The Blackfeet of L.O.V.E. Site Browning, Montana

Just south of the Canadian border, in the northwest corner of Montana, lies the town of Browning, which sits at the heart of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Today, the town of Browning is the largest community on the reservation and is home to around 9,000 members of Blackfeet nation. It is estimated that the Blackfeet people have occupied the Rocky Mountain region for upwards of … Continue reading The Blackfeet of L.O.V.E. Site Browning, Montana

Freshman David Caiafa Wins Newman Civic Fellows Award

By Meghan Sackman, Staff Writer Student David Caiafa was Manhattan College’s representative of these qualities for the year of 2016. There are 218 national winners of the Newman Civic Fellows Award annually and one of them is right here at Manhattan College. The Newman Civic Fellows Award is awarded to college students who show motivation and initiative in service and leadership. It is awarded by … Continue reading Freshman David Caiafa Wins Newman Civic Fellows Award

The Quadrangle Year in Review

By Kieran Rock & Kelly Burns, Editors This year The Quadrangle has reported a wide variety of stories from changes in the athletic department to master plan updates. We had two special issues: The Gender Issue and The Food Issue and have covered breaking news, delivering it to the students and campus community alike. Here we review some of the biggest stories The Quadrangle has covered … Continue reading The Quadrangle Year in Review

Our Senior Staff Bids The Quadrangle Farewell

Madeleine Schwartz If you had told me four years ago that college would have gone by this fast, I whole-heartedly wouldn’t have believed you. As graduation quickly approaches, there are so many emotions that come to mind; empowerment, anxiety, and excitement are a few of the heavy hitters. However, as I take the time to reflect on my time at Manhattan, I am more nostalgic … Continue reading Our Senior Staff Bids The Quadrangle Farewell

Senior Spotlights

Kevin Hill For many, May 22 signifies an end to classrooms, tests, papers and the world of academia (for a while), but for Kevin Hill, this is just a transition to the next step in Higher Education. Hill, a double major in International Studies and Government will be starting his Master of Arts at Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations. You may … Continue reading Senior Spotlights

Review: The Brooklyn Flea Market and Smorgåsburg

by AMY CARDOZA & JENNA BLOOMER, Staff Writers  The Brooklyn Flea Market and Smorgasburg open this month, just in time for the nice weather. Both of these events are just a train ride away and contain some of the best sights in Brooklyn. The two began collaborating in 2008, and have become increasingly popular since then. Although they split to become two separate entities they both provide a … Continue reading Review: The Brooklyn Flea Market and Smorgåsburg

Also on Campus

Pen and Sword Induction On Friday, April 29, the Pen and Sword Society induction ceremony was held in The Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers. “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 … Continue reading Also on Campus

From Celebrity Gossip to Children’s Books: A Look Back At Internships

When I first entered college, many, many moons ago, I was a young 18-year-old girl with big dreams of working in entertainment. I did not care what form of entertainment it was, whether it was writing about the Oscars or being in the control room of a syndicated ABC talk show. Whatever it was, I knew I wanted to be there. However, things change and … Continue reading From Celebrity Gossip to Children’s Books: A Look Back At Internships