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Claire Nolte will research the history of 19th century Prague. Read More...
View the accomplishments of the School of Arts faculty and students this summer. Read More...
Kiera Maguire ’08 thought she would pursue broadcast journalism, but after two years serving as a Lasallian Volunteer she realized that teaching was her passion. She's still teaching while also working towards her master's degree in education. Read More...
Kathleen Bulson ’09 has always enjoyed volunteering and helping others. Her experience as a Lasallian Volunteer taught her independence and set her on a career path in service work. Read More...
Christina Caughey ’09 served as a founding Lasallian Volunteer in New Orleans. The experience changed her life for the better and helped her decide on what path to pursue in the future. Read More...
Recent graduates Simon Leibovic and Rachel Swartz will begin a year of service with the Lasallian Volunteers later this summer. Read More...
Pulitzer prize winners and poet laureates are among the authors who have participated in the Major Author Reading Series program at Manhattan College. Read More...
From June 7-10, Manhattan College hosted the Media Ecology Association’s 13th annual convention, bringing together hundreds of media experts from around the world to present and discuss their latest findings in media culture. Read More...
Fulbright Scholar Grant recipient and religious studies professor Robert Geraci, Ph.D. examines the intersection of religion, robotics, artificial intelligence and video games. Read More...

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