Also on Campus: Nov. 15, 2016

Take Back The Night

Take Back The Night is an annual event on campus that highlights the importance of social justice, sexual health, self care, and a healthy relationship.

An information session about the event will take place on Nov. 16. in preparation for the actual event that will take place next semester.

For information regarding getting involved with the event, contact the department of sociology at Manhattan College..

Manhattan Idol

Manhattan Idol, a lip syncing competition, will take place this Friday, Nov. 18. in Smith Auditorium.

The event is hosted by Sigma Delta Tau and will allow students to compete individually or in groups. The winner will be based on audience vote.

“The event will collect donations to raise money for Jewish Women International and the fight against domestic violence and sexual assault,” Said spokesmen from Sigma Delta Tau.

Games Club YuGiOh Tournament

On Nov. 18, a YuGiOh Tournament will be held in the Raymond W. Kelly Student Commons Room 4A.

The event will last from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and is being hosted by the Manhattan College Game Club.

Prizes will be rewarded as anyone can participate in this popular game.

Dorothy Day Lecture

On Wednesday, Nov. 16 Patrick Jordam, former managing editor of The Catholic Worker, and Kathleen Jordan will give a Dorothy Day Lecture.

The event is to be held in the Kelly Commons room 5C from 4:30-6 p.m. The lecture is hosted by Campus Ministry and Social Action.

Diwali Celebration

This Friday, Nov. 18, the Multicultural Center is hosting a dinner to celebrate the Indian Festival of Lights: Diwali.

The event is being held in Jasper Hall in the first floor lounge. All students are welcome to enjoy a dinner and performances.

American Society Mechanical Engineers Black Box Competition

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) will battle this Wednesday, Nov. 16 in Leo Hall.

The competition is to complete a problem using nothing but a box of assorted basic materials.

The event is being held in the Fishbach Reading Room from 12-2 p.m.