Press Release Archive 2011
A team of ten undergraduate business students competed against 28 other institutions in the regional competition of the Eastern Economic Association’s Federal Reserve Challenge on Oct. 28.
Manhattan College elected William P. Hannon ’69, chief risk and business conduct officer for The Travelers Companies, and resident of Demarest, N.J., to the College’s board of trustees on Oct. 27.
Leader of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools to tour the District of Eastern North America Nov. 1-15
The Methodist Home for Nursing and Rehabilitation awarded Manhattan College with the good neighbor award at its 160th Anniversary Gala held at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx on Oct. 20.
Manhattan College is hosting an Engineering Awareness Day on Friday, Nov. 11 for prospective students interested in studying engineering and science.
Manhattan College will host a Fall Open House for college-bound students on Sunday, Oct. 30.
On Oct. 1, the Manhattan College community and members of the Kearney family gathered together to honor Joseph Kearney '67 and re-dedicate the new five-lane Mondo surface indoor track.
On Sept. 28, Manhattan College's first five-year M.B.A. class symbolically transitioned from undergraduate students to graduate students with a special presentation and ceremony.
Robert Hammond, co-founder and executive director of Friends of the High Line, will be on campus to discuss his new book.
On Wednesday, Oct. 26, the College will celebrate its annual Lasallian Convocation.