On Resi-Commuters and the Cost of Campus Residence

by JACK MELANSON, Senior Writer Speaking very situationally, it may be cheaper to move off-campus while studying at Manhattan College in Riverdale. This part of the Jasper population, known as “resi-commuters”, live in Manhattan College’s bull-ring, or the surrounding Riverdale community. The Quadrangle surveyed 10 off campus locations that are popular among students. These include apartments on Waldo Avenue, W. 238 Street, Irwin Avenue, Greystone Avenue, Riverdale … Continue reading On Resi-Commuters and the Cost of Campus Residence

LETTER from The Editor

Hi all! What a wild semester it has been! It has been such a joy to see what we have published week after week…telling stories, giving voice to the voiceless, and sharing with the Manhattan College community the important happenings of the world around us. I won’t lie, I was nervous taking the reigns of this massive weekly project we call The Quadrangle. But it … Continue reading LETTER from The Editor

Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 2)

by  Joe Liggio, Asst. News Editor In its immediate wake, Manhattan College’s Summer ‘70 Scholarship Concert Series at Gaelic Park was avowed as a success by its organizers, having garnered positive public relations for the institution and scholarship money for students through top acts like the Guess Who, Chicago and Three Dog Night Yet despite the overall appearance of a smash hit, some on campus began to … Continue reading Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 2)


by Gabriella DePinho,  News Editor After seeing an Instagram story by Alex Nieves, host of WRCM’s CREW (Crediting Rappers Everywhere) radio show, I got in touch with him and quickly arranged for me to head down to the radio studio the night of his next show. Nieves had been advertising that Christian Roodal, a shortly graduating senior, who goes by the name DJ ROODZ would be DJing … Continue reading DJ ROODZ Tears Up WRCM

ASCE Recognized Nationally with Honorable Mention

by CATHERINE GOODYEAR, Senior Writer The Manhattan College Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers or ASCE received honorable mention for their 2018 annual report. This is the first time they have been recognized for this award since 2015, which was then based off of the 2014 annual report. An annual report is submitted to the national ASCE organization outlining all events that the student chapter … Continue reading ASCE Recognized Nationally with Honorable Mention