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The Judith Mara Carson Arts Center at MMC

Seamus Fallon, Head Copy Editor March 11, 2021

On February 17, Marymount Manhattan College announced that The Carson Family Charitable Trust gave a historic $25 million donation for a brand new visual arts center to be located on the top floors of...

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The Opening Week of MMC’s Suffrage Academy

Averee Nelson, Digital Managing Editor February 15, 2021

Over the past week, Marymount Manhattan College’s Sojourner Truth Suffrage Academy presented a grand opening, hosting different speakers to talk on the theme of suffrage. The debut of the Sojourner Truth...

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2021 Inauguration of the 46th President

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief January 20, 2021

Today, January 20, 2021, Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. and Former California Senator Kamala Harris were sworn in as the 46th President and the 49th Vice President of the United States. History...

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Najla Alexander, Guest Writer November 25, 2020

The month of November is all about paying tribute to the rich ancestry, culture, and traditions of Native Americans. Remembering them for their sacrifices their people made to be accepted and have this...

Positive Cases of Covid-19 at Marymount Manhattan College

UPDATE: The State of the 55th Street Dorms

Seamus Fallon and Meg Masseron November 14, 2020

An email sent out by Residence Life at 9:29 pm EST on Thursday, November 19 informed 55th Street Dormitory residents that there’s a new COVID-19 case.  The student is a resident of the 21st floor; early...

A Brief History of

A Brief History of “Karen” and Its Impacts

Rayiah Ross, Staff Writer November 13, 2020

We’ve reached a day and age where the name “Karen” can spark an image into your mind. “Karen” is no longer just a name, but rather a moniker for any white woman who's thought to be acting in...

Updated: Two Students Test Positive for COVID-19 at 55th Street Dorms

Updated: Two Students Test Positive for COVID-19 at 55th Street Dorms

Seamus Fallon and Meg Masseron November 13, 2020

Thursday evening at 9:50 eastern time students received an email from Public Information Officer Graham Ciraulo stating a second positive case revealed itself at Marymount’s 55th Street dormitory. ...

As Told By a Gen Z: 2020 General Election Voter Guides

As Told By a Gen Z: 2020 General Election Voter Guides

Imani Rivera, Rayiah Ross, Averee Nelson, and Shelby Hall October 31, 2020

On November 3rd, Election Day will finally be upon us. The nation will be faced with the decision to vote for the next president, either between President Donald J. Trump (r.) or Former Vice President...

President Trump tested positive for COVID-19. What's next for Pre-Election News?

President Trump tested positive for COVID-19. What’s next for Pre-Election News?

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief October 5, 2020

President Trump tested positive for COVID-19, 2 days following the presidential debate between him and Joe Biden. And on Friday, he was transported to Walter Reed Medical Center to receive medical treatment....

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Will there be an Official Ban of TikTok?

Liza Bautista, Guest Writer September 25, 2020

After months of discussions and a signed executive order, President Donald Trump moved forward in action to ban the social media apps, TikTok and WeChat. Both apps will be removed from American app stores...

Suicidal Prevention Month

Suicidal Prevention Month

Averee Nelson, Print Manager September 21, 2020

September is National Suicide Prevention Month, which means that more people are spreading awareness and information about suicide to let others know that they are not alone and suicide is not the only...

The Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Lives On

The Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Lives On

Averee Nelson, Print Manager September 19, 2020

United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg passed away on  Friday, September 18th, 2020. The “Notorious RBG” has spent her entire life educating herself and fighting for the rights of...

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