Press Release Archive 2012
Manhattan is the first college in New York City to receive Fair Trade College status for its work in expanding fair trade as part of its commitment to social responsibility.
On Feb. 2, Manhattan College hosted its annual Mentor Program Dinner and honored John McDonagh ’72, retired managing director of JP Morgan Chase Bank, with the Distinguished Mentor Award.
On the lower level of Manhattan College’s Hayden Hall, an unlikely space comes alive with bright visuals, dynamic sounds and the unique collections of emerging New York City artists.
Manhattan College's President Brennan O’Donnell embarked on a journey to Africa in January to witness the work of Catholic Relief Services.
We caught up with singer Nicole Frechette after a whirlwind tour abroad as she prepares to write her second album. Be the first to hear a demo of her new song, "Old Dirt Road."
The former track star balances life as a New York City public interest lawyer and record-breaking athlete.
Manhattan College will join in the celebration of National Girls and Women In Sports Day (NGWSD) during the women’s basketball team’s matchup with Siena on Thursday, Feb. 2.
Manhattan College’s Holocaust Genocide and Interfaith Education Center To Host Memorializing The Holocaust on Feb. 9
On Thursday, Feb. 9, Michael Berenbaum, Ph.D., a leading expert on the Holocaust, will present a discussion on Controversies in Memorializing the Holocaust at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Auditorium.
With the recent debut of James Franco’s film The Broken Tower, M magazine received the inside scoop on how Paul Mariani’s (’62) biography was the inspiration for the film.
As the first installment in our Course Catalog series, History of the Broadway Musical highlights the benefits of living and studying on the cusp of one of the greatest theatrical cities in the world.