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Looking Back: The First Year Experience

Looking Back: The First Year Experience

Elliott Case, Digital Managing Editor May 10, 2022

The months leading up to your first day of college are filled with questions, hopes, concerns, and eagerness to get started on the new chapter about to unfold. The count down to move in day, the slew of...

Issues Over Marymount Tax Forms

Issues Over Marymount Tax Forms

Francesca Crumpton, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

As spring begins to bloom and crunch time comes for students who are finishing off the spring semester we can say goodbye to the winter season. Another season that is finally over is tax season, and this...

Hello Spring: New York City Welcomes the New Season

Hello Spring: New York City Welcomes the New Season

Elliott Case, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

As the buds on the trees begin to bloom, the city rejoices in a celebration of new beginnings. There is something in the crisp spring air that lightens a load off of everyone's shoulders, the blanket of...

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3 tips to get through the midterm burnout

Elliott Case, Guest Writer March 31, 2022

The season is upon us. While we welcome the changing weather of Spring, we also have a lovely meeting with the season of midterms. As students at Marymount Manhattan College, our respective majors and...

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Alan Mckenzie is Leading BLSA by Love at MMC

Averee Nelson, Digital Managing Editor March 18, 2022

From a young age, Alan Mckenzie was taught by the example of his grandma, who encouraged him to “lead by love.” Growing up under her roof, he recalls how his love of people and interest in film all...

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New Semester, Same Pandemic: MMC Handles Covid-19

Elliott Case, Guest Writer February 19, 2022

As the Spring semester is going on full steam ahead, so is the Covid-19 pandemic that has devastated New York City. At the end of the Fall semester, the new concerning factor was the Omicron variant. It...

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Practice Safe Simulated Sex: The Art of Intimacy Direction

Rebecca Koenig, Guest Writer December 3, 2021

In the spring of 2006, Katie Bradley, a graduate student in the movement department at Virginia Commonwealth University, witnessed the senior thesis piece of Tonia Sina who would a decade later become...

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Staycation or Homebound? Where MMC Students Are Celebrating Thanksgiving

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief November 23, 2021

Thanksgiving is this Thursday!! Meaning we have off of classes for a few days, giving students the opportunity to hop on a quick bus, ferry, train or flight home, or to just spend more time here in the...

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MMC Students Share Their Favorite Thanksgiving Dishes

Najla Alexander, Staff Writer November 23, 2021

Turkey day is around the corner and you know what the means, food, food, and oh yeah more food. Not forgetting to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, while being surrounded by loved ones remembering...

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Stay Safe When Going Out

Najla Alexander, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

College is the time to discover who you are, make mistakes, and enjoy this path you are carving for yourself. It is also a time where you want to have fun and party because who wouldn’t want to party,...

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What Are Your Plans for Halloween this Year?

Najla Alexander, Staff Writer October 18, 2021

It is officially the Fall season and you know what that means? Pumpkin spice everything, cooler temperatures, autumn decorations at every store, for those early Halloween lovers spooky decorations get...

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All You Need to Know About Clubs at MMC

Averee Nelson, Digital Managing Editor September 13, 2021

As the first few weeks of the new semester approach, club recruitment is at an all-time high at Marymount Manhattan College. Joining clubs is one of the best ways to find your group of people but sometimes...

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