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A BFA In Creative Writing Is Coming To MMC

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2021

In Fall of 2021, Marymount Manhattan College will officially be introducing a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. In 2004, when Dr. Jerry Williams first came to MMC as a tenure-track professor,...

MMC's Theatre Department Introduces Intimacy Education

MMC’s Theatre Department Introduces Intimacy Education

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief May 12, 2021

Since September 2019, The MMC Intimacy Education program has been implemented within the Theatre Department, spearheaded by Professor Emeritus in Theatre Arts and Coordinator for Movement of Actors, Haila...

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MMC Community Takes on Twyla Tharp’s “The One Hundreds”

Abby Boldy, Guest Writer May 11, 2021

To say that Twyla Tharp is a trailblazer in both modern and ballet dance is an understatement. Her contributions to the art form are groundbreaking and everlasting as she has forever altered the notion...

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Shining a Spotlight on MMC’s Post-Baccalaureate Programs

Gabrielle Fiorella, Editor-in-Chief May 10, 2021

Marymount Manhattan College offers two Post-Baccalaureate Programs: Biology and Speech-Language Pathology. Biology feeds into various degrees and Speech-Language Pathology is regarded as more niche. Post-Bac...

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Stand Up Against APIDA Hate

Aubreyne Brizette Tolentino, Guest Writer May 7, 2021

Almost two months ago as we begged for a semblance of normalcy in the times of COVID, we were rudely awakened by the harsh truths of our non-pandemic reality.  On March 16th, six women of Asian descent...

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The Club Sustain MMC Hosts Earth Day Events

Myah Lake, Guest Writer April 29, 2021

Starting in 1970, each April 22nd people worldwide focus and reflect on ways to help protect the earth on the annual Earth Day. At Marymount Manhattan College we have Sustain MMC, a club that promotes...

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A Conversation with Mallorie Greene, Creator of the Black Girl Basics Podcast

Rayiah Ross and Meg Masseron April 26, 2021

 Mallorie Greene’s podcast may be called Black Girl Basics however she is anything but that. In an age revolving around digital media, Greene found that she couldn’t find content tailored directly...

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...

FEATURE FRIDAY: Professor Catherine Cabeen

FEATURE FRIDAY: Professor Catherine Cabeen

Meghan Keeney, Guest Writer May 22, 2020

Highly accomplished dancer Catherine Cabeen found herself celebrating her 30th birthday in her blue Honda Civic, parked in urban Seattle. She packed her clothes and all her belongings into her trunk; she...

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More Than A Dancer

Tylee Hunt, Guest Writer May 5, 2020

For many students, adjusting to a college education online for the remaining semester has been a bit of a shift. Biology majors have resorted to doing labs at home, journalism majors have continued to...

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...

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