The Internship Series: Applying and Landing the Internship

Congratulations! You’ve landed your dream internship. You went through the interview process and killed it, now all that is left is, well, starting your new job. In college, especially in New York City, internships are extremely important for your resume, so here’s how to shine bright during that first week. Erin Cassidy, a senior at Manhattan, landed a spring internship at a huge conglomerate, Viacom. … Continue reading The Internship Series: Applying and Landing the Internship

Manhattan’s Tenacious Ten

The Manhattan Jaspers knew it would be an arduous task to win their third consecutive MAAC Championship. The loses of Emmy Andujar, Donovan Kates, and Ashton Pankey would be hard to replace. The Iona Gaels would still be a force to be reckoned with. The emergence of the Monmouth Hawks as a legitimate title-contender wouldn’t make things easier either. And of course, a difficult season … Continue reading Manhattan’s Tenacious Ten

Fatal Stabbing Earlier This Month Occurred Just Blocks Away From Campus

Earlier this month a McDonald’s employee, located on Broadway between 237th and 236th Streets, was stabbed to death. The murder happened one block away from the 50th Precinct Police Station and two blocks away from Manhattan College’s Leo Engineering Building. On Jan, 4, around 4:30 a.m., a homeless man was said to be lingering at the restaurant when a McDonald’s worker approached him and their … Continue reading Fatal Stabbing Earlier This Month Occurred Just Blocks Away From Campus

Ernest Hemingway Revisits New York

by KAIYUN CHEN, Staff Writer Ernest Hemingway, a writer during the 20th century, created written pieces well received by many. A new exhibition, Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars, is open for view at the Morgan Library and Museum through Jan. 31, 2016. The showcase displays the life and works of this influential figure in literature. “This is the first-ever major museum exhibit on Hemingway,” the museum managers … Continue reading Ernest Hemingway Revisits New York

Winter Recap

by RIKKILYNN SHIELDS, Assistant Editor Starting up the second semester after a long winter break is never easy. However, moving in early, training hard every day, and competing over the break is what being an athlete is all about. While all of the NARP’S (Non-athletic Regular People) were at home spending time with friends and family, some of Manhattan College’s athletes moved in weeks ago, and spent … Continue reading Winter Recap

Jaspers Make a Statement in Win Against Monmouth

The Manhattan Jaspers are a different team than they were two years ago, when they won their fist of consecutive MAAC Championships. The defensive principles remain the same, some of the players on the roster still remain, but the Jaspers find themselves in a different spot now. They’re no longer the hunter, they’re the hunted. Taking on the role of the 2013-2014 Jaspers in a … Continue reading Jaspers Make a Statement in Win Against Monmouth

Jaspers Force 18 Turnovers in 69-64 Win Against Niagara

Another game, another nail-biter for the Manhattan Jaspers. Of the eight games the Jaspers have played in the MAAC this year, six have been decided by six points or less. Sunday’s tilt against Niagara was the latest in the series of close bouts. The Jaspers defeated the Purple Eagles 69-64 to even up their MAAC record at 4-4, but head coach Steve Masiello knows that … Continue reading Jaspers Force 18 Turnovers in 69-64 Win Against Niagara