Manhattanville Reid Castle In the Spring

Duchesne Center Puts on Second Improvisational Play For CAST Kids

Love and HateContinuing a tradition that started in the spring, Manhattanville College's Duchesne Center for Religion and Social Justice is putting on an improvisational play to raise funds for CAST Kids trip to see a Broadway play.

Manhattanville Viewers Choose Obama as Winner of Second Debate

Presidential Debate viewing partyPhoto courtesy of the Harrison Daily Voice/Patrick StapletonOver 125 students gathered in the Berman Students' Center to watch the second presidential debate.

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United Hospital Fund Honors Trustee Elizabeth McCormack

Elizabeth McCormack Elizabeth McCormack has spent much of her life asking the hard questions. She has rallied and worked for many philanthropic efforts. In 2008, at the age of 86, McCormack formed the Partnership for Palliative Care and developed a board of medical, philanthropic, business, and community leaders who share her passion for palliative care and fearless embrace of needed change.

The 30th Annual Arthur M. Berger Lecture Focuses on Roman Monuments and Political Significance

Barbara Kellum is giving this year's Berger LectureThe 30th Annual Arthur M. Berger Lecture will feature Barbara Kellum, Professor of Art History at Smith College. She will examine the monuments of the city of Rome and their political significance in her lecture, "All in the Family: the Loquacious Objects of Augustan Rome."

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