From Bugs to Bakeries: Meet Joe Liggio

by ALYSSA VELAZQUEZ, Editor Editor’s Note: “Voices from the Quad” is a new column that offers an in-depth look on a Quadrangle reporter’s career with the student newspaper. The staff of the Quadrangle are a group of students who often have the opportunity to get the inside scoop on different activities and events that occur within the community and then deliver this news to the student … Continue reading From Bugs to Bakeries: Meet Joe Liggio

Cam’s Corner: A Retrospective

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. Editor It all began with a class assignment. In the fall of his junior year at Manhattan, Cameron Cullen was tasked with creating one YouTube video per week to fulfill a requirement for his COMM 350: Field and Post Production course. He started off with an interview with his roommate, and uploaded a four minute video to his channel. That video was … Continue reading Cam’s Corner: A Retrospective

Printing Made Easier at MC with Wireless Access

by MEGAN DREHER, Features Editor On Tuesday, April 3., Information Technology Services Department (ITS) at Manhattan College launched a wireless printing program for students titled ‘Web Print’. This program, powered by a print management software called PaperCut, allows for students to connect their own devices to the computer lab printers on campus and print PDF documents, provided they are connected to the Manhattan College internet network.  … Continue reading Printing Made Easier at MC with Wireless Access

New Summer Housing for Non-MC Students

by Aleksandra Lozanova & Lauren Schuster, Contributor & Asst. Editor Manhattan College has recently announced a new initiative to allow non-MC college students to stay in campus housing over the summer in order to commute to internships in the city. All students must be at least 18 years old, enrolled in an accredited college or university and have proof of internship employment in order to apply.  The … Continue reading New Summer Housing for Non-MC Students

Joe Jacques: Walking Out On Top

by CHARLES LIPPOLIS, Senior Writer In sports, it seems as if the triumphant story of a collegiate walk-on athlete jumps to the top of headlines every season. Manhattan College graduate student Joe Jacques is just the one you haven’t heard about yet. “It was pretty stressful times, I didn’t know what I was doing,” said Jacques, as he recalled the final weeks before submitting his … Continue reading Joe Jacques: Walking Out On Top

A Preview of “The Last 5 Years”

by TAYLOR BRETHAUER & GABRIELLA DEPINHO, Editor-in-Chief & Web Editor An independent study is often used to dive into one’s specialty area, whether it be a major, a minor or a topic of interest. For senior Gabi Herrera, her interest in theater has turned her independent study into an entire musical. On May 3 and May 5, the Black Box Theater will be used to show Herrera’s … Continue reading A Preview of “The Last 5 Years”

Letter From The Editor (To The Seniors)

Dear Seniors, Each of you have brought something so special and important to our newspaper and we were so lucky to have published your work throughout the past four years. I don’t think I could ever thank any of you enough for your constant determination and dedication for The Quadrangle, but I will give it a try now. Tim: thank you for being the best … Continue reading Letter From The Editor (To The Seniors)

Spring 2018 Season In Review

by TARA MARIN, Senior Writer Swimming and Diving Teams Breaks Records at MAAC Championships Women’s senior Ally Hutzler and men’s freshman Andre Van Huyssteen helped rewrite the record books this year at the 2018 MAAC Championships. Hutzler advanced to the “A” final in both 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke, breaking her own records in both. She shattered the Jaspers’ three-year-old record in the 400 medley … Continue reading Spring 2018 Season In Review