November 2017 News

  1. Sports media production at Manhattan College

    Sports Media Production Concentration to Allow Students On Campus Experience

    Communication majors will have the ability to take advantage of the College's partnership with ESPN to gain experience for working in the production field.

  2. Veterans Day parade

    Manhattan College Remains on Victory Media’s List of Military Friendly Schools

    More than 100 veterans attend Manhattan College and excel in a variety of on-campus leadership roles.

  3. Lessons and Carols 2016

    Festival of Lessons and Carols to Ring In Christmas Season

    On Sunday, Dec. 10, Manhattan College’s singers and orchestra will perform popular Christmas carols and Advent hymns.

  4. Athletic Hall of Fame awards

    Class of 2017 Inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

    Nine individuals and two teams were recognized at the annual gala on campus.

  5. Ignatian Family Teach-In

    Students Advocate on Capitol Hill for Social Justice Reforms

    The group came together with other young people to address timely issues in the context of Catholic faith tradition.

  6. Students in library

    Manhattan College Now Offers Minor in Chinese

    Undergraduate students have the ability to learn the most spoken language in the world.

  7. Catholic Relief Services at Manhattan College

    Phi Beta Kappa Chapter to Host Paige West at Annual Cardinal Newman Lecture

    West will give a lecture titled “Depression, Racism and the Environment.”

  8. Community cleanup day

    Students Launch Community Cleanup Day in Riverdale

    Nearly 100 Manhattan College students canvassed Riverdale on Nov. 5 to clean up adjacent streets.

  9. Chris Hayes

    Chris Hayes Visits Campus on November 8

    The Emmy-winning MSNBC host is the second speaker in the College's Annual Student Engagement Lecture Series.

  10. Catholic Relief Services at Manhattan College

    Samuel Nichols of Catholic Relief Services to Lead Discussion on Humanitarian Efforts

    A former program manager for food security, Nichols will speak on campus on Tuesday, Nov. 7.