News Headline: Police Commissioner Breaks Ground On Future Manhattan College Student Commons
News Text:
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly broke ground at the future site of Manhattan College's Raymond W. Kelly Student Commons Thursday.
Outlet Full Name:
NY 1 News - Online
News Date:
Thursday, December 13, 2012
News Headline: Police Commissioner Kelly a Manhattan College graduate Returns to
News Text:
Police Commissioner Kelly a Manhattan college graduate returns to his alma mater today to join the school's president to break ground on the Riverdale campus for the Raymond W Kelly student conference seventy thousand square foot building will provide space for academics student life activities fitness dining and study.
Outlet Full Name:
WINS-AM
News Date:
Thursday, December 13, 2012
News Headline: Raymond W. Kelly '63 Student Commons
News Text:
On Dec. 13, members of the Manhattan College community gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Raymond W. Kelly '63 Student Commons. A newscast aired on WCBS News radio on Dec. 16.
Outlet Full Name:
WCBS-AM (CBS News Radio)
News Date:
Sunday, December 16, 2012
News Headline: Manhattan College Breaks Ground on Kelly Commons
News Text:
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly returned to his old Bronx stomping grounds on Dec. 13 for the ceremonial groundbreaking of Manhattan College's new student center.
Outlet Full Name:
Riverdale Press - Online
News Date:
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
News Headline: Washington HEIGHTS
News Text:
"I'm a senior at Manhattan College, majoring in English, so I don't know exactly what l want yet."
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News Date:
Thursday, December 20, 2012
News Headline: New York Stock Exchange Sold to Derivatives Company in $8bn Takeover
News Text:
Charles Geisst, author of Wall Street: A History and a finance professor at Manhattan College, said: "The NYSE has faded in the past few years, for most professionals this is a sign of the times. Trading could take place on the moon right now as long as you have the right communications."
Outlet Full Name:
Guardian - Online, The
News Date:
Thursday, December 20, 2012
News Headline: NYSE to Sell Itself In $8.2 Billion Deal
News Text:
"The trading floor is going to become like the Roman Forum," said Wall Street historian Charles Geisst, a Manhattan College finance professor. "It'll be a nice place to visit, but nothing much will go on there."
Outlet Full Name:
Wall Street Journal, The
News Date:
Friday, December 21, 2012
News Headline: That Time 150 Years Ago When Thousands of People Watched Baseball on Christmas Day
News Text:
“It would have probably resembled a Sunday morning old guy's softball game,” says George B. Kirsch, professor of history at Manhattan College and author of Baseball in Blue & Gray: The National Pastime during the Civil War. “The idea was to get the ball into play, so scores were usually pretty high.
Outlet Full Name:
Smithsonian - Online
News Date:
Friday, December 21, 2012
News Headline: Future of the New York Stock Exchange May Hinge on Its Past
News Text:
“What you are looking at today is nothing more than a visual representation of American market capitalism,” said Charles Geisst, a finance professor at Manhattan College and author of Wall Street: A History.
Outlet Full Name:
WNYC - Online
News Date:
Friday, December 21, 2012
News Headline: Radio Interview on The Rabbi and the Judge on Dec. 24
News Text:
Mehnaz M. Afridi, Ph.D., director of the Manhattan College Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center, was interviewed on The Rabbi and the Judge on WVOX 1460 AM on Dec. 24.
Outlet Full Name:
WVOX-AM
News Date:
Monday, December 24, 2012

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