MC Student Featured on Humans of New York

Any New Yorker, whether they want to admit it or not, wants to be featured on the popular photo blog Humans of New York. The photoblog reaches over 11 million people and features people in the city and showcases things that are unique about them. Certain stories that founder Brandon Stanton is able to get out of them will bring a tear to your eye … Continue reading MC Student Featured on Humans of New York

New Library Policy Ends Study Room Reservations

The O’Malley Library has recently updated its policies on group study rooms by keeping all doors unlocked and unregulated for unlimited student use. Last October, The Quadrangle reported on library policies that could potentially result in students being charged for failure to return keys after three hours of use, with a one-hour grace period. Since then, William Walters, executive director of the library, promised to … Continue reading New Library Policy Ends Study Room Reservations

Inside the Numbers: Where the Jaspers Stand Halfway Through the MAAC Schedule

Looking at the standings and seeing the defending MAAC Champion Manhattan College Jaspers tied for fourth place is no surprise. As strange as that sounds, especially given the high expectations of the Jaspers due to their success over the last two seasons, fourth-place in this year’s MAAC conference is not your typical fifth-place. With only four games separating the first and ninth-place teams, the MAAC … Continue reading Inside the Numbers: Where the Jaspers Stand Halfway Through the MAAC Schedule

Study Abroad Group Witnessed Charlie Hebdo Aftermath

While staying in a hotel just 50 meters from the initial terrorist attacks on Charlie Hebdo offices, students at Manhattan College who studied abroad this winter break in Paris found themselves in the middle of the action that drew international attention and support. “It was cool to see that France was putting on a united front,” student Shannon Butler said of witnessing the aftermath and … Continue reading Study Abroad Group Witnessed Charlie Hebdo Aftermath

Jasper Chat: Caroline Chu

  Sophomore / Long Island / English and Communication What did you have for breakfast? Stuffed shells, and one BBQ chicken wing. What is your Sunday looking like? I have big aspirations to get my work done whilst surrounded by literature  (a.k.a my English assignments) but I will probably take a nap. Latest good read? Chaucer! What is your song of the day?  “Boat Behind” … Continue reading Jasper Chat: Caroline Chu

My Time in Paris During the Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attacks

The day was Jan. 7, 2015, only our third full day in Paris. My class had just developed a routine and we were finally getting used to the time difference. We had class and breakfast at 9 a.m., on this day we learned about Peter Abelard, the great medieval theologian and philosopher, and his lover, Héloise, and were out of the hotel around 10:30 a.m. We headed to Père … Continue reading My Time in Paris During the Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attacks

Jaspers Hit a Season-High 11 Three-Pointers in Win Against Monmouth

CHRIS CIRILLO & DANIEL YNFANTE SENIOR WRITER & ASST. SPORTS EDITOR The parity in this season’s MAAC conference is so great that halfway through the MAAC regular season schedule, the Jaspers entered the day in fifth place with a chance to move up to fourth with a win, but slip in the standings with a loss. It wasn’t a must win game, but it was … Continue reading Jaspers Hit a Season-High 11 Three-Pointers in Win Against Monmouth