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THE WRITING'S ON THE WALLS: A sneak peek through a door window gives a glimpse of a moment in the life of Leo Hall. Kathryn Weld, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics and computer science, talks and walks with students after her Calculus for the Life Sciences class. Created by a 14-year-old Indian student, a depiction of Mother Teresa of Calcutta adorns one of the walls in Cornerstone. The Rev. George Hill, college chaplain, received it as a gift from the Rev. Raju Anthony, who worked at St. Gabriel's in Riverdale. With its more intimate and welcoming space, Cornerstone is sometimes used as a classroom.

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Manhattan Magazine Spring 2011  
Manhattan Magazine Spring 2011  

SPRING A Day in the Life of the College 56 OBITS 22 A DAY IN THE LIFE MANHATTAN COLLEGE EDITORIAL Lydia Gray, Director of College Relations...