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New Spooky Movies/TV Shows to Look Out For

New Spooky Movies/TV Shows to Look Out For

Najla Alexander, Features Editor/Crime Reporter October 9, 2022

It’s officially spooky season and sweater weather, that time when the temperature drops below 60 degrees and we’re all bundling up to stay warm. That also means new horror and Halloween-themed film...

The Best Tattoo Shops For Marymount Students

The Best Tattoo Shops For Marymount Students

Francesca Crumpton, Staff Writer September 21, 2022

With a creative and expressive group of students, Marymount’s student body is collectively getting more tattoos than ever before. With the popularity of small flash tattoo sales and independent artists...

Little Amal walks through NYC

Little Amal walks through NYC

Elliott Case, Digital Mangaging Editor September 19, 2022

When 12 foot tall Little Amal stepped into JFK airport on September fourteenth, she was embarking on the beginning of her journey through New York City. This September, Amal will travel through all five...

The Historical Accuracy of Elvis’ Rise to Fame in New ‘Elvis’ Biopic

The Historical Accuracy of Elvis’ Rise to Fame in New ‘Elvis’ Biopic

Najla Alexander, Features Editor, Crime Reporter August 8, 2022

The new Elvis (2022) biopic hit the theatres on June 24th making over $130 million dollars at box offices over just a few weeks. Played by, heart-throb The Carrie Diaries star, Austin Butler, the film...

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is Lowest Selling in the Harry Potter Series

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is Lowest Selling in the Harry Potter Series

Najla Alexander, Features Editor April 30, 2022

The third installment of the Fantastic Beast series, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, was found to be the lowest selling movie out of the entire Harry Potter series. The third chapter in the...

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Times Square Arts’ Midnight Moment

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief March 17, 2022

From February 1st to the 28th, Times Square Arts presented Continuum, a slow gradient synchronized multi-color scheme changing light show that spanned across 90 billboards within the square. Once the large...

Newscast: THE JUDITH MARA CARSON ARTS CENTER AT MMC

April 26, 2021

The Monitor is proud to announce its collaboration with Mount Studios, "The Marymount Newscast." The first newscast of the series is centered on Seamus Fallon's article, "The Judith Mara Carson Arts Center...

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Exploring a New Terrain

Maria Collins, Guest Writer April 15, 2021

In a matter of days, the concept of an audience shifted from 250 people placed in neat rows of velvet-covered chairs, breathing the same air as performers perched upon the stage, to a limitless number...

Out of Place: A Feminist Look at the Collection

Out of Place: A Feminist Look at the Collection

Averee Nelson, Staff Writer March 16, 2020

Walking into the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, one sees walls of abstract art surrounding a dining table. At this table, there are place settings for 39 historical...

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Ukraine in New York City

Cross Nelson, Staff Writer February 18, 2020

When you think of New York art museums the first ones to come to mind are most likely the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MoMA, or the Guggenheim. These Museum Mile icons are home to some of the world’s...

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Reopening of the MOMA

Cross Nelson, Staff Writer December 7, 2019

On the brink of a new decade in history, the Museum of Modern Art has just reopened its doors to reveal a renovation fit for a modern age. In June of this year, the MoMA closed its doors and began a five-month-long,...

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A New Exhibit at The Met

Neil Gunnion, Staff Writer December 7, 2019

When most people think of a medieval European king, they probably picture something along the lines of Henry VIII of England: a portly man in frilly clothing, who rarely leaves his castle. However, Maximilian...

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