Neighborhood Children Show Off Costumes at Safe Halloween

On Friday, Oct. 26, students in Kappa Delta Pi, Manhattan College’s education honor society, led a Safe Halloween event for all children from the Bronx. More than 40 of the college’s clubs took part in the event turning campus into a maze of trick or treat delights. Interviews compiled by Lauren Schuster. Olivia Rexhepi (Batgirl), Age 4 The Quadrangle: What is your favorite type of … Continue reading Neighborhood Children Show Off Costumes at Safe Halloween

October’s Coffee House Showcases the Support of Student Talent at MC

by JESSICA MCKENZIE, Staff Writer On Oct. 24, about thirty or so students gathered in Hayden 100 for a couple of hours to sip Dunkin’ Donuts coffee and share impressive talents. The second Coffee House of the semester featured everything from classic Motown jams on the acoustic guitar to a stand-up comedy routine inspired by a concussion. All Manhattan College students are encouraged to participate or … Continue reading October’s Coffee House Showcases the Support of Student Talent at MC

Manhattan Offense Explodes in 3-0 Rout of Fairfield

MS: MANHATTAN 3, FAIRFIELD 0 by PETE JANNY, Asst. Sports Editor A season filled with memorable highs and forgettable lows reached a new high last Wednesday night when Manhattan (5-8, 4-3 MAAC) embarrassed a reeling Fairfield squad by a score of 3-0. All three Manhattan goals on this night came from different players. The game-winner came off the foot of Brandon-Joseph Baudi in the 83rd minute that … Continue reading Manhattan Offense Explodes in 3-0 Rout of Fairfield

MC Alum Speak to Students about Fair Trade Coffee Company, Hudson Roasters

by KATIE HENEGHAN & KELLY KENNEDY, Asst. Features Editor & Staff Writer Manhattan College’s Women in Business and Students for Fair Trade on campus hosted two MC alums, Bernadette Gerrity and Sal Santuccio, both co-founders of their fair trade coffee company, Hudson Roasters. On Wednesday Oct. 23rd, students gathered in De La Salle to hear about the ethical sourcing of their products, as well as their experience … Continue reading MC Alum Speak to Students about Fair Trade Coffee Company, Hudson Roasters

Adrien Awana On How Soccer Has Transformed His Life

by JESSICA MCKENZIE, Staff Writer Adrien Awana, a Manhattan College senior Business Management major from the suburbs of Bordeaux, France, has used his passion and talent for soccer to inspire the Manhattan College community. His transition from France to the United States has transformed him as a player and as a student in New York City. The Quadrangle: When did you come here? Adrien Awana: I came … Continue reading Adrien Awana On How Soccer Has Transformed His Life

Some Favorite Curated Collaborations

by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, News Editor Over the summer, Ed Sheeran released his album “No. 6 Collaborations Project” inspired by the EP “No. 5 Collaborations Project,” which he made before his album “+” which launched his career. As a fan of Sheeran’s music and that original EP, I found myself excited because I knew the collaborations he would be doing would be sonically different than what he did … Continue reading Some Favorite Curated Collaborations

RaShawn Stores Named Associate Head Coach of Men’s Basketball

by MARIA THOMAS & ANNA WOODS, Asst. News Editor & Staff Writer At the start of the school year, ​Men’s Basketball head coach Steve Masiello named RaShawn Stores associate head coach for the upcoming season. During his time as a student at Manhattan College, Stores was a two-year team captain for Men’s Basketball, winning two MAAC Titles. Stores was a part of 71 total wins, including … Continue reading RaShawn Stores Named Associate Head Coach of Men’s Basketball

Pérez Jiménez Brings a Taste of New York to Table as Ford Fellow

by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, News Editor Professors love getting the chance to geek out over their area of expertise when your class reaches the unit that includes information or lessons about their research and passion projects. For Cristina Pérez Jiménez, Ph.D., ethnic and cultural studies within American literature, specifically Latino studies, is the work that gets her excited. Being the Manhattan College resident specialist in the field, … Continue reading Pérez Jiménez Brings a Taste of New York to Table as Ford Fellow

Women’s Soccer Finishes Two-Game Homestand With A Win and A Tie

WS: MANHATTAN 3, RIDER 1 WS: MANHATTA . 1, SIENA 1 by PETE JANNY, Asst. Sports Editor The Manhattan College women’s soccer team (3-10-1, 2-4-1 MAAC) entered the stretch run of their season with two home games last week against Rider (7-3-4, 4-1-2 MAAC) and Siena (4-8-4, 2-3-2 MAAC) respectively. Both games couldn’t have been different in terms of weather conditions and fan support. What mattered … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Finishes Two-Game Homestand With A Win and A Tie