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.
Molloy College breaks record collecting and giving food
Molloy Student-Athletes Climb Project Adventure
Volleyball has high hopes for upcoming season
As the Fall 2013 semester began students taking communication courses, such as Writing for the Web, Online Content Production, and other New Media related classes were taught in a new computer lab specifically built to give students the tools needed to learn about the constantly changing industry of content production. Professors Tom Kenny and Jamie Cohen are the two faculty members most involved with the new lab. Professors Kenny is the Facilities Manager for both the lab and the TV studio, and Professor Cohen is the Program Director of the New Media program.
The Admissions Office is very excited to announce the addition of a Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts to its list of degree programs offered here at Molloy College. Starting in the fall semester of 2014, incoming freshmen can become a part of this four year program in conjunction with Collaborative Arts Project 21, Inc. (CAP21) in Manhattan.
Molloy Mens beat Queens, advancing to Semi-finals
After speaking with Doug LeClaire, the executive director of Asbury Shorts New York, his mission was clear. His priority is to offer the world's greatest short film concert. This sounds like a difficult task to most, but to Doug, it is his inherent ability.The Madison Theatre at Molloy College is lucky to be hosting Doug's extraordinary event for the third time on March 6th. Asbury Shorts New York is a show unlike any other because it is a non-competitive, fast-paced, fun night out. This is a unique opportunity to experience the world's best short films on a big screen and with the electric energy of an audience. To understand Doug's event a little better, I asked him a few questions: