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  • Manhattanville Welcomes Back Students

    Hurricane Irene might have caused a little rescheduling, but it didn't stop the Manhattanville community coming out to help students move into the residence halls. ...
  • Three New Coaches Join the Valiants Team

    The Athletics Department hired three new coaches this summer to help boost the Valiants chances come regular season. ...
  • Undergraduate Writing Program at Manhattanville Brings in Some of the Best

    Compared to many of the undergraduate creative writing programs in the area, Manhattanville's creative writing concentration is young. Restructured in 2002 by current director Jeff Bens, the program is attracting some of the top writers from various field...
  • Manhattanville Sophomore Works to Help At-Risk Youth Find Their Way

    In his freshman year, Orayne Williams started a non-profit organization to help at-risk youth. ...
  • Manhattanville Senior Attends AAEEBL ePortfolio World Summit

    Manhattanville College senior, Jeanette LeBlanc, along with Professors Jim Frank and Gillian Greenhill Hannum attended the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) ePortfolio World Summit in Boston. ...
  • Valiants Score Four in the Ninth to Defeat #7/13 Eastern Connecticut

    The Valiants came from behind in the ninth to defeat #7/13 Eastern Connecticut State. It was the first win over Eastern Connecticut for the Valiants. Read the full article at GoValiants.com...
  • Westfair Online Features Manhattanville

    Westfair Online discusses Manhattanville's $4.5 million investment into campus improvements. The renovations are broken up into two phases, starting with a $2.75 million investment into improved residence halls. Read full article on Westfair Online...
  • Capozzi Named First Academic All-American in 27 Years

    Junior Michael Capozzi (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic/San Judas Tadeo) of the Manhattanville men's tennis team became the first Valiant in 27 years to be named a Capital One Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America ...
  • Conversation with Father Wil Tyrrell in the Journal News

    Father Wil Tyrrel sat down with the Journal News in March to discuss interfaith programs and college campuses. ...
  • Harrison Patch Covers Manhattanville Takeover Discussion

    On Dec. 8, 1969, 16 African American students barricaded themselves into Brownson Hall in an effort to battle social injustices that they say existed on the campus during that time. A panel discussion, entitled "An Evolution of Social Justice, fielded que...
  • Journal News Covers Brownson Takeover Discussion

    A panel commorates the December 1969 student takeover of Brownson Hall to challenge the lack of diversity on campus. ...
  • Manhattanville Sophomore Starts Non-Profit to Help At-Risk Youth

    Orayne Williams, a current sophomore at Manhattanville college started a non-profit organization, Progressive People Movement, to help at-risk youth. The Daily News talks to this young man about the organization. ...
  • Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Winner at Manhattanville

    Pultizer Prizing-winning author, Jennifer Egan, came to Manhattanville during Summer Writers' Week to discuss her book, A Visit from the Goon Squad and field questions from participants. Read the full New York Times article...
  • Sister Ruth Dowd Begins a New Chapter

    Sister Ruth Dowd retires after seven decades of service at Manhattanville College. Harrison Patch was on hand at the event. Read full article on Patch.com...
  • Men's Basketball Achieves National Ranking

    The Manhattanville Men's Basketball program was ranked 25th in the DIII National Rankings by D3Hoops.com for the first time in program history. Read full article on GoValiants.com...
  • Men's Golf Goes Back-to-Back with Second Straight Freedom Title

    The Manhattanville men's golf team captured its second consecutive Freedom Conference title and the sixth conference championship in program history. With the May 1st, victory, Manhattanville advanced to its second consecutive NCAA Division III Champions...
  • President Smith Visits Trinidad & Tobago

    President Mollly Easo Smith visited Trinidad & Tobago in March and met with Acting Prime Minister; the Minister of Science, Technology, and Tertiary Education; and the Minister of Public Administration. Read full article here...
  • Professor and Students Research Waterway

    A pair of Manhattanville biology students began work to update a study of bacteria levels in one local waterway. Read full article on My Sound and Town...
  • President Smith Featured in New York Times

    The New York Times featured Manhattanville President Molly Easo Smith in March. Smith is one of a growing number of Foreign-born scholars leading U.S. Universities. Read full New York Times article...