News & Events

Read all of March's faculty, staff and student accomplishments. Read More...
The next installment in our Course Catalog series, Urban America and Catholic Social Teaching sends students into the Bronx to put their Lasallian values to action through service-learning. Read More...
The Manhattan College English department and the school of arts are launching the fourth semester of the Major Author Reading Series (M.A.R.S.), beginning with acclaimed author Junot Díaz on Feb. 29 at 5 p.m.  Read More...
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. Read More...
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. Read More...
The Lesson Plan: The Story of the Third Wave will preview at the College on Jan. 30, and the documentary is based on an experiment a high school history teacher conducted in 1967 on fascism. Read More...
Mehnaz M. Afridi, Ph.D., a scholar in Muslim identity and Jewish relations, was hired last summer as the director for Manhattan College’s expanded Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center. Read More...
High school students who are learning Spanish, French or Italian and wish to pursue language study in college now have the opportunity to apply for a scholarship. Read More...
Manhattan College’s newly expanded Holocaust Genocide and Interfaith Education Center is gearing up for its fall semester of programming with two enlightening events. Read More...
Manhattan College is hosting the first of its three-part Major Authors Reading Series (M.A.R.S.) and debuting with distinguished essayist, novelist and film critic Phillip Lopate. Read More...

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