Madison Richards ’19 is in Italy this summer in advance of graduating in December.
Visual & Performing Arts
A hands on experience at Booz Allen provided Ellison Madsen ’19 with experience in blockchain technology.
The exhibition will open on Wednesday, April 10 and is open to the public through mid-June.
Bethlehem Beyond the Wall, a multimedia exhibition, will be on view at the College from Monday, Feb. 19 to Tuesday, Feb. 27.
The exhibition will take place on campus from February 19-27.
Manhattan College’s course catalog encourages students to step outside of the classroom and put learning into action in the greatest city in the world.
On Sunday, Dec. 10, Manhattan College’s singers and orchestra will perform popular Christmas carols and Advent hymns.
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).
The incoming freshmen Class of 2020 are greeted this semester by Blossom, a mission-centered artwork that represents all that can be achieved through a Manhattan education.
Pottinger is the first Manhattan College faculty member to receive the prestigious Berlin Prize.
Ten students attended the prestigious festival, boosting their own skills and the College’s reputation in the theater world.
In partnership with Creative Art Works, students will create the first public piece of art at Manhattan College on a wall below Founders Bridge.
The president of the Duke Ellington Center for the Arts will lead a series of dance and musical performances in Smith Auditorium.
The pop/rock quartet includes two brothers who are Manhattan College graduates.
The College’s Singers and Orchestra will conduct their seasonal performance, A Festival of Lessons and Carols.
The Broadway classic is a tribute to Joseph Leavey ’77, who lost his life in the 9/11 attacks.
New Common Interest Communities bring together like-minded residents.
Michael ’81, Fausta ’82 and Joseph McDermott ’15 wrote and illustrated The Concert Hall Cats, which they published in May 2015.
Found in an unlikely campus location, Manhattan College’s Urban Art Passage Gallery, established by professor Cory Blad, Ph.D., has developed into an interdisciplinary forum.
Electrical engineering major Sean O’Donnell ’85 uses the skills he honed at Manhattan College to build and restore pipe organs around the country.
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.
Students in ART 370: Current Trends: The New York City Art Scene visit an artist's home studio in TriBeCa and take part in a hands-on demonstration of two techniques.
Artist Carolyn H. Manosevitz to discuss a search for healing.
"Band of Sisters" will appear at the College on March 12, and tells the story of the transformation of Catholic nuns in the U.S. since Vatican II.
College’s Diversity Committee welcomes J.A.B. (Just Another Band).
As Manhattan celebrates A Festival of Lessons and Carols, the College remembers a very special Manhattan College Christmas concert held 50 years ago.
The College’s Singers and Orchestra will conduct their seasonal musical performance, A Festival of Lessons and Carols.
Visual and performance artist Shaun “El C.” Leonardo will visit Manhattan College on Oct. 28.
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.
Award-winning film profiles 20th century New York City artist
Emmy-winning actor/singer will be accompanied by Broadway composer Frank Owens