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  • Darla Barolini Lawrence Receives Gilman International Scholarship

    Darla Barolini-Lawrence, a freshman at Manhattanville College, has been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad.  Barolini-Lawrence will be using her scholarship to take part in a non-traditional program of st...
  • Men's Golf Goes Back-to-Back with Second Straight Freedom Title

    The Men's Golf team had a very success spring season, taking home their second straight Freedom Conference Championship. Read the full story at GoValiants.com...
  • Math Students Excel

    This year, Manhattanville College was represented by three undergraduate students at the 71st Annual William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition. The Putnam Competition is supported by the Mathematical Association of America and tests practical ability...
  • The Manhattanville Community Extends Condolences

    Manhattanville College students, faculty,staff, and alumni extend our sincere condolences to families,  friends, and colleagues in Japan. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan, a country which is home to many members of our community and...
  • Adjuncts Unionize at Manhattanville

    Adjunct faculty members at Manhattanville College voted last week -- 221 to 50 -- to unionize.The adjuncts will be affiliated with the New York State United Teachers and the American Federation of Teachers.  To read more about this, click here....
  • Women's Hockey Wins ECAC East

    #10 Manhattanville Upends #3 Norwich, 4-2, to win ECAC East Tournament Title. ...
  • Duchesne Alliance

    On Friday, February 18, a historic meeting took place among representatives of Manhattanville College, Maryville University (St. Louis, MO) and Roehampton University (London, UK).  ...
  • Kathy Fitzgerald Appointed Vice President for Enrollment Management

    Kathy Fitzerald was appointed Vice President for Enrollment Management effective April 15, 2011. ...
  • Dr. Anthony R. Davidson Appointed Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies

    Dr. Anthony R. Davidson was appointed Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) this summer. ...
  • President Molly Easo Smith to be inducted into Hall of Fame

    The Westchester County Business Council has announced President Molly Easo Smith as a 2011 inductee to its Business Hall of Fame under the category “Women in Business.” ...
  • Governor Cuomo Delivers Budget Message At Manhattanville College

    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo presented his proposed 2011-2012 Executive Budget on February 3 to hundreds of New Yorkers at Manhattanville College including the College’s students, faculty, staff, and alumni. ...
  • Jessica Caldwell '08 Produces at this year's Sundance Film Festival

    A short film, AWOL, by Jessica Caldwell '08 was only one of 81 films selected for showing at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival in Utah. ...
  • Duchesne Center Volunteers Help the People of New Orleans

    From December 18th to the 24th, the Duchesne Center’s Community Service Coordinator, Craig Donnelly, and co-chaperone Tenisha Swift, led five Manhattanville students on a service learning trip to New Orleans. ...
  • Manhattanville is Making Connections

    Manhattanville College is proud to have been named to a select group of colleges and universities participating in “Connect to Learning: ePortfolio, Engagement, and Student Success”, a national program funded by the US Department of Education’s Fund...
  • "Bill Warrington's Last Chance to Hit Big Screen"

    -Recent Headline in Variety Magazine Literary lightening has struck twice for Master of Arts in Writing alumnus, James King '08. First, his recently published novel Bill Warrington's Last Chance (Viking Penguin) won the prestigious Amazon Breakthrough No...
  • Men's Basketball Victorious at Madison Square Garden

    Manhattanville remains unbeated at Madison Square Garden defeating Purchase 66-54, in the first game at the venue in more than 15 years. ...
  • Manhattanville Library Receives NEH Grant

    The Manhattanville College Library has been named a recipient of the 2010 National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) Preservation Assistance Grant.  The award will fund a Preservation Survey of the Library 's Special Collections - particulalry its human...
  • Human Rights Awareness Day

    On Saturday, November 20, Manhattanville College held its fourth Annual Human Rights Awareness Day. The event began with Manhattanville College President Molly Easo Smith welcoming all participants and attendees, followed by a presentation of students' Hu...
  • Inkwell Story Receives Pushcart Prize Special Mention

    Inkwell, the literary journal of Manhattanville's Master of Arts in Writing program, is pleased to announce that  "Much Peace," by Clare Beams, which was published in the Spring 2009 Inkwell, was awarded a Pushcart Prize Special Mention in the Pushcart P...
  • Manhattanville Meets the Ambassadors from Kazakhstan & Pakistan

    As part of the continuing Ambassador Lecture Series at Manhattanville College, Ambassador Byrganym Aitimova, of the Permanent Mission of Kazakhstan, visited the College on Tuesday, November 16th, and spoke in the East Library of Manhattanville's Reid Cas...