The Jaspers took a dip in the standings this weekend after they lost to Quinnipiac 90-86 in overtime on Jan. 26. The Jaspers are now 3-3 in their last six games – which were all conference games – after starting 11-2. They are third in the conference. The Jaspers (7-3 MAAC, 14-5) have now lost twice to Quinnipiac (7-3 MAAC, 12-7) this season, and the … Continue reading Jaspers Hope to Rebound
The Jaspers took a dip in the standings this weekend after they lost to Quinnipiac 90-86 in overtime on Jan. 26. The Jaspers are now 3-3 in their last six games – which were all conference games – after starting 11-2. They are third in the conference. The Jaspers (7-3 MAAC, 14-5) have now lost twice to Quinnipiac (7-3 MAAC, 12-7) this season, and the … Continue reading The Road to the MAAC: The Jaspers Hope to Rebound
A pipe, pictured above, burst in Overlook’s apartment 4K and flooded the floors beneath it late Jan. 25. Resident Phil Ragan said the sink fell off as he and his suitemates tried to stop the flooding, which only made the situation worse. Continue reading Weekend Flood in OV
A pipe on the third floor of the Leo engineering building burst and flooded offices and classrooms on the ground level on Jan. 12. Leo 236, one of the building’s biggest rooms, will be closed to classes and meetings until at least Feb. 3 as contractors continue to repair the affected areas. “Right now, the target is to turn the room back on Feb. 3, … Continue reading Intersession Pipe Burst Sparks Asbestos Removal In Leo
KELLY BURNS ASST. A&E EDITOR/PRODUCTION EDITOR When Manhattan College students hear the words barbeque on the quad, carnival and nighttime concert one thing comes to mind. SpringFest. This year, however, students should expect big changes to this all-day celebration in an effort to curb the unruliness that marked SpringFest of 2013. “It’s definitely going to be different this year,” director of student activities John Bennett … Continue reading Fate of SpringFest?
Who: Managing and News Editor, Michelle DePinho Year: Sophomore Major: Civil Engineering Minors: Sociology, Math Q: Who would you want with you if you were stranded on a deserted island (& why)? A: Jennifer Lawrence. If it’s true that she did (mostly) all of her own stunts for “The Hunger Games” films, then she probably has top-notch survival skills that would certainly come in handy. Plus she’s … Continue reading Quick Q&A with The Quad Staff: Michelle DePinho
BY: PAMELA SEGURA This February, 50 or more students will spend a weekend in Lake George, NY. This group, which includes freshmen, sophomores and juniors, will journey to upstate New York to celebrate the D.R.E.A.M. weekend. The D.R.E.A.M. weekend, which kicks off on Feb. 7, engages five core values and ideals: dedication, responsibility, emerging leadership, association and motivation. The original weekend, however, was not always … Continue reading Students Will Live the D.R.E.A.M. this February in Lake George, NY
New musicals are coming to Broadway. No, not the block right outside Manhattan College’s campus, but the street downtown that is otherwise known as the Great White Way. Along with the continuation of longstanding productions such as “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Chicago” and “The Lion King,” two particularly interesting new musicals are expected to debut in 2014. One is called “Holler if Ya Hear … Continue reading Rappers and Rebels on Broadway