News Headline: The Goldman Sachs primary
News Text:
“Goldman likes to play both sides of the fence and that’s especially true of a race like this where either of these two candidates — Bush and Clinton — could ultimately be helpful to them,” said Charles Geisst, a Wall Street historian at Manhattan College.
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Politico
News Date:
Monday, March 2, 2015
News Headline: MAAC Tournament men's capsules
News Text:
The defending MAAC champion Jaspers use relentless pressure to force more turnovers than any other team in the conference. Andujar is a complete player whom Masiello has said doesn't get enough recognition for his excellence. Manhattan has enough depth to win three tournament games in three days.
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timesunion.com
News Date:
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
News Headline: State Sen. Kevin Witkos Names Simsbury Resident John Romano Veteran of the Month
News Text:
After serving, Romano pursued an education at Manhattan College in New York and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He worked as a design engineer and manager in nuclear waste handling systems for 18 years.
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Simsbury (Ct.) Patch
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: After the Dred Scott Decision, Citizenship was Determined in the Civil War West
News Text:
Adam Arenson is an associate professor of history at Manhattan College and co-editor of the new volume Civil War Wests: Testing the Limits of the United States, released March 2015 by the University of California Press.
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We're History
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: 2015 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament Preview
News Text:
The defending champion Manhattan Jaspers (16-13, 13-7), the third seed in this year's event, don't take the floor until the quarterfinals on Saturday as they await the survivor of the Marist/Quinnipiac matchup in the first round of the event. Manhattan, which has played in the title game each of the last two seasons and has a total of four championships to date, will follow Emmy Andujar into battle on Saturday.
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The Sports Network
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: Extra Time: High School, College Basketball Playoffs
News Text:
Pat O'Keefe and Kurt Semder break down the high school basketball playoffs in New York City, as well as Manhattan College in the MAAC Tournament.
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News 12 The Bronx
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: Jaspers embark on ‘Road to Repeat’ in tournament
News Text:
Yes, March Madness will be in full swing beginning this weekend, and the Manhattan College Jaspers will be knee deep in it as they head to Albany to partake in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Tournament. And their timing couldn’t be better.
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The Riverdale Press
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan seniors go out with a victory
News Text:
There they were, the four seniors who helped return Manhattan College to basketball greatness, assembled at midcourt before they would take on Quinnipiac University in their final home game on Sunday.
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The Riverdale Press
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: Steve Masiello Finds a Clean Slate at Manhattan College
News Text:
A year after they finished 25-8 and nearly knocked a powerful Louisville squad out of the NCAA tournament, the Jaspers lost seven of their first nine games, but have rebounded to win eight of their past 11. At 16-13, they’re the No. 3 seed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament, which begins this weekend in Albany.
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Wall Street Journal
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: LBJ linked Latinos, civil rights in 'Selma' speech
News Text:
While this week's commemorations of the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" may invoke memories of historic events in which the "real hero," as Johnson said, was "the American Negro," little is said about Johnson's call in that speech to include Mexican-Americans in the struggle for equality. "It was a defining moment for Johnson and Mexican-Americans," Julie Leininger Pycior, a Manhattan College history professor, said. "And yet it is a moment that is almost totally forgotten."
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Associated Press
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: Standing O is at it again!
News Text:
Her first assignment, after receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1951, was teaching second graders in Maui. She then returned to the mainland and earned a masters in theology from Manhattan College in 1970. She returned to Honolulu to teach two years later.
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Brooklyn Daily
News Date:
Thursday, March 5, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan ready to defend MAAC title
News Text:
Last season's conference championship seems to be motivating Manhattan College this season. The Jaspers have won four of their last five games, and now they're rolling into the MAAC Tournament in Albany as the defending champs.
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News 12 The Bronx
News Date:
Friday, March 6, 2015
News Headline: Reigning champion Jaspers stay alive
News Text:
The Manhattan College basketball team is right where it wants to be. The third-seeded Jaspers advanced to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference semifinals with a 74-58 win over No. 11 Marist in the final men's quarterfinal on Saturday.
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Albany Times Union
News Date:
Saturday, March 7, 2015
News Headline: Iona, Manhattan Rivalry Sets the Standard For New York Basketball
News Text:
The most heated rivalry in the biggest city in the country will once again take center stage in March as Iona and Manhattan battle for the MAAC title.
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Big Apple Buckets
News Date:
Monday, March 9, 2015
News Headline: Introducing Cinderella: Meet the Manhattan Jaspers
News Text:
Outlook: Manhattan has been in the NCAA tournament before. They made the dance last season, and while they lost a number of key pieces off of that roster, there is still plenty of talent and experience here. The problem? They’re likely going to end up having to play against one of the top eight teams in the country, and while the Jaspers might be able to upset, say, a No. 4 seed, they’re not picking off the likes of Wisconsin or Arizona or Kansas.
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College Basketball Talk - NBCSports.com
News Date:
Monday, March 9, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan makes NCAA Tournament, defends MAAC title with 79-69 win over Iona
News Text:
RaShawn Stores wrapped his coach in his arms and the two of them began to break down with emotion. Emmy Andujar wore a net from the basket around his neck. Several of their teammates did a dogpile in front of the bench and later mugged for the ESPN cameras.
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New York Daily News
News Date:
Monday, March 9, 2015
News Headline: Sights, sounds of Civil War ring fresh
News Text:
“San Diego harbor was something [Confederate President Jefferson] Davis wanted to grab,” said Adam Arenson, a Manhattan College professor and San Diego native who studies the forgotten history of the Civil War in the American West. “The goal was to reach San Diego and take Southern California for the Confederacy.”
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U-T San Diego
News Date:
Monday, March 9, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan upsets Iona to win MAAC championship
News Text:
The third time was a charm for Manhattan. After losing two tight games during the season to rival Iona, the Jaspers knocked off the top-seeded Gaels 79-69 on Monday night to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title for the second straight year.
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ESPN.com
News Date:
Monday, March 9, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan upsets top seed Iona in MAAC championship
News Text:
The third time was a charm for Manhattan. After losing two tight games during the season to rival Iona, the Jaspers knocked off the top-seeded Gaels 79-69 Monday night to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title for the second consecutive year.
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FoxSports.com
News Date:
Monday, March 9, 2015
News Headline: HVAC Schools: March 9, 2015
News Text:
Manhattan College’s (Bronx, New York) Raymond W. Kelly ’63 Student Commons achieved LEED-Gold certification through the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
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ACHR News
News Date:
Monday, March 9, 2015
News Headline: Rebounds & Putbacks: Manhattan 79 Iona 69
News Text:
As far as sports sayings go – Offense wins games, defense wins championships – falls into the overused category. There is a reason for that: it makes sense. Manhattan proved it again last night as the Jaspers held Iona to their fourth-lowest point total of the season.
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Pickin' Splinters
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan beats Iona; Coach earns redemption
News Text:
The Iona men's basketball team likely saw its bubble burst in losing a second straight MAAC final to rival Manhattan.
Outlet Full Name:
Lohud
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: NCAA March Madness 2015: Teams That Have Earned Automatic Bids
News Text:
The Manhattan Jaspers downed arch-rival Iona 79-69 to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament. Ashton Pankey and Emmy Andujar scored double figures match with 21 and 18 points, respectively. The victory earned an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. It will be the Jaspers’ second straight appearance in the NCAA and eighth overall.
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International Business Times Australia
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Reports Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2015 Results
News Text:
In the quarter, Education Services (Deltak) signed Manhattan College as a new online program partner and added eleven new programs for a total of 38 partners and 192 programs under contract (164 revenue-generating and 28 in development).
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iStockAnalyst
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: Bradshaw joins H2M as senior project engineer
News Text:
Bradshaw graduated from the Manhattan College with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and a master's degree in Environmental Engineering.
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New York Real Estate Journal
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: With a toughness befitting a champ, Manhattan can dream big
News Text:
The people wearing green, all of them, fans and players alike, they knew better than to start any premature celebration. You kidding? If Manhattan and Iona played in someone’s driveway, with a case of Cokes on the line, every possession would still be treated like precious metal, every shot, every pass.
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New York Post
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: Steve Masiello, RaShawn Stores, Manhattan win second straight MAAC title
News Text:
There they stood, atop a podium beneath a net-less rim. Steve Masiello and RaShawn Stores, back against back. Third-seeded Manhattan had just defeated No. 1 Iona, 79-69, in the MAAC championship at Times Union Center Monday night, and the coach and point guard who have had each others’ backs for four years basked as teammates chanted “back to back! Back to back!”
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One Bid Wonders
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: Steve Masiello: ‘Biggest Win Of My Career’
News Text:
For the second straight season, Manhattan has defeated Iona in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Manhattan won, 79-69, on Monday after losing to Iona twice in February by a combined seven points.
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CBS Sports Radio
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan back in NCAA tourney, once again looking dangerous
News Text:
Chances are Steve Masiello didn't think it could get any worse than Dec. 5. His Manhattan Jaspers, a team picked to finish in the top three of the MAAC, was sinking like a stone. A 1-5 record, capped off with an opening loss to a Fairfield team that was picked to finish ninth in the league.
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Sports Illustrated
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: Masiello again proves he's top-notch coach at mid-major level
News Text:
Just one day after Iona made 19 three-point shots and scored 95 points against Monmouth, Masiello completely stifled the Gaels' offense and held them to just five made shots from long distance in a 79-69 win, which sent the Jaspers to their second straight NCAA Tournament.
Outlet Full Name:
CBSSports.com
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan Jaspers Back In NCAA Tournament As MAAC Champs
News Text:
The third time was a charm for Manhattan. After losing two tight games during the season to rival Iona, the Jaspers knocked off the top-seeded Gaels 79-69 Monday night to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title for the second straight year.
Outlet Full Name:
CBS New York
News Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
News Headline: New York area college basketball teams that could be part of the Madness of March
News Text:
Last year, Manhattan pushed then-defending national champion Louisville to the brink before succumbing. The Jaspers have the last New York City tournament victory, from 2004, when they upset Florida. They are the first New York school to punch their ticket to the Dance.
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Metro: New York
News Date:
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan's Steve Masiello embraces mistake and return trip to NCAAs
News Text:
His Manhattan Jaspers are in the men's NCAA basketball tournament for a second consecutive season. He was a hot prospect for bigger schools after his team put a serious scare into Louisville in last season's tournament.
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USA Today
News Date:
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
News Headline: The Next Shaq? Indian Country’s 7-foot High Schooler Wants Shot at the NBA
News Text:
“If I wasn’t this big, I don’t think they would have looked at me in the first place,” Brown Bull told the paper about his offer from Manhattan College, and the interest from New Mexico State and Montana State University. Since he averages 17 points, 12 rebounds and eight blocked shots a game, they clearly like more than just his size.
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Indian Country Today Media Network
News Date:
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
News Headline: In wake of net neutrality ruling, Catholic leaders encourage cautious use of the Internet
News Text:
Inherent in "the term media ecology is the idea of balance, taken from the balance in the natural environment," said Thom Gencarelli, past president of the Media Ecology Association and founding chair of the "Next Generation" Communication program at Manhattan College.
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National Catholic Reporter Online
News Date:
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan College Ranks 18th in the Nation Among Private Colleges for Return on Investment, According to Survey of Graduates
News Text:
In Payscale’s recent 2015 College Return on Investment (ROI) Report: Best Value Colleges, Manhattan College ranked 18th among private colleges in the nation for offering bachelor’s degrees with value, and 33rd overall among 1,223 private and public institutions.
Outlet Full Name:
Virtual-Strategy Magazine
News Date:
Thursday, March 12, 2015
News Headline: Anti-Semitism dissected
News Text:
Is anti-Semitism a mental illness? That was the question author and historian Sander Gilman grappled with during a lecture at Manhattan College on Monday. Professor Mehnaz Afridi, the director of the college’s Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center, said the recent Charlie Hebdo massacre in France gave renewed urgency to the topic.
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The Riverdale Press
News Date:
Thursday, March 12, 2015
News Headline: Jaspers overcome travails to win championship
News Text:
As the final horn sounded on Manhattan’s improbable run to a second straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championship Monday night, Jaspers senior forward Emmy Andujar could do little to control his emotions as he crumpled to the floor. Senior point guard RaShawn Stores soon joined his teammate on the floor as the emotions of the Jaspers’ stunning 79-69 victory over top-seeded Iona washed over the victorious duo.
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The Riverdale Press
News Date:
Thursday, March 12, 2015
News Headline: Br. Kenneth Fitzgerald taught math, founded bagpipe band
News Text:
The Manhattan College community mourns the death of Brother Kenneth Fitzgerald, FSC, who passed away on March 4 in Red Bank, New Jersey. Br. Kenneth was an associate professor emeritus of mathematics and computer science at Manhattan, a volunteer mathematics tutor and co-founder of the college’s Bagpipe Band.
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The Riverdale Press
News Date:
Thursday, March 12, 2015
News Headline: Daily News Live: Masiello on Manhattan
News Text:
Daily News Live: Masiello on Manhattan
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SNY.tv
News Date:
Thursday, March 12, 2015
News Headline: 5 NCAA Tournament Cinderellas To Consider
News Text:
Making its second consecutive trip to the dance, MAAC champion Manhattan College -- from the Bronx -- presents a challenge because of its 40 minutes of full-court pressure. Head coach Steve Masiello, 37, is a Rick Pitino disciple who employs the same suffocating 2-2-1 press that Pitino does. Masiello's team, while undersized, possesses great quickness that can fluster even the most disciplined of teams.
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The Huffington Post
News Date:
Thursday, March 12, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan coach Steve Masiello savors second chance
News Text:
Rain fell hard and clouds hung low in Riverdale Saturday afternoon, but inside Draddy Gymnasium, nothing was going to dampen the mood. The only NCAA Tournament-bound lock of the city’s Division I basketball teams was getting ready to practice and the tournament’s richest story of redemption was edging closer to liftoff, and in his cramped little office upstairs, the 37-year-old man in the middle of it all was savoring every moment.
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New York Daily News
News Date:
Saturday, March 14, 2015
News Headline: Legacy of Rice High School lives on in March Madness
News Text:
Two proud alums — forwards Emmy Andujar of Manhattan and Jermaine Sanders of Cincinnati — will be part of college basketball’s biggest party, and three other former Rice players — Andujar’s teammate Tyler Wilson, VCU sharpshooter Melvin Johnson and Smith — will join them.
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New York Post
News Date:
Saturday, March 14, 2015
News Headline: NCAA’s nasty shot at Manhattan won’t faze Masiello’s crew
News Text:
Selection Sunday was all five rolled into one. Manhattan College should feel fortunate Masiello is its coach for this moment. “I love having him as a coach, he brings the best out of you,” forward Ashton Pankey said, “and especially in moments like this. We’ve been overlooked all season, and he helped us to be resilient, and he helped us to fight through those tough times.”
Outlet Full Name:
New York Post
News Date:
Sunday, March 15, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan First Four-bound with No. 1 Kentucky possibly coming next
News Text:
Manhattan College had to wait a long time to hear its name called last season, but it had to wait less than three minutes on Sunday as the Jaspers and MEAC champion Hampton University will play Tuesday night in the First Four at the University of Dayton.
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Asbury Park Press
News Date:
Sunday, March 15, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan Jaspers happy to be in NCAA Tournament, but hoped they’d avoid play-in game, Kentucky
News Text:
All it took was one minute for the smiles to be wiped off the Manhattan Jaspers’ faces. After waiting until the end of the NCAA Selection Show last year to see their name come across the TV screen, the Jaspers found out their fate at 6:01 p.m. when the MAAC champions saw they were a No. 16 seed in the Midwest Region and will have to play MEAC champion Hampton in a play-in game on Tuesday at 6:40 p.m., in Dayton, an announcement which stunned the entire team.
Outlet Full Name:
New York Daily News
News Date:
Sunday, March 15, 2015
News Headline: 2015 NCAA Tournament Emoji
News Text:
Show your March Madness spirit with these mascot emoji. Find your favorite team, save the emoji to your phone and text it to your friends. Because nobody uses their words anymore.
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The Washington Post
News Date:
Sunday, March 15, 2015
News Headline: With Hustle and Grit, Manhattan’s RaShawn Stores Inspires by Defying the Odds
News Text:
It appeared that his best opportunity was to serve as a walk-on at Manhattan College, with the hope that he could convince Coach Steve Masiello, a former walk-on at Kentucky, that he was worthy of a scholarship for the remaining years.
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New York Times
News Date:
Monday, March 16, 2015
News Headline: As fishy matchup with Kentucky looms, Steve Masiello tries to focus Manhattan Jaspers on Hampton
News Text:
Manhattan coach Steve Masiello is used to people talking about him. He’s all anyone could focus on last year when the Jaspers were matched up with Louisville, where Masiello spent six seasons as an assistant for Rick Pitino, whom Masiello played for as a freshman at Kentucky.
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New York Daily News
News Date:
Monday, March 16, 2015
News Headline: Did you know that the Manhattan Jaspers may have invented the 7th-inning stretch?
News Text:
When the Manhattan Jaspers take on the Hampton Pirates in the NCAA play-in game on Tuesday, the team will be looking to win, reach the tournament proper, and then make history by upsetting the No.1-seeded, undefeated Kentucky Wildcats. Turns out, the Jaspers may already be responsible for a piece of baseball history: The seventh-inning stretch.
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MLB.com Cut4
News Date:
Monday, March 16, 2015
News Headline: Given 2nd chance at Manhattan, Masiello is living in moment
News Text:
The traffic jams around the Bronx don't bother Steve Masiello as much as they once did. Those frigid days walking around the Manhattan College campus, where the brick arches act like wind tunnels, did not quite sting as much this winter to the Jaspers' coach.
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Associated Press
News Date:
Monday, March 16, 2015
News Headline: Ashton Pankey: Manhattan’s Hercules, Mother’s Helper
News Text:
“We’re not where we are today without Ashton Pankey,” Masiello says. And Pankey would not be here — starring for Manhattan — without his mother.
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One Bid Wonders
News Date:
Monday, March 16, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan basketball’s Samson Akilo and Samson Usilo and their Nigerian bond and strife
News Text:
Usilo received dozens of Division I scholarship offers, but when Manhattan extended an offer to Akilo, who had also been offered by Long Island, it sealed the deal for both.
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One Bid Wonders
News Date:
Monday, March 16, 2015
News Headline: Here’s Why Climate Change Likely Contributed to Cyclone Pam
News Text:
And while some climate scientists have noted that it’s impossible to tie any singular weather event to climate change, it does raise the question: Is Lonsdale right in linking the devastating storm to climate change? To a certain extent, he is, said Dr. Pamela Chasek, an author and editor of several books on international environmental policy and who is a professor at Manhattan College in New York City.
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Epoch Times
News Date:
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
News Headline: Steve Masiello: From Knicks ballboy to Manhattan maestro
News Text:
Masiello and his Manhattan Jaspers will be obsessed with winning their First Four game Tuesday night at the University of Dayton Arena against Hampton College, and earning the right to be obsessed with winning Thursday night in Louisville against John Calipari and 34-0 Kentucky.
Outlet Full Name:
New York Post
News Date:
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan Loses to Hampton in NCAA Opener
News Text:
Manhattan College is going home early from the NCAA Tournament. The Jaspers lost to Hampton 74-64 in the midwest region play-in game.
Outlet Full Name:
NY1 News
News Date:
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
News Headline: The Vatican Supports 'Legitimate' Violent Force Against the Islamic State
News Text:
"This is the most complicated factor here," Kevin Ahern, a theologian and professor of religious studies at Manhattan College, told VICE News. "The Holy See has been critical of the Syrian government in the past. But the Christians in Syria have largely aligned themselves — or were manipulated by — the 'secular' Assad government."
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Vice News
News Date:
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan saved from humiliating defeat to Kentucky
News Text:
Manhattan, one year removed from scaring the wits out of Rick Pitino and Louisville, was the team with NCAA Tournament stage fright, jittery city slickers stumbling on potholes of their own making, while Hampton, a team out of the MEAC that hadn’t been to the Big Dance in four years, oozed with swag and played to win right off the jump.
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New York Post
News Date:
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
News Headline: Incumbents re-elected to the BSU board of directors
News Text:
Strecansky, a BSU board member since 2008, has served as vice president and is the current president. He has lived in Bonita Springs since 2000, when he retired as division vice president and general manager with Air Products & Chemicals, the Fortune 500 company he joined in 1962. He holds a degree in chemical engineering from Manhattan College and participated in the Harvard Business School advanced management program.
Outlet Full Name:
Naples Daily News
News Date:
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
News Headline: Why Harvard Will Win the NCAA Tournament
News Text:
Looking for this year’s Cinderella story? Manhattan (40th), the rightful winner of the play-in game against Hampton under our system, is predicted to oust undefeated Kentucky (389th) in the first round and go all the way to the Elite Eight.
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Money - College
News Date:
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
News Headline: March Madness: These tourney-bound schools offer the best bang for your buck
News Text:
The NCAA basketball tournament began in earnest yesterday (for purists, it begins tomorrow at noon). While 67 teams battle for the right to face Kentucky in the Championship game on April 5. Payscale.com and Marketwatch have put together a final four they think matters even more: The schools with the best return on investment for graduates. The final four is composed of 16-seed Manhattan College (who lost their “first round” play-in game last night), 13-seed Harvard, top-seeded Duke and 16-seed Lafayette.
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Yahoo! Finance
News Date:
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan College 2015 spring sports preview
News Text:
The Manhattan rebuild is over. Inexperience and injuries have been replaced with experience, health, talent and depth. This season, the Jaspers have constructed an impressive pitching staff.
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The Riverdale Press
News Date:
Thursday, March 19, 2015
News Headline: MAST Construction Services Promotes Three Team Members To Executive Positions
News Text:
Napolitano holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College and is a member of the Construction Management Association of America. He lives in Blauvelt, NY.
Outlet Full Name:
Citybizlist Philadelphia
News Date:
Thursday, March 19, 2015
News Headline: RMHS High Five Club stars
News Text:
Stelluto was described by Ms. Cunha, the director of the drama program, as being highly focused, dedicated and driven. She plans to attend Manhattan College in the fall.
Outlet Full Name:
The Reading Advocate
News Date:
Thursday, March 19, 2015
News Headline: These two No. 16 seeds make the Final Four in what really matters
News Text:
First, some bad news for University of Kentucky fans: That overall No. 1 ranking and this unblemished season doesn’t mean squat in this academic Road to the Final Four. UK gets knocked off right off the bat by Manhattan College, a liberal arts school that in the real tournament had to play Hampton later Tuesday for the 16th seed in the Midwest regional. Manhattan, which went 19-13, landed that play-in spot by winning the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Outlet Full Name:
MarketWatch
News Date:
Thursday, March 19, 2015
News Headline: Iona Prep’s Tom Capuano commits to Manhattan
News Text:
Capuano made his oral commitment to play basketball at Manhattan College and will sign his letter of intent when the spring signing period begins on April 15.
Outlet Full Name:
LoHud.com Journal News
News Date:
Saturday, March 21, 2015
News Headline: Ray Kelly details post-9/11 terror exploits in upcoming memoir
News Text:
Kelly, the son of a milkman, grew up on the rough streets of the Upper West Side and attended Archbishop Molloy High School and Manhattan College.
Outlet Full Name:
New York Post
News Date:
Monday, March 23, 2015
News Headline: Dobbs Ferry Middle School Prepares Students With Career Days
News Text:
The eighth-grade career day presenters include the following: Dr. Jeffrey L. Young, Sports Rehabilitation and Exercise Physiology, Young Med Solutions; George Longworth, commissioner Westchester County Public Safety; Barbara Bayer-Mertens, former New York City high school English teacher, Patricia Sheridan, associate professor of law, Manhattan College, School of Business.
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Rivertowns (N.Y.) Daily Voice
News Date:
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
News Headline: What’s the difference between artisanal and mass-produced cheese?
News Text:
Suzanne Cope, who teaches food studies at Manhattan College, feels that artisanal food production is expanding because more people are getting into the food business for themselves and that they are satisfying a need by some consumers for nonconformity.
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OUPBlog: Oxford University Press's Academic Insights for the Thinking World
News Date:
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
News Headline: Marc My Words: Klass caps stellar collegiate career with all-American status
News Text:
Senior right-hander Michael Scarinci of Nanuet, a Pearl River HS graduate, struck out three over five innings of four-hit ball and got the win as the Manhattan College baseball team blanked Fairfield University, 7-0, to complete a doubleheader sweep at Houlihan Park in the Bronx.
Outlet Full Name:
Rockland County Times
News Date:
Thursday, March 26, 2015