PEOPLE OF MANHATTAN: Jordan Bautsch

Interview Conducted by Megan Dreher “I went to London for a study abroad over winter break, and aside from taking a class, we got to see a lot of tourist attractions. I got to see the fireworks from the London Eye. I also drank Roman bath water, and it was really gross, but it was still a cool experience. Also, super weird, but I had … Continue reading PEOPLE OF MANHATTAN: Jordan Bautsch

Short Stop’s Closure and the Romance of Small Business

The following is a staff member’s op/ed piece and does not reflect the views of The Quadrangle’s Editorial Board, the College or the student body. When was the last time you did something truly special? Made a memory that will stick with you for a lifetime? Created an impact on someone’s life for just a moment? Albeit small, I was able to do that this … Continue reading Short Stop’s Closure and the Romance of Small Business

On Campus Fashion Finds

By Lauren Schuster, Staff Writer Christopher Santiago is a commuter who lives in Yonkers and is majoring in Biology. He discussed his style with us. The Quadrangle: How would you describe your style? Christopher Santiago: I would say kind of classy, and urban, but with an edge. TQ: How have you noticed your style change as you grew older? CS: It changed a lot when I came … Continue reading On Campus Fashion Finds

The Journey of a Jasper: Tyler Wilson

At the beginning of the semester, I sat down with senior Rich Williams to talk about his decision to apply for a medical redshirt. Right before I left, I asked him about Tyler Wilson, who would go on to be the only senior finishing his career this season. Williams took a moment and responded with genuine words about his good friend. “Tyler’s one of the … Continue reading The Journey of a Jasper: Tyler Wilson

Students React to Red Mango Opening in Cafe 1853

If the scattered slips of paper in Locke’s Loft were any indication of something big happening, a brand new eatery on campus opened up on Mar. 20. Red Mango, the popular frozen yogurt and smoothie chain, has found its place on Manhattan College’s campus. During spring break, Café 1853 underwent renovations to accommodate the frozen yogurt dispenser and toppings bar while the order counter has … Continue reading Students React to Red Mango Opening in Cafe 1853

Bishop, Nilaj Jump into Race for Student Body President

by Jack Melanson and Stephen Zubrycky Editor and Editor in Chief  The student government campaign began Friday, with two major parties entering the race for seven spots on the executive committee and six seats in the assembly. The two parties, Jasper Pack and The Campus That Never Sleeps, are led by presidential candidates Micaela Bishop and LisaMarie Nilaj, respectively. Bishop is running with Phillip Mourikes as … Continue reading Bishop, Nilaj Jump into Race for Student Body President

PEOPLE OF MANHATTAN: Lois Harr

“I think part of why I’ve never left the Bronx is maybe being stubborn, but I also didn’t want to feel as though I had been driven away, and that’s what a lot of people have said. There’s something very life-giving about being in the Bronx. It’s very interesting. It’s a little bit edgy. It kinda keeps you on your toes, sometimes in a bad … Continue reading PEOPLE OF MANHATTAN: Lois Harr