Disney has captivated the hearts of thousands once again. This time, bringing the classic story of “Aladdin” to life onstage at New Amsterdam Theater in New York City. This phenomenal play, directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, and adapted by the writer Chad Beguelin, has been a major hit since its release in Seattle in 2011. For approximately two hours and thirty minutes, the audience feels … Continue reading Aladdin on Broadway: A Review
The Student Government Assembly voted on and approved three new clubs during its meeting on Nov. 4. One of these new clubs is the South Asian Student Association, otherwise known as S.A.S.A., which is led by students Shahed Ahmed, Veena Cherian, Priya Chilana, Saif Kaleem and Maheer Khan. They seek to promote the South Asian culture through various events on campus including Bollywood movie nights, … Continue reading Student Government Approves Three New Clubs
In a society that knows more about celebrities than people who are truly impacting the world, it is not rare to encounter citizens that do not know who Malala Yousafza is. I asked Allison Mangan, a junior accounting major, if she knew about Yousafza. “I have no idea who you’re talking about,” Mangan said. Astonished of her response, I asked the same question to Brenda … Continue reading Who is Malala?
The class of 2018 marks the most competitive recruiting year for Manhattan College ever as it received a record number of applications for admissions to the college, according to data from the Office of Admissions. This class also has the largest percentage of students from outside New York in the college’s history. “Most of the freshman class is from New York state, however, the freshmen class … Continue reading Class of 2018 Is Most Competitive Recruiting Class in College History
Manhattan College students took time out of a busy school week to share their talents and a great time. The first Coffee House was held on Sept. 23 in a relaxed and chill atmosphere on the 4th floor of the new student commons building. Coffee, tea and cookies were offered as students volunteered to perform in front of the audience. In a week filled with … Continue reading First Coffee House Held in Kelly Commons
BY VICTORIA HERNANDEZ STAFF WRITER Wondering about the new international students on campus this year? Here is a sneak peek into their lives, how they feel about being away from home and their perspective towards our school so far. At Manhattan College, students’ homes range from 37 different countries, according to the school website. Debbi Damico, the International Student Advisor, said MC attracts these students … Continue reading The MC Melting Pot