NYC Will Sing and Dance Again

by Colleen McNamara, Asst. Sports Editor New York City is known for bright lights, live entertainment, and unforgettable performances. This is all the more reason for the NYC community to look forward to in-person theatre, which might be coming soon. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is hopeful that New York City theatre will begin opening its doors to live performances with restrictions in place. The … Continue reading NYC Will Sing and Dance Again

“Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine,” but She Doesn’t Have To Be: Book Nook

by Sophia Sakellariou, Senior Writer When I picked up Gail Honeyman’s “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine” at my local Barnes and Noble, I was struck by how the description on the back alarmingly mirrored my own COVID induced existence: “Meet Eleanor Oliphant: She struggles with appropriate social skills and … weekends mostly consist of frozen pizza, vodka and phone chats with Mummy.” Yikes. The only … Continue reading “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine,” but She Doesn’t Have To Be: Book Nook

DAsH Dives Deep: Spring Courses Offer Tour of Venice and More

by Shannon Gleba, Staff Writer Manhattan College is constantly looking for ways to create a well-rounded education for all of its students, no matter their area of study. In order to find an effective way to link both the study of humanities, as well as the more technical studies, the Digital Arts and Humanities program was created. Beginning in 2014, professor of religious studies Robert Geraci, Ph.D, … Continue reading DAsH Dives Deep: Spring Courses Offer Tour of Venice and More