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first_imgThe Saint Mary’s Academic Continuation Task Force is reviewing several options for the fall semester, Interim President Nancy Nekvasil announced in an email Tuesday. The College still intends to bring students back to campus for the academic semester, she said, but has yet to issue a formal plan.This statement follows plans announced by Notre Dame and Holy Cross for an early start and conclusion to the upcoming fall semester.“You may have seen that the University of Notre Dame recently announced its plan to begin on-campus classes on August 10,” Nekvasil said in the email. “Please know that this is one of the scenarios we are considering.”President-elect Katie Conboy will collaborate with the College’s leadership team and the Academic Continuation Task Force to finalize plans to safely bring students back to campus.Tags: 2020 fall semester, Academic Continuation Task Force, COVID-19, Interim President Nancy Nekvasil, Katie Conboylast_img read more

first_imgLetterkenny has its fair share of eating houses to cater for its bustling population.One of Alana’s mouthwatering dishes!But one of the newest kids on the block is an unlikely contender as a place to make a regular stopping-off spot.‘Fingers and forks’ is the brainchild of young local chef Alana Gallagher. A graduate of the Killybegs Catering College, Letterkenny woman Alana has brought her culinary skills to the Voodoo Lounge.While at night Voodoo may be thumping to the sounds of the latest beats, during the day it is a much more relaxing affair.In fact, the chilled out atmosphere of the bar offers the perfect surroundings for Alana’s food.The woman behind the superb food at Fingers and Forks at Voodoo Lounge in Letterkenny.Available from 12.30pm until 10.30pm, the menu offers everything from sandwiches with a twist to splendid seafood platters. On the day we visited, there were a few bodies who have already cottoned on to Alana’s culinary offerings.After we ordered, Alana surprised us with a bowl of pea and ham soup.Not being a lover of soup, and certainly not peas, I was nervous.Needless to say my companion reminded me that I said I didn’t like soup as I scraped the end of the bowl. Perfection!My companion had a seafood platter as a main which looked like it had just come off the boat at Greencastle it looked so fresh. He assured me it tasted as good as it looked.The surprisingly stunning pea and ham soup.I opted for the chargrilled chicken Panini and it was cooked to perfection complete with a generous portion of handmade chips.We didn’t have time for dessert but they looked to die for.Voodoo might not be the first place you might think of for lunch or a bite of bar-food. But once you gets your ‘fingers and forks’ into Alana Gallagher’s cooking, you’ll be back.Give it a go.WHY ALANA’S FOOD IS WORTH GETTING YOUR ‘FINGERS AND FORKS’ INTO! was last modified: February 24th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Alana GallagherFingers and ForksVoodoo Loungelast_img read more