Running Through the Line, Track and Field Looking Strong

by C. GARRETT KEIDEL, Asst. Editor On Thursday Feb. 1, the Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams started two days of competition at the Metropolitan Championships. At the end of competition, the Men’s team finished in second place while the Women’s team placed fifth overall. Highlights from the Women’s competition included Lisa Fajardo continuing her record-breaking season by setting another school record, this time in the … Continue reading Running Through the Line, Track and Field Looking Strong

Summer Camp Comes to Campus

by SAMANTHA WALLA, Asst. Editor This summer, while most Jaspers will be scattered across the world relaxing, taking internships and studying abroad, a new program will be operating on Manhattan College’s campus. This program, currently named Jaspers Kids Summer Camp, will run from June 25 to August 17 on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and serve children ages 5 to 14. The camp expects to … Continue reading Summer Camp Comes to Campus

Softball Looking to Pick Up Where They Left Off

by BRANDON THROPE, Contributor Coming off the best regular season finish in program history, the Manhattan College softball team is ready to pick up where they left off last season. The season starts on Feb. 23 with a doubleheader in the Madeira Beach (FL) Invitational Tournament against Eastern Michigan and Arkansas. Their first home game will be a doubleheader against Hartford on March 6. However, coach … Continue reading Softball Looking to Pick Up Where They Left Off

Sophomore Business Major Showcases Parisian Style

by LAUREN SCHUSTER, Asst. Editor Lisette Vincent is a sophomore from Mahwah, N.J. She is double majoring in finance and business analytics. She sat down and shared her style with us. The Quadrangle: How would you describe your style? Lisette Vincent: I think I have two different kinds of styles. I think I have a school style and then an out-of-school style. My school style is more … Continue reading Sophomore Business Major Showcases Parisian Style

Professor Discusses Ethics of Self-Driving Vehicles

by C. GARRETT KEIDEL, Asst. Editor Autonomous vehicles and autonomous technology are seeing a growing presence on American roads. With this comes major questions involving the ethics in how the vehicles will react in a  variety of situations. Should the vehicle take action to protect its occupants at all costs, even if that means putting others and their lives at risk? Is it even possible for … Continue reading Professor Discusses Ethics of Self-Driving Vehicles

Swimming and Diving Seniors Close Out MC Careers

The Manhattan College Swimming and Diving team bid farewell to six seniors on Jan. 27 at the team’s Senior Day dual meet against Iona. The six seniors were Alexandra Hutzler, Audrey Corcoran, Eileen Blood, Brandon Shields, Mitchell Rifkind and Tyler McCloskey. Each one was presented individually with a plaque to commemorate their athletic careers at Manhattan. The day ended in a loss to the Gaels … Continue reading Swimming and Diving Seniors Close Out MC Careers

Italian Cafe and Restaurant Opens on Manhattan College Parkway

Caffe Buon Gusto is open for business in Riverdale. Located across the street and down the block from Hayden Hall at 4576 Manhattan College Parkway, the compound bar-restaurant-coffee shop fully opened for business last week. Caffe Buon Gusto had been serving coffee and light pastries for three weeks before the kitchen opened last week, offering a wide variety of tried-and-true Italian favorites. Riverdale is Caffe … Continue reading Italian Cafe and Restaurant Opens on Manhattan College Parkway

Voices on the Quad: Let the Games Begin

This is a full version of the Voices on the Quad found in the Feb 19. issue of The Quadrangle. Interviews were conducted by Alexa Schmidt.    Jackie Hann Senior Major: Communication Do you keep up with the Winter Olympics? Yeah, I was home last weekend so I watched it basically the whole time, just like me and my dad, and I love the Winter … Continue reading Voices on the Quad: Let the Games Begin

MC Players Perform Reading of “Oleanna”

The Manhattan College Players were back in action on Thursday, Feb. 15 in the Black Box as they performed a play reading of David Mamet’s “Oleanna.” The play is broken up into three acts and consists of two characters: a college student named Carol (performed by Gabriella Herrera) and a college professor named John (performed by Peter Martino). The play deals with the topics of … Continue reading MC Players Perform Reading of “Oleanna”