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The Search for a Dean of SoLA

By Maria Thomas, Senior Writer (Interview with DeVaughn Harris conducted by Katie Henegan) Since December, a committee made up of various faculty members and one student representative have been searching for a new dean for the School of Liberal Arts. The committee is chaired by Donald Gibson, Ph.D., dean of the School of Business. Additionally, it has five professors from the school of liberal arts, … Continue reading The Search for a Dean of SoLA

The School of Liberal Arts Announces New Mentorship Program

By Jocelyn Visnov, Web Editor/Asst. Production Editor The School of Liberal Arts has announced the creation of a new peer-to-peer mentorship program. Set to officially begin before the Fall 2022 semester, the goal of this program is for students within the School of Liberal Arts (SOLA) to assist one another throughout their academic journeys.  Interim dean of the SOLA, Cory Blad, has helped assist this … Continue reading The School of Liberal Arts Announces New Mentorship Program

Fine Arts Department Faculty Take Their Talents Outside of Manhattan College

As students all know professors work extremely hard to bring us new and exciting lessons every semester. While teaching classes and conducting certain events on campus, they still find the time to work on other projects that further enrich themselves in the world of the performing arts inside and outside of the college. Dr. Mark Pottinger, an associate professor of music as well as the … Continue reading Fine Arts Department Faculty Take Their Talents Outside of Manhattan College

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

Growing Art History Major Gives Students Edge in Creative Careers

Want a major that will take you on tours of elite artist studios, get you involved with book publishing in your freshman year or maybe set you up to be a dermatologist? Look no further than the art history major at Manhattan College, a small but dedicated (and growing) group of students who say they chose the major for its opportunities, variety and depth. “Although … Continue reading Growing Art History Major Gives Students Edge in Creative Careers