On February 1st, 1960, Joseph McNeil and his three college classmates went to the counter at Woolworth’s in Greensboro, North Carolina and asked to be served lunch.
When Ashlee Yearwood began her freshman semester at Molloy College, she never thought she would be participating in meetings for the United Nations.
On Tuesday, March 1st, Molloy College held its annual St. Baldrick's day event to raise awareness for childhood cancer.
The models were dressed to impress in three different categories: sleepwear, career wear and gala attire.
On February 23rd, 2016, the African American and Caribbean Organization (AACO) at Molloy College presented the Black History Month Celebration Showcase in the Madison Theatre.
The yearly event, which was run by Melissa Guida and the Programming Team of Molloy Student Government, gave out a free bear to any Molloy student who wanted one.
On Saturday, February 13th, the Molloy Performing Arts Club held the My Bloody Valentine event in the Hays theatre. General admission was $7, or $5 with a Molloy ID, and the proceeds of the event went to the MPAC's Spring Show.
On Thursday, January 28th, Molloy College held its first Club Fair of the Spring Semester in the Madison Theater and Public Square Lobby.
On Thursday, January 21st, Molloy College kicked off the Spring Semester with its annual Karaoke Night!
On Tuesday, February 2nd, student and faculty had the opportunity to use their creative side for Paint Night in the Public Square Patio!