- Congratulations to alumna Brooke Ishibashi who just landed the lead role on the new NBC pilot People are Talking, by producer and writer DJ Nash (Growing Up Fisher and Up All Night)!
- Working with Prof. Ann Aguanno, senior Biology majors Victoria McIlrath and Alice Trye have published a paper in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), a peer-reviewed scientific video journal.
- Teen Vogue says, “If you want an arts education in the capital of culture and creativity, apply to Marymount Manhattan College. The school boasts rigorous and impressive dance and theatre programs while encouraging its students to make NYC their playground.”
- After publishing three poems in the Mississippi Review last Spring, Professor Jerry Williams’ work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, the most honored literary project in the United States.
- For the second February in a row, the MMC community is taking the Real Happiness meditation challenge: 28 days of daily meditation. Join the challenge and share your experiences at our official MMC 28-Day Challenge blog.
- Carl Safina, acclaimed scientist/author and President of the Safina Center at Stony Brook University, will deliver the 2015 Barry Commoner Lecture on the Environment, titled Caught in the Same Net: The Ocean and Us.
- The entire Marymount Manhattan College community mourns the loss of Sr. Rita Arthur, RSHM, Ph.D.
Congratulations to Kevin Connell (Professor of Theatre Arts) for winning Best Direction of a Play for his 2014 Weathervane Playhouse production of To Kill a Mockingbird!
- Marymount Manhattan College senior Dance major Brooke Averi Lineberger has realized her childhood dream of becoming a Rockette, performing at the illustrious Radio City Music Hall in NYC this winter.