May 2014 News

  1. Boe Pearman Joins Manhattan College Athletics Staff

    Boe Pearman, most recently the interim director of athletics at Southern Connecticut State University, was named the senior associate director of athletics at Manhattan College.

  2. Manhattan College Celebrates the 172nd Commencement Ceremonies

    More than 1,000 Jaspers received their diplomas May 17-18, 2014, in Riverdale, N.Y.

  3. College Hosts Annual Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) Commissioning Ceremony

    During Reunion Weekend, Manhattan College’s detachment of AFROTC — the only one of its kind in New York City — celebrates more than 60 years on campus.

  4. Five Bachelor’s Degree Recipients Accept Post-Graduate Service Opportunities

    Anthony DiCesare, Tegan Nelson, Carlos Orbe, Ivy Seraphin and Kathleen White will begin a year of service this fall.

  5. Kathleen White ’14 Awarded with Highest Undergraduate Student Honor

    Keansburg, N.J., resident receives Joseph J. Gunn Alumni Medal on May 15.

  6. College Celebrates First Annual Read Aloud on the Quad Event

    More than 100 members of the College community gathered to read Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass on May 1.

  7. Catholic Relief Services Recognizes Manhattan College as a CRS Global Campus

    Manhattan College’s commitment to service and social awareness is officially recognized by CRS.

  8. Softball Captain and Physical Education Major of the Year to Deliver Valedictory Address at Undergraduate Commencement

    Newtown, Conn., resident Katherine Bowen ’14 receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.

  9. Glen Rock, N.J., Resident and Former College Athlete to Deliver Valedictory Address at Spring Commencement

    Valedictorian Kelly Keane ’00, ’14 graduates with a master’s degree in mental health counseling.

  10. Five Faces of ’14

    As the class of 2014 prepares to enter the real world, five seniors divulge post-graduation plans and reflect on what it means to be a Jasper.

  11. Manhattan College Professor and Former Director of Admissions Dies on April 28

    College mourns the death of Brother William Batt, FSC, Ph.D.