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Where Are They Now? Manhattan Women’s Tennis

by Angela QUADRINI, Staff Writer In April of 2015, Noah LeFevre, former athletic director at Manhattan College made the abrupt decision of discontinuing the women’s tennis team while adding women’s rowing as a Division 1 intercollegiate sport. The news came as a shock to the tennis team, leaving many players upset. Junior Gabby Leon was the … Continue reading


JustPeace Protests B21 Infraction

The New York City public school system has suspended several students over the years for “defying authority” – a right they have under the disciplinary code B21. B21 is defined as “disobeying the lawful authority or directive of school personnel or school safety agents in a way that substantially disrupts the educational process.” Manhattan’s JustPeace … Continue reading

Pole Vaulter Maddie Arndt Named  NCAA Representative For MAAC
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Pole Vaulter Maddie Arndt Named NCAA Representative For MAAC

With her sophomore year almost completed, Maddie Arndt is about to take over three major leadership roles in addition to the responsibilities of a student-athlete as a pole vaulter on the track and field team. Arndt was named both the president of Manhattan’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference’s SAAC. In … Continue reading

The Lasallian Leadership and Global Understanding Program

The Lasallian Leadership and Global Understanding Program

by BRIGID SHEA, Staff Writer This summer, students from Manhattan College will be traveling to Mexico to participate in the Lasallian Leadership and Global Understanding Program. This program takes students from different Lasallian colleges and universities around the world to learn leadership skills in a global setting. The Lasallian Leadership and Global Understanding program has been … Continue reading


Also on Campus

Relay For Life at MC Over the weekend a group of various student leadership organizations met up to raise money for Relay For Life of Manhattan College. Next year’s Student Body President, Dorian Persaud, was one of the many student leaders in attendance. “We work in conjunction with the American Cancer Society and host events … Continue reading


The Quadrangle Year in Review

By Kieran Rock & Kelly Burns, Editors This year The Quadrangle has reported a wide variety of stories from changes in the athletic department to master plan updates. We had two special issues: The Gender Issue and The Food Issue and have covered breaking news, delivering it to the students and campus community alike. Here we … Continue reading