Press Release Archive 2011
Manhattan College Chemical Engineering Students Demonstrate Water Purification System for Underdeveloped Countries
Catholic Relief Services to consider system for use around the world.
1,400 people gathered on Manhattan College’s campus, including prospective students and parents, for the first of two Accepted Students’ Days in 2011.
Last week, 80 high school guidance counselors from the tri-state area visited Manhattan College’s campus to participate in a one-day professional development day.
More than 120 Riverdale community leaders gathered at Manhattan College for the annual Reception for Community Leaders hosted by Manhattan and the College of Mount Saint Vincent.
Manhattan College will present the movie Gasland, the HBO documentary that is spreading public awareness about gas drilling and the risks it poses on human and environmental health in the United States.
Nearly 650 students, alumni, staff and family from the Manhattan College community showed their Manhattan spirit last week and marched in the 250th New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade.
In January, 11 students and two staff members from Manhattan College’s Lasallian Outreach Volunteer Experience (L. O. V. E.) program spent eight days in Ecuador volunteering in partnership with Rostro de Cristo.
The marketing club and the Thomas More Law Society sponsored a presentation by John Paluszek ’55, senior vice president and chief legal counsel at Ketchum, one of the top five public relations agencies worldwide.
A group of 13 volunteers from Manhattan College’s Lasallian Outreach Volunteer Experience (L. O. V. E.) traveled to New Orleans and worked with Operation Helping Hands.
Manhattan College men’s track and field team won its 15th consecutive MAAC Championship title, and the women’s team came in a close second.