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We’ve updated our Health and Safety Guidelines for the Fall 2021 semester. Visit MMC Onward to get the details.

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Don't miss @mmcdancedept Fall Repertoire beginning on December 2, 2021. This concert series will ...
Don’t miss @mmcdancedept Fall Repertoire beginning on December 2, 2021. This concert series will include multiple performances in the Theresa Lang Theatre through December 11. Grab your tickets today using the link in our bio! #MarymountManhattan
Everyone in the MMC community has their own way of spending the Thursday of Fall Break. As a whol...
Everyone in the MMC community has their own way of spending the Thursday of Fall Break. As a whole, the five days of the break give us a chance to relax and recharge—whether by spending time with family and friends or perhaps by finding a quiet moment alone. When we return next week, the Intercultural Center will be hosting Indigenous/Latino lecturer, storyteller, and poet Bobby Gonzalez for a keynote presentation titled “The Tapestry of American History Through Native Eyes.” Join us on November 30 at 4pm in the IC. Link in bio to register. Thank you for helping each other stay healthy and safe this semester, and for filling the College’s spaces with the invigorating sights and sounds of MMC in action. (Photo: 2019 Fall Feast)
Today, we thank our veterans at MMC?and the veterans and service members across the country. Find...
Today, we thank our veterans at MMC—and the veterans and service members across the country. Find out how these three students transitioned from the military to Marymount Manhattan. Link in bio! #VeteransDay
Congratulations are in order! MMC alumna and Trustee Emerita Hope Knight ?85 has been nominated b...
Congratulations are in order! MMC alumna and Trustee Emerita Hope Knight ’85 has been nominated by NY @GovKathyHochul to serve as Commissioner of the Dept. of Economic Development & President and CEO of Empire State Development! Link in bio for more. #GoGriffins
Stop #4 on our #featureFriday Division Chair spotlight tour! Meet Vandana Rao, Ph.D., the chair o...
Stop #4 on our #featureFriday Division Chair spotlight tour! Meet Vandana Rao, Ph.D., the chair of MMC’s Division of Business. Dr. Rao is teaching three courses this semester: an NYC Seminar, which gives first-year students an up-close-and-personal look at businesses in the city; and two sections of Strategic Management, the capstone course for Business majors. In addition to her teaching duties, Dr. Rao moderates two business-related student clubs: the Investment Club and the Marymount Business Association, which helps MMC students make connections in the NYC biz world and build their network. You can visit Dr. Rao and the Division of Business on the 5th floor of Carson Hall in Room 517.
The Department of Theatre Arts is pleased to present Pippin - Book by Roger O Hirson, Music and L...
The Department of Theatre Arts is pleased to present Pippin - Book by Roger O Hirson, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz! Performances are November 11-13 at 8 pm, and November 13-14 at 2 pm. Tickets go on sale TODAY, November 4 at 11 am! Click the link in our bio to get your tickets! Special Note: ALL audience members must show proof of vaccination prior to being granted access to any ticketed event at a theatre in NYC, per the Mayor’s most recent Emergency Order. MMC requires that all individuals in the audience wear an appropriate face covering that conforms to CDC COVID-19 guidelines for masks at all times during a performance, and while on campus. Neither a negative test, nor an antibody test, satisfy the NYC vaccination requirement for theatres. Non-MMC ID cardholders must complete a health survey prior to entry.
Stop #3 on our Division Chair spotlight tour! Meet Benedetta ?Biba? Sampoli Benitez, Ph.D., the c...
Stop #3 on our Division Chair spotlight tour! Meet Benedetta “Biba” Sampoli Benitez, Ph.D., the chair of MMC's Division of Sciences. In addition to her teaching chemistry, biochemistry, and nutrition, she and two MMC research assistants are currently working on a collaboration with Northeastern University to understand how protein can bypass DNA lesions. “I’m so excited for the fall semester! It feels so amazing — I just love to be back with my students. There is a different vibe. There is no Zoom that will match the pulse of a classroom." You can visit Dr. Sampoli and the Division of Sciences on the 6th floor of Carson Hall in room 614. Stay tuned next week to meet the next division, their faculty leader, and where to find them. Stay tuned!
The Homecoming action doesn?t stop! MMC?s Musical Theatre Association entertained a crowd with Fu...
The Homecoming action doesn’t stop! MMC’s Musical Theatre Association entertained a crowd with Fugitive Songs, a 19-song journey across America that spotlighted people on the run. Following the musical, parents and families gathered in the Commons and on the Lowerre Family Terrace for a reception. #mmchomecoming #Homecoming2021 (Photos by the talented @jess.massari)
Kickball, y?all! #Homecoming2021 #mmchomecoming (Hat tip to @jess.massari for the fab photos.)
Kickball, y’all! #Homecoming2021 #mmchomecoming (Hat tip to @jess.massari for the fab photos.)
Talent? Oh yeah, MMC?s got tons of that! From dance to song to some fierce splits, our students b...
Talent? Oh yeah, MMC’s got tons of that! From dance to song to some fierce splits, our students brought it for the Homecoming talent show. Congrats to all the performers! You’re superstars! (@jess.massari, you’re killing it with these pics.)
Homecoming 2021 is off and running! Earlier today we welcomed folks to the Commons and the Lowerr...
Homecoming 2021 is off and running! Earlier today we welcomed folks to the Commons and the Lowerre Family Terrace for a peek inside what’s new at MMC. Stay glued to your IG feed this weekend for more photos. Better yet, join us tomorrow and Sunday for the fun. Check the link in our bio for the full slate of events. And be sure to tag us in your photos! (Thanks to @jess.massari for the great photos!)
Join us on October 27 at 6 p.m. as disability arts leaders Simi Linton and Alice Sheppard lead MM...
Join us on October 27 at 6 p.m. as disability arts leaders Simi Linton and Alice Sheppard lead MMC’s Rudin Lecture 2021! Moderated by renowned scholar Therí A. Pickens, this virtual event will cover disability aesthetics, justice, and more. Learn more about the speakers and register via the link in our bio!
  • Amber Adams ?11
    Amber Adams ’11 

    “Some little girls played with Barbies. I was making dance and films since I can remember. When I was a child, dance and film were playtime for me and they have always been a part of my life.”

  • Raghib Allie-Brennan ?13
    Raghib Allie-Brennan ’13 

    After majoring in International Studies during his time at Marymount Manhattan, Raghib is now making a name for himself in local politics. Advocating for the people, he is now the youngest member serving in the Connecticut State House, advancing policies that benefit the second district and all of Connecticut.

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    Lisa Dupree ’88 

    As CNBC’s Vice President of the Media Content Center, Lisa oversees a team of 25 responsible for the lifecycle management of the network’s broadcast media – from acquisition through archiving, to workflow and implementation of the network’s media asset management system and infrastructure.

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Alumni stories

  • Leana Jannetty ?18
    Leana Jannetty ’18 

    “After graduating with degrees in Finance and Entrepreneurship with minors in Accounting, Economics, and Dance, I now work on Merrill Lynch’s Northeast Division Office Management Team. Career Services opened this door to me in the fall of my senior year by helping me earn an internship with the company.”

  • Christina Daigneault ?97
    Christina Daigneault ’97 

    A few years ago, Christina received an Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship, a program that celebrates entrepreneurs who are committed to positive social impact. As one of 20 fellows globally, Daigneault spent nine days at Windsor Castle in England engaged in classes and conversation about social sciences and business innovation.

  • Yvonne and her work, featured by the NYC Mayor?s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence
    Yvonne Lamar-Rogers ’06 

    Yvonne runs her own business, Vonnie Made It. Her mixed-media works incorporate collage, printmaking, wet and dry media, photography, clay, and fiber, as well as one-of-a-kind jewelry—wearable art made of recycled paper and semi-precious beads and stones