JasperNet Sign-On Gets a Facelift

When students returned from break they were introduced to a new look when they signed into their Manhattan College account. What was simply a login screen has been revamped to offer students and staff more information when they sign into the network. The motive behind the most recent change was to offer more help to people signing into the network. “There is more information on … Continue reading JasperNet Sign-On Gets a Facelift

Pen and Sword Society 2014 Inductees

The annual Pen and Sword Society induction ceremony took place on Thursday, April 24. “Established in 1929, Pen and Sword is a storied honor society which is exclusive to Manhattan College. The purpose of the society is to promote and reward interest and activity in the extracurricular affairs of the college. Membership is limited to seniors on the basis of high scholastic standing and leadership.” Continue reading Pen and Sword Society 2014 Inductees

Growing Pains: Engineering School Copes With Expansion

BY: LESLEY JOHN SENIOR WRITER As the School of Engineering faces record enrollment, the school is hiring more faculty and taking other initiatives to accommodate students in the Leo Engineering Building. “The students come first, and we always think how it affects the students,” Dean of the School of Engineering Timothy Ward said. Since 2008, the full time undergraduate population has risen by thirty-five percent. … Continue reading Growing Pains: Engineering School Copes With Expansion

Why Students Should Care About Online Privacy

BY: PAM SEGURA SENIOR WRITER College students should aim to better understand what online privacy means. Tweets, Instagram shots, Facebook albums and blog posts allow us to curate an image that persists long after our college days are through. And privacy is something we cherish in our bodies, our personal relationships, financial standings and even ideals and values. Our desire for privacy is muddled, however, … Continue reading Why Students Should Care About Online Privacy

Dormitory Wi-Fi Upgrades Almost Complete

BY: MONICA HORAN & MAYA ASTABIE SENIOR WRITER & ASSISTANT OP/ED EDITOR The Information Technology Services team has fulfilled the promises they made before spring break to boost Wi-Fi in dormitories. They are in the process of finishing up installing and rearranging multiple access points in East Hill and Horan Hall. “At the end of the day, the single most important thing is that we … Continue reading Dormitory Wi-Fi Upgrades Almost Complete

Samson Usilo Shines at Jordan Brand Classic

BY: CHRIS CIRILLO & DANIEL YNFANTE SPORTS EDITOR & STAFF WRITER Samson Usilo seemed to have a message for Manhattan College at the Jordan Brand Classic Regional game on April 18. Keep Steve Masiello around, and you’ll have more recruits like this. On a night where Usilo shined despite playing against recruits going to the ACC, Atlantic 10, Big East and the Big 12, Manhattan … Continue reading Samson Usilo Shines at Jordan Brand Classic

Quiet Demeanor But Worth His ‘Edge-’

If the Manhattan golf team needs an edge this week at MAAC championships, they know exactly where to look. It’ll yet again look toward one of their sophomore golfers, James Edgeworth, who last year showcased his abilities on the golf course at the tournament. He does his thing on the green without ever considering himself amongst the best players on the team, and couldn’t care … Continue reading Quiet Demeanor But Worth His ‘Edge-’

VP of Human Resources on Masiello Getting Hired Without a Degree: “It was a Mistake”

BY CHRIS CIRILLO & NATALIE E. SULLIVAN SPORTS EDITOR & EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Manhattan College human resource department never did security checks when Steve Masiello was hired in 2001, Barbara Fabe, the vice president for HR, said. When Masiello returned in 2011, the HR department checked his driving and criminal background but failed to verify his degree, Fabe said, a requirement for the position. The HR … Continue reading VP of Human Resources on Masiello Getting Hired Without a Degree: “It was a Mistake”