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Angelica Dardon

Academic Area: Childhood Education/Spanish
Hometown: Long Island, New York

Anastasia Romanowski

Academic Area: Education
Hometown: Bronx, NY

Ashira Mayers

Academic Area: Sociology
Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.

Nicole Meyers

Academic Area: Sport Studies
Hometown: Bedford Hills, N.Y.

Brian Alberts

Hometown: Bronx, NY

Jonathan Bennett

Academic Area: History/ Political Science
Hometown: Putnam Valley, N.Y

Ryan Finkle

Academic Area: Sports Studies & Business Management
Hometown: Thornton, N.H.

Lazaro Rabanales

Academic Area: Business Management & Communications
Hometown: Mamaroneck, N.Y.

Victoria Vallaro

Academic Area: Childhood Education/ Psychology
Hometown: Harrison, N.Y.

Wilson Frank

Academic Area: Biochemistry
Hometown: Honolulu, HI.

Natalia Grzelakowski

Academic Area: International Management
Hometown: Yonkers, N.Y.

Paul Mutze

Academic Area: Communications
Hometown: Bronx, N.Y.

Charly Ann Casali

Academic Area: Psychology
Hometown: Bronx, N.Y.

Ashley Kummer

Academic Area: Psychology
Hometown: White Plains, N.Y.

Leah Horn

Academic Area: Psychology
Hometown: Oswego, N.Y.

John Calicchia

Academic Area: Music Business
Hometown: Tuckahoe, N.Y.

Kenneth Fulham

Academic Area: Early Childhood Education
Hometown: Yonkers, N.Y.

Grant Napierski

Academic Area: Marketing
Hometown: Delmar, N.Y.

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Wilson Frank:

I came to Manhattanville for the small class sizes and the opportunities for internships and research within my field. In the last three years, I have made great relationships with my peers, coworkers and professors, which has given me a well-rounded and meaningful educational experience. In my time, I have been able to take on a number of extracurricular responsibilities and jobs on campus, which has allowed me to network, and establish connections on campus.

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Angelica Dardon:

My favorite part of Manhattanville is the community. I have met staff, friends and professors, which have influenced my life. I will carry them and their lessons into my life outside of Manhattanville.

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Grant Napierski:

Manhattanville College has helped me tremendously in creating a smooth transition from high school. So far, my first year has given me many opportunities through the college like being a Clark Scholar for community service, a Castle Honors Scholar, as well as being able to get involved with the radio station on campus. Manhattanville College has been a perfect match for me and I cannot wait to see what the future holds.

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John Calicchia:

I am part of the Castle Scholars Honors program, the NSLS and the Music Industry club. I chose Manhattanville because of the small class sizes and its’ close knit community. As a senior, I can confidently say that the small size has enabled me to build strong relationships with my peers, professors and staff. Those relationships have been vital to my academic success and my ability to land three internships.

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Leah Horn:

I decided to study at Manhattanville College due to the small class sizes, internship opportunities and the overall welcoming atmosphere of the campus. Although I am, only a first year student I have already made connections with my teachers thanks to the small class sizes and have made friends with the numerous social events offered. Overall, Manhattanville has been an amazing experience and I am excited to experience more in the upcoming years.

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Ryan Finkle:

Manhattanville College has helped me grow as a person in the small community. The location of Manhattanville has helped me develop my professional and personal skills. The time and experiences I have gained will affect the rest of professional and personal life.