By Angelica Niedermeyer, Staff Writer Bryan Paredes, of the O’Malley School of Business at Manhattan College class of ‘24, died Mon. Feb. 7 at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, surrounded by his loving family. “With prayers for Bryan’s family, and with heartfelt condolences to everyone who knew and loved him. May he rest in peace, and may perpetual light shine upon him,” President Brennan O’Donnell wrote in … Continue reading Bryan Paredes, Sophomore at MC and Friend to Many, Dies at 20
Kyla Guilfoil and Kelly Kennedy, Editor-in-Chief & Social Media Editor Graham Walker, Ph.D, professor of mechanical engineering, avid researcher, supportive advisor for Manhattan College students, and the 2006 Distinguished Lasallian Educator of the Year, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Monday, Jan. 17. He was 66. Walker was born on Dec. 31, 1955 in Ellon, Scotland to Christina Reid and James Adam Walker. After receiving his … Continue reading Graham Walker, Beloved MC Professor, Dies at 66
Everywhere you look people are saying and posting the words “Never Forget.” But, what exactly does that mean? It is important to delve deeper into what the process of remembering entails and its significance today. Sept. 11, 2001 is a day that most Americans recall very vividly. Students remember being sent home from school early and watching the television for hours. Many adults remember calling … Continue reading What Does it Mean to “Never Forget”?