In the News:
Ms. Jorgieliz Casanova ('17 Sociology, Criminal Justice with a Spanish Minor)
Ms. Jorgieliz Casanova was chosen by Yale Young Women's Leadership Launch to represent Albertus Magnus College's Honors Program and New Haven Promise as one of three keynote speakers.
To view Ms. Jorgieliz Casanova's speech, click here
Senior Taylor Chamberlain has her Senior Art Installation, "Mommy Dearest" at Albertus on April 17 from 4:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Taylor writes, "My work is not necessarily a true account of my childhood, rather a reconstruction of a persistent memory. The pieces in this exhibition have been altered and brought together in order to recreate a space embodied with emotional tone. Both structure and sound have been carefully considered in order to transport spectators into the haunting, nostalgic depths of my experience. The purpose of this installation is to spread awareness about substance use disorder and to pay tribute to my mother — the one who truly taught me that art could heal. Both her disease and the dynamics of our relationship are what drew me to the field of art therapy. Dearest Mother, this one's for you."
Location: Margaret L. MacDonough Art Gallery (Hubert Campus Center)
Alyssa Mellone and Jorgieliz Casanova
Ms. Alyssa Mellone and Ms. Jorgieliz Casanova (Class of 2017, Sociology, Criminal Justice with a Minor in Spanish) will be speaking at the Yale Young Women's Leadership Launch on April 1, 2017: https://www.yaleywll.com/
Ms. Alicia Vitagliano (Incoming Honors Program President) will participate in the Yale Splash Volunteer Teaching Day on April 8. Alicia will prepare lessons on George Orwell's 1984, Social Media, and Italian Heritage in New Haven. https://yale.learningu.org/teach/splash.html
Summer in France
Dr. Christine Atkins and Christine Puglisi have been chosen by the College to attend a summer program in France hosted by Dominican University.
Culinary Tour of New Haven! Thursday, April 6, from 5:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Sheridan McNamara ’17: Advocacy at State Capital
On Wednesday, February 15, Sheridan McNamara ’17 traveled to the state capital in Hartford to give testimony before the Appropriations Committee opposing cuts to state financial aid.
Bolden and Falcigno Receive All-Conference Distinction
Basketball court a place of success and sanctuary for Wallingford’s Falcigno
Internship with Rosa DeLauro
Area players fuel Albertus Magnus Scoccer
Study Abroad in Granada, Spain