- Hope Kenmore has taken a position at the Institutional Biorepository Core of Weill Cornell Medicine, where she is involved with research on COVID-19.
- MMC alumnus Tor Campbell ’98, who earned a degree in Communication Arts with a minor in Musical Theatre, is one of three students making history at Northwestern University as part of the school’s first all-Black MFA Directing cohort. Congratulations, Tor!
- Dan Langan ’12, a Business Management major at MMC, has become a well-known personality on The Food Network. Check out his latest interview with Distractify.
- Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology alumna Nathalia Fonseca ’10, now Clinical Supervisor and Adjunct Instructor at MMC, discusses her career as a speech pathologist in an interview with Women on Topp.
Every year, the Mathematics department holds a College-wide π-Day contest. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit an original sentence, paragraph, poem, or short story that uses the digits of π in order (π ≈ 3.1415926..).
- Jared Grimes ’05, MMC Communication and Media Arts alum, performed in the Broadway at Birdland concert series on February 24, providing an evening of high energy, non-stop, genre-fusing music and dance. His performance was widely praised in a Broadway World review.
- Author and alumna Kiley Reid ’10, an Acting major and Religious Studies minor at MMC, joined Trevor Noah on The Daily Show to discuss Such a Fun Age, her best-selling debut novel about the precarious relationship between a black babysitter and her wealthy white female employer.
- Laura Ann Peterson ’18, an MMC alumna who majored in Theatre Performance and minored in Musical Theatre and Arts Administration, stars in Water Music, one of six plays chosen for performance in Sundog Theatre’s 18th annual one-act play contest, Scenes from the Staten Island Ferry.
- Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford ’05 will star as Gina in Chuck Lorre’s CBS pilot B Positive.
- Goulart, who earned a degree in Communication Arts in 2012, is an Associate Director of Media Strategy at Giant Spoon, a full service advertising agency with offices in New York and Los Angeles.
Communication Arts graduate Victoria Bachan ’13 has been included in the coveted ‘Dealmakers List 2019’ from Variety Magazine for her work with Authentic Talent and Literary Management. Since Authentic establishment their digital department in 2017, the team has generated has generated approximately $25 million in revenue.
- Corridoni, who graduated from Marymount Manhattan College in 2013 with a degree in Political Science, has joined Pete for America’s 2020 Presidential campaign team as Deputy Rapid Response Communications Director.
- For Flaherty NYC: Surface Knowledge, Anthology Film Archives, New York Monday, December 2, 2019, 7 p.m.
- Class of 2016’s English and World Literatures graduate, Xoai Pham, penned an op-ed for Teen Vogue titled, “Rediscovering What Being a Transgender Woman Means to Me”.