MC Pep Band Gears Up For Final Stretch, MAAC Tournament

by Anthony DePinho Staff Writer It’s a Friday night in Draddy Gymnasium as the women’s basketball team is slated to face off against the Iona Gaels. The 6th Borough student section is full and the crowd has made its way to the seats. But in an otherwise subdued buildup to the game, there is one pocket of the Spirit Squad that is always ready to … Continue reading MC Pep Band Gears Up For Final Stretch, MAAC Tournament

On Campus Fashion-Finds

By RikkiLynn Shields, Editor Meet junior Antigone Thanasias from the last stop on the 6 train. Originally form Pelham Bay in The Bronx, Thanasias came to Manhattan College to pursue her education as a Communications major with a focus in Public Relations, along with a minor in theatre. Thanasias discussed her fashion sense with us. The Quadrangle: How would you describe your style? Antigone Thanasias: … Continue reading On Campus Fashion-Finds

Men’s Baseball Has Its Eye On The Prize

Injuries, inexperience, and missed opportunities have kept Manhattan’s Men’s Baseball Team from returning to the top of the MAAC the past three years, but 2017 may prove to be the year that all changes. The team has a lot to build on, coming off a strong 2016 season in which the team’s underclassmen showed a lot of promise behind the leadership of the upperclassmen. Head … Continue reading Men’s Baseball Has Its Eye On The Prize

College Boosts New York’s Economy by $312 Million

Manhattan College added $312 million to the New York State economy in 2015, a study by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU) in the State of New York found. In 2016, the commission conducted a study of economic impact from higher education institutions in the State of New York. According to the study, private colleges and universities across the state added about $79.6 … Continue reading College Boosts New York’s Economy by $312 Million

Winter L.O.V.E. Students Reflect on Travels

By Megan Dreher & August Kissel, Asst. Editor & Editor Students spent their winter intercession in a number of ways. Some worked, others went on vacation, and some used their time to catch up on sleep lost during the semester. But there were also groups of students that were able to spend a week of their intercession participating in the L.O.V.E. program, giving back to communities both … Continue reading Winter L.O.V.E. Students Reflect on Travels

Mas Unloads Post Game

Sunday, Manhattan’s Men’s Basketball Team lost to Siena 81-68 in a contest hosted at Manhattan’s Draddy Gymnasium at 2pm. It was a game dominated by Siena, as the outshot Manhattan in field goals, three-point attempts, and free throws; leading by as much as 20 with 8:35 left in the second half. It has been a tough season for the Jaspers, who are usually top contenders … Continue reading Mas Unloads Post Game

Manhattan Students Join in Women’s Marches

by Rose Brennan, Haley Burnside, and August Kissel Asst. Editors and Editor Less than 24 hours following President Donald J. Trump’s inauguration, citizens across America took part in the Women’s March on Washington, a series of demonstrations for women’s rights. The main march was stationed in Washington, D.C., but as many as 673 other “sister” marches took place across the world with an estimated 4.8 … Continue reading Manhattan Students Join in Women’s Marches

Donald Trump Takes Oath

by Megan Dreher and August Kissel Asst. Editor and Editor On Jan. 20 2017, Donald John Trump was inaugurated and became the 45th President of the United States. People from all around attended the inauguration, including supporters and protesters. The attendees saw performances from Jackie Evancho, 3 Doors Down, and Toby Keith over the span of the morning. Here at Manhattan College, there have been … Continue reading Donald Trump Takes Oath

College Offers New Construction Management Masters Degree

As of this semester, Manhattan College’s school of engineering is offering a new construction management Master of Science degree program as part of its graduate offerings. Previously, the college offered a conain the civil engineering master’s program. However, the new standalone program will now provide more flexibility for what types of students can enroll for the graduate degree because it does not require an undergraduate … Continue reading College Offers New Construction Management Masters Degree