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HITTING THE BOOKS: Vincent Tulino '11 sits by the stacks and does some research for his senior Computer Aided Design course, in which he designed and modeled the landing gear for an aircraft. Just one of the options students have for computing on campus, the South Computer Study Room on the second floor of the O'Malley Library provides a quiet place in which to work. THE ART OF EXPRESSION: The Music Ministry ensemble performs at every Sunday Mass and other solemnities, including the Founder's Day Mass. The group rehearses each Sunday evening before Mass. William Mulligan, coordinator of performing arts, works one-on-one with Patrick Boyle '11 during an early afternoon voice lesson. Mulligan has Boyle use the mirror, so the bass singer can watch his face and mouth expressions, as well as body position, during vocalizations. Boyle is practicing an aria from Mozart's opera The Magic Flute. Emily Peleti '11, who will graduate in December, operates the camera in Advanced Television Production class, in which students perform every task in rotation, including directing, producing, scriptwriting and performing. With each student producing a segment, the course culminates in the production of an hour-long TV program.

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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...