Women’s Soccer Gets First MAAC Win of the Season

For the first time in six years, the Manhattan women’s soccer team earned a victory over Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opponent Marist. It proved to be a strong game offensively for the Jaspers with 17 shots total. Eleven of them were from both senior Aislinn McIlvenny and junior Sam Washuk With this win, Manhattan improves to 6-3-1 and 1-0-1 in the MAAC. Two weeks into … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Gets First MAAC Win of the Season

Meet the New RA’s: Part I

Learn a little bit about the brand-new Resident Assistants from Horan Hall and Lee Hall by scrolling down. Check back next Friday for profiles on the new RA’s in Jasper, Chrysostom and Overlook. Name: Chris Laucella Residence Hall and Floor: Horan Hall, 11th floor Why did you decide to become an RA? For me, it was the opportunity to help build a sense of community on … Continue reading Meet the New RA’s: Part I

Bathroom ID Scanners Implemented in Jasper and Chrysostom

Manhattan College is taking more precautions to protect its students from outside intruders by installing ID scanners in Jasper Hall and Chrysostom Hall. This new security system follows an incident of an unknown person recording a female student while she showered in Jasper Hall last February. The case is now closed with no suspects related with the crime. The precinct was unable to identify any … Continue reading Bathroom ID Scanners Implemented in Jasper and Chrysostom

The Freshman Files: College vs. High School

Last Tuesday, my English class went on a trip to Arthur Avenue to analyze the “Italian-American” cuisine. We borrowed a van courtesy of Manhattan College athletics and my professor drove all eight of us through the Bronx. As we filed into markets, butchers, pasta and pastry shops all I could think was “this would have never happened in high school.” The great competition between high … Continue reading The Freshman Files: College vs. High School

Professor-Student Interactions in a Digital Age

A new app, blog post, tweet or text- whatever it may be; more and more people are falling victim to their overly demanding electronic devices. So much of our day is spent responding to a text message or typing up an email. We often forget our communication with others extends far beyond what lies behind that of a computer screen. Each interaction we make serves … Continue reading Professor-Student Interactions in a Digital Age

Spoon University at MC: A Publication to Feed You

GABRIELA REMACHE GUEST WRITER While casually browsing the Internet one day this past summer, senior communication major Alyssa Rosello stumbled upon a new online movement called Spoon University and realized that if it were to be introduced to the Manhattan College community, the college’s student life would be taken by storm. Spoon University is an official online newspaper guided by the motto, “a food publication for … Continue reading Spoon University at MC: A Publication to Feed You

True Life: I’m In the Middle of a Mid-College Crisis

What happens when you are halfway through college and find that you are unhappy with how everything seems to be turning out? You panic. You begin to question everything you had done up to that point and try to figure out if this is really making you a better person. Are the people you are surround yourself with positive people? Are your classes truly enriching … Continue reading True Life: I’m In the Middle of a Mid-College Crisis