November 2013 News

  1. Trailblazing Women Remember Transformative Moments at Manhattan College

    Members of the College community gathered to celebrate 40 years of coeducation at Manhattan with a special panel presentation.

  2. Kinesiology Professor Discusses State of Physical Education in New York City Public Schools

    Shawn Ladda addresses how many schools in New York City are not meeting the state’s guidelines at a recent briefing.

  3. Long-Serving College Employees Honored at Staff Convocation

    Staff and administrators received recognition for their dedication to Manhattan College.

  4. Manhattan College Welcomes Three Trustees

    Moira A. Kilcoyne ’83, Marybeth McCall ’74 and Stephen J. Squeri ’81, ’86 named to board of trustees.

  5. Former POW Visits Alma Mater to Share Story on Veterans Day

    Paul Loong ’58, M.D., and daughter Theresa Loong presented Every Day is a Holiday, a documentary about his path to American citizenship from captivity in Japan.

  6. Campus Community Steps Up to Aid Lasallian Partners in Philippines

    Manhattan College is sending donations, water filters and prayers to the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan.

  7. Manhattan College’s Annual Christmas Concert Returns on Dec. 8

    The College’s Singers and Orchestra will conduct their seasonal musical performance, A Festival of Lessons and Carols.

  8. History Major Facilitates Interfaith Learning in Lower Manhattan

    Courtney Slack ’14, a 2013 intern at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, spent a semester teaching 20th century Jewish history and the Holocaust to New York City youth.

  9. Model UN Students Win Prestigious Awards at National Conference

    Manhattan College’s Model UN Team participated in the national conference in Washington D.C., gaining valuable experience and recognition.

  10. Major Author Reading Series Concludes With Poet and Critic Alicia Ostriker

    Award-winning poet will read her works on Nov. 14.

  11. Manhattan College Inducts Eight Honorees to 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame

    Inventor of ACL surgery, William Clancy ’63, M.D., among eight honorees inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 2.

  12. Highest-ranking Hispanic in the New York Police Department Shares His American Dream with Campus Community

    On Oct. 29, Rafael Pineiro, first deputy commissioner, visited campus as part of Manhattan College’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.