South Campus Architect Selected, Space Study Underway

by Adanna Carter & Daniel Ynfante, Staff Writer & Assistant Editor Manhattan College will be adding new infrastructure to its south campus, located on 238th Street. On Nov. 18, Mitchell Giurgola, an architecture firm based in New York, announced on its website that it was selected by Manhattan College to design a new 30,000 square foot STEM facility. The firm boasts experience working on STEM projects … Continue reading South Campus Architect Selected, Space Study Underway

Women’s Basketball Starts MAAC Play with a Win

Coming off of a game with a poor offensive showing against Yale, the Jaspers bounced back with an 80-62 victory over Niagara to start MAAC play on Friday night. With the win, the team improved to 3-4 on the season. This was the fourth time in five seasons and the fifth in John Olenowski’s seven years as head coach that the Jaspers won their conference … Continue reading Women’s Basketball Starts MAAC Play with a Win

Jaspers Fall to 0-2 in MAAC Play for First Time Since 2010-2011

The Manhattan Jaspers have been here before. Just like they are now, they were 1-5 to start last season. They just haven’t been 0-2 in MAAC play for a long time. In fact, not since the 2010-2011 season have the Jaspers gone winless in the first two conference games. But after a 75-70 loss to the Marist Red Foxes, the Jaspers find themselves in that … Continue reading Jaspers Fall to 0-2 in MAAC Play for First Time Since 2010-2011