On Friday, November 8, the four students of the Office of Student Development and Activities’ newest initiative spoke to faculty, staff, and peers on their experience becoming Social Justice Ambassadors.
Go Figure: The Female Gaze, curated by Hallie Cohen, MFA, Professor of Art and Director of the Gallery, presents the work of eleven women artists who are embracing feminism and ecofeminism in order to challenge the traditions of male hegemony in art.
Class of 2016’s Treneé McGee has been elected to the city of West Haven, Connecticut’s District 7 council, making her the youngest African American ever elected to the board.
November 1 marks the official beginning to Native American Heritage Month, observed each year to honor the legacies of indigenous peoples across the country. MMC’s Office of Student Development and Activities (SDA), Chartwells, and the Student Activities Advisory Board (SAAB) have organized a lineup of events for the College community to celebrate and commemorate First Nation cultures and history.
On November 16, the College is giving back to a cause close to our hearts. In partnership with The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of New York, Marymount Manhattan College is hosting a day of service to create care packages filled with essential items for housing insecure youth.
Each year, the team at OnStage Blog announces the best performing arts schools for the coming year. To generate this ranking, OnStage creates a committee of theatre educators, students, alumni, and parents—the people who really know what’s important in theatre education—to research the country’s top programs.
This is the first installment in the Department of Natural Sciences’ Science in the City series, which highlights all the ways in which MMC students take advantage of the scientific opportunities that NYC has to offer. This recurring series will showcase scientific experiences of our majors in Biology , Biomedical Sciences , Behavioral Neuroscience , and Urban & Environmental Sustainability .
International Education Week 2019 at MMC
It’s International Education Week and MMC has planned a packed week of exciting and informative events, sponsored by Student Development and Activities, Study Abroad, Cultural Peer Mentors, Campus Activities Board, and Student Government Association.
How MMC Helps Grads Succeed
A recent Broadway World article examines the ways in which the country’s most prestigious theatre programs prepare students for life after graduation.
Professor Jennifer Dixon Takes Baltimore!
On Friday, November 15, Jenny Dixon, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair of Communication and Media Arts, presented US Presidential Debates 1948-2016: An Issue of Formality and Respect in the Top Paper panel in the Political Communication Division of the National Communication Association conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
- Adrienne Warren ’09 Featured on Cover of IN New York Magazine
- MMC Launches Local Online News Association Chapter
- OnStage Blog Names MMC One of the Top Musical Theatre Programs for 2019-20
- Bedford Hills College Program Featured in Fordham Observer Article
- MMC Alum and Navy Veteran Reunited with College Ring 15 Years After Losing It
- MMC’s Bedford Hills College Program Featured in University Business Article
- 4:30pm Commons West IEW - Tea Lecture and DemonstrationNov18
- 7:00pm Commons West Stand Up! Speak Out! FestivalNov18
- All Day Hewitt Gallery of Art GO FIGURE: The Female GazeNov19
- 10:00am Multi-Faith Center, Carson Hall 412 Griffy’s Grocery Open!Nov19
- 12:00pm Multi-Faith Center GratitudeNov19
- 12:00pm Regina Peruggi Room International Food FestivalNov19
- 2:30pm Regina Peruggi Room Teaching KitchenNov19
- 3:00pm Multi-faith Center, Room 412 Carson Hall Sleepless in NYC?Nov19
- 5:30pm Bean Bag Room (2nd Floor of Nugent in the Library) International Movie NightNov19
- 1:00pm Faculty Center Conference Room CANCELED: EWL Brown Bag Lunch SeriesNov20
- 5:30pm Cafe Room Study Abroad Talk BackNov20