The Quadrangle

The Student Newspaper of Manhattan College | Since 1924

This Week in Photos: March 5-11, 2017

Blood Drive.jpg
On Monday and Tuesday, the New York Blood Center held its Spring Blood Drive on the fourth floor of Kelly Commons. Aaron Mayorga/The Quadrangle
The Supreme Court Pick.jpg
On Tuesday afternoon, Dr. Jonathan Keller and Dr. Jordan Pascoe led a discussion regarding President Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch to the Supreme Court in Cornerstone. Aaron Mayorga/The Quadrangle
Fair Trade Anniversary.jpg
Later that day, Campus Ministry & Social Action celebrated the five-year anniversary of Manhattan College becoming a fair-trade school. At the time, Manhattan was the first institute of higher education in NYC to have this distinction. Kaiyun Chen/The Quadrangle
Health issue.jpg
Last, but certainly not least on Tuesday, the Quadrangle released its 16-page special issue for Spring 2017 which focuses on health-related topics. Aaron Mayorga/The Quadrangle
Education Career Fair (1 of 2).jpg
On Wednesday afternoon, the Education Career Fair took place in Smith Auditorium. Anja Pollozi/The Quadrangle
Education Career Fair (2 of 2)
The Career Fair featured representatives from a myriad of schools and education organizations across the tri-state area. Anja Pollozi/The Quadrangle
Food and Religion Panel.jpg
Meanwhile, on the fourth floor of Kelly Commons, the Religious Studies department hosted a “Religion Matters” panel regarding the connection between food and religion. Anja Pollozi/The Quadrangle
Urban Studies Lecture-2.jpg
On Wednesday night, the Urban Studies Annual Lecture took place and the topic of discussion was the ‘school-to-prison pipeline’ and policing in America. Anja Pollozi/The Quadrangle
Moon over the Quad.jpg
On Thursday, warmer weather and clearer skies prompted a few students to have some fun out on the Quad before the start of Spring Break. Aaron Mayorga/The Quadrangle
The Shot.jpg
Attacker Parker Giarratana winds up for a shot-on-goal in Manhattan’s Saturday afternoon tilt against UMass Lowell. Giarratana scored twice, but the Jaspers were best 13-6. Aaron Mayorga/The Quadrangle
The Chase.jpg
In the freezing temperatures at Gaelic Park, midfielder Gian Noto breaks out from the Manhattan defensive zone with a UMass Lowell player giving chase. Aaron Mayorga/The Quadrangle
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