“You have to taste a culture to understand it,” and that's exactly what every Molloy student had the opportunity to do on November 17th in the Hays Theater.
On November 15th, Student Affairs and Campus Ministries held a Hunger Banquet; a night to learn about homelessness and hunger globally and locally by truly experiencing hunger.
The annual Mr. Molloy competition took place on November 10th. Seven male students competed in a variation of categories to win over the audience and the judges, which consisted of representatives from Student Affairs, Public Safety and the student body.
The Music Therapy Club’s Coffee House was the event to be at on, October 25th in Public Square.
Have you ever wondered just how hard it is to do the Cha-Cha Slide in roller skates? Well, some Lions got their answer at Blacklight Roller Skating in the Hays Theater on November 3rd
The music’s bass coursed through your veins as you walked towards the Quealy Gym for the annual Halloween Party on October 28th.
Academic Programming, a sector of Molloy Student Government, held the Major/Minor Fair, which took place on Thursday, October 20th in the lobby of Public Square and also the Madison Theatre.
On Tuesday, October 25th, the Junior Class of Molloy Student Government sponsored a pumpkin patch and petting zoo on the Public Square Lawn.
On Monday, October 24th, the Molloy College Music Department and the Department of Modern Languages presented the Hispanic Heritage Month Concert Celebration in the Madison Theatre.
On Thursday, October 20th, the Lions got their country on at the Hoedown Throwdown here on campus.