The Springfest Trifecta: Skylar Grey, 3OH!3 and Jeremih Visit MC

by ROSE BRENNAN & GABRIELLA DEPINHO, A&E Editor & News Editor On Saturday, April 13, Manhattan College held its annual Springfest, an end-of-year celebration for students’ hard work and a day that is anticipated for the entire academic year. This year’s Springfest was unlike any other, in which three featured artists took the stage: singer-songwriter Skylar Grey, electro-pop duo 3OH!3 and R&B artist Jeremih.  This lineup of … Continue reading The Springfest Trifecta: Skylar Grey, 3OH!3 and Jeremih Visit MC

Anthony Scaramucci Speaks at MC

by MEGAN DREHER & PETE JANNY, Editor in Chief & Asst. Sports Editor On Wednesday, April 10, members of the Manhattan College community gathered in Hayden 100 to hear businessman Anthony Scaramucci speak about his career experiences in finance and politics. Nicknamed the “The Mooch,” Scaramucci is the founder of SkyBridge, a global investment firm based in New York City, and is a former White House Director … Continue reading Anthony Scaramucci Speaks at MC

The Shift in What It Means to Be Lasallian and Its Values

by AUGUST KISSEL, Web Editor Prior to attending Manhattan College, I had no idea what a Lasallian was. My freshman year, I believed that Lasallians and Catholics were separate from each other and when I attended Mass I thought the only difference was that Lasallians just didn’t kneel during mass. I even remember calling my mother and saying “Lasallians are so weird, they don’t kneel at mass,” … Continue reading The Shift in What It Means to Be Lasallian and Its Values

Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 1)

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. News Editor Note: This article is the first of two chronicling a history of concerts at both Manhattan College and Gaelic Park. The majority of information available on these shows was sourced from articles featured in The Quadrangle between 1969 and 1972, and is a testament to the excellent reporting done by student journalists at this college. The annual selection of Manhattan’s … Continue reading Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 1)

Exploring the College Catalogs: 1865, 1919, and the Present

by NICOLE RODRIGUEZ, Asst. Production Editor Over the years, Manhattan College has not only evolved socially, politically and economically since its founding, but more importantly has expanded in terms of matriculation and academics. The first college catalog stated the goals of the institution as being “to afford the youth of our country the means of acquiring the highest grade of education attained in the American universities.” While … Continue reading Exploring the College Catalogs: 1865, 1919, and the Present

Changes to Talent Scholarship Application for Class of 2023

JOE LIGGIO, SOPHIA SAKELLARIOU, CHRISTINE NAPPI & PETE JANNY, Asst. News Editor, Production Editor, Staff Writer & Asst. Sports Editor Manhattan College’s two talent scholarships, the Performing Arts scholarship and The Quadrangle Student Newspaper scholarship, will be operating under a different timeline for the recipient selection process this year. In the past, the scholarship application and awarding process took place in April, after a college … Continue reading Changes to Talent Scholarship Application for Class of 2023

Manhattan College, For All Generations

by SHANNON GLEBA, Staff Writer When I decided to attend Manhattan College during my senior year of high school in 2017, I realized that my decision came as a result of generations and decades before me. MC has been a part of my family’s history for at least 60 years, and I am thankful for the values I have learned from such an outstanding community. As The … Continue reading Manhattan College, For All Generations

Gaelic Park Athletic Center Continues Construction, Despite Holdups

by SAMANTHA WALLA, Production Editor During the spring semester of 2018, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced an upgrade to the athletic facilities at Gaelic Park. The Gaelic Park Athletic Center Project, known as GPAC, will serve five of Manhattan College’s outdoor sports: men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, and softball. Designated locker rooms for each sport will be installed for sports that currently do … Continue reading Gaelic Park Athletic Center Continues Construction, Despite Holdups

MSA Hosts Islam Awareness Week

The Muslim Student Association hosted a series of events last week in honor of Islam Awareness Week. These events were hosted in order to honor Muslims and promote activism and advocacy on the Manhattan College campus. Islam Awareness Week was held from April 8 to April 12. The MSA held movie screenings, hosted keynote speakers, held an art exhibit, and hosted multiple interfaith prayer sessions. … Continue reading MSA Hosts Islam Awareness Week