Opened in Fall 2022, this state-of-the art center features three distinct spaces, including a quiet study space, a group meeting space, and a more social and collaborative space for student veterans to meet.
Students’ Entrepreneurial Ideas Shine at Virtual Innovation Challenge. The virtual format may have been new, but the levels of competition and audience interest were as high as ever on April 16, when the O’Malley School of Business hosted its annual Innovation Challenge on Facebook Live.
Close to 1,000 graduates participated in Manhattan College's Commencement exercises on May 18 and 19 in Draddy Gymnasium. John Evans '17 and Lorraine Brancale '17 (M.S.) spoke on behalf of the class of 2017 at Undergraduate and Spring Commencement, while Thomas Moran '74 and Bettye H. Perkins were this year's honorary degree recipients.
The Republic of Kenya’s permanent representative to the United Nations (U.N.), Ambassador Macharia Kamau, visited campus on Apr. 6 to discuss world affairs with College seniors studying conflict resolution.
Thomas J. Moran ’74, chairman of the board of Mutual of America Life Insurance Company, will address the undergraduate class of 2017 and Bettye H. Perkins, Ed.D., president and chief executive officer of Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Teachers (TSTT), will be the keynote speaker at Spring Commencement.
After receiving dozens of business proposals, the Business School selected eight finalists to present their ideas Shark Tank style — in front of a panel of professors, peers, and business professionals — and compete for a grand prize of $250 in each category: business and social.
Pope Francis stood before the United Nations on Sept. 25 to address a worldwide congregation that included prominent leaders, environmentalists, and Manhattan College students who listened to his historic speech on campus via a live telecast of the event.
New York City has a way of dwarfing historic moments in the contiguous and contagious movement of its 8 million-plus inhabitants. But from Sept. 24-25, even the Big Apple couldn’t overshadow the arrival of Pope Francis, as thousands stopped their daily activities to hear a word from or catch a glimpse of His Holiness. From faculty and administrators to students and alumni, the Manhattan College network was there to bear witness: in person, on campus and around the world.
More than a dozen teams went head-to-head in a two-phase contest at the first annual Business Analytics Conference and Competition (BAC@MC) hosted at Manhattan College from May 19-21. Judged by a panel of faculty advisers and practitioners, a team from Pace University reigned supreme and was awarded a $2,000 grand prize.
The College community, faculty, family and friends gathered from May 14-17 to celebrate the accomplishments of more than 1,000 students receiving master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the Schools of Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering, Science, and Continuing and Professional Studies.
In light of the widely publicized deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner and the social unrest that followed, the professors and students at Manhattan College recently organized a Racial Justice Teach-In to recognize and challenge structural racism and white privilege.
Manhattan College’s Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education (HGI) Center hosted a series of roundtable discussions among more than 100 religious leaders, scholars and individuals from New York City and the local community. The event was planned as a way to discuss and examine the current extremism, prejudice and violence occurring in the Middle East.
Lyons Chamber Players, a professional chamber orchestra that modernizes classical works for today’s audiences, will travel to the Manhattan College campus next month to perform the world premiere of its new arrangement of Johannes Brahms’ Serenade No. 1 for violins, viola, cello double bass, flutes, clarinets, bassoon and French horns.
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.
The blizzard that hit the region brought approximately 12 inches of snow to campus. As of noon on Saturday, Feb. 9 all campus paths and walkways are clear, including entrances to O'Malley Library, Draddy Gymnasium, the parking garage and all of the residence halls.All of the roads surrounding the College have been plowed, including Manhattan College Parkway. Members of the community who are on campus should continue to exercise caution as paths and walkways will continue to be slippery, especially when they refreeze overnight on Saturday.