Category Archives: JFACEBOOK

JFACEBOOK: Williams, Russ [MC1992] to play at Alumni game


2019 01Jan 31 Williams

Williams, Russ [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Russ is a member of the class of 1992.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Williams, Russ [MC1992]

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JFACEBOOK: Lodato, Ray (MC1984) has solution for Covington Catholic HS


Lodato, Ray (MC1984) posted

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I hope no one takes this the wrong way, and I apologize in advance if this is too Catholic for some people, but

I don’t think the students from Covington Catholic High School should be expelled.

Hear me out. Yes, if they are expelled, the school will be rid of them and say that their behavior is unacceptable by the standards of the school.

But that’s it. They’ll go to another school, and be racists there.

When I was coming up (in Catholic schools (K through college), this kind of behavior, which violates decades of Catholic social teaching and embarrasses the institution they attend, would have been dealt with harshly. The students would have had a punishment that forced them to confront their behavior and all that was wrong with it. Make them do a service project, under adult supervision, with people who don’t look like them. Have a speaker, from a Native nation, an immigrant community, or the local African-American community, come to tell them how racism has impacted their lives and those of their ancestors. Make it so that they have to think about what they did, why it was wrong, and how they can atone for it and provide an example to kids coming up behind them to never engage in this kind of behavior.

My point is, there are ways to confront this that are superior to the school washing its hands of these kids, that makes them practice a little humility rather than the smug hostility they showed to Mr, Phillips. It’s not “give them a chance” so much as “make them confront why what they did is wrong, and cause them to change their behavior permanently.” And include their parents, too.

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[JR:  What no beatings?  Whenever I screwed up, or any of my peers, there was ALWAYS physical abuse.]

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JFACEBOOK: Burke, Ann Marie [MC1977] in Online MBA Report


Manhattan College Alumni
14 hrs ·
Ann Marie Burke ’77 recently spoke to Online MBA Report about Manhattan College’s MBA program and what it offers students.

Read the full interview here:

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JFACEBOOK: Artiles, Tania [MC2003] Married 2002


Artiles, Tania [MC2003]

2019 01Jan 06 Artiles Tania  MC2003

Studied School Guidance Counseling at Manhattan College
Studied Fianance at Manhattan College
Lives in New Rochelle, New York
From Monte Cristi, Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic
Married 2002

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JFACEBOOK: Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988) reports on Brother O’Sullivan’s passing


2018 12Dec 22 Brother Malcolmb

Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988)

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Dear John,

           Just in case you missed this Obituary.

                 May He Rest In Peace.


Malcolm O’Sullivan, FSC (1924-2018)

Brother Malcolm served the College for 21 years in the advancement office and on the faculty.

Brother Malcolm O’Sullivan, FSC, who served at Manhattan College for 21 years, passed away on Monday, December 17 at the age of 94.

In 1973, Brother Malcolm joined the development division at Manhattan College as officer for special projects. He was later named the Vice President of College Relations and Alumni Development (CRAD). In 1983, after serving in CRAD for 10 years, he joined the School of Business faculty until 1994, when he was appointed principal of St. Rose High School in New Jersey.

At Manhattan College, Brother Malcolm supervised the multi-million dollar FOCUS campaign for the construction of Draddy Gymnasium, the expansion and renovation of the Cardinal Hayes Library and the addition of the top floor to the Leo Engineering Building, now Leo Hall.

In addition to those initiatives, Brother Malcolm instituted the De La Salle Medal Dinner, a major fundraising event, and the Jasper Open, which continue to be vital yearly traditions that bring together a wide number of Jasper alumni, students, family and friends.

Brother Malcolm was born in Limerick, Ireland, and grew up in Brooklyn, where he attended Bishop Loughlin High School. He entered the novitiate in Barrytown, NY, and took the habit in 1941 as Brother Bernadine of Jesus.

Following studies at The Catholic University of America, Brother Malcolm earned his B.A. at Manhattan College in 1948, his M.A. at Fordham University in 1954, and an Ed.D., which was preceded by another M.A., from Columbia University, Teachers College, in 1966. His undergraduate and graduate areas of concentration were Latin and Greek.

He began his teaching career in the Bronx, at St. Raymond’s School, teaching grades five, seven and eight. He later moved on to teach at Christian Brothers Academy, Albany; St. Joseph’s Institute, Barrytown; De La Salle Institute, NY; Cardinal Spellman High School, Bronx; La Salle Academy, NY, where he also served as principal. In 1965, he was named director of vocation services for the La Salle Provincialate in New York. In 1969, he was appointed assistant principal of St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute, Buffalo, NY, and a year later was named president of Christian Brothers College in Memphis.

Funeral arrangements will take place on Saturday, December 22 at De La Salle Hall, 810 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738. A viewing will take place from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. Burial will follow at Saint Gabriel’s Cemetery, 549 County Road 520 (Newman Springs Road), Marlboro, NJ 07746.

By MC Staff Thursday, December 20, 2018 3:00 PM

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JFACEBOOK: Begley, Katlin [MC????] engaged


2018 12Dec 22 Begley

Begley, Katlin [MC????]

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JFACEBOOK: Cicuto, Sarah [MC2010] and Fitzpatrick, Brian [MC2011] wed


2018 Dec 15 Cicuto

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Dear John,

I find a Sarah Cicuto in the Class of 2010, and a Brian Fitzpatrick in the Class of 2011. These may be the lucky couple.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Cicuto, Sarah [MC2010]

Fitzpatrick, Brian [MC2011]

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