- Marymount Manhattan College Student Christophe Horita has been selected to receive a coveted Boren Scholarship for the coming academic year.
- The Thomas J. Watson Foundation announced in late March the selection of its 15th class of Jeannette K. Watson Fellows. The Watson provides outstanding undergraduates at 12 New York City colleges the opportunity for paid internships for three successive summers – two in New York City and a third spent overseas.
- Marymount Manhattan College has long been a destination of choice for ambitious and determined students - even students from other colleges.
- The Counseling & Wellness Center (CWC) is seeking applicants to join AWE: Advocates for Wellness Education for the 2014-15 school year.
- Marymount Manhattan College announces Cooper Square, opening in Fall 2015—a new, state-of-the-art residence hall in the heart of the East Village.
- HeuiTae Yoon ‘11 is exhibiting his recent work at Pratt Studios, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, from April 7-11, 2014.
- The Marymount Manhattan College President’s Report 2012-2013 encompasses the last two years of the College’s financial statements. However, it contains so much more than just financials. The President’s Report commemorates our institutional progress over the last two years – celebrating numerous accomplishments such as the opening of our new Faculty Center, the launch of our new website, and the many achievements of our hard-working faculty, staff, and students.
Congratulations to Studio Art alumna Ellie Ga, whose recent exhibit, Four Thousand Blocks, was reviewed favorably in The New Yorker magazine.
- Marymount Manhattan alumni Richard Serio ‘12 and Elizabeth Hepburn ’12 have announced the launch of DisLangue, a new language learning service business venture.
- Ashley Kelly-Tata ‘07, a Theatre Arts alumna in Directing, has been awarded the 2014 Lotos Foundation Prize in the Arts and Sciences, citing her as an Emerging Artist.