Senior Audrey Corcoran Wraps Up Her Swimming Career

Audrey Corcoran is a senior and four-year member of the Manhattan College women’s swimming and diving team. Originally from West Boylston, Mass., Corcoran is an accounting major and is part of a swimming legacy which includes much of her family.  She brought her passion to the college and, this week, shared it with The Quadrangle. The Quadrangle: How did you first get into swimming and … Continue reading Senior Audrey Corcoran Wraps Up Her Swimming Career

Kelly Commons Welcomes Director of Commuter Affairs, Marilyn Carter

by HALEY BURNSIDE, Asst. Editor Given the immense population of commuter students at Manhattan College, it is important that the College addresses concerns and questions of this community. A new position titled director of commuter affairs has been created to provide assistance to these particular students. According to vice president for student life, Richard Satterlee, the commuter population at Manhattan College is a large one. “This student … Continue reading Kelly Commons Welcomes Director of Commuter Affairs, Marilyn Carter

Letter to the Editor

NUWAN JAYAWICKREME writes: Dear Editor, I write in my capacity as the speaker of the Manhattan College Senate.  I appreciate the coverage you have given all three senate meetings held thus far this academic year; I believe your coverage has greatly raised the profile of the body. I write regarding your article titled “College Senate Approves Minimum Wage Resolution” published in the December 5th 2017 … Continue reading Letter to the Editor

John Green’s Latest YA Novel Communicates Truths of Mental Illness

by HALEY BURNSIDE, Editor Following the success of the best-selling-novels turned blockbuster movies, The Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns, John Green has published his sixth young adult fiction novel. Once again, Green captures adolescence in his signature lense of eloquence and quirkiness in his newest novel, Turtles All the Way Down. Turtles follows the life of a neurotic teenage girl growing up in the … Continue reading John Green’s Latest YA Novel Communicates Truths of Mental Illness

Manhattan Falls to Canisius at Home, 68-59

On Friday night, Manhattan College’s men’s basketball team fell to Canisius College by a score of 68-59. The loss brought Manhattan to fifth place in conference play with a record of 4-3. The game featured a hard-fought first half that ended with the Jaspers out in front, 28-27. As he has done on several occasions this season, sensational sophomore transfer, Pauly Paulicap, anchored the team … Continue reading Manhattan Falls to Canisius at Home, 68-59

What’s Up During Winter Break?

by RIKKILYNN SHIELDS, Editor During winter break, Jaspers are everywhere. Some study abroad, others travel with their L.O.V.E. Trips, some stay home and the athletes continue working hard and preparing for games, meets and upcoming seasons. The men’s basketball team beat Hofstra University on Dec. 20 and Fairfield University on Dec. 30 with scores of 63-61 and 61-58. The team started the new year on the right … Continue reading What’s Up During Winter Break?

Price Changes at the Met

One of the perks of going to Manhattan College is that the city is just a subway ride away. From there, the possibilities are endless, and adventures are right around the corner; one of them being The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Since the museum opened, their admissions program has accommodated everyone, from families, to foreigners and to broke college kids by maintaining a pay-as-you-wish policy. … Continue reading Price Changes at the Met

Trouble Off W. 240th: Burst Pipe and Auto Accident Near South Campus

A broken pipe caused a sidewalk to collapse outside Leo Engineering Building last Saturday and was followed by a nearby truck accident 2 days later, just prior to the start of the Spring semester. Both incidents occurred a short distance from W. 240th St., a road that cuts through Manhattan College’s South Campus and is heavily used by students and faculty. The water main running … Continue reading Trouble Off W. 240th: Burst Pipe and Auto Accident Near South Campus

International Student Shares her Modern Style

by LAUREN SCHUSTER, Asst. Editor Praise Omiponle is a junior double majoring in management and international business. She is an international student hailing from Portharcourt, Nigeria. This week, she shared her style with The Quadrangle. The Quadrangle: How would you describe your style? Praise Omiponle: Trend-driven, feminine, modern. PO: I’ve always worn what makes me feel good, since I got the chance to pick out my own … Continue reading International Student Shares her Modern Style