Suicide is the second most common cause of death among college students, according to the American College Health Association. On September 26th, Molloy College hosted an event to shed light on this tough topic.
On September 20th, Hurricane Maria swept across the U.S. territory with sustained winds of 155 mph, crippling infrastructure and claiming lives.
As students entered the Quealy gym on Friday October 27th, they soon realized that they were at Molloy’s famed Halloween Party.
Molloy's Music Therapy Club held a coffeehouse for students to enjoy some snacks, fresh coffee, and the wonderful performances put on by fellow Molloy students.
The long, arduous journey for the Molloy women’s soccer team came to an end when they fell to Mercy College by the score of 1 to 0 in the ECC playoffs.
On Thursday, October 19th, Lions packed out Quealy gymnasium to show support for the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Team.
All great storytellers, from movie directors to novelists, share a common skill- an eye for interesting narratives.
On Thursday October 12th, Molloy held an event called Color Fest. To say the least, it was a messy, fun, and colorful event! Students were able to run around on the public square lawn while throwing colored powder at one another.
How do you write an obituary for someone who lives on after death? Shakespeare died in the 17th Century, yet he lives on in English classrooms across the globe.
Tuesday, October 3rd could not have been a better day for a Molloy tradition- the annual Convocation.