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Everyone who knows Emmanuel “Emmy” Andújar has one tragic day in April of 2012 forever etched in their minds. It was the day Andújar, a former Manhattan College basketball star, lost his brother, Jose, to an unthinkable tragedy, leaving him speechless. more
It’s been out with the old and in with the new for the Manhattan College men’s basketball team this season. But there was something familiar in open view on Friday night that had been a common sight at Draddy Gymnasium over the years. more
On what seemed like just another late August day Courtney Warley bid a temporary goodbye to her family and the familiarity of her whole existence. more
While when men were going to fight for the United States overseas in the 1940s, Manhattan College almost shut its doors because it was losing students to the military draft. Yet, last fall the college with roots in Manhattan celebrated its survival. more
Bronx Community College received a $125,000 grant from Trinity Church Wall Street Philanthropies in support of the college’s Future Now program. more
The Manhattan Jaspers like to bother and disrupt their opponents. They have a tendency to get under their skin for reasons only their counterpart could attempt to explain. more
Janelle James of greater Riverdale used the tools of science, education and conservation to become a leader in the conservation community as she earned her masters degree through a special program at Miami (of Ohio) University. more
All that Tom Cosgrove asked for was a fighting chance. The odds of making the big leagues were not in his favor — only about 10 percent of the hundreds of players who sign a pro contract in the same year appear in a Major League Baseball game. But the former Manhattan College standout is making a good bid to make it there, having been added to the 40-man roster of the San Diego Padres on Nov. 15. more
Alice Teirstein, choreographer, dance educator and founder of the acclaimed Young Dancemakers Company — a free, intensive summer choreography program for New York City public high school students — passed away on Nov. 25, 2022 at her Upper West Side home. She was 93. more
Manhattan College is marching south. Workers last week were cutting trees to make way for a new student park planned on West 240th Street between Irwin and Tibbett avenues, a school spokesperson confirmed. more
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