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Sociology 319, a summer course called Practicing Empowerment, facilitated Manhattan College students the opportunity to help Bronx residents who are struggling with deteriorating housing conditions for the third year in a row. Read More...
Mitchell S. Aboulafia, Ph.D., was recently appointed professor and chair of the philosophy department at Manhattan College effective Aug. 29. Read More...
Christopher Gorman ’05 planned on pursuing a career after graduation in writing or journalism, but is now helping to co-chair the Spectrum, an initiative at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Read More...
Manhattan College continues to prepare future journalists and communications professionals to go after their dreams by awarding annual scholarships for students to work on the College newspaper. Read More...
From July 5 through July 8, 19 Bronx high school students participated in the third Summer Literacy Institute program on Manhattan College’s campus. Read More...
Manhattan College student, Katherine P. Krauss, class of 2011 and a resident of Montvale, N.J., was honored with the Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal at its Spring Honors Convocation on May 19. Read More...
Manhattan College’s school of arts now offers an urban affairs major with a more concentrated focus on urban issues and no longer requires students to have a dual major. Read More...
Current or prospective sociology majors at Manhattan College now have even more course options than before with a new minor in cultural anthropology, and a concentration in immigration and global sociology. Read More...
Manhattan College will host a Fall Open House for college-bound students on Sunday, Oct. 24 starting at 12:00 p.m. in the Chapel of De La Salle with opening welcome remarks from Brennan O’Donnell, Ph.D., president of Manhattan. Read More...
Beginning in the fall semester of 2010, Manhattan College’s School of Arts will be offering a major in art history. Read More...

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