Sanctus Artem to Continue its Post-Lockdown Comeback

By Jilleen Barrett, Features Editor & Managing editor Sanctus Artem, Manhattan College’s art collaborative, is continuing its comeback after it was brought back to campus life during the fall 2020 semester. President and vice president Sabrina Beharry and Craig Chambers are largely responsible for the club’s return. According to Chambers, the club had stopped meeting during the first few months of the pandemic because many … Continue reading Sanctus Artem to Continue its Post-Lockdown Comeback

Sanctus Artem and LWGRC Team Up for Socially Distanced Art Making

by Lauren Raziano, Staff Writer Students stood around a table with art supplies and posters on the mini quad on Tuesday, Oct. 14 for the creation of art that will be included in an upcoming art installation. Sponsored by the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center, students created artworks about themes such as voter engagement, COVID-19, racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement.  Ireland … Continue reading Sanctus Artem and LWGRC Team Up for Socially Distanced Art Making

Sanctus Artem Holds Art Show in Hayden Hall

by Brian Asare, Photography Editor On Saturday, Nov. 16, the Sanctus Artem family organized an art show which was filled with many different perspectives of what various artists consider as their art form with which they could express themselves in. The first floor of Hayden was transformed into an art gallery showcasing various types of art ranging from paintings, drawings, poems, photographs to using objects and props … Continue reading Sanctus Artem Holds Art Show in Hayden Hall