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“Being Filipino-American is a critical reference point for how I take up space a…

“Being Filipino-American is a critical reference point for how I take up space and solidify my place in the world,” says Christian Tanja (@xtian1015, M.A. ’16, International Education Development), who joins us for our celebration of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. “Through early life experiences as a first-generation college student raised by Filipino immigrants to navigating my>>>

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This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month we will be celebrating a cross-section of Union’s AAPI alums. Today we honor, Sri La…

This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month we will be celebrating a cross-section of Union’s AAPI alums. Today we honor, Sri Lankan theologian Lynn de Silva, who earned his Masters in Sacred Theology from Union in the 1950s! A pioneer in Buddhist-Christian dialogue, de Silva’s book titled “Buddhism: Beliefs and Practices in Sri Lanka” was considered unparalleled as an>>>

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#Repost • @displaybydelphine Stop by my solo show at @interchurchcenter Thanks for my friends to visit! Picture @deliaanne_art #milliner…

#Repost • @displaybydelphine Stop by my solo show at @interchurchcenter 🏢 Thanks for my friends to visit! Picture @deliaanne_art #millinery #hatmaker #sketchartist #soloshow #grateful #prolétairechic #artshow #artistlife #gypsylife #interchurchcenter #artgallery From Monday to Friday (9 to 5), Until the 29th of June. Our latest art exhibition STREET SCENE with recent work by Delphine le Goff is>>>

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This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month we will be celebrating a…

This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month we will be celebrating a cross-section of Union’s AAPI alums. Today we honor, Sri Lankan theologian Lynn de Silva, who earned his Masters in Sacred Theology from Union in the 1950s! A pioneer in Buddhist-Christian dialogue, de Silva’s book titled “Buddhism: Beliefs and Practices in Sri Lanka” was considered unparalleled as an>>>

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Starblasters: Rig the Game

Enjoy this music video of “Rig the Game”, the Act 1 finale from MSM Musical Theatre’s STARBLASTERS 🎡
This video was filmed in collaboration with a professional film crew at Sakura Park, across the street from MSM’s campus.
Join us tomorrow, May 15 for the full musical reading of STARBLASTERS at msmnyc.edu/starblasters 🎟
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Photos from Bernie Williams’s post

Five years ago, Bernie Williams became a Manhattan School of Music alumnus 🎓 Today, the former New York Yankees center fielder serves on our Board of Trustees.
We’re looking forward to seeing Bernie at our Virtual Gala next week! For tickets and information, visit: msmnyc.edu/gala2021
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Dogs + ice cream? The perfect formula for a perfect day. On Wednesday, Mount S…

Dogs + ice cream? The perfect formula for a perfect day. 🐶🍦 On Wednesday, Mount Sinai Morningside was delighted to host Moby from @mountsinai_pawsandplay and an ice cream truck! We are super grateful to have opportunities like this come to our hospital—it certainly made our staff happy (just look at those smizes!). Thank you to Moby (and to our wonderful community) for stopping by and celebrating>>>

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Our next Insights: Powered by Barnard conversation will feature Helene D. Gayle ’76, CEO of the Chicago Community Trust. An expert on global…

Our next Insights: Powered by Barnard conversation will feature Helene D. Gayle ’76, CEO of the Chicago Community Trust. An expert on global development, humanitarian, and health issues, Gayle has worked at a wide array of health and social impact organizations including CARE, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. She also launched the McKinsey Social>>>

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Timeline Photos

Calling all prospective college students 📣 Learn about our degree programs, application process, and more during Manhattan School of Music Admissions’ virtual information sessions. REGISTER NOW ➡️ MSMNYC.EDU/EVENTS The Office of Admissions invites you and your family to join us for our virtual session, Get to Know MSM College! These events are designed to give you an>>>

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Yesterday during the Reenergize Town Hall Week for Resilience Together, the Well…

Yesterday during the Reenergize Town Hall Week for Resilience Together, the Wellness Committee hosted a virtual ribbon cutting in the newly named The Oasis! Last month, the Wellness Committee hosted a hospital-wide contest to provide a permanent name for the Wellness Center—one that reflects the unique character and spirit of MSM. Congratulations and thank you to Dr. Brian Radbill, Chief Medical>>>

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ACT is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year! For half a decade, ACT (Advancing the Community of Tomorrow) has provided the young peopl…

ACT is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year! For half a decade, ACT (Advancing the Community of Tomorrow) has provided the young people of Morningside Heights with a safe haven to play, learn, and grow. ACT builds meaningful, long-lasting relationships with members the Cathedral community, evolving constantly to meet the changing needs of our students and their families. Known for its>>>

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Our “So Help Me God: Faith and the Fight for a Progressive Future” series continues this Thursday, May 13th at 5:30 pm ET when we welcome N…

Our “So Help Me God: Faith and the Fight for a Progressive Future” series continues this Thursday, May 13th at 5:30 pm ET when we welcome New York’s newly elected Congressman Ritchie Torres, the first openly gay Afro-Latino to serve in Congress. Please join Rev. Dr. Serene Jones and Rep. Torres for a conversation on why he and progressives are breaking with the White House and pushing the>>>

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What does the science behind sight tell us? In Professor Alex White’s course Visual Neuroscience: From the Eyeball to the Mind’s Eye, studen…

What does the science behind sight tell us? In Professor Alex White’s course Visual Neuroscience: From the Eyeball to the Mind’s Eye, students explore the relationship between our eyes and our brains. “It’s my favorite thing to teach about. I’m constantly surprised by the amazing and complex human visual system,” says White.

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Can we make Mocktail Monday a thing? On Monday, May 10, the Nursing Night Staf…

Can we make Mocktail Monday a thing? 🥳😆 On Monday, May 10, the Nursing Night Staff enjoyed a one-night-only Lounge Night in Luke’s Café! The hard-working (and equally enthusiastic) night crew had the opportunity to enjoy music, the chance to win fabulous prizes, and a crowd-favorite, mocktails mixed by one of NYC’s finest mocktail bartender, @makemesomethingfun! It was a very fun and engaging>>>

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Melissa Friedman, JTS Director of Alumni Affairs, and her husband Akiva challeng…

Melissa Friedman, JTS Director of Alumni Affairs, and her husband Akiva challenge you to support the Sefirat Ha’Omer Challenge where we raise $49,000 in 49 days in support of student scholarships: “We support JTS because of the many ways JTS alumni inspire our family. Our children learn with JTS alumni, and our parents thrive from JTS’s weekly learning programs. Join us today.”>>>

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The Cathedral will never stay silent in the wake of needless violence against the innocent. We would like to share the words of Presiding Bi…

The Cathedral will never stay silent in the wake of needless violence against the innocent. We would like to share the words of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on the violence taking place between Israel and Palestine: “One more time we awake to the news of violence. Reports come in, even as you read this, about violence that has caused death, life-changing injury and destruction of property>>>

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12 Groundbreaking Asian Columbians You Should Know

In honor of #AAPIHeritageMonth, read about 12 groundbreaking Columbians of Asian heritage including Mabel Ping-Hua Lee ’1916, a pioneer of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and Megumi Yamaguchi Shinoda ‘1928, the first Asian American woman to graduate From Columbia Medical School.

12 Groundbreaking Asian Columbians You Should Know

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