The hybrid production kicks off Manhattan College’s celebration of 100 years in The Bronx
Maeve Adams, Ph.D., and Adam Arenson, Ph.D., are helping other faculty members. develop their own digital humanities programs.
Suzanne Cope and Mark Doty will be the featured readers this semester.
The grant will support the development of a digital humanities project entitled “The Latino Catskills.”
Three Manhattan College students are moving on to opportunities with national service organizations.
On March 3, Blanco will participate in Manhattan College’s Major Author Reading Series.
A staff writer at The New Yorker, Tolentino will host a virtual reading and Q&A.
The collaboration will include internships, research and funding for entrepreneurial endeavors.
Helen Phillips and Sarah Grieve will discuss their writing on campus.
Shakespeare’s beloved comedy comes to campus on October 18.
Manhattan’s latest interdisciplinary projects highlight the many upsides to crossing academic lines.
Cristina Pérez Jiménez, Ph.D., earns competitive national fellowship.
The minor is designed to create critical thinkers for the digital age.
Alvaro Enrigue, Laura Sims and Erika Meitner will speak on campus.
The touring troupe will perform The Winter’s Tale on Friday, October 12.
Asghar’s work has been featured on PBS, NBC, Teen Vogue and Huffington Post.
Students and faculty spent the month of April volunteering in New York City. In doing so, they carried out the Manhattan College mission, which inspires us to lead and serve our community.
This semester’s version of the Major Author Reading Series begins on Thursday, February 15.
Students involved in the extracurricular improvisational comedy troupe Scatterbomb develop the social prowess to excel both personally and professionally.
Robert Greens, Meghan Kenny and David Eye will come to campus this fall.
From July 24 – 28, the Center for Academic Success hosted its seventh annual Summer Literacy Institute, an immersive learning experience that this year helped 30 rising high school seniors in New York City plan for college.
Alumni of the College’s Branigan Scholars Grant program remember the projects that helped shape their career paths.
Blind since the age of 5, Evans is a published author and graduated with an English major, a history minor and a medieval studies minor.
In a modern languages and literatures presentation, Rocco Marinaccio, Ph.D., professor of English, discusses Italian American cooking shows as a potent vehicles for the representation of Italian American Identity.
Arudpragasam will discuss “The Story of a Brief Marriage,” set during the Sri Lankan civil war.
Christine Seifert, author of the widely popular young adult novel, The Predicteds, gave a lecture on Apr. 5 that outfitted aspiring writers with the skills to draft and publish their own stories.
Manhattan College will host a series of events surrounding the antiwar movement.
A beloved intersession course whisks Manhattan College students into the world of Shakespeare, Austen and Dickens.
Heidi Julavits, Stephen P. Kiernan, Keetje Kuipers, and John Hoppenthaler will speak during spring semester’s M.A.R.S. events.
Faculty from the Schools of Business, Engineering and Liberal Arts spent Jan. 1-9 forging research and other academic partnerships with students and faculty at Bethlehem University, Palestine, and meeting prominent leaders and NGOs in Bethlehem, Hebron, and Jerusalem, including the Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
Katie Kerbstat ’11 and Laura Ricciardi ’92 were honored for their work on two highly popular series.
The Hungry Hearts Tour brings the famed Shakespearean tragedy to Smith Auditorium.
The June Dwyer Liberal Arts Scholarship was established in 2011, and will be funded in the coming years by an estate gift to Manhattan.
Megan Sexton, Nicole Dennis-Benn, Christine Poreba to Speak During Semester’s Major Author Reading Series
The trio of writers will read their works, then participate in a one-on-one discussion.
Manhattan College's Summer Research Program includes five students working on Lasallian-focused research projects, plus a collaboration with students from Bethlehem University.
Lindenhurst, N.Y., resident will study the Irish language in the Gaeltacht regions of Ireland.
Poet to share her award-winning works on April 28.
Renowned author of Venus Drive, Homeland and The Ask to speak at Manhattan College for the biannual reading series on March 31.
Students will hear insights from author Brandy Wilson on Thursday, Feb. 25.
Jenifer Martin ’17 will study abroad in Madrid after receiving the award.
Award-winning author will share his work at Manhattan College on Nov. 19.
Prolific poet will read from her collection on campus.
Nominated by one of his students, Br. Patrick is honored for 38 years of service to Manhattan College.
Manhattan College to host three notable authors during the fall semester.
Creative writer and storyteller to present his works at Manhattan College on April 16.
Pushcart Prize-nominated poet and nonfiction writer Gianmarc Manzione ’02 will visit Manhattan College on March 26.
An esteemed poet and teacher, Fraser will visit campus on Feb. 18.
Manhattan College will host four critically acclaimed writers, including one alumnus, during the spring semester.
‘Modernism and Mobility,’ a new book by Manhattan College professor Bridget Chalk, Ph.D., investigates the peculiar relationship between documentation and the individual.
Suzanne Cope, Ph.D., published a new book “Small Batch: Pickles, Cheese, Chocolate, Spirits and the Return of Artisanal Food”
Author of Big-Eyed Afraid and The Small Blades Hurt to wrap up the fall M.A.R.S. lecture series.
Manhattan College’s M.A.R.S. program continues with Ben Marcus.
The American Shakespeare Center brings Much Ado About Nothing to campus, and the College also welcomes author Jean Howard on Oct. 7 for a lecture on Shakespeare.
John Swenson ’72 looks back on an adventure-filled career that started on campus with the Quad.
The College’s Major Author Reading Series (M.A.R.S.) will commence on Sept. 18 with writer Jen McClanaghan.
More than 100 members of the College community gathered to read Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass on May 1.
Author of Dirty Little Angels and Haunted Bones to visit campus on April 24.
The College’s biannual Major Author Reading Series (M.A.R.S.) will begin on March 12 with poet Kwame Dawes.
Award-winning poet will read her works on Nov. 14.
Nationally acclaimed memoirist, novelist, poet and editor will visit Manhattan College on Oct. 8.
The American Shakespeare Center To Perform Othello as part ofManhattan College’s Family Weekend on Oct. 18
The ASC brings one of Shakespeare’s great tragedies to campus.
Major Authors Reading Series continues this fall with Mary Gaitskill, Jill Bialosky and Alicia Ostriker.
Jasper Summer Research Scholar Kathryn Wojtkiewicz ’14 joins a centuries-long dialog with her sights on the future.
Br. Francis’ longtime and wide-ranging service helped shape the future of Manhattan College
Award-winning memoirist will read on April 24.
Pollock will read from his award-winning poetry collection on March 26
Schroff’s personal story about a chance encounter with a panhandler is uniquely inspiring
For the sixth consecutive semester, Manhattan College’s English department will host the Major Authors Reading Series (M.A.R.S.), starting on Thursday, Feb. 28, with a reading by award-winning author Josh Weil.