The Faces of the Sports Information Desk: Kelly Carroll

Jasper Talk by Megan Dreher, Editor-in-Chief The Quadrangle is fortunate enough to cover a multitude of sporting events and athletes each week, but none of that would be possible without the assistance of the Sports Information Desk. Faculty members of the Athletics department, such as Kelly Carroll, not only coordinate interviews with media like the Quadrangle, but they also act as a media liaison to … Continue reading The Faces of the Sports Information Desk: Kelly Carroll

What Are Jaspers Thankful For?

Voices on the Quad Interviews Compiled by Anna Woods Caroline King Class of 2023 Quad: Do you have a Thanksgiving tradition? Caroline: Yes, every year we skip a traditional Thanksgiving dinner and head to downtown Philadelphia for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Irish dance championships and compete all Thanksgiving weekend. It’s fun eating Thanksgiving dinner in a restaurant every year! Quad: What is your favorite part about … Continue reading What Are Jaspers Thankful For?

Missing Papers During Open House Prompts Blame Game

by Joe Liggio, Senior Writer It looks like we’ve got another mystery on our hands. Prior to Manhattan’s most recent Open House for prospective students on Oct. 27, copies of the Quadrangle were reorganized or disappeared completely from newsstands in several different locations across campus. With no clear perpetrator, several offices at the college are now pointing fingers in the ensuing investigation into what may … Continue reading Missing Papers During Open House Prompts Blame Game

The Manhattan College Cross Country Team Closes off the Season at Home

by Madalyn Johnson & Jessica McKenzie, Asst. A&E Editor & Staff Writer The Manhattan College Cross Country team closed off the final race of the XC season at the ECAC Cross Country Championships in one of the Bronx’s most acclaimed parks, Van Cortlandt. Two sophomores, as well as a senior and freshman runner on the men’s team, competed to top off the cross country season, … Continue reading The Manhattan College Cross Country Team Closes off the Season at Home

“Natural Women” to Perform Carole King’s “Tapestry” in Spring Semester Album Class

by Alexa Schmidt, Features Editor Andy Bauer, the director of Performing Arts, is running the fourth consecutive album class in the spring semester. The album class focuses and studies a particular album throughout the semester, and their final exam includes performing for the student body at the end of the semester. The album of choice is Carole King’s “Tapestry.” Bauer had specific reasons in mind … Continue reading “Natural Women” to Perform Carole King’s “Tapestry” in Spring Semester Album Class

LWGRC Spotlights Student Artwork

The Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center (LWGRC) has been siding with students since the day it arrived on campus.  The center is home to many student-run initiatives and is an active partner of several student clubs on campus. However, the advocacy of the LWGRC takes more than one form.  In addition to student-run initiatives, the Center is also home to many pieces of student … Continue reading LWGRC Spotlights Student Artwork

Gourmet Dining Creates an Internship Program

by August Kissel, Web Editor Gourmet Dining is an essential piece to the Manhattan College experience. They serve the student body for breakfast, lunch and dinner and even celebrate holidays with us. Gourmet Dining is now expanding their services to include an internship program open to all students who are interested in the world of food service. “It’s a way for students to get real … Continue reading Gourmet Dining Creates an Internship Program

Men’s Basketball Opens Season With Two Home Wins

by Pete Janny & Nicole Fitzsimmons, Sports Editor & Staff Writer For the first time since losing to Canisius in the quarterfinals of the MAAC Tournament last March, the Manhattan College men’s basketball team returned to the hardwood last Tuesday night at Draddy Gymnasium for a meeting with the Delaware State Hornets. The team then played their second game of the season on Saturday night … Continue reading Men’s Basketball Opens Season With Two Home Wins

Matt Sweeney Shares Passion of Community Service and Environmental Initiatives

by Alexa Schmidt, Features & Managing Editor Matt Sweeney is the friendliest face around Manhattan College’s campus, known for striking up a conversation with just about everyone. A civil engineer, with a particular passion for the environment, Sweeney lives a life dedicated to community service, and encourages you to do the same. Sweeney is the vice president of the New York Water Environment Association chapter … Continue reading Matt Sweeney Shares Passion of Community Service and Environmental Initiatives