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Arts & Entertainment / The Book Nook

The Book Nook: October 11, 2016

Title: Where’d You Go, Bernadette? Author: Maria Semple Genre: Fiction A funny adventure from start to finish, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” should be your next read. Told through letters, emails, diary entries and more, the book is the perfect combination of all formats. Author Maria Semple, who has written for shows like “Arrested Development” and … Continue reading


The American Shakespeare Center Returns to Campus with “Romeo and Juliet”

When the American Shakespeare Center returns to Smith Auditorium on Friday, October 14 to perform “Romeo and Juliet,” it will mark their fifth performance at Manhattan College. With this play, they have their work cut out for them from the very beginning. “Shakespeare, never afraid of spoiler alerts, tells us what’s going to happen in … Continue reading


James Patterson Recipients Announced

For the fifth year applications for the James Patterson Scholarship have opened for select junior and senior students. “The James Patterson Scholarship recognizes and rewards the academic achievement and leadership potential of Manhattan College students,” according to Manhattan College’s website. “Especially those who are interested in a career in education. The scholarship is based on … Continue reading


Former Professor Nicole Dennis-Benn Back at Manhattan for MARS Reading

By Natalie Tousignant, Guest Writer Author and former Manhattan College professor Nicole Dennis-Benn returned to campus Oct. 6th as the second author of this semester’s Major Author Reading Series hosted by the English Department. Her novel “Here Comes the Sun” was published this summer and has been widely received with critical acclaim, becoming a New … Continue reading

News / Campus Life

Students Propose Forming an Anti-Bias Club on Campus

by ANTHONY CAPOTE, Editor & TORI JAMES, Staff Writer In an effort to educate and unite students against prejudice and discrimination of all types on and around campus, a group of students have proposed forming an Anti-Bias Club. Samantha Roth, one of the club’s founders, said the idea was bred by a range of contemporary issues in the … Continue reading

Greek Life Unites in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Campus Life / News

Greek Life Unites in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

On Sunday, Oct. 16, students from Manhattan College participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Central Park hosted by the American Cancer Society. This year, in addition to MC’s athletes and other clubs, the college’s sororities and fraternities came together with the hopes of finding a cure. MC’s four Greek life organizations … Continue reading

Letters to the Editor / Opinions & Editorials

Letter from the Editor: October 18, 2016

To Manhattan College Students, The Quadrangle is looking for students who are interested in copy editing the articles that appear in the print edition of the paper as well as those that appear on our live website The Quadrangle prides itself on providing accurate coverage of news and events to the Manhattan College community, … Continue reading


Career Fairs Provide Unique Learning Experience for Students

by ALYSSA VELAZQUEZ, Staff Writer Business attire, resumes and students discussing their elevator pitches can only mean one thing at Manhattan College around this time of the semester: the annual STEM and Business career fair. For students majoring in the STEM and business fields, last Tuesday was a day to seek out opportunities for when their … Continue reading