Also on Campus: October 25

Student Athlete Advisory Committee

The Student Athlete Advisory Committee at Manhattan College earned some national recognition this past September. The crew united to log more than 2,000 hours of community service.

When compared to other NCAA Division I programs, last fall Manhattan College ranked second in logged hours, this time around the college ranks first.

Some of these community service hours included running in the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Memorial Run, which honors a New York City firefighter that lost his life on September 11, 2001. Other hours were spent at the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides for a Cure” 5K walk in Central Park.

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee has multiple community service events coming up in the future and plans to continue giving back to the surrounding community.

Lambda Nu Inductees

Four seniors have recently been inducted in Lambda Nu. The prestigious society honors excellent students for Radiological and Imaging Sciences.

Kaitlyn Von Runnen, student at Manhattan College, provided the following information in regards to the new inductees.

“We would all like to congratulate our four seniors that are being inducted into Lambda Nu – The National Honor Society for the Radiological and Imaging Sciences!”

The newly inducted seniors are Kevin Kim – RTT, Maksim Pikus – NMT, Ramesh Ramcharran – NMT and Kayla Smith – NMT.

“We would also like to congratulate Mr. Kenneth Martinucci – RTX as a Faculty member,” provided Von Runnen.

Registration for Second Semester

The office of registrar sent out an email this past week that provided helpful hints to students who will be registering for courses for the upcoming semester.

The office suggests that students should login to Self-Service well before registration begins at 7 a.m. and that students should review their accounts prior to registration periods to check for academic holds which can occur throughout the semester.

Registration is set to begin on the first of November for seniors and athletes.