Students trying to find a worthwhile internship will work career fairs, research companies online and make the most of the connections of their friends and family in the hopes of landing a resume-boosting position for the few months between semesters. For the eight participants in Manhattan College’s Information Technology Services Summer Internship program, finding an opportunity to get real-world work experience and valuable career training … Continue reading MC 2.0: New App, Better Wi-Fi and Other Upgrades with Help of ITS Interns
Manhattan College’s new chief financial officer and vice president for finance, Matthew McManness, said he already feels at home. He has spent the last six years at La Salle University, where he first met Manhattan College President Brennan O’Donnell. “I worked on the board of La Salle University where [McManness] was CFO,” O’Donnell said. “I knew him to be a very accomplished, very experienced CFO.” … Continue reading Matthew McManness Appointed College’s New CFO
Starting this fall, the Arches program will no longer monopolize the residence community scene at Manhattan College. New common interest communities centered on shared themes will allow students to share extracurricular and academic experiences while living together on the same floor. “This will be a pilot year so it is a very exciting year to be a part of a common interest community,” Andrew Weingarten, … Continue reading Unveiling the Common Interest Communities
Over the next few months the first phase of Manhattan College’s master plan will be implemented when several student services offices move into the now-vacant Dante’s Den, a former cafeteria located in Thomas Hall. The master plan, completed in June, also includes ambitious plans to revamp STEM facilities on south campus. Dante’s Den, which used to be buzzing with students grabbing a snack or studying, … Continue reading Trading Spaces: Student Services Move, New STEM Building a Future Possibility
While most Manhattan College students were enjoying time off-campus on vacation, athletes were competing and practicing for the upcoming fall season. Manhattan was represented in Europe as former members of the track and field teams competed internationally. Practices resumed earlier this month and regular season games are starting shortly thereafter. Track & Field Men’s and women’s track and field earned all-academic honors from the U.S. … Continue reading Summer Vacation Brings Fall Seasons
For the Manhattan College volleyball team, the 2013 and 2014 seasons have resulted in consecutive disappointing eliminations in the semifinals of the MAAC tournament. Heading into the 2015 season, Manhattan loses three seniors, including Malia McGuinness—last year’s MAAC Player of the Year—and two key members of the team in Anna Kitlar and Sarah Haselhorst, To some, that would be reason enough to temper expectations for … Continue reading Is 2015 the Year of the Volleyball?
This is a column that takes a look at all of the MAAC men’s soccer teams throughout the course of the season and off-season. As the ‘14 regular season came to a close, Quinnipiac University had to have felt pretty good about itself heading into the postseason as the No. 1 seed in the MAAC conference.(1) Its goal, as is every other teams’, is to win the … Continue reading Final Third on the MAAC Pitch: Monmouth Set Up For Repeat?