- The Pioneers Go East Collective’s Hildegard (vision) at La MaMa follows the story of Hildegard of Bingen, a medieval nun, composer, and philosopher, who experienced divine visions. On Friday, December 11, MMC professors Jill Stevenson (Theater Arts) and Jennifer Brown (English and World Literatures) will participate in a talk-back panel called Women, Performance and Spirituality following the performance.
Now more than ever is the time to support Marymount Manhattan College! Longtime MMC supporters Judith ’03, ’13H and Russell Carson have pledged up to $2.7 million in matching funds. In Phase 1 of the Carson Match, if MMC can raise $1 million by April 15, the Carsons will generously contribute another $500,000, for a grand total of $1.5 million.
- November 2 – December 3, 2015
HEWITT GALLERY OF ART
Marymount Manhattan College
All artists are immigrants, outsiders exploring and discovering new worlds. They seek either to uncover what is strange in the familiar, or journey to foreign terrains, in reality or imagination.
October was an eventful month at Marymount Manhattan College. We officially welcomed our eighth president, Kerry Walk, Ph.D., at an inauguration ceremony at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Friday, October 23. The inauguration celebration was part of the 2015 Family, Friends, and Alumni Homecoming Weekend. After the ceremony, the celebration was only getting started. Read on for a look back at what was happening around campus!
Check out President Walk’s video introduction, The Future of Marymount Manhattan College. This is the fifth video in our six-part series welcoming Dr. Kerry Walk to our MMC community.
- Patricia Miraflor ’17, a biology major and neuroscience minor, won a competitive internship at the NYC Multiple Sclerosis Society through the efforts of Deirtra Hunter-Romagnoli who identifies research opportunities throughout the city for MMC students.
- Marymount Manhattan College Professor of Art History, Jason Rosenfeld, Ph.D., was featured on CBS Sunday Morning on October 18, where the exhibit he is co-curating, “River Crossings: Contemporary Art Comes Home,” was showcased. To learn more about River Crossings, visit RiverCrossings.org.