July 2013 News

  1. Past Manhattan College Board of Trustees Chair Dies at 85

    College mourns the death of Martin H. Schmidt Jr. ’51.

  2. Manhattan College Prepares Local High School Students for College Success

    Summer Literacy Institute brings Bronx high school students to campus for a weeklong college immersion program.

  3. Alumna Builds Her Career Behind the Scenes at 60 Minutes

    Katie Kerbstat ’11 pursued her passion for media as a writer for The Quadrangle, and now works for one of television's most successful broadcasts.

  4. MC Launches Urban Agriculture Internship with Groundwork Hudson Valley

    This summer, three interns are expanding the rooftop garden to grow organic produce in an effort to keep local food costs low.

  5. The Changing Landscape of Manhattan College

    From its early history on 131st Street and Broadway in Manhattan in the mid-1800s to its move to Riverdale in the 1920s, Manhattan College’s landscape has been one of change and growth.

  6. Manhattan College Hosts Annual Lasallian Youth Assembly

    More than 100 students and educators from regional Lasallian high schools participated in a weeklong enrichment program.

  7. Psych Student Restores Sight to Blind on Medical Mission Trip

    In hopes of becoming an ophthalmologist like his father, Jerry D'Aversa ’14 traveled to Grenada to assist with sight-restoring surgeries.

  8. Alumna Travels to Tanzania to Build Schools for Community

    Valerie Martin ’06 is a board member and fundraiser for the Uplifting Project, a nonprofit that provides educational resources to African villages.

  9. Apple's Head of Litigation Paves Way for Women in Technology and Law

    Engineering alumna-turned-lawyer Noreen Krall ’87 oversees Apple's intellectual property around the globe.

  10. Manhattan College Ranks Among Top One Percent of Private Universities for ROI

    AffordableCollegesOnline.org cites Manhattan College as No. 20 in its Million Dollar ROI rankings.