Students Focused on International Food Safety and Security at the Eighth Annual Business Analytics Competition
Manhattan College hosted 23 teams and 88 students.
Manhattan College hosted 23 teams and 88 students.
Celebrated chef and television host Lidia Matticchio Bastianich delivered the Commencement address and Alixandria James ’23, was the graduating class valedictorian.
James has spent her four years in college serving others and excelling academically.
Former FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro delivered the Commencement address and Oscar Leon ’21, ’22 (M.S.) was the graduating class valedictorian.
The John Paluszek ’55 First Generation Student of Excellence Scholarship Announced
Cirelli was honored by New York Moves Magazine for her role as a leader in supporting and mentoring students at Manhattan College.
Several speakers reminded the audience of the tragic toll inflicted by the Russian invasion and called for an end to the war.
Leigh’s work has appeared in many publications including The Atlantic and Ploughshares.
The films showcase stories real and fictional, about the lives of people coping with disabilities.
Colleagues describe her as a deserving recipient who is highly trustworthy and ethical.
The conference helps students build critical professional and personal skills.
Chevron chairman and CEO Michael K. Wirth was the 2023 honoree.
Manhattan is part of a worldwide community of colleges and universities that are committed to addressing growing environmental challenges.
This year’s programming will help students gain a better understanding of the war’s legacy and continued relevance today.
Nigro was a leader in the department after 9/11 and during the COVID-19 crisis.
The author and restaurateur will deliver the Commencement address at the undergraduate class graduation on May 19.
These partnerships provide major benefits for both Manhattan College students and for the organizations that employ them.
On March 29, Ruttenberg will be the series keynote speaker addressing issues of philosophy, morality, feminism and religion.
The traveling oral history and film project presents first-person accounts of serving life in prison without parole.
The College is offering robust merit-based scholarships to encourage transfer students to complete their degrees.
Thought leaders will discuss the profound implications of AI and the challenges it will bring.
Gibson unveiled an ambitious agenda for 2023 and congratulated the College on its 100th anniversary in the Bronx.
The freshman representative spoke about a variety of issues at the February event.
Marianne Reilly, Manhattan’s director of athletics honored as a “trailblazer” for being part of the first women’s varsity basketball team.
The event introduced prospective students to the unique opportunities that await them at Manhattan College.
From all of us at Manhattan College, we wish you a Merry Christmas, blessed New Year, and a happy and healthy holiday season.
Presentations guide faculty and staff on preparing the spirit and soul for Christmas.
College Singers and Orchestra perform holiday classics and Christmas hymns.
Murray discussed her 40-year career on October 27.
Prospective students and families invited to visit campus and begin exploring their Jasper journey.
Gift will support what will now be known as the Aimee and Michael Kakos '58 School of Science at Manhattan College.
Chuck Hogan and CJ Hauser are coming to campus to discuss their work.
The hybrid production kicks off Manhattan College’s celebration of 100 years in The Bronx.
The series features a visit from Manhattan College Alumni and CEO of Nuveen, Jose Minaya ’94, as well as weekly cultural-based activities.
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.
The Global Head for Environmental, Social and Governance at Blackstone, Rogers will speak on Thursday, April 28.
Both honorary degree recipients will deliver congratulatory remarks to the class of 2022.
More than 30 events are scheduled during April that reflect the College’s Lasallian heritage.
Annamaria Lusardi, Ph.D., will speak about the importance of financial knowhow on March 30.
Melissa Cedillo, Colleen Dulle and Eileen Markey will participate in a panel discussion on March 29.
Chervinsky will speak about the importance of our first president’s Cabinet and what those precedents mean today.
Desmarais is the founding partner of Desmarais LLP, an intellectual property law firm.
The College will host a discussion on moving beyond recovery and toward prosperity together.
Robert Williams of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum will speak on January 27.
Aumann was the keynote speaker at the O’Malley School of Business Research Seminar.
Suzanne Cope and Mark Doty will be the featured readers this semester.
Deborah Kanter, Ph.D., has chronicled the impact that Mexican immigrants have had on Catholic parishes in Chicago.
On October 5, the Center will host the authors of “We Refuse to be Enemies,” a story about an unlikely friendship.
The Slow Burn, Agitating the Charism, and WAGS Brown Bag series all return.
The annual event will take place from September 21-23 on campus.
The Center has educated students and the community for a quarter century.
Kevin Ahern, Ph.D., associate professor of religious studies, will be the keynote speaker.
Led by the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center, the College hosted several events during March.
Satikoff will discuss ways to deliver green energy on March 16.
On March 3, Blanco will participate in Manhattan College’s Major Author Reading Series.
The events will take place virtually and at a safe distance during the final week in February.
Eight events are scheduled to take place during February.
The HGI Center will also host an interdisciplinary teach-in on white nationalism on February 2.
Martin is the youngest alumna to receive the De La Salle Medal in the event’s history.
The Manhattan College professor emeritus will reflect on Day’s life on November 8.
A staff writer at The New Yorker, Tolentino will host a virtual reading and Q&A.
The fall calendar begins on Sunday, Sept. 27 with an information session on the Uyghurs.
The event will take place on the main campus quadrangle.
Leslie Odom Jr., Abby Wambach and Rebecca Skloot headline this year's lineup.
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.
The celebration begins with Gayatri Gopinath delivering the annual Women and Gender Studies lecture.
In its 10th year on campus, the series brings writers to campus for readings and discussion.
The dinner raised a record $2.6 million to support Manhattan College students.
A.K. Sandoval-Strausz, author of Barrio America, will speak on campus on February 27.
The week’s programming will explore people who are doing good in the world.
A former Fortune 500 executive, Gross will speak on Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Sister Pimentel will address the relationship between immigrants along the Texas-Mexico border and the Catholic Church on February 19.
Fernicola is currently the president and chief customer officer at Salesforce.
Scull will examine the 'soft power' influence religious leaders still possessed in British and Irish politics after the Second World War.
Manhattan College’s singers and orchestra will perform holiday favorites.
On October 30, Brackett will talk about how emotional intelligence affects learning and decision-making.
Helen Phillips and Sarah Grieve will discuss their writing on campus.
The College’s campus will turn into a maze of trick-or-treat delights for local children.
Shakespeare’s beloved comedy comes to campus on October 18.
The conversation will focus on building a bridge between the LGBTQ+ community and Catholic Church.
Lance Strate, a founder and first president of the Media Ecology Association, will deliver the keynote lecture.
Mehnaz Afridi, Ph.D., will receive the Costello Excellence in Teaching Award.
Manhattan College hosted its fifth annual Business Analytics Competition.
Manhattan College celebrates the 2019 Commencement exercises.
This year's graduates have plenty to be proud of as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.
The former CEO and president of All-State Industries, Pulver will receive an honorary degree in engineering.
In 2019, Lasallians around the world commemorate 300 years after De La Salle.
White will speak at the annual Gargano Lecture on Tuesday, April 9.
Susan Gallardo will discuss her work in Asia on Monday, April 8.
A series of events aims to celebrate and empower women in our Lasallian Catholic community.
Porricelli and Dowler will discuss their classroom styles and how to connect with students at all levels.
Students can learn about programs in education and health, engineering, science and business.
The week's programming will explore institutions that have participated in unethical behavior.
Con Edison will also create an endowed scholarship for a Manhattan College student in the STEM field.
A winter break volunteer experience in Michigan helped business student and graduating senior Olivia Gartland understand the reality of the Flint water crisis.
Scott was the keynote speaker at the kickoff dinner on Monday, February 4.
Being a Manhattan College student comes with a lot of perks.
Alvaro Enrigue, Laura Sims and Erika Meitner will speak on campus.
University of Virginia history professor S. Max Edelson will discuss the colonial period on Monday, Feb. 4.
The spring schedule of events begins on Thursday, January 24.
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The city comes alive each season with fun and affordable ways to enjoy the holidays.
Con Edison’s CEO will be the guest of honor at the College’s largest annual fundraising event.
The interdisciplinary event will focus on the art of multiple perspectives.
The Manhattan College community dedicates a community artwork to commemorate the life and legacy of St. John Baptist de La Salle for the Tercentenary.
Prior to the annual Schweitzer Lecture, students lit candles to remember victims of the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh.
The annual on-campus Christmas tradition includes songs of the season.
The College’s campus will turn into a maze of trick or treat delights.
Interested students can learn more about the College’s postgraduate programs.
Woltz addresses the destruction and conservation of ecological systems through visual media.
The Center will continue to advance its mission to eradicate human suffering, prejudice, and racism through education.
The touring troupe will perform The Winter’s Tale on Friday, October 12.
The founder of Hour Children, Sister Tesa will share ideas to end intergenerational incarceration.
Asghar’s work has been featured on PBS, NBC, Teen Vogue and Huffington Post.
The New York Magazine writer and author will speak on campus on Friday, September 7.
Fun Fact: 75% of Manhattan College freshmen live on campus — making Move-in Day kind of a big deal!
More than 1,000 graduates participated in Manhattan College's Commencement exercises from May 16-18 in Draddy Gymnasium.
An expert on ageism, Ashton Applewhite will serve as the keynote speaker on Tuesday, April 17.
Enger is a musician who tells the story of a little-known aspect of the Holocaust.
MacFarquhar will be the keynote speaker at the annual Aquinas Lecture on April 10.
A lively contingent of Manhattan College alumni, faculty and friends marched along Fifth Avenue on Saturday, March 17, in the 257th annual New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade.
On March 22, Becky Nicolaides, Ph.D., will discuss the contours of change in diversifying suburbia.
A team of Manhattan students recently placed in the Top 10 of the UniGame, an international business contest from the owners of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Neyfakh’s popular Slate podcast on Watergate details how it’s relevant today.
This semester’s version of the Major Author Reading Series begins on Thursday, February 15.
A leader in the international organization will speak at the College on February 21.
The event helps support high priority programs such as student scholarships and financial aid.
Bethlehem Beyond the Wall, a multimedia exhibition, will be on view at the College from Monday, Feb. 19 to Tuesday, Feb. 27.
The month's events kick off on Monday, February 5 with a dinner, performances and an appearance by actor David Roberts.
A former Lord Mayor of Belfast, Ó Muilleoir will discuss current affairs in Northern Ireland.
The Co-CEO of Bridgewater Associates, Murray will be the guest of honor at the College’s largest annual fundraising event.
As 2017 draws to a close, we reflect on the ways the Manhattan College family has connected this year.
On Sunday, Dec. 10, Manhattan College’s singers and orchestra will perform popular Christmas carols and Advent hymns.
West will give a lecture titled “Depression, Racism and the Environment.”
The Emmy-winning MSNBC host is the second speaker in the College's Annual Student Engagement Lecture Series.
A former program manager for food security, Nichols will speak on campus on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The chair of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth, Heschel is the keynote speaker at the College’s annual Schweitzer Lecture on Nov. 7.
Plucker is the co-author of Excellence Gaps in Education: Expanding Opportunities for Talented Students.
A Manhattan College faculty member will also receive the annual Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching.
More than fifty Jaspers have worked on the bridge connecting Westchester and Rockland counties.
Students will be inducted into Epsilon Sigma Pi honor society during the event.
Representatives from opposing sides will debate on the upcoming vote.
The event will serve as the start of a monthlong celebration.
Robert Greens, Meghan Kenny and David Eye will come to campus this fall.
Prospective students and families invited to explore campus, meet faculty and students.
The reporter from the Guardian will discuss Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing and its effects at the annual Gargano Lecture.
Mandela and Hayes will kick off the annual Student Engagement Lecture Series.
Comedy writer Zarqa Nawaz and Dartmouth professor Susannah Heschel highlight fall slate.
A homegrown Veterans Success Program has provided a way for student veterans to acclimate to college life and find their place among peers.
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.
Participants of the College-wide event contributed to numerous community service projects in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens on April 29.
Hilary Dubose, the Catholic Relief Services country representative for Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza, visited campus to discuss her human development work and the College’s partnership with CRS.
Two groups of Manhattan College students solve a fictitious crime at the annual knowledge-building competition in New York City, one of which was ranked ninth among 20 teams entered in the Games.
Manhattan College continues to strengthen its partnership with Catholic Relief Services.
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.
Arudpragasam will discuss “The Story of a Brief Marriage,” set during the Sri Lankan civil war.
Held on April 7, the first annual Lasallian Women’s Conference focused on women and sexuality, sexual assault and prevention, and ideas for a future resource center that caters to women’s issues.
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.
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.
Five student veterans from the Schools of Business, Education and Health, Engineering and Liberal Arts spoke on a panel that discussed female empowerment in the military.
The conversation on Friday, April 7 will center on sexual assault prevention and incorporating mission-based ideals and values.
JustPeace invited four speakers of different disciplines to share their perspectives on the Dakota Access Pipeline build for World Water Day 2017.
On April 6, Heyer will discuss topics surrounding migration and political justice within the frame of Catholicism.
Manhattan College was well represented during the 2017 St. Patrick's Day Parade, beginning with an appearance on NBC's TODAY.
Robin will deliver a presentation on The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Donald Trump.
Students at Manhattan College who served in the military will host a panel discussion on March 29.
A panel discussion during Manhattan College’s annual Peace Week offered examples of how the U.S. military propagates peace during wartime, as described by students and alumni who served.
Brother Robert Bimonte, FSC, and Nicholas M. Michelli will discuss brain function and social justice during events in March and April.
Santer will share research discoveries in the field of atmospheric science.
Stephen J. Squeri, Vice Chairman of the American Express Company, received the De La Salle Medal for his excellence in corporate leadership.
Heidi Julavits, Stephen P. Kiernan, Keetje Kuipers, and John Hoppenthaler will speak during spring semester’s M.A.R.S. events.
Throughout February, Manhattan College will honor the contributions of African-Americans to history, culture and current events.
Fr. Bryan Massingale will speak about cross-racial solidarity within the Catholic Church.
Yale University professor of history will examine Alexander Hamilton’s life and legacy.
The De La Salle Medal Dinner raises essential funds for student scholarships and financial aid.
The campus will celebrate the Advent season on Sunday, Dec. 4.
Mandel will deliver the annual Schweitzer Lecture on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
The Hungry Hearts Tour brings the famed Shakespearean tragedy to Smith Auditorium.
The talk continues the Center’s mission to highlight worldwide educational issues.
What do a saint and a heretic have in common? Plenty, according to Sean L. Field, Ph.D.
The trio of writers will read their works, then participate in a one-on-one discussion.
The fifth annual Student Engagement Lecture Series begins on Thursday, Sept. 8.
A weekend of events brought hundreds of former Manhattan College students to Riverdale.
From June 29 - July 2, some of the nation's brightest minds will come to the Riverdale campus.
A growing two-day conference hosted by the School of Business places Manhattan College as a thought leader in the field of business analytics.
Manhattan College's undergraduate class of more than 780 students capped the weekend's festivities on May 22.
The Spring Commencement exercises take place on Saturday, May 21 with the Undergraduate Commencement exercises to come on Sunday, May 22.
The Superior General of the Brothers of the Christian Schools will address Manhattan College’s class of 2016 on May 22.
Poet to share her award-winning works on April 28.
On April 25, Fink will discuss her reporting at a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina struck.
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.
A labor and employment expert, Huq will discuss the role women are playing in the workforce and community in the U.S. and Bangladesh.
Renowned author of Venus Drive, Homeland and The Ask to speak at Manhattan College for the biannual reading series on March 31.
Peace Week 2016: Going Beyond Borders takes place March 7-10.
The two-day event, Feb. 29 – March 1, explores challenges in an age of extremism.
The author of What the Best College Students Do will lead a workshop on teaching and learning.
The president of the Duke Ellington Center for the Arts will lead a series of dance and musical performances in Smith Auditorium.
The president and CEO of Marathon Petroleum Corporation received the College’s medal of honor at this year's annual gala.
The representative of Ireland to the UN will visit campus and discuss the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
Manhattan College hosts a forum on creating green jobs in its home borough.
The College’s Singers and Orchestra will conduct their seasonal performance, A Festival of Lessons and Carols.
Three-time winner of the National Jewish Book Award to speak at Manhattan on “Jewish Women and Families during Kristallnacht.”
Award-winning author will share his work at Manhattan College on Nov. 19.
Prolific poet will read from her collection on campus.
The Broadway classic is a tribute to Joseph Leavey ’77, who lost his life in the 9/11 attacks.
A prominent Muslim-American activist, Linda Sarsour, will deliver the keynote address on Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Two championship teams and eight individuals make up the 2015 Hall of Fame class.
Prospective students and families invited to explore different College departments and programs.
Manhattan College to host three notable authors during the fall semester.
A series of events will take place around campus in October to raise awareness about sustainable labor practices in the free market.
Teachout will visit the Riverdale campus on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Students inducted into prestigious Epsilon Sigma Pi honor society during event.
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.
On Sept. 18, more than 65 students from five schools presented a summer of discovery with support from faculty mentors.
Roberts will deliver a lecture titled “Savant Spouses: Love, Marriage and Collaboration in Enlightenment France.”
In preparation for the Pope’s visit to the U.S. and New York City, members of the Manhattan College community share a special message with Pope Francis.
Driven by the papal encyclical, the month-long series of events tackles several current environmental issues.
The fall’s schedule of events begins on Sept. 9 with Peter B. Gudaitis, President of the National Disaster Interfaith Networks.
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.
For the first time, the College’s highest undergraduate student honor goes to two deserving seniors.
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.
Kimsy Tor ’15 receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.
As they turn their tassels, members of Manhattan College’s Class of 2015 reflect on the last four years and what it really means to be a Jasper.
Eileen Murray '80 and David J. O'Brien will speak at two spring commencement ceremonies and receive honorary degrees.
A leader in the financial services industry, Murray will give the keynote on May 16.
The leading Catholic scholar and peace activist will address Manhattan College’s graduating class of 2015 on May 17.
President Nishani will greet Manhattan College students and faculty as part of a three-day trip to the U.S.
Interior designer Anthony Baratta will speak at the college on April 28.
The day-long event will feature multiple speakers and topics in philosophy.
Kozol will deliver a lecture on race, poverty and inequity in urban schools on April 22.
Experts in slavery and human trafficking to present at conference on April 18.
Creative writer and storyteller to present his works at Manhattan College on April 16.
Kevin McBride, Ph.D., will discuss battlefield archeology of the Pequot War.
Stephen J. Pope and Michael Spezio to present at lecture on April 20.
Pushcart Prize-nominated poet and nonfiction writer Gianmarc Manzione ’02 will visit Manhattan College on March 26.
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.
Payne will visit campus on March 25 and Kozol on April 22.
An esteemed poet and teacher, Fraser will visit campus on Feb. 18.
Kevin Ryan, CEO and president of Covenant House, to speak on Feb. 11.
The Tony Award winner will speak about a number of topics, including the start of his career as an entertainer after the civil rights movement of the 1960s.
Manhattan College will host four critically acclaimed writers, including one alumnus, during the spring semester.
Manhattan College’s HGI Center will focus on the Holocaust and its lingering effects throughout the 2015 spring semester.
The President of the New York Building Congress has managed major New York City construction projects and maintained growth in the industry.
The College honored Carbonell on Monday, Nov. 24 with a plaque unveiling ceremony.
The veteran actor and tenor will discuss his career and perform classic Italian and American songs.
Rosenblat will speak about her role on Orange is the New Black, an Emmy-nominated series on Netflix, and her nearly 40 years of acting and voice experience.
Several recent graduates headline outstanding 2014 class, including the all-time leading scorer in Manhattan College men’s basketball history.
Author of Big-Eyed Afraid and The Small Blades Hurt to wrap up the fall M.A.R.S. lecture series.
Murray Baumgarten, Ph.D., will deliver a talk entitled The Letters Propelled Me: Resisting Kristallnacht Then and Now.
Prospective students and families invited to visit campus and explore different College departments and programs.
The former dean of the School of Business receives an honorary doctorate degree.
The transformative, 70,000-square-foot building connects the College’s north and south campuses, offering a state-of-the-art space for student and faculty engagement, learning and recreation.
Manhattan College’s M.A.R.S. program continues with Ben Marcus.
Religious leaders and scholars to lead open discussion entitled, Jews, Christians and Muslims: Challenging Extremism Today.
Duke University art history professor is part of Phi Beta Kappa’s Visiting Scholar Program in conjunction with the Costello Lecture Series.
Lee Hall is the first building on campus named after a woman.
The College’s Major Author Reading Series (M.A.R.S.) will commence on Sept. 18 with writer Jen McClanaghan.
Charles Long to discuss the dilemmas of American religion on Sept. 11.
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.
Graduates of Manhattan College, spanning the classes of 1949 to 2014, reconnected on campus for a weekend of events.
More than 1,000 Jaspers received their diplomas May 17-18, 2014, in Riverdale, N.Y.
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.
Valedictorian Kelly Keane ’00, ’14 graduates with a master’s degree in mental health counseling.
Dominick Servedio, executive chairman of STV Group, will also receive honorary doctorate degree during May 17 ceremony.
Panel discussion followed by tour of rooftop garden on April 22.
College will present Carolyn Woo with honorary doctorate during ceremony.
Flirting with Danger examines cultural views on sexual assault and will show as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Ana Maria Laguna to discuss Cervantes’ "Don Quixote" at annual lecture.
As part of Manhattan College’s ongoing planning in the event of an emergency situation on campus, the College will conduct a scenario exercise on April 3.
The Manhattan College community gathered for a series of events, which promoted peace and understanding for a war-torn nation.
George Young to present book on Russian cosmism, a philosophical and cultural movement in Russia during the 20th century.
Gaiutra Bahadur, a frequent writer on the culture and politics of global migration, will discuss her 2013 book.
Alon Tal to present The Environment and the Middle East Peace Process: A Blueprint for Progress on March 5.
The College’s biannual Major Author Reading Series (M.A.R.S.) will begin on March 12 with poet Kwame Dawes.
College’s Diversity Committee welcomes J.A.B. (Just Another Band).
Captain Allison DeVito will present Cost of War lecture on Feb. 27.
Alumnus Milo Riverso ’81 will receive medal on Jan. 23.
The Dec. 2 drill has been canceled due to the Metro North train derailment and will be rescheduled in 2014.
Members of the College community gathered to celebrate 40 years of coeducation at Manhattan with a special panel presentation.
Staff and administrators received recognition for their dedication to Manhattan College.
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.
The College’s Singers and Orchestra will conduct their seasonal musical performance, A Festival of Lessons and Carols.
Award-winning poet will read her works on Nov. 14.
On Oct. 29, Rafael Pineiro, first deputy commissioner, visited campus as part of Manhattan College’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
On Nov. 4, prominent community-based environmental activists will deliberate on "New York City Sustainability Priorities: What Should the Next Mayor Do?"
WWII and Korean War veteran and alumnus, Paul Loong ’58, tells his story as a POW in "Every Day Is a Holiday," which was created by his daughter and filmmaker, Theresa Loong.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership at the Fall Honors Convocation.
Visual and performance artist Shaun “El C.” Leonardo will visit Manhattan College on Oct. 28.
Education students coordinate fun activities and trick-or-treat stops around campus.
The free event for high school juniors and seniors begins at 9 a.m. and includes a panel presentation, tours of laboratories, and a luncheon.
David Beamer will speak about the courage, honor and sacrifice his son, Todd Beamer, and the passengers aboard Flight 93 displayed on Sept. 11, 2001.
On Oct. 16, Jews, Christians and Muslims will gather to promote understanding and friendship.
Fall Open House for prospective students begins at 12 p.m., and includes an exhibition of College departments and campus tours.
Yale historian and author of “The Bet,” Paul Sabin, will discuss the deepening national conflict over the future of the planet.
Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush will discuss the crucially important issue of how religion is covered by the media.
The four-day celebration from Oct. 20-23 marks 50 years since the Council sought to transform and renew liturgy in the Roman Catholic Church.
Nationally acclaimed memoirist, novelist, poet and editor will visit Manhattan College on Oct. 8.
The series features a visit from bestselling author Sonia Nazario and First Deputy Commissioner of the NYPD Rafael Pineiro.
The ASC brings one of Shakespeare’s great tragedies to campus.
On Sept. 25, Manhattan College continues the Costello Lecture series with historian and UCLA professor emerita Lynn Hunt, Ph.D.
Banu Koçer Reisman and Dila Çelik will discuss the recent protest in Istanbul’s Taksim Gezi Square.
Major Authors Reading Series continues this fall with Mary Gaitskill, Jill Bialosky and Alicia Ostriker.
On Sept. 9, Manhattan College continues the Newman Lecture series with cultural historian and media scholar Siva Vaidhyanathan, Ph.D.
Lineup includes book discussions by authors Ruth Boyd Sharone and John Connelly.
Gabriella Coleman, author of “Coding Freedom: The Aesthetics and the Ethics of Hacking” will visit campus.
Authors Carol Gilligan and Lauren Weisberger to visit campus Sept. 9 and 10, and veteran and Olympian Melissa Stockwell, and television personality Michelle Beadle to speak Oct. 1 and 2.
Summer Literacy Institute brings Bronx high school students to campus for a weeklong college immersion program.
More than 100 students and educators from regional Lasallian high schools participated in a weeklong enrichment program.
More than 450 alumni reaffirmed College connections at the 144th Reunion Weekend.
Hundreds of alumni will return to Riverdale, including a number of notable names from the class of 1963 who will celebrate their 50th reunion.
Nearly 1,000 bachelor's and master's students awarded degrees.
Jennifer Player ’13 graduates with MBA and delivers valedictory speech.
Perry Rizopoulos ’13 and Pelham, N.Y., resident, receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership.
Bernard Pierorazio and Charles Thornton will speak at two spring commencement ceremonies and receive honorary degrees.
The Advanced Placement Institute of Manhattan College will host its 30th annual advanced placement (AP) summer workshops
From April 26-28, the Jaspers participated in the steel bridge-building and concrete canoe competitions
The College community celebrated longtime faculty on April 22 at the annual Faculty Recognition Convocation in the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers.
Bernard P. Pierorazio will also receive honorary doctorate during May 18 ceremony
New tool encourages area residents to engage with campus
Thomas Stanton will discuss why some firms thrived and others failed following the recent economic collapse
Award-winning memoirist will read on April 24.
The annual Presidential Reception Celebrating Scholarship Donors and Student Recipients helps put faces to names.
Award-winning film profiles 20th century New York City artist
College will present Thornton with honorary doctorate during ceremony
Carol Berkin will address the role of women during U.S. Revolution on April 8
Manhattan College upholds its title as the first and longest-standing college to march in the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Conference offers undergraduates from tri-state region the chance to discuss mathematics with their peers.
Lineup includes book discussions by authors Jasha Levi and Nina Wolff
Pollock will read from his award-winning poetry collection on March 26
Irish society will hold annual black-tie dinner on March 14
More than 90 community leaders attended the event including New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly ’63 and City Council Member G. Oliver Koppell.
Pope John XXIII’s historic encyclical has deep ties to campus community
Schroff’s personal story about a chance encounter with a panhandler is uniquely inspiring
Award-winning author Stacie Berdan will offer tips on how to impress international job recruiters
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.
Emmy-winning actor/singer will be accompanied by Broadway composer Frank Owens
Spring semester programming begins on Feb. 13 with activist and scholar Alan Richard.
Event marks College’s one-year anniversary as Fair Trade College.
College’s top fundraising event honors host of CBS’ The Talk and Big Brother.
Masch brings extensive financial and educational experience to the College.