Today we mourn the loss of Congressman John Lewis, a towering figure in the civil rights movement.
A poem by Barbara Novack, Writer-in-Residence at Molloy College.
What do we remember on this day? The best part of us lost in the moment honored forever. This year, when all has been changed, we hear an echo we add names.
Members of the Molloy Nursing Student Association have been "working tirelessly, nonstop, to see what they can do" for others...
In support of Long Island's efforts to combat the coronavirus, Molloy College will begin housing visiting health care workers currently employed by Mercy Medical Center.
Today is Earth Day., and in the current strange circumstance, it can be day that encourages us to step back from the brink...
"The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light."-Isaiah 9:2 This passage from the Old Testament speaks to us in the present day.
Dr. Sarah Evans, assistant professor of digital humanities and new media at Molloy College, told Polygon. "I think people commonly assume there is a huge gap between 'real life' and gameplay or stuff we do in games but there really isn't."
Dr. John Tanacredi's book, The Redesigned Earth provides insight into the basic aspects of ecology that impact or are affected by engineering practices.