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Weekly Feed: 11/15-21

Weekly Feed: 11/15-21

Neil Gunnion

November 14, 2019

Thursday, November 14th’s “Girls Who Code” event has been cancelled. However, students can still join MMC Alum “Clarice Dubois” for a lesson in Drag at 5:00 PM in the Commons today. On Sunday, November 17th, students can give back to the community by volunteering to serve hot meals at S...

Wellness Wednesday: Taking time for yourself

Wellness Wednesday: Taking time for yourself

Gabrielle Fiorella

November 13, 2019

College is stressful, we all know this. Essays, internships, jobs, career searching, and just classes in general. These are only a small fraction of what we students have to go through and there are many other things that students go through that pack on a workload to overwhelm us. The quote “Everyone...

Talent Tuesday: America’s Least Wanted

Talent Tuesday: America’s Least Wanted

Ariana Contreras

November 12, 2019

  Welcome to Talent Tuesday’s here at The Monitor. Every Tuesday from now on the Monitor will be showcasing the sheer genius talent that flows throughout our halls. Whether it be conveyed through drawing, acting, dancing, or producing; the varying outlets in which the student body has creat...

October threats brought to light: A timeline

October threats brought to light: A timeline

Neil Gunnion and Shelby Hall

November 11, 2019

In light of the stalking, threats and campus closures of the last few weeks, students and faculty alike have expressed their concern, ideas for improvement and feelings. Students who were present during the evacuation all have strong feelings surrounding this topic, as do faculty and staff who saw it...

Anonymous meme account may stand as vocal outlet for students

Anonymous meme account may stand as vocal outlet for students

ELENA MALDONADO-DUNN

November 11, 2019

Most Marymount students have seen the username “marymountmemehattan” pop up on their Instagram feeds at some point or another. The account was originally the brainchild of Jaswin “Billie” Sangha, who started the account anonymously with humorous posts based around Shawn Mendes. The memes were co...

Theresa Lang theater faces bed bug issue

Theresa Lang theater faces bed bug issue

seamus fallon

November 11, 2019

Students and faculty all over Marymount were frankly “grossed out” about the fact that on October 24th, the Theresa Lang Theater was abruptly shut down after students and faculty received an email from Lucy Wells, the Capital Project Manager and Administrative Coordinator for MMC, stating that “seven ...

Increased police presence on campus may cause issues with Latinx students

Increased police presence on campus may cause issues with Latinx students

Rayiah Ross

November 11, 2019

With New York being the most populated city in the United States, crime is not foreign to the people who reside within the area. The seventy-seven precincts around the state consist of 36,000 officers and 19,000 civilian employees that have sworn to protect the lives of millions, yet so many people ha...

The Weekly Feed: 11/7 – 11/14

The Weekly Feed: 11/7 - 11/14

Meghan Masseron

November 8, 2019

Feeling overwhelmed post midterms? Marymount is hosting Mindful MMC, a four week meditation course for free where you can learn to reduce stress and better handle life’s challenges with meditation, as well as support from your peers attending. Mindful MMC will take place Thursday October 31, November ...

Students Attend Public Forum Regarding Threats, Security

Students Attend Public Forum Regarding Threats, Security

Madeline Nortz, Staff Writer

November 2, 2019

In response to student security concerns following the school closures on Tuesday, October 1 through Sunday, October 6, Marymount Manhattan College sent an email releasing a Fact Sheet on October 6 providing answers to the questions that many students and faculty had been asking. The email also announced a serie...

MMC Halloween Culture: How We Celebrate the Holiday

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Gwen Attridge, Staff Writer

November 2, 2019

Upon entering college, whether it be in busy New York City or in middle-of-nowhere Pennsylvania, it is a widely known fact that you can count on one specific time of year to be full of classic, crazy college fun: Halloweekend. The suffix of “weekend” is added because one day is just too short to pa...

Marchael Giles Discusses Presidential Position, Security Threat

Marchael Giles Discusses Presidential Position, Security Threat

Madeline Nortz, Staff Writer

November 2, 2019

In the midst of the events that took place last week, the community at Marymount turned to each other. From emailing Kerry Walk, to calling campus security, to speaking directly with student leaders. Marchael Giles, president of the Student Government Association, stepped right up to the task of his rel...

55th St. Restaurant Options Allows Wide Range of Choices

55th St. Restaurant Options Allows Wide Range of Choices

Elena Maldonado-Dunn, Staff Writer

November 2, 2019

The Morning Star Cafe, The Kitchen Sink, The Midnight Express. These restaurants are probably so familiar to Marymount students by now that they could recite the menus. For any 55th Street resident wanting some variety or a new place to go, here are three different restaurants at three different price points...

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