O’Malley Showcases Hayden Greene’s Exhibit 

by Lauren Raziano, Social Media Editor As the Director of the Multicultural Center and a prize-winning, fine art photographer, Hayden Greene has many talents. Currently, Greene has pieces on display in the O’Malley library from his three collections: “Magritte Reimagined,” “Wanderlust” and “By Any Mean Essential.” Greene’s chosen medium is photography because he says with photos, he is able to capture the world as art … Continue reading O’Malley Showcases Hayden Greene’s Exhibit 

Miguel Luciano: An Artist

by Alexa Schmidt, Senior Writer To wrap up this year’s Peace and Justice Week, the Art History and Digital Media Art department sponsored a lecture from Miguel Luciano, an Artist in Residence in The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Civic Practice Partnership Residency program.  Typically, public art and art institutions have played a critical role in highlighting past and current injustices, as well as our understanding … Continue reading Miguel Luciano: An Artist

MC Players Achieves Success at Annual Award Festival

by Shannon Gleba & Colleen McNamara, Senior Writer & Asst. Sports Editor After a year that brought many challenges to the world of theatre and arts, the Manhattan College Players were nominated for and won many awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. Led by their director James Ryan Caldwell, several MC students attended last week’s virtual festival, auditioned for a number of … Continue reading MC Players Achieves Success at Annual Award Festival

MC Artist Designs Shoes for Fall Lecture Speaker Leslie Odom Jr.

by Lauren Raziano & Jilleen Barrett, Social Media Editor & A&E Editor After meeting Leslie Odom Jr. over Google meet during the fall semester lecture series hosted by Student Engagement, junior Julianna Finnerty had an opportunity she’d always dreamed of: to share her art with someone she and so many others admired.  Finnerty has been creating custom shoes since 2019 and began sharing them on … Continue reading MC Artist Designs Shoes for Fall Lecture Speaker Leslie Odom Jr.

Art Department Adds a Splash of Color With New Digital Media Art Major

by Jocelyn Visnov, Asst. Production Editor Whether it’s through classes or clubs, it’s easy to explore arts and culture here at Manhattan College. This semester, students have yet another opportunity to explore their creative sides with Digital Media Art being offered as a major for the first time. This allows students to combine various facets of art, design and technology in a diverse curriculum adaptable … Continue reading Art Department Adds a Splash of Color With New Digital Media Art Major

Creativity in a Restrictive Reality

by Victor Franco, Staff Writer This semester has been a challenge for student life on campus. Many activities and events were either canceled or turned fully virtual due to COVID-19, thus forcing students to have to create some activities of their own and manage the engagement of their friends. These activities are done while being socially distant in order to create an awareness of a … Continue reading Creativity in a Restrictive Reality

Brother Ralph Bucci: “Closed Vessels, Dolmens, -scapes” Exhibit to Remain in O’Malley Library Until Thanksgiving

by Alexa Schmidt, A&E Editor & Managing Editor You may have noticed the art installation in O’Malley Library and wondered who made the sculptures, or where they came from. Ralph Bucci, F.S.C., who works in the Center for Career Development, is the face behind “Closed Vessels, Dolmens, -scapes,” which arrived on Oct. 5 and will remain on view until Thanksgiving.  Carefully arranged on pedestals or shelves, … Continue reading Brother Ralph Bucci: “Closed Vessels, Dolmens, -scapes” Exhibit to Remain in O’Malley Library Until Thanksgiving

GrARTitude Returns to the LWGRC Bringing Positivity During the Pandemic

by Kyla Guilfoil & Anna Woods, Staff Writer & Asst. News & Features Editor  The Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center at Manhattan College is still diving into this semester with resources, support and activities despite the new virtual medium. GrARTitude made its first appearance this semester on Wednesday, Sept. 23.  GrARTitude was brought to Manhattan College last fall by MC senior and intern for the LWGRC, … Continue reading GrARTitude Returns to the LWGRC Bringing Positivity During the Pandemic

Expanding Art Through MC

by Christine Nappi, Features Editor If you are looking for a relaxing, freeing environment to express artistic skills, then Sanctus Artem is the club for you. Sanctus Artem is a place where students can practice any kind of art, such as fine, visual, performance and literary art. The organization has been on campus for the past four years and is open to all students, regardless of … Continue reading Expanding Art Through MC