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The Spring Semester at MMC is packed with incredible events, including @mmcdancedept's Dancers at Work (DAW) showcase.   See the lin...
The Spring Semester at MMC is packed with incredible events, including @mmcdancedept's Dancers at Work (DAW) showcase. See the link in our bio for tickets (in-person or livestream) and check out this snippet from student choreographer Rebecca Sherr ’26. Her piece "Embrace in Unity" will be featured in DAW's Program A April 12-13. Merde! Choreographer ~ @rebeccasherr Dancers ~ @nicoletrkula @madi.brice @august.olivia @josie__carp @amanda__romano @danidancepants Video ~ @eli_colado & @brookebarnesdance #marymountmanhattancollege #mmcdancersatwork #newyorkcity #NYCColleges #GoGriffins
We had a blast at our March 9 Accepted Students Day (see for yourself!), and we can't wait to meet more families this Sunday at MMC's Apr...
We had a blast at our March 9 Accepted Students Day (see for yourself!), and we can’t wait to meet more families this Sunday at MMC’s April 14 Accepted Students Day events. � � Be sure to RSVP! It’s your chance to meet faculty and current students, tour campus, and explore all that the College has to offer. And, with stops at nearby cultural landmarks and fun group projects, you’ll get a taste of what it’s like to go to College in the greatest city in the world. See the link in our bio for more info! #GoGriffins
A total eclipse of the ?! Griffins were out in full force today to watch the solar eclipse from 71st Street. Tag us in your pics!  Thanks...
A total eclipse of the 💙! Griffins were out in full force today to watch the solar eclipse from 71st Street. Tag us in your pics! Thanks to Professor @ambitiousjaze for the 📸 help!
Cheers all around! We've got great updates to share from the Classes of 2023, 2022, 2018, and 1997!  🔵 Digital Media and Video Pr...
Cheers all around! We've got great updates to share from the Classes of 2023, 2022, 2018, and 1997! 🔵 Digital Media and Video Production alum Krista Schuff ’23 is enrolled in the Disney College Program in Orlando, Florida, where she’s working as a PhotoPass photographer. 🔵 Jackie Leon ’22 is making their Broadway debut in Alicia Keys‘ musical Hell's Kitchen at the Shubert Theater. They play the role of Jessica—which they originated during the show's 2023-24 Off-Broadway run—and also appear in the ensemble. The show is in previews and has its opening night on April 20. For tickets, go to hellskitchen.com 🔵 As Dungeons & Dragons celebrates its 50th anniversary, an MMC alum is helping to bring the iconic game to life! Shelby Reilly ’18 is the assistant company manager at Dungeons & Dragons: The Twenty-Sided Tavern, an interactive show where the game is played in a party of 500 players. Previews start on April 19, and the show opens on May 5; go to thetwentysidedtavern.com for more! 🔵 Tara Bracco ’97 is the founder and producing artistic director of Poetic People Power, a spoken word group that combines poetry and activism. She’s also the editor of the new anthology Poetic People Power: Three Spoken Word Shows for Social Change, which explores the group’s shows about environmental heroes, women’s voices, and human rights abuses. For more, go to poeticpeoplepower.com. Congrats! #MMCProud! @mmctheatrearts @mmccommarts
New Yorkers who need assistance filing their returns this tax season are getting a helping hand from MMC's Business students.  The Colleg...
New Yorkers who need assistance filing their returns this tax season are getting a helping hand from MMC’s Business students. The College is participating in the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which provides free tax preparation services to low-income filers, people with disabilities, and limited English speakers. Under a partnership with the Food Bank for New York City, MMC students are serving as VITA tax preparers at the organization’s Tax and Finance Center in Manhattan and for its remote tax prep service through April 15. Each student has passed IRS certification exams and undergone hours of training. Since 2011, more than 40 MMC Business students have volunteered for the program, collectively preparing over 500 income tax returns. The College’s participation this year was organized by Associate Professor of Accounting and Assistant Business Division Chair Andrea Tsentides, MBA, CPA, who enlisted three of her students for the effort: Christina Newland ’25, Alana Gallante ’24, and Peter Nierenhausen ’24 (pictured above). Read the rest of the story at mmm.edu. Amazing job, everyone! #MMCProud
One college, one student body! Jessica Soble ’22 takes us to a special photo gallery in Nugent that honors how students at 71st Street an...
One college, one student body! Jessica Soble ’22 takes us to a special photo gallery in Nugent that honors how students at 71st Street and in MMC’s college programs at the Bedford Hills and Taconic correctional facilities for women come together. Visit mmm.edu to learn more! #GoGriffins
Applying to MMC? Which character on the Admissions Team will you choose to help make your application the best it can be? (FYI, you can't...
Applying to MMC? Which character on the Admissions Team will you choose to help make your application the best it can be? (FYI, you can’t go wrong—they’re all top-tier!) Go to mmm.edu/visitcampus to schedule a campus visit. #GoGriffins
More good news from MMC students! Last week, two shows at @54below spotlighted Griffin talent on back-to-back nights—and we've got...
More good news from MMC students! Last week, two shows at @54below spotlighted Griffin talent on back-to-back nights—and we've got a few of the pics! 1-3: "54 Sings Love Letters to NYC," produced and directed by MMC junior Katy Hollis, featured MMC students Isabella Orosco, Addison Clover, Juliana Malicoat, Kayla Platania, Andres Reyes, Emma Smiler, Reilly Sylvester, and Lanes Miller. 📸: Annie Brown ’23 4-7: "The Redemption Cabaret," produced by MMC senior London Riley Keller and junior Katie Michelle Stahl, featured MMC students Joey Soto, Marisol Medina, Adrianna Romeo, Valentina Perdido, and Annika Martens Big thanks to @londonrileykeller and @mynameislanes for the details! Congrats! #GoGriffins #NYCCOLLEGE
ICYMI: Check out these amazing photos from @mmctheatrearts Spring 2024 musical Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella. Congratulations to all...
ICYMI: Check out these amazing photos from @mmctheatrearts Spring 2024 musical Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Congratulations to all who worked so hard to put on an INCREDIBLE production! Direction by Todd Buonopane Choreography by Brooke and Tiffany Engen Musical Direction by Yan Li Scenic Design by Seth Mazlin Costume Design by Julia Squier Lighting Design by Angelo Sagnelli Sound Design by Bruce Yaeger Hair and Make-up Design by Hannah Sadler Properties by Sydney Borislow Props Fabrication by Brian Monet Production Stage Management by Ashlynn Baumgartner 📸: Avery Brunkus Next up: Hamletmachine on April 5-7. See the link in our bio for ticket info! For information on upcoming shows, follow @mmctheatrearts!
One of the perks of being a Business student in NYC? The internships! Michelle Ledezma '25 takes us along as she heads into her inte...
One of the perks of being a Business student in NYC? The internships! Michelle Ledezma ’25 takes us along as she heads into her internship at the financial services company SMBC. A Finance and Management major and Economics and Accounting minor, Ledezma said the position and her courses keep her busy, but she loves how she's bridging her class work with real-world practice. "It's really nice that I can go to class and learn the principles and the foundation but then actually use them in my internship," she said. #GoGriffins #NYCCOLLEGE #accountingstudent #businessstudent
#MMCProud! Our extraordinary alums are doing extraordinary things! Here are some recent updates from the classes of 2023, 2019, 2016, and...
#MMCProud! Our extraordinary alums are doing extraordinary things! Here are some recent updates from the classes of 2023, 2019, 2016, and 2013. 🔵 Jasmine Ramos ’23 was a production assistant for "BARBA: A Brazilian Body Percussion Musical," which ran last month at the Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre. The show was featured in Playbill, BroadwayWorld Spain, and on Univisíon, and all five performances were sold out. 🔵 Mattie Love ’16 is performing with Madonna on The Celebration Tour! Dance Magazine recently interviewed Mattie; check the link in our bio for the story! 🔵 In January, Chelsea Pollack-DeRario ’13 was named VP, Head of U.S. People & Culture, for Axel Springer, which owns Business Insider, Politico, Morning Brew, and Insider Intelligence. She began her career in Human Resources and Recruiting at BuzzFeed in 2013 and was the head of People Operations at Cheddar Inc. before joining Axel Springer. 🔵 Tony Russo ’19 recently made his Off-Broadway debut in Qui Nguyen's drama-comedy "She Kills Monsters" and also served as the show's fight choreographer! 🔵 Dylan Randazzo ’16 is starring in his first Sondheim show, "Sunday in the Park with George" at @AxelrodArts now through March 24. You can also catch Dylan as Cody in the upcoming indie feature "Band on the Run" later this year. Congratulations, everyone! 🥂 #Alumnituesday #marymountmanhattancollege #NYCCOLLEGE
What's it like going to college in the world's greatest city? Yesterday's Accepted Students Day offered a taste!  Faculty and staff, incl...
What’s it like going to college in the world’s greatest city? Yesterday’s Accepted Students Day offered a taste! Faculty and staff, including Theatre Arts professors Emily Clark and Kenny Finkle, Linguistics professor Sue Behrens, Art and Art History professor Jason Rosenfeld, and Associate Director of Career and Professional Development Ryan Atwell, introduced students to the vast learning ecosystem that is NYC, with stops at cultural landmarks, lectures, and fun group projects. We can’t wait to see our next group of students at MMC’s April 14 Accepted Students Day event. Go to mmm.edu/visitcampus for more! GoGriffins! 💙 #NYCCOLLEGE
  • Ben Chatag '15
    Ben Chatag ’15 

    Ben draws upon deeply personal life experiences to create his colorful and complex contemporary paintings. “I want to visually convey Tibetan philosophical ideas in works that focus on current social, political, and cultural issues,” he says. “The notions of freedom, interdependence, and compassion are important in a time when many are rejecting our connectedness and focusing on differences.”

  • 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.”

  • Zachary Barbati '10
    Zachary Barbati ’10 

    After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, received the Copenhagen Master of Excellence Scholarship Award, enabling him to study at the University of Copenhagen from 2010-12, where he spent two years conducting research and pursuing other academic work.

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  • LisaDupree2018
    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.

  • 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.

  • 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