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Masiello Terminated Days Before Madness, Two Weeks Before Start of Season

Perez and Masiello embrace after defeating first-seed Iona in the final seconds last season. Gerald Rodriguez/COURTESY By, Caroline McCarthy, Managing Editor/Sports Editor Head basketball coach Stephen Masiello was fired from the Jaspers just 13 days before the start of their season, as announced on Tuesday, Oct. 25.  This would have been Masiello’s 12th season at Manhattan College, but now, days before Manhattan Madness, the school’s … Continue reading Masiello Terminated Days Before Madness, Two Weeks Before Start of Season

Jasper Alum Courtney Warley Shoots for her Goals in Portugal

By Carter Silane, Contributer Courtney Warley, a key player to the Manhattan College women’s basketball team, finished her final season in 2021-2022. Warley ended her career with over 1,000 points and rebounds as well as being ranked as fourth in the history of the Manhattan College women’s basketball program. “As coaches, we dream about players like Courtney Warley,” said Alexandra Bassetti, former assistant coach and … Continue reading Jasper Alum Courtney Warley Shoots for her Goals in Portugal

TurnStyle’s World Turned Upside Down

By Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer On the fifth floor of Thomas Hall there is a tiny room, filled to the brim with clothing, exploding with different patterns displayed across the walls. This is TurnStyle. TurnStyle is the non-profit campus thrift store, here at Manhattan College, which allows students to give back to the community while indulging in a bit of retail therapy. This year they … Continue reading TurnStyle’s World Turned Upside Down

Former Baseball Star and Coach Chris Cody Speaks About His Time Since Leaving the Mound

By Grace Cardinal, Staff Writer  Chris Cody ‘07, the 2017 Manhattan College athletics hall of fame inductee, is revisiting his roots in baseball 15 years after his graduation from the program.Cody started his journey with baseball at a young age. Former head coach Steve Trimper worked with him as an eighth-grader, recognizing his polished talents.  “I knew Chris when he was in eighth grade, actually. … Continue reading Former Baseball Star and Coach Chris Cody Speaks About His Time Since Leaving the Mound

Van Cortlandt Park: The “Mecca” of the Running Worldby Jilleen Barrett

By Jilleen Barrett, Features Editor/Managing Editor Van Cortlandt Park is a “natural showcase featuring the last vestiges of New York City’s native woodlands and wetlands,” according to the Van Cortlandt Park Alliance. It’s already surprising to most that this exists in The Bronx, but even more shocking that its landscape has sparked the beginning of many running careers.  This is true for George Febles, who … Continue reading Van Cortlandt Park: The “Mecca” of the Running Worldby Jilleen Barrett

Letter from The Editor

Dear Readers,  What a year it has been! This is officially the last publication of The Quadrangle with me as your editor-in-chief. It has been an absolute honor and pleasure to serve as editor-in-chief for this paper. I love this publication, the people who make it happen each week and the community whom we cover so very much.  I love journalism and hope it continues … Continue reading Letter from The Editor

Mike Lawler ‘09 Heads to Congress

Mike Lawler ‘09 won his election to represent NY-17 in Congress.  lawlerforcongress.com/ COURTESY By Megan LaCreta, Arts & Entertainment Editor Manhattan College alumni Mike Lawler ‘09 will represent New York in the House of Representatives. Lawler attended Manhattan College and majored in accounting and finance, graduating in 2009. He was elected to the New York State Assembly in 2020, representing parts of Rockland County, before … Continue reading Mike Lawler ‘09 Heads to Congress

3+3 Law School Program to be Offered in Partnership with St. John’s

The 3+3 Program allows students to earn both their BA from MC and their JD from SJU. ST. JOHNS UNIVERSITY/ COURTESY By Kelly Kennedy, Social Media Editor The political science program at Manhattan College has recently partnered with St John’s University School of Law to offer an accelerated law program.  This accelerated program is currently only open to first year political science students and has … Continue reading 3+3 Law School Program to be Offered in Partnership with St. John’s

The Unknown Political History of MC Alumni

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Manhattan College has a rich network of alumni involved in governments and public policy from mayors to representatives, even an alum who served as Prime Minister of South Korea. These politicians stand out today among the graduates of MC, paving way for the next wave.  Chang Myon was born in 1899 in Seoul, South Korea and graduated from Manhattan College … Continue reading The Unknown Political History of MC Alumni