Tour Guides

Paul Mutze

Year: Sophomore
Major: Communications
Minor: Environmental Studies
Hometown: Bronx, New York City
Fun Fact: I love a good bacon, egg and cheese with an Arizona.
What I like about Manhattanville?
I chose Manhattanville because of its diverse student body and various majors to choose from.

Wilson Frank

Year: Junior
Major: Biochemistry
Minor: Criminal Law
Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii
Clubs/Activities: Co­President of Tribeta, Vice President of ACS, inducted member of NSLS
Fun Fact: Avid comic book, movie and video game enthusiast
What I like about Manhattanville?
The small classroom sizes and affordable education. The personalized approach and range of scientific classes have kept me busy.

Natalia Grzelakowski

Year: Sophomore
Major: International Business
Hometown: Yonkers, New York
Fun Fact: Over the summer, I visited three countries in Europe (Italy, Czech Republic, and Poland).
What I like about Manhattanville?
The many amazing opportunities to pursue my major but also the strong community vibe that you feel the moment you get here.

John Calicchia

Year: Junior
Major: Music Business
Minor: Accounting and Finance
Hometown: Yonkers, New York
Clubs/Activities: Music Industry’s Club, National Society of Leadership and Success, Castle Scholars Honors
Fun Fact: I have a twin brother.
What I like about Manhattanville?
The small classroom sizes are the best because I love being able to build a relationship with my professors.

Victoria Vallaro

Year: Junior
Major: Education and Psychology 
Hometown: Harrison, New York
Clubs/Activities: Her Campus, Sister Mary T. Clark Community Service, National Society of Leadership and Success
Fun Fact: I am a student coordinator for the Midnight Run community service program
What I like about Manhattanville?
The small classroom sizes are beneficial to my learning and the campus location brings me great opportunities around the area.

Mary-­Kate Pauta

Year: Freshman
Major: Sports Studies
Hometown: Peekskill, New York
Clubs/Activities: Mary T. Clark Community Service Scholar
Fun Fact: I am the oldest of seven siblings
What I like about Manhattanville?
The school’s diversity and its small student-to-teacher ratio and more importantly because of the vibe I felt when I first stepped foot on campus. It felt like I belonged here and it felt like I was able to fit in.

Nicole Meyers

Year: Sophomore
Major: Business Management, Sport Studies
Hometown: Bedford Hills, New York
What I like about Manhattanville?
I came to Manhattanville because of the beautiful location and how it feels like a second home to me.

Kenneth Fulham

Year: Freshman
Major: Education
Minor: History
Hometown: Yonkers, New York
Fun Fact: I have taken part in numerous community service opportunities for the last seven years. Each year, I completed 200 community service hours.
What I like about Manhattanville?
I like that it is close to home. In addition to the location, I like how involved the students are in the Manhattanville community.

Angelica Dardon

Year: Junior
Major: Education
Hometown: Long Island, New York
Clubs/Activities: Orientation leader, Her Campus, Mary T. Clark Scholar, Teenage Enrichment Coordinator, Coachman tutor
Fun Fact: I’m named after both my mother and grandmother
What I like about Manhattanville?
I love the environment where you can easily get involved and get the individual attention needed for a well­ rounded education.

Roshon A. Burton

Hometown: Yonkers, New York
Majors: Musical Theatre and Political Science
Clubs: Latin Fusion, BAM
Favorite aspect about Manhattanville: I like the tight-knit, close community.

Brian Alberts

Hometown: Bronx, New York City
Sports: Baseball team
Why I came to Manhattanville: The numerous connections around the tri-state area, along with the opportunity to build connections at a small school where everyone knows each other.

Claudia Cazorla

Hometown: Madrid, Spain
Majors: Double in Math and Philosophy
Club: Philosophy Club
Favorite aspect of Manhattanville: I like that it is the best of both worlds – it is a small school near New York City.

Suzanna Butterfield

Hometown: Raymond, Maine
Majors: Double in Communications and Music
Clubs: Vice President of the X & Y Chromotones, Quintessentials, Latin Fusion
Favorite aspect of Manhattanville: Small classes, because it really makes the learning experience more personal.

Amina Sabree

Hometown: Camden, New Jersey
Clubs: President of BSU, member of SOCA.
Fun Fact: I enjoy dancing in my free time.
Why I came to Manhattanville: I came to Manhattanville for the small college community. I am very excited about my classes and have a close connection with my professors.

Eleanor Harrison

Year: Junior
Major: Sociology
Hometown: Maine
Clubs/Activities: Vice President of P.R.I.D.E, women’s rugby
Fun Fact: I work off campus at Trader Joe’s Hartsdale, come say hi!
What I like about Manhattanville?
I came from Maine to Manhattanville because of how personalized a campus this size can be. The proximity to New York City and the generous scholarship were just a few other deciding factor.

Anastasia Romanowski

Year: Junior
Major: Education and English
Hometown: Bronx, NY
Clubs/Activities: Her Campus, National Society of Leadership and Success
Fun Fact: My middle name, Rose, is because of mom’s favorite movie Titanic
What I like about Manhattanville?
The reason I love Manhattanville is because from the moment I stepped foot on campus, I felt at home. Manhattanville has a great community that helps make the college experience even better. I enjoy the classes that I am taking and how I get to know my professors and peers so well. At Manhattanville, I know I can try my best and have a great support system to help me reach my goals.