Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Assistant professor of communication, Arshia Anwer, Ph.D., was announced as the 2022 winner of The Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching. The ceremony was held last Tuesday and the award was given along with a $1,000 stipend.  Anwer has been at Manhattan College since 2016. As an important member of the communication department, she teaches many different classes amongst the … Continue reading Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

MCTV Rebuilds for the New Academic Year

By Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor The Manhattan College television station, also known as MCTV, is building itself back following challenges during the height of the pandemic.  MCTV is a student-run club on campus that produces original shows for the Manhattan College community to enjoy. As of last year, the members produced a podcast in collaboration with the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center to discuss … Continue reading MCTV Rebuilds for the New Academic Year

Students Start New Lifestyle and Female Empowerment Magazine

A lifestyle and women empowerment magazine started blooming on campus. Olivia Paladino, a sophomore communications major, felt inspired by friends who work at Equal Time Magazine, a women’s lifestyle publication at Syracuse University. “This is the type of journalism I personally want to do. I want to write for fashion and beauty magazines in the future and there’s no medium for that here at Manhattan … Continue reading Students Start New Lifestyle and Female Empowerment Magazine

From Celebrity Gossip to Children’s Books: A Look Back At Internships

When I first entered college, many, many moons ago, I was a young 18-year-old girl with big dreams of working in entertainment. I did not care what form of entertainment it was, whether it was writing about the Oscars or being in the control room of a syndicated ABC talk show. Whatever it was, I knew I wanted to be there. However, things change and … Continue reading From Celebrity Gossip to Children’s Books: A Look Back At Internships

The Internship Series: Finding the Right Internship

Having the guts to go for a high-profile internship is not easy but, Manhattan College senior, Alexis Montagano, went straight for the big leagues and landed an internship with Comedy Central under Viacom, one of the biggest media conglomerates in the United States. As a communication major with a concentration in public relations, Montagano became involved in Manhattan College’s Public Relations Student Society of America … Continue reading The Internship Series: Finding the Right Internship

The Internship Series: Utilizing the School’s Tools

While tirelessly searching for an internship, it is always important to use everything that is right in front of you. This is precisely what Sarah Caruso, a junior communication major, has done. Deginning in her freshman year, Caruso worked in the Manhattan College Office of Marketing and Communications as a student assistant. From there she decided that she wanted to declare a concentration in public … Continue reading The Internship Series: Utilizing the School’s Tools

MC Broadcasting Studio Upgrades to 4K

by RIKKILYNN SHIELDS, Assistant Editor In 2008, Manhattan College opened the doors of its broadcasting studio, as well as the doors to many broadcasting students’ futures. Built by the Systems Group of Hoboken, New Jersey, the studio is spread between two levels in Leo Hall, and is equipped with state-of-the-art video cameras, editing equipment and so much more. The first floor of the studio is a multimedia … Continue reading MC Broadcasting Studio Upgrades to 4K

The Internship Series: Reflecting on Past Internship Experience

  “The Devil Wears Prada” means nothing to Manhattan College senior, Jacquelyn Beaulieu. In May of 2015, Jacquelyn landed an internship with Marie Claire Magazine, one of Hearst’s largest fashion publications in the world. The world of fashion can be cold, crawling with Miranda Priestlys, competitive and somewhat terrifying, however, Beaulieu knows the major keys to success in the fashion industry. From networking to photoshoots, … Continue reading The Internship Series: Reflecting on Past Internship Experience

The Internship Series: Getting Your Foot In The Door

Internships are the biggest resume builder in New York City and are now essential for students to land one in order to get a job. Alexa Wroblewski, a junior at Manhattan College landed her first internship at DeVires Global International Public Relations, which own companies such as Samsung and Pantene. She is a Communication major with a minor in Spanish and a concentration in public … Continue reading The Internship Series: Getting Your Foot In The Door