Keyword: Manhattan College
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Holocaust survivor and Nazi hunter Herman Ziering was dedicated to memorializing those who died in the Holocaust, and bringing those who were complicit to justice. more
It’s the case of the wandering voting precinct, and the two local Democratic district leaders keeping a close eye on such irregularities, want it to stop. more
Halloween came a little early this year at Manhattan College. But then again, since it started inviting ghosts, princesses and superheroes, it’s always an early Halloween at the school. more
Looking for a little fun this Halloween season? more
The sting of barely missing out on the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference postseason tournament party last year lasted well into the offseason for the Manhattan Jaspers men’s soccer team. So what was head coach Jorden Scott’s plan to combat a similar fate this season? Load up on prime-time programs in the non-conference portion of the Jaspers’ schedule with the goal being having a more battle-tested team once MAAC season arrived. more
Using one of the 17 sustainable development goals the United Nations has pushed for global implementation by 2030, Pam Chasek’s class broke into smaller groups to examine dorm, paper, food and plastic waste on campus, all while seeking out ways to reduce poverty. It’s all in-line with two of the U.N.’s green goals of responsible consumption and production, and no poverty. more
When trying to land that first job of a successful career, anything putting that recent college grad ahead of the pack can be invaluable. more
To Rob Walsh, there’s something magical about the baseball field in Van Cortlandt Park. Standing on the pitcher’s mound, he looks around at the meager stands and the holey backstop, the grass encroaching on the infield and the graffiti-scarred scoreboard. more
The space that once was home to the short-lived Caffe Buon Gusto near Manhattan College could soon make way for a 16-unit apartment building. more
Classes are back in session at Manhattan College, and as students return to their dorms and off-campus apartments, neighbors have become nervous about what’s been a years-long battle with noise on the streets they call home. more
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