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Crime Report: Emergency Procedures

Crime Report: Emergency Procedures

Najla Alexander with help from Jason Balsan, Crime Reporter, Features Editor November 29, 2022

In the event of a fire or building-related emergency, MMC wants you to be prepared for what could happen in such an emergency.    We don’t want you to think of those dramatized movies where...

Diploma is the New Black: The Importance of the Bedford Hills College Program

Diploma is the New Black: The Importance of the Bedford Hills College Program

Brady Evans, Staff Writer November 29, 2022

“We want to intellectually engage in order to really think about the world and ourselves and change the world and ourselves.” says Judith Clark, 72, former inmate of Bedford Hills Correctional Facility...

5 Tips to Survive the End of the Semester

5 Tips to Survive the End of the Semester

Najla Alexander, Features Editor, Crime Repoter November 16, 2022

The end of the semester is nearing, and with all of us pushing through that brutal wave of midterms, now it’s time to ride even the even harder wave of finals. Everyone is experiencing some kind of overload,...

Bring Back Body Positivity

Bring Back Body Positivity

Elliott Case, Digital Managing Editor November 14, 2022

From runways to magazines, instagram to tik tok, a trend far too familiar is rearing its ugly head once again, heroin chic. With figures from the timelike Kate Moss profiting off of saying “Nothing tastes...

MMC class trip to The Climate Museum

MMC class trip to The Climate Museum

Elliott Case, Digital Managing Editor October 31, 2022

On Thursday October 27th, Professor Serafin brought her Climate Reporting Journalism class to the Climate Museum Pop Up on Wooster street in lower Manhattan. There, students were able to take action in...

How Shakespeare in the Park helped a young actor beat the odds

How Shakespeare in the Park helped a young actor beat the odds

Malik Legendre, Guest Writer October 27, 2022

Dessaline Hayden was an 18-year-old college freshman when he received the biggest phone call of his life. He was sitting in his crammed dorm room, exhausted from a long day of classes when he got the call...

Sexual Assault Prevention: Staying Safe When Going Out on Halloween

Sexual Assault Prevention: Staying Safe When Going Out on Halloween

Najla Alexander with help from Jason Balsan, Features Editor, Crime Reporter October 27, 2022

It’s the holiday season, with Halloween being the first one to come around, and that means costume party season. A peak of sexual assault cases rises during Halloween on college campuses, and you need...

5 ways to prioritize safety in NYC

5 ways to prioritize safety in NYC

Elliott Case, Digital Managing Editor October 26, 2022

Living in NYC is one of the most exciting and opportunistic journeys any college student could embark on. Endless opportunity, fun, shopping, food, but all that can sometimes come with uncertainty. As...

Study Abroad is back in session!

Study Abroad is back in session!

Brady Evans, Staff Writer October 26, 2022

As the world continues to navigate the pandemic, students are eager to advance their learning across the globe. Though MMC’s campus and New York City itself has an opportunity for almost anything, it...

Any Plans for All Hallows Eve?

Any Plans for All Hallow’s Eve?

Najla Alexander, Features Editor, Crime Reporter October 26, 2022

Spooky season is upon us, and the night of All Hallow’s Eve will cast its infamous shadow over us soon. October 31st, unfortunately, this year falls on a Monday, but that will not let all the girls,...

Dahmer, Bundy, Ramirez: How Many More Do We Need?

Dahmer, Bundy, Ramirez: How Many More Do We Need?

Najla Alexander, Features Editor, Crime Reporter October 19, 2022

You know their names: Jeffrey Dahmer, Theodore ‘Ted’ Bundy, and Richard Ramirez, but what about the names of their victims? Are we not, as a whole, just continuously giving in to the attention and...

Your Vote Matters: The Monitor’s Guide to NYC Voter Registration

Your Vote Matters: The Monitor’s Guide to NYC Voter Registration

Monica Joeseph, Head Copy Editor October 9, 2022

This Year’s Midterm Elections are taking place on Tuesday Nov. 8. If you haven’t already, you can still register to vote in New York City, as long as you have been a resident for at least 30 days....

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