Manhattanville Reid Castle In the Spring

Keeley McCue’11 Gets a Role on CBS

Keeley McCue PhotoSince graduating from Manhattanville College, Keeley McCue '11 has been actively pursuing a career as a singer-songwriter, actor, and photographer, and has garnered considerable success in a short time. She recently appeared in the popular CBS drama Blue Bloods, where she had her first television speaking role.

How To Save On College Costs

Dan Gerger PhotoAccording to the 2010 census,  more than 40 million adults in the United States, between the ages of 25-64, have some college credit but no bachelor’s degree. New Jersey and New York account for 4 million or 10 percent of this total. Over the past 15 years, I’ve asked almost every adult student sitting across my desk what kept them from returning to college?

Aarushi Bhandari, ’13 to Present Thesis at The Society for the Study of Social Problems
Aarushi at International Bazaar

Aarushi Bhandari, a senior English and Sociology major, is to present her Senior Thesis, "The Impact of Neoliberalism on the Food Security of Developing Countries: A Case Study of Nepal", at The Society for the Study of Social Problem (SSSP) meeting in New York City in August.

Manhattanville to Host First International Film Festival

Manhattanville College's International Studies Department is proud to announce the first International Film Festival themed "Confronting the Past." There will be eight films in the festival that portray multiple cultures ranging from Argentina to Japan.

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