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MMC Science Student Blog

Welcome to the MMC Science Student Blog! Hear directly from our students about life in the classroom and the laboratory. For information about contributing to the blog, please contact Ashley Pirovano at apirovano@mmm.edu.


  • May 14
    by Madison Weisend ’20, Environmental Studies

    Caste and Water
    Water is the lifeline of our world, the quencher of our thirst, the sustenance of aquatic ecosystems, and the backbone of the global economy. I was given the opportunity to study abroad in India during my sophomore year at MMC, and have been living...
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  • May 7
    by Coleman Spence ’18, Biology Major

    Experimental Biology Conference
    This past week I was able to attend the Experimental Biology conference in San Diego California. This conference is an annual meeting of 25 different societies, one of which is the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, of which M...
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  • May 3
    by Hope Kenmore ’20, Biology and Dance Double Major

    Bilayer
    My name is Hope Kenmore, and despite MMC being a tiny school, I have the unique privilege of studying in two very separate departments. I’m currently working towards a BA in Biology, while at the same time training as a BFA student in the conser...
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  • April 23
    by Brandon Tran ’20, Biology Major

    Work Study in the Natural Sciences
    My name is Brandon Tran, and I am a sophomore B.S. Biology major. Attending Marymount Manhattan College (MMC), a predominantly liberal arts college, as a B.S. Biology major is a very unique experience. I participate in many different extracurricula...
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  • April 16
    by Victoria Whalen ’21, Biomedical Sciences and Environmental Studies Double Major

    Accepted Science Students: A Night to Remember
    On March 22, 2018, I was lucky enough to have volunteered for the Accepted Students Night for science majors and let me just say: If you weren’t there you really missed out! As a small and close knit section of Marymount Manhattan, it was exciti...
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  • April 9
    by Hailey Gallegos ’21, Biology Major

    Ohana Means Family. Family means a Classification Level of Organisms.
    What will it be like? Am I going to fit in? Will I be successful? These are questions that I asked myself so many times before going to college. My whole life I had thought of this moment, the moment that I got to do what I wanted with my life. On...
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  • March 27
    by Julia Furnari ’20, Biology Major

    Exploring the Heart
    A perfect day in the life of a biology student: you walk into lab and see… dissecting trays! This was my exact reaction when I walked into my physiology lab several weeks ago. A lab on a Friday that ends at 5:30pm… talk about a drag. But, I alw...
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