On Wednesday, October 1, the Investment Club hosted Philip Roth, a retired Chartered Market Technician, as a guest speaker in the Public Square Multipurpose Room
A little less than two years ago, a student came to the office of Teresa Aprigliano, Associate Dean and Director of the Division of Nursing, seeking help as her personal life was being affected by relationship violence.
Molloy College's annual convocation featured author of One Amazing Thing, Chitra Divakaruni, on Oct 2.
With over fifty clubs on campus, Molloy has a place for students to explore almost any interest they can possibly have.
Molloy College will be hosting its semi-annual Blood Drive on Tuesday, Oct 7 and Wednesday, Oct 8 from 9:30am to 6:30 pm in the back of the Public Square. Donors must be at least 110 pounds and in general good health.
Molloy College kicked off the month raising alcohol awareness by providing a drunk driving simulation in Wilbur on the first of October. Students and faculty were offered to sit in an arcade-style video game that simulates what it would be like driving drunk. The exercise is important to let students know how dangerous it is to drive while drinking.
Beautiful weather and successful victories by the Molloy College men's and women's soccer team capped off a special Saturday, as Molloy Athletics honored and recognized our nation's wounded heroes through a partnership with the Wounded Warriors Project.
Tickets for Colin Jost Performance, Sat, October 18 at 9 p.m. can be ordered at Madison Theatre box office 516.323.4444 or in-person. All seats are general admission.
While most students on campus buy their own hair products, Nicole Saviolis, a junior studying Professional Communications with a minor in Marketing, has recently started her own business, Canolie Creations. Canolie Creations are unique handmade accessories used to express individuality and passion.
There are some exciting changes happening to on-campus dining services this year! The new Subway, located on the first floor of the Public Square, recently opened for business and has been a huge hit with students so far. Lines have been wrapping through the Public Square Lobby as students anxiously stand waiting even before the 11am opening time each day.