Taking Lessons from MC, Lynn Martin ‘98 Leads the New York Stock Exchange as Second Female President

By, Christine Nappi, Senior Writer Lynn Martin ‘98 recently began her tenure as president of the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 3, 2022 – making her the second female in history to lead the exchange.  As the 68th president of the NYSE, Lynn will oversee the exchange itself and the entire NYSE Group. According to an article from the NYSE, this includes four electronic … Continue reading Taking Lessons from MC, Lynn Martin ‘98 Leads the New York Stock Exchange as Second Female President

Embracing Identity Through Fragrance: Bonita Fierce Candles Ignites Latinx Heritage and Culture in the Home

By Christine Nappi, Senior Writer Strike a match, light a candle and immerse yourself in Latinx culture. As the sweet scent of coconut and eggnog flows from the Coquito candle and wafts through the air, you’re instantly reminded of family holiday traditions. You feel nostalgia, comfort and like you can embrace who you are. But most importantly, you feel at home.  This experience is the … Continue reading Embracing Identity Through Fragrance: Bonita Fierce Candles Ignites Latinx Heritage and Culture in the Home

The Sky’s the Limit for Manhattan College Alum, Working for SUMMIT One Vanderbilt

By, Madalyn Johnson & Lauren Raziano, Web Editor &Social Media Editor SUMMIT One Vanderbilt is the new hyperdynamic day and night art and observation deck over the New York City landscape. The supertall skyscraper located in midtown Manhattan opened Thursday, October 21, and already has first time attendees raving about the experience as a sky-high thrill that will blow you away.  Maddy Berry, who graduated … Continue reading The Sky’s the Limit for Manhattan College Alum, Working for SUMMIT One Vanderbilt

Quad Alum Anthony Capote Is Now Adjunct Faculty at MC

by, Gabriella DePinho, Senior Writer When Cory Blad, the interim dean for the School of Liberal Arts, knew he would be taking over that role, he began the search for someone to work as an adjunct faculty member to take over his class this semester. Anthony “Tony” Capote ’17, a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at the City University of New York Graduate Center and a … Continue reading Quad Alum Anthony Capote Is Now Adjunct Faculty at MC