Manhattan Second Half Comeback Stunted By Niagra

by John Jackson, Senior Writer WBB: Manhattan 54, Niagra 58 The Manhattan College women’s basketball team concluded their three-game homestand by playing host to MAAC rival Niagara for a nightly matchup on Jan. 24 in Draddy Gymnasium. The Jaspers experienced a first half in which they never had a lead, followed by a second half in which they stayed competitive up until the final minutes. Ultimately, the … Continue reading Manhattan Second Half Comeback Stunted By Niagra

MC Students Spend Winter Break Abroad

by Lauren Schuster, Social Media Editor While most Manhattan College students were taking some much needed time off during winter break, some students instead decided to be part of a unique educational experience by signing up for winter intersession study abroad trips. This winter break, more than 10 different courses were offered in six different cities around the world as a part of this program. One of … Continue reading MC Students Spend Winter Break Abroad

“Express Taqueria” Opens on Broadway

by C. Garrett Keidel, Sports Editor Manhattan College students have love supporting local businesses, whether it’s a favorite deli, pizza place or coffee shop; and whenever a new establishment opens up, the excitement builds in the hopes it becomes a local favorite. Recently, a new restaurant has popped up on Broadway called Estrellita Poblana. Located at 5975 Broadway, the restaurant is open seven days a week from … Continue reading “Express Taqueria” Opens on Broadway

238th Street Station Repairs Completed

by BRIAN ASARE, Photography Editor Stair replacement at the 238th Street subway station finally came to an end earlier this month, wrapping up what was nearly a semester-long inconvenience for Manhattan College students and staff. Construction began on Sept. 4 and resulted in the closure of the Manhattan-bound platform to 1 Train riders. It was officially reopened on Jan. 12., yet service did not immediately return … Continue reading 238th Street Station Repairs Completed

Junior Forward Receives Full Scholarship After Three Semesters as Walk-On

JASPERS TALK by Rose Brennan, A&E. Editor Pamela Miceus is a junior mechanical engineering major who plays on Manhattan College’s women’s basketball team. Originally from Haverstraw, N.Y., Miceus joined the team as a walk-on during her sophomore year. She was awarded a scholarship to play as a forward for the team over the winter intersession. The Quadrangle: What was [the walk-on] process like? Pamela Miceus: Basically when … Continue reading Junior Forward Receives Full Scholarship After Three Semesters as Walk-On

Anytime You NEDA Hand: Meet Meg Dreher

Voices from the Quad by Rose Brennan, A&E Editor After serving the Features section of The Quadrangle for two years, junior Megan Dreher has taken the reins as the paper’s Editor-in-Chief for the year 2019. Dreher first became involved with The Quadrangle as one of five recipients of the Quadrangle Scholarship in Manhattan College’s class of 2020.  Before, she had also served as the Editor-in-Chief of her … Continue reading Anytime You NEDA Hand: Meet Meg Dreher

Tara Connor Talks Love of Music, Upcoming EP and Album Class

ROCK THE QUAD by Gabriella DePinho, News Editor After hearing Tara Connor perform at a few coffee houses and Quadchella and hearing rumors about original music, I knew I had to find out more. After reaching out to her, Connor, a senior philosophy major and religious studies and music double minor, agreed to let me interview her for this column. Sitting down with her last semester, we … Continue reading Tara Connor Talks Love of Music, Upcoming EP and Album Class

Women’s Rowing Reflects On Rewarding Fall Season

by Pete Janny, Asst. Editor In only the program’s third year since inception, the fledgling Manhattan College women’s rowing team are fresh off their most promising fall campaign to date. The fall schedule featured a number of competitive races that tested the physical and mental toughness of the Manhattan rowers. The response from the Manhattan rowers was sensational with their efforts yielding a few memorable highlights in … Continue reading Women’s Rowing Reflects On Rewarding Fall Season

MC Students Take Action: “This Is Why We March”

Voices on the Quad Interviews conducted by Nicole Rodriguez & August Kissel, Asst. Production Editor and Web Editor Isabel Vazquez Freshman | Civil Engineering The Quadrangle: Have you previously participated at the women’s march? Isabel Vazquez: No, I have not. TQ: In your opinion, why is the women’s march so important? IV: The women’s march is so important because it draws attention to issues of inequality … Continue reading MC Students Take Action: “This Is Why We March”