Let’s Talk About Race: A Faculty-Student Roundtable

by Madalyn Johnson , Web Editor On Wednesday, Feb. 12, the Liberal Arts department organized a roundtable where professors confronted racial-justice issues in the U.S., and afterwards opened the floor to students for discussion on the important topic. Sociology professor Roksana Badruddoja, Ph.D., religious studies professor Courtney Bryant Prince, Ph.D, and English professors, Cristina Pérez-Jiménez, Ph.D., and David Witzling, Ph.D. led the talk. Each professor came prepared … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Race: A Faculty-Student Roundtable

Koru Mindfulness: An Escape from the Busyness of College

by Pete Janny, Managing and Sports Editor Koru Mindfulness arrived at Manhattan College this past fall and is expected to be a fixture on campus for a long time to come. Established several years ago at Duke University, Koru Mindfulness is a methodology designed to train college students about the fundamentals of breathing techniques, meditation, and visualization. Since the creation of the Center for Mindfulness in … Continue reading Koru Mindfulness: An Escape from the Busyness of College

The DIY Dorm Décor Guide: Things Not To Do When Decorating

LUKE HARTMAN STAFF WRITER Here we go again…another year at MC, and whether this is your first year or you are a returning for another semester in the Riverdale trenches we all have one thing in common…dorms (or at least similar tiny living spaces). These little spaces can either be just a room where one exists, or a home where one can be tranquil and … Continue reading The DIY Dorm Décor Guide: Things Not To Do When Decorating