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Pen and Sword Induction

On Friday, April 29, the Pen and Sword Society induction ceremony was held in The Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers.

“Established in 1929, Pen and Sword is a storied honor society which is exclusive to Manhattan College. The purpose of the society is to promote and reward interest and activity in the extracurricular affairs of the college. Membership is limited to seniors on the basis of high scholastic standing and leadership.”

15 Manhattan College students along with one faculty member were inducted to the prestigious society.

Caiafa ’19 Selected as Newman Civic Fellow

Freshman David Caiafa was recently named a Newman Civic Fellow. This award is given to student leaders that exude a drive towards finding problems that face their community.

Caiafa has been awarded this honor due to his recent work with the Renaissance Youth Center in the South Bronx where he is an assistant basketball coach as well as a mentor for children.

“I am honored to receive the award,” said Caifa, “ I look forward to making connections with the other fellows. I am excited to see what the next three years brings.”

Caiafa is one of 218 college students across the nation to be a Newman Civic Fellow.

Spring Final Exams

The spring final examinations begin on Thursday, May 12 and end on Wednesday May 18.

Exam date and time is based off of the first time that a class meets each week, and tests will be held in the same location as the class normally meets.

Holocaust Remembrance Day

The Holocaust will be remembered on the Manhattan College campus this Wednesday, May 4, from 12 a.m. to 2 p.m,

Students are invited to the Kelly Student Commons in rooms 4A and 4B for a special lunch.

Spring Concert

The annual Jazz Band Spring Concert is today at 8 p.m.

Weather permitting, the concert will take place on the Manhattan College quad. In the case of rain, the concert will be held in Smith Auditorium.

Refreshments will be served and students are welcome to come and enjoy this free show in support of the Manhattan College Jazz Band.

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