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Music and Film Industries Hit Hard During Pandemic

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Gabrielle Fiorella, Staff Writer

May 14, 2020

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, various industries and companies have been hit hard, among those in the film and music industries. Movies have had to push back their releases in theaters, such as the live-action remake of Mulan and A Quiet Place Pt II. John Krasinski, director of both A Quiet P...

Virtual Events

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Rayiah Ross, Staff Writer

May 10, 2020

At this point, most students have familiarized themselves with apps such as Zoom, Facetime, Discord, and Slack. Honestly, we are probably using these apps way more than we want to. Even though these apps can seem like a huge annoyance sometimes, they do give us the great ability to stay connected while...

Gap Year/Alternative Semester

Gap Year/Alternative Semester

Rayiah Ross, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

Because of the spread of COVID-19 in recent months, many colleges and universities shut down their campuses and are forcing their students to work in an online format. With the semester coming to a close and the summer slowly approaching, a new question is raised about what faculty and administration...

How to Survive A Quarantine

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Shelby Hall, Staff Writer

March 17, 2020

With all that is going on right now in the world and in your neck of the woods surrounding the coronavirus, a lot of folks are scared and are preparing to self-quarantine (or preparing for an actual quarantine to happen). The shelves at the local stores are all but empty and it’s kind of a gigantic...

Monitor Your Health

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Gabrielle Fiorella, Staff Writer

March 16, 2020

We all know about the current outbreak, known as the Coronavirus, and how it has made its way to the United States. More specifically for us, it’s here in the city. 6 cases have been confirmed here and we all need to take precautions when it comes to keeping ourselves from getting sick. “Don’t p...

How Do We Assess Risk?

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Averee Nelson, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

Every year, millions of people run to their local pharmacy for vaccinations, in fear of falling ill with a miserable fever. This rapidly spreading virus has infected up to 26,000,000 people and has caused up to 25,000 deaths according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This virus is the...

January Recap

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Ariana Contreras, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

Congratulations Griffins! You’ve made it past the first month of not only a new year but a new decade and boy was it quite the start. We are only one month and some days into this new season of life, but with all that’s happened over the past month, it feels as though we’ve gone through a whole ye...

A New Glossier Location

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Rayiah Ross, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

Glossier is coming to Nordstrom, but not in the way you’d think. From December 3rd to February 16th, Glossier pop-up shops will be located in Nordstrom stores in Seattle, New York City, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Washington D.C. and Santa Anita. This is the fifth temporary retail space that Glossier has ...

Kamala Harris Drops Out of the Election

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Neil Gunnion, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

Kamala Harris, the Democratic senator from California has announced that she will be leaving the race for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Harris, one of two black women serving in the United States Senate was considered one of the Democrats’ rising stars going in. Here’s what h...

Update on Esias Johnson

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Meg Masseron, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

As the end of the semester nears, the concerns of Marymount Manhattan students are not only surrounding finals or holiday travels. A common cause of worry regards Esias Johnson, the “person of interest” who began harassing the College the first week of October. The concerning situation had come to a halt ...

Core Council Grant

Core Council Grant

Gabrielle Fiorella, Staff Writer

December 7, 2019

The Core Council Professional Development Grant is a new grant created this year by Core Council. It is designed to help students alleviate financial hurdles and encourage them to further their student leadership skills. The grant funds students to attend a conference or workshop of a professional a...

New History Major

New History Major

Seamus Fallon, Staff Writer

December 7, 2019

On Friday, November 8th, Dr. Laura Brown, Associate Professor of History and Dr. Brad Herling, Chair of the Humanities and Social Sciences Department announced the resurrection of the MMC's History Major, which is available for students to declare now. In said email, the program is “designed to be its...

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