL by MER-M Braden McCard, Assist by Shawn Doran.||16||4|
|[03:41]||Penalty on MOL Colbert, Sean (ILLEGAL BODY CHECK/1:00) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[03:19]||GOAL by MER-M Caleb Kueber (MAN-UP), Assist by Bryce Johnson.||17||4|
|[03:19]||Faceoff Shawn Doran vs Mauro, Thomas won by MER-M, [03:19] Ground ball pickup by MER-M Braden McCard.|
|[03:03]||Turnover by MER-M Braden McCard.|
|[03:01]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Ford, Brian.|
|[02:59]||Penalty on MER-M Tommy Angelicola (PUSHING/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[02:26]||Shot by MOL Del Giorno, Nick, SAVE Cole Pellicano.|
|[02:18]||Clear attempt by MER-M good.|
|[02:16]||GOAL by MER-M Gavin Ingalls, Assist by Gavin Farrell.||18||4|
|[02:16]||Faceoff Bo Columbus vs Mauro, Thomas won by MER-M, [02:16] Ground ball pickup by MER-M Haden Bates.|
|[01:23]||Turnover by MER-M Ben Smith-Wilcox (caused by Colbert, Sean).|
|[01:19]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Daly, Sean.|
|[01:17]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[01:02]||Shot by MOL Plasencia, Sean WIDE.|
|[01:02]||Penalty on MER-M Jared Butler (HOLDING/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[00:49]||18||5||GOAL by MOL Egan, Jack (MAN-UP), Assist by Kotarski, Colin.|
|[00:49]||Faceoff Bo Columbus vs Mauro, Thomas won by MOL, [00:49] Ground ball pickup by MOL Daly, Sean.|
|[00:00]||Shot by MOL Hauser, Jeff, SAVE Cole Pellicano.|
Molloy College: About Molloy CollegeA quality, affordable education can be yours.
At Molloy College, students gain the knowledge, skills and self-confidence they need to make a difference in their lives and in our fast-paced, ever-changing world.
A private, Long Island college, Molloy provides a value-centered, multidimensional education with more than 50 quality academic undergraduate and graduate degree programs grounded in the Catholic faith, ideals of truth and respect for the dignity and worth of every individual. Our faculty is accomplished, yet approachable, leading small classes on Long Island where students are encouraged to think critically and explore creatively. Combining the strengths of academic excellence and leadership with personal, compassionate mentoring, we bring out the best in every student.
Located less than an hour from Manhattan, Molloy is one of the most affordable private colleges on Long Island. In fact, Money magazine recently ranked Molloy College one of the Nation’s top-three value colleges for the second consecutive year. The recognition comes as part of the magazine’s annual college rankings, which acknowledge the best of the country’s institutions of higher education in a multitude of categories.
We were also ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top colleges in the Northeast, higher than any other Long Island college in our category.
With approximately 5,000 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students, Molloy is large enough to offer students an academically-challenging, high-quality educational experience. At the same time, the College is small enough to provide the personal attention that enhances every student’s intellectual, ethical, spiritual and social development.
New facilities, including two residence halls, a student center and a performing arts theatre, enhance the student experience. With our recently-expanded international education program, over 60 clubs and honor societies, ample service opportunities, internships and NCAA Division II sports teams, students at Molloy College in New York have abundant opportunities to explore new interests, pursue athletics like lacrosse, basketball, baseball and soccer and enrich the local community, here, on Long Island. . . and around the globe.
|[15:00]||Dallin Isaacson at goalie for WHL.|
|[15:00]||Hyman, Adam at goalie for MOL.|
|[15:00]||Faceoff Joey Bertrand vs Irving, Hunter won by WHL, [15:00] Ground ball pickup by WHL Joey Bertrand.|
|[14:49]||Turnover by WHL Mathew Anderson.|
|[14:20]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Plasencia, Sean.|
|[13:52]||Shot by MOL Plasencia, Sean, SAVE Dallin Isaacson.|
|[13:48]||Clear attempt by WHL failed.|
|[13:33]||Turnover by WHL Alex Henderson (caused by Plasencia, Sean).|
|[11:57]||Shot by MOL Plasencia, Sean BLOCKED.|
|[11:25]||0||1||GOAL by MOL Plasencia, Sean (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Rebaudo, Jason.|
|[11:25]||Faceoff Eli Leeworthy vs Irving, Hunter won by MOL, [11:25] Ground ball pickup by MOL Rebaudo, Jason.|
|[10:37]||0||2||GOAL by MOL Rebaudo, Jason, Assist by Capicchioni, Scott.|
|[10:37]||Timeout by WHL.|
|[10:37]||Faceoff Joey Bertrand vs Irving, Hunter won by WHL, [10:37] Ground ball pickup by WHL Mathew Anderson.|
|[09:36]||Turnover by WHL Braiden Struss.|
|[09:33]||Clear attempt by MOL failed.|
|[09:17]||Turnover by MOL Colbert, Sean.|
|[09:11]||Ground ball pickup by WHL Brody Fawver.|
|[09:10]||GOAL by WHL Brody Fawver.||1||2|
|[09:10]||Faceoff Eli Leeworthy vs Irving, Hunter won by MOL, [09:10] Ground ball pickup by MOL Irving, Hunter.|
|[08:37]||Turnover by MOL Hilaire, Darryl (caused by Mathew Anderson).|
|[08:34]||Clear attempt by WHL good.|
|[07:51]||Shot by WHL Nik Mips, SAVE Hyman, Adam.|
|[07:44]||Ground ball pickup by WHL Braiden Struss.|
|[07:42]||GOAL by WHL Braiden Struss.||2||2|
|[07:42]||Faceoff Joey Bertrand vs Irving, Hunter won by MOL, [07:42] Ground ball pickup by MOL Kotarski, Colin.|
|[07:00]||Shot by MOL Delaney, Chris WIDE.|
|[06:47]||Turnover by MOL Plasencia, Sean.|
|[06:23]||Turnover by WHL Nik Mips.|
|[06:19]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Hilaire, Darryl.|
|[05:50]||Turnover by MOL Hilaire, Darryl.|
|[05:39]||Clear attempt by WHL failed.|
|[05:38]||Turnover by WHL Dallin Isaacson.|
|[05:35]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Ford, Brian.|
|[04:32]||2||3||GOAL by MOL Delaney, Chris, Assist by Kotarski, Colin.|
|[04:32]||Faceoff Joey Bertrand vs Irving, Hunter won by WHL (on faceoff violation).|
|[04:25]||Turnover by WHL Jake Wodarek.|
|[04:22]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Polizzi, Richie.|
|[04:19]||Shot by MOL Plasencia, Sean WIDE.|
|[04:13]||Clear attempt by WHL failed.|
|[03:59]||Turnover by WHL Jake Wodarek (caused by Plasencia, Sean).|
|[03:55]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Kotarski, Colin.|
|[03:53]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[03:06]||Turnover by MOL Ford, Brian.|
|[02:58]||Ground ball pickup by WHL Dallin Isaacson.|
|[02:49]||Clear attempt by WHL good.|
|[02:40]||Turnover by WHL Jacob Knippel (caused by Tveter, Denver).|
|[02:36]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Tveter, Denver.|
|[02:34]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[01:59]||2||4||GOAL by MOL Downing, Ryan, Assist by Delaney, Chris.|
|[01:59]||Faceoff Joey Bertrand vs Irving, Hunter won by MOL, [01:59] Ground ball pickup by MOL Ford, Brian.|
|[01:09]||Shot by MOL Del Giorno, Nick WIDE.|
|[00:56]||Shot by MOL Rebaudo, Jason, SAVE Dallin Isaacson.|
|[00:24]||2||5||GOAL by MOL Downing, Ryan.|
|[00:24]||Faceoff Joey Bertrand vs Irving, Hunter won by WHL, [00:24] Ground ball pickup by WHL Joey Bertrand.|
|[00:23]||Turnover by WHL Joey Bertrand (caused by Hilaire, Darryl).|
|[00:18]||Shot by MOL McCann, Edward, SAVE Dallin Isaacson.|
|[00:15]||Ground ball pickup by WHL Terrance Greene.|
|[00:13]||Clear attempt by WHL good.|
Adelphi University Athletics Men’s Lacrosse History vs Molloy CollegeMen’s Lacrosse History > Molloy College
Men’s Lacrosse History vs Molloy College from Apr 20, 2002 - Mar 13, 2019
Longest Win Streak
4/20/2002 – 4/7/2004
Longest Losing Streak
4/4/2009 – 4/4/2009
Last 9 Matchups
Largest Margin of Victory
|March 13, 2019 3/13/2019||2019||
Home Garden City, N.Y.
W 14 - 6
|April 4, 2009 4/4/2009||2009||
Home Garden City, N.Y.
L 12 - 13
|March 29, 2008 3/29/2008||2008||
Away Rockville Centre, NY
W 10 - 9
|April 7, 2007 4/7/2007||2007||
Home Garden City, N.Y.
L 12 - 13
|April 15, 2006 4/15/2006||2006||
Away Rockville Centre, NY
W 13 - 8
|April 6, 2005 4/6/2005||2005||
Home Garden City, N.Y.
L 12 - 13
|April 7, 2004 4/7/2004||2004||
Away Rockville Centre, NY
W 9 - 5
|April 16, 2003 4/16/2003||2003||
Home Garden City, N.Y.
W 15 - 7
|April 20, 2002 4/20/2002||2002||
Home Garden City, N.Y.
W 22 - 6
Mercy College Athletics Men’s Lacrosse History vs Molloy CollegeMen’s Lacrosse History > Molloy College
Men’s Lacrosse History vs Molloy College from Apr 7, 2010 - Apr 29, 2021
|mercy college merm||2||6||2||6||16|
Longest Win Streak
4/14/2011 – 4/29/2021
Longest Losing Streak
4/7/2010 – 4/7/2010
Last 10 Matchups
|April 29, 2021 4/29/2021||2021||
Home Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
W 16 - 6
|March 17, 2021 3/17/2021||2021||
Away Rockville Centre, N.Y.
W 16 - 7
|March 23, 2019 3/23/2019||2019||
Home Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
W 15 - 6
|March 31, 2018 3/31/2018||2018||
Away Rockville Centre, N.Y.
W 15 - 5
|April 2, 2017 4/2/2017||2017||
W 10 - 9
|April 9, 2016 4/9/2016||2016||
W 9 - 6
|April 11, 2015 4/11/2015||2015||
W 15 - 11
|April 19, 2014 4/19/2014||2014||
W 8 - 7
|May 5, 2013 5/5/2013||2013||
W 12 - 10
|March 28, 2012 3/28/2012||2012||
W 12 - 11
|April 14, 2011 4/14/2011||2011||
W 8 - 4
|April 7, 2010 4/7/2010||2010||
L 5 - 20
|[15:00]||Faceoff Justin Iannarone vs Mauro, Thomas won by GCUM21, [15:00] Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 Justin Iannarone.|
|[14:12]||Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 Daniel Burnham.|
|[14:11]||Shot by GCUM21 Daniel Burnham HIGH.|
|[14:05]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[13:08]||Shot by MOL Del Giorno, Nick, SAVE Austin Geissel.|
|[13:06]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Plasencia, Sean.|
|[12:42]||Turnover by MOL Del Giorno, Nick.|
|[12:40]||Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 JD Warren.|
|[12:37]||Clear attempt by GCUM21 good.|
|[12:24]||Turnover by GCUM21 Tallen Smith.|
|[12:17]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[11:50]||Shot by MOL Kotarski, Colin WIDE.|
|[11:27]||Shot by MOL Egan, Jack, SAVE Austin Geissel.|
|[11:24]||Clear attempt by GCUM21 good.|
|[10:42]||Turnover by GCUM21 Dylan Pool (caused by Hyman, Adam).|
|[10:38]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Hyman, Adam.|
|[10:37]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[10:02]||Shot by MOL Plasencia, Sean, SAVE Austin Geissel.|
|[10:00]||Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 Daniel Burnham.|
|[09:57]||Clear attempt by GCUM21 good.|
|[08:59]||GOAL by GCUM21 Randy Collins.||7||4|
|[08:59]||Faceoff Justin Iannarone vs Mauro, Thomas won by MOL, [08:59] Ground ball pickup by MOL Ford, Brian.|
|[08:40]||Shot by MOL Ford, Brian, SAVE Austin Geissel.|
|[08:35]||Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 Dakota Wright.|
|[08:32]||Clear attempt by GCUM21 good.|
|[08:15]||Turnover by GCUM21 Michael Ventresca (caused by Arbouet, Jordan).|
|[07:28]||Shot by MOL Kotarski, Colin WIDE.|
|[07:11]||7||5||GOAL by MOL Del Giorno, Nick, Assist by Rebaudo, Jason.|
|[07:11]||Faceoff Justin Iannarone vs Mauro, Thomas won by GCUM21, [07:11] Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 Dawson Heath.|
|[06:16]||Shot by GCUM21 Devin Bell, SAVE Hyman, Adam.|
|[06:14]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Tveter, Denver.|
|[06:12]||Clear attempt by MOL good.|
|[05:01]||Shot by MOL Kotarski, Colin WIDE.|
|[04:54]||Turnover by MOL.|
|[04:51]||Clear attempt by GCUM21 good.|
|[04:32]||Turnover by GCUM21 Ethan Doyle.|
|[04:29]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Arbouet, Jordan.|
|[04:25]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Arbouet, Jordan.|
|[03:26]||Turnover by MOL.|
|[03:26]||Penalty on MOL Egan, Jack (DELAY OF GAME/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[03:00]||GOAL by GCUM21 Randy Collins (MAN-UP), Assist by Dylan Pool.||8||5|
|[03:00]||Faceoff Billy Germana vs Mauro, Thomas won by GCUM21, [03:00] Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 Dawson Heath.|
|[01:59]||Shot by GCUM21 Daniel Burnham, SAVE Hyman, Adam.|
|[01:56]||Clear attempt by MOL failed.|
|[01:51]||Turnover by MOL Hyman, Adam.|
|[01:49]||Ground ball pickup by GCUM21 Daniel Burnham.|
|[01:46]||GOAL by GCUM21 P.J. Saracino, Assist by Daniel Burnham.||9||5|
|[01:46]||Faceoff Billy Germana vs Mauro, Thomas won by MOL, [01:46] Ground ball pickup by MOL Yearwood, Mikey.|
|[00:26]||Shot by MOL Egan, Jack, SAVE Austin Geissel.|
|[00:24]||Clear attempt by GCUM21 failed.|
|[00:19]||Turnover by GCUM21 Austin Geissel.|
|[00:17]||Ground ball pickup by MOL Egan, Jack.|
|[00:09]||Shot by MOL Kotarski, Colin, SAVE Austin Geissel.|
|2001||June 1, 2001||Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys, Baltimore, Maryland||Rochester Rattlers||Ryan Mollett||Defense||Princeton|
|2002||June 2, 2002||Cawley Stadium, Lowell, MA||Rochester Rattlers||Josh Coffman||Midfielder||Syracuse|
|2003||May 29, 2003||Haverford School, Haverford, PA||Bridgeport Barrage||Chris Rotelli||Midfielder||Virginia|
|2004||June 3, 2004||University of the Sacred Heart, Fairfield, Connecticut||Baltimore Bayhawks||Michael Powell||Attack||Syracuse|
|2005||June 1, 2005||University of the Sacred Heart, Fairfield, CT||New Jersey Pride||Kyle Harrison||Midfielder||Johns Hopkins|
|2006||May 31, 2006||University of the Sacred Heart, Fairfield, CT||Rochester Rattlers||Joe Walters||Attack||Maryland|
|2007||May 31, 2007||Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY||Chicago car||Pat Haim||Midfielder||Penn State|
|2008||May 28, 2008||Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ||Boston Cannons||Paul Rabill||Midfielder||Johns Hopkins|
|2009||May 27, 2009||Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ||Chicago car||Kenny Nims||Attack||Syracuse|
|2010||June 6, 2010||Yale University, New Haven, CT||Chicago car||Ned Crotty||Attack||Duke|
|2011||January 21, 2011||Pratt Street Power Plant, Baltimore, Maryland||Hamilton Nationals||Kevin Crowley||Midfielder||Stony Brook|
|2012||January 13, 2012||Philadelphia Marriott Liberty Ballroom, Philadelphia, PA||Long Island lizards||Rob Pannell||Attack||Cornell|
|2013||January 11, 2013||Philadelphia Marriott Liberty Ballroom, Philadelphia, PA||Car Ohio||Peter Baum||Attack||Colgate|
|2014||January 10, 2014||Philadelphia Marriott Liberty Ballroom, Philadelphia, PA||Car Ohio||Tom Schreiber||Midfielder||Princeton|
|2015||January 23, 2015||Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland||Florida launch||Lyle Thompson||Attack||Albany|
|2016||January 22, 2016||Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland||Atlanta blaze||Miles Jones||Midfielder||Duke|
|2017||May 28, 2017||Toby Keith’s Bar and Grill, Foxborough, MA||Florida Launch||Dylan Molloy||Attack||brown|
|2018||April 18, 2018||US Lacrosse Headquarters, Sparks, Maryland||Boston Cannons||Trevor Baptiste||Midfielder||University of Denver|
|2019||Mar 10, 2019||NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte, NC||Car Ohio||Alex Woodall||Midfielder||Towson University|
|2020||May 4, 2020||Virtual||New York Lizards||TD Ierlan||Midfielder||Yale University|
Admission to Saint Thomas Aquinas College: SAT, Admission Fee
St Thomas Aquinas College Admissions Review:
College of St Thomas Aquinas with a mainstream school with 79%. Only about two out of every ten applicants are not accepted each year.Prospective students interested in applying to the school will be required to submit an application, SAT or ACT scores, official high school transcripts, personal essays, letters of recommendation, and summaries of activities. Be sure to visit the school website for complete information on these requirements and to find out when and where to submit materials. If you have any questions or concerns, the admissions office at Saint Thomas Aquinas is always ready to help.
Admission data (2016):
- St Thomas Aquinas College Admission: 79%
- Test Results – 25/75 Percentile
- SAT Critical Read: 420/527
- SAT Mathematics: 412/530
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- ACT Composite: 17/22
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Saint Thomas Aquinas College Description:
St. Thomas Aquinas College is an independent liberal arts college located in Sparkill, New York.The college was founded in 1952 by the Dominican sisters. Located just a few miles off the banks of the Hudson River, the 48-acre Rockland County campus is less than an hour’s drive north of New York City. STAC has a student-to-faculty ratio of 17 to 1 and offers about 50 undergraduate majors, as well as several master’s and master’s degrees in business administration and education. For undergraduate students, the most popular areas of study are Social Sciences, Child and Special Education, Communication Arts, and Psychology.STAC students participate in a variety of on-campus activities including over 40 sports, social, cultural and other clubs and organizations of particular interest. St. Thomas Aquinas College Spartans compete at the NCAA II East Coast Conference.
- Total number of students: 1,852 (1,722 undergraduate degrees)
- Gender: 44% men / 56% women
- 66% full time 90 403 90 384 Expenditures (2016-17): 90 385
- Tuition Fee: US $ 29,600
- Books: $ 1250 (why so much?)
- Room and board: $ 12,390
- Other expenses: $ 2850
- Total Cost: $ 46,090
- Percentage of new students receiving aid: 97%
- Percentage of New Students Receiving Aid
- Grants: 96%
- Loans: 66%
- Average Aid
- Grants: $ 20,905
- Loans: $ 7,176
- Most popular majors: Accounting, Business Administration, Communication Arts, Criminal Justice, Elementary Education, English, Psychology, Social Sciences, Special Education, Therapeutic Holidays
- First-year student retention (full-time students): 74%
- 4-year graduation rate: 42%
- 6-year graduation rate: 60%
- Sports for Men: Golf, Basketball, Lacrosse, Football, Tennis, Baseball, Athletics
- Women’s Sports: Lacrosse, Softball, Tennis, Basketball, Football, Field Hockey, Cross Country
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- Molloy collegeinin kabyl aluu ratios: 77%
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- SAT Critical Reading: 490/580
- SAT Math39: 490/580
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Molloy College – Rockville Borborundagy New Yorktogo Zheke, Roman Catholic Humanities College.Long Island campus, Nassau okrugunda, bir neche popularu plyzhdardan bir neche mi alystykta zhana New Yorkton kyska aralykta zhaigashkan. Birinchi college residences 2011-zhyly acylgan bolso dagy, bul shaardyn syrtyndagy mektep. Molloydun okumushtuularary zhogorku darazhaga ee zhana studentterdin okutuuchular coefficient 10don 1ge cheyin zhekeche kul burushat. Student 29 bachelor’s degreetyn ichinen eңchoң medayimdyn birin tandai alyshat. өlkөdөgү programlar zhana bashtalgych bilim berүү, sotsialdyk ish zhana zhazyk sot adilettigi zhaatyndagy head popularduu programlar.Molloy oshondoy ele medayimdyk, bilim berүү, business of jana muzykalyk therapy syyaktuu bir qatar postgraduate program laryn sunush kylat. Sabaktan syrtkary student kampustun zhashoosuna activedүү katyshyp, 40tan ashuun iyrimderge zhana uyumdarga katyshat. Molloy Lions NCAA Division II East Coast conference by Synda Ataandashat.
- Zhalpy kabyl aluu: 5,069 (3,598 undergraduate students)
- Zhynysy boyuncha bөlүshtүrүү: 25% erkek / 75% ayal
- 81% Kүndүzgү okuu
Chygymdar (2016 – 17):
- Okuu akysy: $ 29,100
- Kitepter: $ 1,470 (emne үchүn myncha?)
- Bөlmө zhana tamak: $ 14,250
- Bashka chygymdar: $ 3,864 narcotics 4884
Molloy Collegeinin Karzhylyk Zhardamy (2015 – 16):
- Zhardam algan zhaңy studentterdin payyzy: 98%
- Zhardamdyn tүrlөrүn algan zhaңy studentterdin payyzy
- Granttar: 9539%
- Granttar: $ 14.149
- Inventory: $ 6.921
- Eң popularduu majorlor: Business bashkaruu, Zhazyk sot adilettigi, Bashtalgych bilim berүү, Medayimdar, Psychology, Sotsialdyk ish
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- Birinchi kurstagy studentterdi karmoo (kүndүzgү student): 85%
- 4 zhyldyk bүtүrүү deңgeeli: 48%
- 6 zhyldyk degtүerli: 48%
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Student Life @ George Washington University
The University is located in downtown D., close to the Kennedy Center, embassies and other cultural events. Students are known to be highly politically active; Uni in the US stated that “politics in George Washington is about as progressive as she is.” There are many student organizations at the university. GW has a Division I athletics program that includes men’s baseball, basketball, cross-country, golf, gymnastics, women’s lacrosse, rowing, sailing, soccer, women’s softball, squash, swimming, tennis, women’s volleyball, and water polo.Colonials athletics teams compete at the Atlantic Atlantic conference. Division II men’s and women’s rugby teams compete in the Potomac Rugby Union.
Student organizations and government
Most student organizations run through the student association of George Washington University (SA). SA is formed after the federal government with an executive, legislative and judicial branch. There are over 300 registered student organizations on campus.The largest student organization on campus, applying for membership in 2000, GW College Democrats, among many others, invited speakers such as CNN sponsor Donna Brasile and former DNC chairman Howard Dean. Likewise, GW College Republicans, one of the largest CR chapters in the country, have been visited by politicians such as former Florida Governor J. Ashcroft, Jeb Bush, and former President George W. Bush. The International Society for International Affairs (IAS) leads the United Nations model collection internationally, in addition to hosting the annual UN school and school model conferences on campus.The organization also brings together a variety of foreign dignitaries, U.S. government officials and subject matter experts to further inform and develop international understanding both at the university’s undergraduate university and in the DC community.
There are also several performance cappella groups across campus. Since the mid-1950s, the campus has hosted a school sponsored school, the Cappella group, a co-publication of GW Troubadours, and regularly records studio albums and travels around the world with the Department of Music.Sons of Pitch, GW’s only boy group, the cappella group, has been around since 2003, and the girl group GW Pitches was founded in 1996. All groups are extremely committed to philanthropy, and the Troubadours are hosting an annual charity concert in the fall called “Acappellapalooza” and “Sons of Pitch”, in which one of them called “the United States of America” in the spring. In the case of the former, bands from GWU are drawn for the concert, in the latter, bands from all over the country. The groups have raised tens of thousands of dollars for various charitable reasons.In addition, the university is home to the Voice of the Gospel Choir, a group that sings gospel music, GW Vibes, a co-edited group focused on soul music. 2003 and 2012 saw the creation of GW Sirens, another girl group, and GW Motherfunkers in the Top 40. Each year, the groups show it off in the Battle of the A-Cappella Groups, one of the biggest student events on the GW campus.
The university has chapters of many different academic groups. The local head of the Society of Physics Students was at one time sponsored by world renowned scientists such as George Gamow, Ralph Asher Alfer, Mario Schoenberg and Edward Teller, all of whom taught at the university.The Enosinian Society, founded in 1822, is one of the university’s oldest student organizations. Guest speakers include Daniel Webster.
There are three main sources of news on campus: the independent student newspaper The GW Hatchet, which publishes articles online daily and print weekly; online radio station, WRGW; and the university’s official news source, GW Today. GW also publishes the peer-reviewed journal, Review of International Affairs, which is a graduate student director at Elliott.
Another student group, the Medical Emergency Response Group (EMeRG) provides all volunteers with 24/7 emergency services for the Foggy Bottom / West End campus and community free of charge. EMeRG has been active on campus since 1994 and has progressed from answering the bike to two ambulance systems that are sanctioned by the DC Department of Health and DC Fire and EMS (DCFEMS). EMeRG also plays an active role in special events around the DC area, including the Marine Corps Marathon, National Marathon, Cherry Blossom Races, kickoffs, inaugurations, and other downtown and National Mall events.
George Washington University was ranked 12th on The Sierra Club’s Cool Schools List for 2014 and was included in the 2013 Princeton Review Guide to 322 Green Schools. The campus has a comprehensive building energy efficiency program on campus along with nine LEED-certified buildings, including the Milken School of Public Health building. The school achieves a higher ranking by renovating facilities using energy efficient technologies.
GW has a Greek community of over 2,200 students (just under 22 percent of the undergraduate population).
There are 14 recognized male fraternities on campus, including Beta Theta Pi, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Sigma Kappa, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Zeta Beta Tau.
There are 10 Panhelen families on campus, including Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Kappa and Phi Sigma Sigma.
There are seven common-ethnic fraternities and sororities (NPHCs) on campus: Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Zeta Phi Beta, and Phi Beta Sigma.
Greek culture-based organizations include: Delta Iota Nu, Kappa Phi Lambda, Lambda Pi Chi, Lambda Upsilon Lambda, Mu Sigma Upsilon, Pi Delta Psi, Sigma Lambda Upsilon, and Sigma Psi Zeta. / p>
Other Greek life exists on campus in the form of multicultural, professional, community and venerable groups: Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Alpha Delta, Delta Phi Epsilon, Theta-Tau, Phi-Sigma Pi, Alpha-Chi Sigma, Alpha-Phi Omega, Sigma Iota Ro, Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha-Omega Epsilon, C Delta Pi, Theta Sigma Alpha, Delta Epsilon Mu and Epsilon Sigma Alpha.
Athletics and Spirit Programs
George Washington University is a member of Atlantic 10, and most of its teams play at NCAA Division I. All indoor sports are played at the Smith Center on the Misty Bottom campus. Outdoor activities are held at the Mount Vernon Campus Athletic Complex. University colors are buff and blue (buff is a color similar to tan, but sometimes represented as gold or yellow). The colors were taken from the uniform of George Washington in the Revolutionary War.The teams have made great strides in recent years, including winning the first round of the NCAA Division I Soccer Tournament in 2004. A team of men and women on command from the ranks have left the Thompson Boating Center on the Potomac River and are participating in the Eastern College Rowing Association. In the 2008-09 season, the men’s team on the team placed the highest ranking in history at 12th in the country. The sailing team competes in the Middle East Intercollegiate Sailing Association and in gymnastics in the East Atlantic Gymnastics League.In 2007, the GW Men’s Water Polo team took third place at the Eastern European Championship and took 14th place in the country.
Mike Jarvis coached GW in the 1990s and led the team at NCAA Sweet 16 in 1993, where they were beaten by the Fab FiveUniversity of Michigan team (which later vacated their wins due to NCAA rule violations). Jarvis also coached former colonial head coach Carl Hobbs in high school. Former NBA player Inka Dare also played in George Washington for two years before being drafted in the first round by New Jersey Nets.
Under former head coach Carl Hobbs, the GW basketball team returned to the national stage in 2004 after losing Michigan’s No. 9 and Maryland No. 12 matches back to win the 2004 BB&T Classic. This year, the men’s basketball team won the Atlantic 10 West Title and Atlantic 10 Tournament title, receiving an automatic bet on the 2005 NCAA. The team scored a # 12 seven, losing to # 5 seed Georgia Tech in the first round.
The team began the 2005-06 season by finishing 21st in the Associated Press poll, reaching sixth in the polls, and after some tournament success they closed the year at 19th in the country.They had a 26-2 record entering the 2006 NCAA Tournament. The 2005-06 team achieved the highest school rankings in the past 50 years, reaching 6th in the nation, being one of the best in team history, and finishing 8th in the NCAA tournament. In the tournament, they returned from an 18-point deficit in the second half to defeat 9th-seed UNC-Wilmington, but lost to Duke University, the top overall seed, in the second round.
While only one Colonial from the 2005-06 squad was drafted in the 2006 NBA draft, J.R. Pinnock, two other colonialists from this team played in the NBA. Pops Mensah-Bonsu played for the Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs and currently plays for the Toronto Predators and Mike Hall played for the Washington Wizards.
The 2006-07 basketball season will be a year of colonial recovery after ending their entire initial trial and Pinnock’s loss to the NBA. Coach Carl Hobbs and senior security guard Carl Elliott managed to bring the team to a 23-8 record by winning the 2007 Atlantic Atlantic Tournament in Atlantic City, New Jersey, again earning the auto business in the NCAA Basketball I Championship.Colonials were placed as seed # 11, lost to the 17th testis of Vanderbilt University in Sacramento, CA 77-44.
Hobbs, a former player and coach under Jim Culhoun of the University of Connecticut, coached the colonialists for 10 years. Known for his animated personality liturgy, Hobbs was considered one of the most popular trainers in the NCAA. On April 25, 2011, the university released Hobbs from his contractual obligations, forcing him to retire as a men’s basketball coach.
In May 2011, Incoming Athletic Director Patrick Nero hired former University of Vermont head coach Mike Lonergan to take on the men’s basketball program. Bowie, Maryland, had a slow start to his tenure at GW, finishing 10-21 in his first full year as coach and improving to 13-17 in his second. The 2013-14 season solidified his recruitment as the team finished 24-9 this year, citing the second-highest season win in GW history; finished third in the Atlantic 10 standings and went to the Atlantic 10 Championship semi-finals; and earned his 11th NCAA entry, his first in seven years.The NCAA selected the Colonials as the # 9 seed in the Eastern Region for the tournament. They faced the No. 8 Memphis seed in the second round. The Tigers took a five-point lead over the colonials in half, but the colonialists almost returned to win. A later rally cut Memphis to lead to only one point with 25 seconds to go, but the colonialists could not resist and lost 71-66.
Shortly after the end of the successful colonization of the 2013-14 campaign, Lonergan signed an extension contract, keeping it with the program for the 2020-21 season.
Colonialists won the 2016 National Invitation Tournament by beating Monmouth, Florida, Ohio, San Diego and Valparaiso for the first national title in their history.
The Washington Washington Colonials baseball team is a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, which is part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association I Division The first George Washington baseball team was exhibited in 1891.The team plays home games at Barcroft Park in Arlington, Virginia. The columns are trained by Gregg Richie.
The school sponsored intercollegiate football from 1881 to 1966. The team played home games mainly at Griffith Stadium and later at RFK Stadium. In 1966, the football program was discontinued due to a number of factors, including the lack of sufficient team capacity and the university’s desire to develop a field home on campus for basketball and other sports.GW has one graduate in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Alphonse Lemans.
The GW Spirit Program includes a Cheer Team, First Ladies Dance, and a university mascot. The Colonials mascot is named George and is depicted as a student wearing clothing inspired by the uniform worn by General Washington. In 2012, George took 1st place in the Mascot Association’s National Martial Arts Competition and became the university’s first national champion.The sports teams are called colonizers, which were chosen by the student body in 1924. The spiritual program also includes colonial brass under the guidance of Professor Benno Fritz. The official battle song is “Hail Buff,” Blue, composed in 1924 by a student of Eugene F. Sweeney and rewritten in 1989 by Patrick M. Jones. The song is played twice a day with bells at Corcoran Hall, at 12:15 pm and 6:00 pm.
The university also has various club sports that are not varsity sports but compete with other colleges.For example, basketball, volleyball, ice hockey, fencing, lacrosse, rugby, football, cricket, tennis, ultimate frisbee, cricket and others. The GW Club Sports Council was founded in 2010 to act as a lobbying body between Club Sports in GW and the administration.
GW Men’s Rugby Football Club
George Washington RFC is the oldest club sport in GW. It was founded in 1967. The team competes in Potomac Rugby Union with teams such as Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, UMBC, George Mason, national semi-finalist Towson in 2013, and the second semi-final of 2013 Salisbury.
United States of America – What a tourist needs to know, guidebookThe Statue of Liberty is included in the list of the tallest statues in the world, where it ranks 41st when considering the size of the sculpture itself. If we compare the monuments together with their pedestals, then the list will be completely different, since some of the pedestals are very high, others are low, and still others are absent. Taking into account all the components, the inhabitant of Freedom Island turns out to be much closer to the top of the list – on the 10th line, and until 1959 she took 1st place in it.Moreover, until 1961 it was among the leaders in terms of basic growth.
History of the Statue of Liberty
As noted, the Statue of Liberty was a gift to America from the French people, but it is important to add that the design, fundraising and creation of the monument is a joint effort between France and the United States. The design of the statue was invented by the sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, who also owns the famous monument of the Lion of Belfort, and the project for its construction was created by the engineer Gustave Eiffel.The work started in the early 1870s and ended only in 1884. But even before the design was fully thought out, Bartholdi created a head and hand with a torch, which were presented in 1876 at international exhibitions: at Madison Square in New York and the World’s Fair in Philadelphia, respectively.
The prototype of the appearance was the Roman goddess Libertas, or the goddess of freedom. In his left hand, the statue holds a tablet with a Roman inscription: “JULY IV MDCCLXXVI”, which means the date of American independence – July 4, 1776.The crown with long beams symbolizes the sun, which together with the torch illuminates the world. There are seven rays in total, which refers to the seven seas and seven continents. With its left foot, “Freedom Illuminating the World” stands on the broken shackles reflecting the abolition of slavery. The frame for the sculpture was made of steel, and the sculpture itself was made of 2.4 mm thick copper sheets. Initially, the Statue of Liberty had a reddish hue characteristic of this metal, but already at the beginning of the 20th century, an oxide-carbonate film, known as patina, formed on its surface under the influence of air and moisture, and the sculpture acquired a soft green-blue color.
Statue of Liberty Museum
There is a museum in the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, where you can find out basic details about the monument, as well as see interesting exhibits. So, in the hall there is an original torch, which in 1986, as part of the restoration work, was replaced by a new one, covered with 24-carat gold. However, the torch is not the only exhibit in the museum that allows one to appreciate the imposing size of the Statue of Liberty up close – there is also a life-size replica of her left leg in the hall: only one little finger is quite comparable to about a 3-year-old child.
Inside the statue, along its entire height, there is a staircase that allows you to climb to the crown itself, the 25 windows of which create a magnificent panorama of New York and its environs. True, to get there, tickets need to be booked several months in advance, since no more than 240 visitors are allowed upstairs every day, but up to 12,000 come to the island. There is an observation deck in the pedestal itself, from there you can see a view of New York Bay. 3,000 people are admitted there every day. An excursion to Liberty Island also includes a visit to neighboring Ellis Island, where the Museum of American Population is located.
The first American cookbook was published in 1796. The significance of this work is so great that it is called the cornerstone of the country’s culinary and a kind of second Declaration of Independence of the United States. In a sense, the author, a simple orphan woman Amelia Simmons, really writes about independence: she has collected English recipes in which some of the ingredients are replaced by products characteristic of the continent, for example, oats – corn.We can say that European and Indian cuisines met in this edition. But that was just the beginning – in the future, immigrants from dozens of countries made a great contribution.
From variety to diet and cost
The art of cooking in this country is a fusion of styles, and it is difficult to speak in general. It is better to separately study American-Chinese cuisine, American-Italian, American-Mexican, Louisiana Creole, Pennsylvania Dutch … True, it is still difficult to talk about American-Russian cuisine, but who knows, maybe one day it will also appear.At the same time, there are enough Russian restaurants in the USA. By the way, about restaurants (any): if such an institution is positioned as a mid-level one, a dinner there costs about $ 12, as a high-level one – twice as much. If we are talking about fast food restaurants like McDonald’s, then $ 7 is required. This data was found on the Numbeo service in June 2016.
If you want to spend even less, $ 5, you can use the services of kitchens on wheels, but the cheapest way, as in any country, is to simply cook at home.It also makes it easier to keep track of your diet. This issue is very relevant in the United States – regular fast food is associated with an epidemic of obesity: approximately 35% of adults and 17% of children in this country are obese. During the 1980s and 1990s, the average American’s calorie intake increased by 24%. This has led to an increase in financial costs, including medical costs – on average, treatment associated with this diagnosis requires an additional $ 1,429, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – CDS.
Find out how much you need to spend on a US grocery basket that provides 2,400 calories a day, which is enough for most adults. Let’s take the Numbeo statistics again, and, like last time, it concerns not a specific city, but the country as a whole. There are two main food styles – western and eastern. The first costs $ 334, the second $ 263 per month, with each balanced (but sticking to any, you need to take into account the characteristics of your body). You can see the list of products, their prices, taking into account the daily weight / quantity, on the mentioned website.Let’s just note that, of course, there is more rice in the eastern basket (250 g instead of 100 g), but there is absolutely no milk in it.
Read “Pretty Little Liars (LP)” – Shepard Sarah – Page 7
Aria felt her heart sink.
“Hmm,” she said.
– No, dude. – James Freed, another sex symbol of the Rosewood School, drew behind him. – She did not go to the North Pole, but to Finland. Well, you know where the top model Svetlana comes from. The one that looks like Hannah?
Aria scratched the back of her head.Hannah? In the sense of Hannah Marine ?
The whistle blew and Noel reached through the window and touched Aria’s shoulder.
– Will you stay, watch the training, Finland?
– Uh … ja, – answered Aria.
– Is this a Finnish sex grump? James chuckled.
Aria rolled her eyes. She was almost sure that ja in Finnish means yes, but these guys hardly knew such subtleties.
– Go frolic with your balls.She smiled wearily.
The guys nudged each other and ran, swinging their lacrosse clubs. Aria watched them go. How strange. For the first time in her life, she flirted with a guy in Rosewood – , especially with Noel – and nothing trembled in her soul.
Through the trees, she made out the spire of the chapel on the grounds of Hollis Liberal Arts College, where her father taught. Aria remembered that there was also a Snookers bar on the main street. She sat up straight in the seat and looked at her watch.Half past two. Maybe you’re lucky and the bar will be open. She would have had time to drink a mug of beer, or even two, to cheer herself up.
Yes, and maybe after the beer Rosewood’s boys will seem more attractive to her.
* * *
While Reykjavik bars smelled like fresh lager, old wood and French cigarettes, Snookers smelled of rotten meat, hot dogs and sweat. The Snookers, like everything else in Rosewood, evoked memories: One Friday night, Alison DiLaurentis challenged Aria to enter a bar for a Screaming Orgasm cocktail.Aria stood in line for the prep school boys and, when the bouncer at the door refused to let her in, exclaimed, “But I need a screaming orgasm!” When it dawned on her what she said, she wanted to sink into the ground. She rushed back to her friends, who were hiding behind a car in the parking lot. Everyone laughed to the point of hiccups.
“Amstel,” she said curtly to the bartender as she walked through the glass doors of the bar – apparently on Saturday, at half past three in the afternoon, there was no need for bouncers.The bartender looked up inquiringly, but nevertheless put a pint of beer in front of her and turned away. Aria took a long gulp. The beer turned out to be bland and watery in taste. She spat it back into the glass.
– Is everything all right?
Aria turned her head. Three stools away from her sat a guy with tousled blond hair and ice blue eyes like a Siberian husky. In his hands he was holding a low glass with some kind of drink.
– Yes, I already forgot what beer is here.She lived in Europe for two years. The beer is definitely better there.
– In Europe? The guy smiled. He had a very sweet smile. – And in which country?
Aria smiled back.
– In Iceland.
His eyes flashed.
– I once stopped for a few days in Reykjavik on my way to Amsterdam. There was also such a grand party in the harbor.
Aria grabbed a tall glass of beer with both hands.
“Yes,” she said with a smile, “they have the best parties there.
– Have you seen the northern lights?
“Of course,” Aria replied. – And the midnight sun. In the summer we had such cool discos … with the best music. She looked at his glass. – What are you drinking?
“Whiskey,” he said, already signaling the bartender. – Do you want?
She nodded. The guy moved and was next to her. He had beautiful hands with long fingers and unevenly cropped nails. On the lapel of his corduroy jacket, there was a pinned badge that read “SMART WOMEN VOTE!”
– So you lived in Iceland? He smiled again.- Probably a one-year training program? 
“Um … no,” Aria said. The bartender put a glass of whiskey in front of her. She swallowed dashingly, as if it were beer. A fire started at once in his throat and chest. – I was in Iceland because …
She caught herself in time and bit her tongue.
– Yes, according to a one-year program … – Let him think what he wants.
– Cool. He nodded. – Where did you live before?
– Um … here in Rosewood.She smiled and quickly added, “But I liked it much more there.
He nodded in understanding.
– I generally fell into depression when I returned to the States after Amsterdam.
“And I roared all the way home,” Aria admitted, for the first time since her return feeling herself – a renewed, uninhibited Icelandic Aria. Not only did she talk to a smart and handsome guy about Europe, but he was also, perhaps, the only person in Rosewood who did not know her as a weirdo Aria from Rosewood School, a friend of a local beauty, missing in action.- So you study here? She asked.
– Already graduated. He wiped his mouth with a napkin and lit a Camel. He offered her a cigarette from a pack, but she refused. – Now I will teach.
Aria took another sip and realized that the whiskey was out. Wow, waved.
– I would also like to teach. When I finish my studies. Or I’ll become a playwright. I will write plays.
– Yes? Plays? What is your department?
– Hmm, English literature. The bartender put another shot of whiskey in front of her.
– This is exactly what I teach! The guy exclaimed. And the next moment his hand fell on her knee. Aria flinched in surprise, nearly knocking over her glass. He immediately removed his hand. She blushed.
“Sorry,” he said, a little embarrassed. – By the way, my name is Ezra.
– Aria. – Her own name suddenly struck her as funny. She giggled and rocked.
– Wow. Ezra managed to grab her arm.
After the third scotch, Aria and Ezra have already figured out that they both know the old sailor bartender from the Borg bar in Reykjavik, both of them were pleasantly sleepy after swimming in the hot mineral springs of the blue lagoon, and they actually like , geothermal sulfuric water smells like rotten eggs.Ezra’s blue eyes grew brighter with each passing moment. Aria was tempted to ask if he had a girlfriend. She could feel the warmth pouring in her, and she was almost sure that it was not only from the whiskey.
“I think I need to go to the bathroom,” Aria said in a slightly tangled tongue.
– Can I go with you?
Count, answered the question about the girl.
– I mean, uh … – He rubbed the back of his head. – Am I too hasty? He asked, glancing at her from under furrowed brows.
Her head was noisy, her thoughts were confused. Sex with the first person she met was not for her, at least in America. But didn’t she say that she wants to be Icelandic Aria?
She stood up, took his hand and led him. They did not take their eyes off each other. The toilet floor was littered with scraps of paper, and it smelled worse than the bar, but Aria didn’t notice. When Ezra lifted her up and sat her on the sink and her legs wrapped around his waist, she could smell only his scent – a mixture of whiskey, cinnamon and sweat – and there was no scent sweeter for her.
As they would say in Finland or wherever else – ja-ja.
3. Hannah’s Precious Pranks
– And it looks like they were having sex in Bethany’s parents’ bedroom!
Hannah Marin stares across the table at her best friend, Mona Wonderwall. There were two days left before school began, and they sat in the French open-air cafe Rive Gauche in the King James Mall, drank red wine, compared Vogue and Tin Vogue magazines, and wentssip. Mona was a lover of throwing mud at people.Hannah took a sip of her wine and noticed a man in his forties devouring them with carnivorous eyes. To me, too, local Humbert Humbert , Hannah thought, but said nothing. Mona wouldn’t have understood this literary reference anyway, but just because Hannah was the most popular girl in school didn’t mean that she hadn’t looked at the recommended reading list for the summer, especially when lying by her pool, tossing about idleness. In addition, “Lolita” has long attracted her with its delightful obscenity.
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Kyle’s relationship with the Count has long been a complex combination of affection, duty and tension. Kyle’s relationship with the earl had always been a complex blend of affection, duty, and tension. The jury ruled to terminate the parental rights of his father, Kyle Walker. This panel has decided to terminate the parental rights of the father, Kyle Walker. However, even Altia heard a note of clear concern in Kyle’s voice. Even Althea could hear the vague note of anxiety in Kyle’s voice. Kayla said he fell off a slide in the park. Kayla claims that he got it falling off the slide in the park. Kyle was pushed into the tiny cell with such force that he hit the opposite wall. Kyle was shoved into the tiny stone room with such violence that he crashed into the opposite wall. Obviously, Kyle was very much loved in the family, if they cared so diligently for his widow. Kyle must have been greatly loved by his family to have earned the care extended to his widow. These dots indicate the frequent locations of Kyle Bristow and his two phones over the past month. These points represent the frequent locations of Kyle Bristow’s two phones during the last month. The defense was based on the fact that Kyle should be blamed, and Thomas is innocent. The defense argued that Kyle was to blame, and that Thomas was innocent. We wanted to visit Kyle’s house in the mountains and stay in Edinburgh on the way back. We thought we’d visit Kyle’s house in the Highlands, then spend some time in Edinburgh. He found out that I had slept at Kyle’s. He found out that I’d been sleeping over at Kyle’s. The Glock found at the crime scene had Kyle’s prints on the handle and… partial palm print, unidentified. Glock at the scene had Kyle’s prints on the grip and … a partial palm print, unidentified. You know, Kyle’s competitive binding idea is very promising. You know, the competitive binding idea that Kyle had was really inspired. Yes, commenting on glorious plays was kind of a big deal for Kyle. Yeah, commenting on fame was, like, Kyle’s big thing. Kayla and Sam are under normal surveillance. kayla and Sam continued to receive routine care. When guys are done measuring their merits … by the way, I bet on Charlie … if you repeat the dial on the phone, it will be Kyle’s number. When you guys are done with the junk-measuring contest … by the way, my money’s on Charlie … if you hit redial on the cell, that’ll be Kyle’s number. But I don’t want to be Kyle’s warmer in a long flannel nightie again. I don’t want to go back to being Kyle’s bed warmer in a flannel nightgown. Kyle’s attorneys … settled on Klein. Kyle’s lawyers are all after Klein. Here’s the deal, I have a package for Kyle, you know, to cheer him up. The thing is, I’ve got this little package for Kyle, you know, it’s a performance enhancer. First I need to distill it into a concentrate for Kyle and others who might get sick. I need to distill it first into a concentrate for Kyle and anyone else who may be sick. I also want to take this opportunity to honor one of my fellow fellows in this nomination – Kyle Bishop. I also wanted to take this opportunity to acknowledge one of my fellow nominees, Kyle Bishop. Because the world has never heard such tolerant and touching words as Kyle Broflovski’s speech about his hero – Caitlin Jenner. Because never have there been more tolerant, more moving words than Kyle Broflovski’s speech about his hero, Caitlyn Jenner. But then I remind myself that, you know, some of Kyle’s ideas were too crude and unformed. And then I have to remind myself that, you know, some of Kyle’s ideas were young and unformed. Next – Kayla Madden, our main witness. Kayla Madden, our star witness, is up next. Okay, you gotta know … what’s going to be 10 times hotter there, behind the scenes of the Kyle Gass Project. Well, you’d better know so … ’cause there’s gonna be ten times hotter ones … backstage at the Kyle Gass Project. Two months ago, Kyle Reese was detained for a fight in a movie theater. Two months ago, Kyle Reese was brought in for fighting in a multiplex. I studied a blood sample from Kyle Walker. I analyzed Kyle’s blood sample. After consulting a surgeon, it was determined that the bullet pierced Kyle Stansbury’s head at an angle of minus 17 degrees and exited along a trajectory of an angle of minus 28 degrees. After consulting the surgeon, it was determined that the bullet struck Kyle Stansbury’s head at a negative 17-degree angle, and exited with a negative 28-degree trajectory. I wanted to thank you for distracting ex-Kyle. I just wanted to thank you for diverting Kyle’s ex. Kyle has already been left after school for two weeks. Kyle’s already gotten two weeks of detention. No mother will confirm this, but sometimes I fantasize, for example, with this pillow … and when Kayla is in her crib. No mother will admit this, but sometimes I fantasize, like, like this pillow here … I mean, and when Kayla was in her crib. When he took Kyle to competitions and piano rehearsals. Taking Kyle to his piano competitions and recitals. Joseph and Kayla are trying to assemble a group to decipher them. Joseph and Kyla are trying to get a team to authenticate them. Participation of Kyle Devora’s guard has not been confirmed. Unconfirmed involvement with Kyle Devore’s protective detail. I kind of want to feel Kyle. I kind of want to be felt up by Kyle. He couldn’t zip up his own fly, let alone help Kyle win his case. He couldn’t even zip up his own fly. Yes, but you must not lose to Kyle Barnstein’s team (Jewish team). Yes, but you don’t have to lose to Kyle Burnsteen Barmistva party. You said it would save Dr. Kyle. You said it would save Dr. Kyle. The killer knew his main victim and Kyle well. The killer had to have known both his intended victim And kyle fairly well. There are serious charges and they take Kyle to safety and then they took him away. Serious allegations had been made, and they were taking Kyle to a place of safety, -and then they took him away. Yesterday’s early morning raid in Brooklyn failed to capture Mark Gray, but federal officials are confident that his arrest, like the arrest of Daisy and Kyle Locke, is imminent. Yesterday’s early morning raid in Brooklyn failed to capture Mark Gray, but federal officials are confident that his arrest, as well as that of Daisy and Kyle Locke, is imminent. Kyle’s blanket and sheet were torn and thrown to the floor. Kyle’s sheet and blanket were pulled apart and off the bed. Molloy said he remembered seeing Kyle in rehab on March 23rd because they watched the Clippers-Warriors game, exactly as Kyle said. Molloy said he remembered seeing Kyle at the rec center on March 23rd ’cause they were watching the Clippers-Warriors game together, just like Kyle said. Is there really no financial support for Kyle when he turns 18, three months from now? There won’t be any financial support at all for Kyle when he turns 18, which is in three months? Was able to track Kyle Russo’s movements from the food van where he was eating to Duke’s market square, and you guys were right. I was able to track Kyle Russo’s movements from a food truck he ate at through Duke’s Marketplace, and you guys were right. We already have Kyle’s principal, Mark Campbell. Downstairs, we’re already holding Kyle’s head teacher, Mark Campbell. Rumor has it on the streets that you are taking Kyle to this enemy tournament of yours. Wow, word on the street is you’re taking Kyle to that grudge cup thing. Kayla is the captain of the field hockey, basketball and lacrosse teams. Okay, Cayla is the captain of the field hockey, basketball and lacrosse team. Does not match Kyle’s DNA. Kyle’s DNA was not a match. Kayla, I was more honest with you than with anyone. Kyla, I’ve been more open with you than almost anyone ever. Lancaster needed to hit Kyle to make him look like Rollins’ victims. Lancaster had to hit kyle to make the wounds consistent with rollins’ victims. Kyle has my picture and is going to show everyone on Show and Tell. Kyle, has a picture of me and he’s gonna show everyone during Show and Tell. He pretended to be Kyle for weeks in order to get to know you and find an approach in real life – through your preferences, what you love and dislike, what makes you laugh and smile. He spent weeks as Kyle, getting to know you, so that he could approach you in the real world- your preferences, what you liked and disliked, what made you laugh and smile. We wanted to leave you, but due to our age and Kyle’s personality, we were not allowed to take custody of the three of you. We wanted to keep you, but because of our age and Kyle’s special needs, they wouldn’t let us adopt all three of you. I have reason to believe that Kayla is a man. I have reason to believe that Kyla is a man. Since you look too different we have combined you with Raymond and Kayla with Ben. Because you have such different looks we’re putting you with Raymond and Kyle with Ben. I’ll play this card to get Kyle back seven steps. I would play this card to move Kyle back sever spaces. I’m the principal of his school and I need to see Kyle. I’m the superintendent of his school, and I need to see Kyle. If Marcel loved Kyle, he wouldn’t be so inappropriate to his friends and family. If Marcel ever loved Kyle, he wouldn’t treat his friends and his family so poorly. Kayla Seligman and Arianna Donas are the admissions dream of any college. Cayla Seligman and Arianna Donas are a college admissions officer’s dream. Detective Hale says they are going to retest Kyle’s tissue samples. Detective Hale says they’re going to re-test the tissue samples from Kyle. Other Results
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