Mikayla Lyston is an English major with an Education minor, graduating in 2023. She was a dual-sport athlete (field hockey goalie and softball catcher), but stopped playing sports after sustaining an injury last Fall. She is also super-involved on campus as an orientation leader. She loves the personalized attention she’s experienced at Albertus. “I loveRead More.
On November 12, 2022, six students from Albertus Magnus College delivered presentations at a special Undergraduate Symposium in the Arts and Humanities, hosted at Wesleyan University with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The event was organized by Connecticut College, Trinity College, and Wesleyan University. It had been rescheduled twice due to the pandemic,Read More.
From guest blogger Dr. Matt Waggoner, Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religion, Albertus Magnus College Students in “Housing and the Right to the City” (part of the new Urban Studies program) spent the past several weeks examining adult, youth, and LGBTQ homelessness; the rise and demise of public housing; the Section 8 voucher program; government-supportedRead More.
From Carlos Velazquez ’23, Communications Major and International Student The Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is a Catholic holiday celebrated between the days of November 1st and 2nd. Originating in Pre-Columbian America, different native groups believed that the loss of a loved one should not be mourned. When the Europeans arrivedRead More.
Claudette Ahumada ’18, ’23, graduated from Albertus Magnus College in 2019 with her B.A. in Psychology. Now she is on her way to earning her M.S. in Clinical Counseling from the college in 2023.Read More.
Nayelli Garcia ‘23 is the first Albertus student to take advantage of our Nursing Program Partnership through Fairfield University.Read More.
Zaida Velazco ’17 attended Albertus as an international student from the Dominican Republic, a dedicated tennis player, and a passionate campus leader. Now, Zaida is thriving as a Product Designer and business owner with her husband, who she met at Albertus.Read More.
Since its founding in 1925, Albertus Magnus College has maintained a robust commitment to the teaching and practice of the arts and humanities. This commitment has always been a distinguishing feature of an Albertus education.Read More.
The talents and artistic vision of Jeffrey Gangwisch, Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts at Albertus Magnus College, are currently on display at the Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven, Connecticut.Read More.
Content Warning: this blog post includes a personal story related to suicide.Read More.