False Alarms in Leo Frustrate Faculty

By Sophia Sakelleriou, Production Editor A fire alarm wails with the shriek of warning that danger is near, yet the classroom of Dr. Michael Plugh’s senior seminar class does not move from their seats. The door is closed to block out the sound as the alarm continues to wail and Plugh continues to teach. This is the new norm in the Leo building.  The frequent … Continue reading False Alarms in Leo Frustrate Faculty

Changes to Access Control Implemented for Spring Semester

By Jessica McKenzie & RJ Giannachi, Asst. Features Editor & Contributor Residence Life has adjusted some regulations to the access control policy for spring semester. An email was sent to all Manhattan College students on Jan. 13 describing the revisions to the policy, effective immediately. In addition to students now being able to host day guests between 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Fridays and … Continue reading Changes to Access Control Implemented for Spring Semester

Daisy Jones & The Six: The Ups and Downs of Life as a Rockstar

By Sophia Sakellariou, Production Editor The rock and roll scene of Los Angeles in the 70’s is an era most can only dream of reliving. However, author Taylor Jenkins Reid allows us to walk the sunset strip with the rebels and groupies that defined the time in Daisy Jones & The Six, as told in an interview style with the story unfolding through the words … Continue reading Daisy Jones & The Six: The Ups and Downs of Life as a Rockstar

An Inside Look at Manhattan College’s Pep Band

By Katie Heneghan, Web Editor  At every home basketball game, athletes, fans, and coaches are greeted by the enthusiastic and passionate pep band. The band is composed of a range of instruments producing the boisterous and welcoming anthems of the basketball games. Senior accounting major Lauren Saggese is a veteran flutist for the pep band with over 12 years experience with her instrument. Saggese detailed … Continue reading An Inside Look at Manhattan College’s Pep Band

Rose Brennan Reflects On Her Manhattan College Experience

By Jessica McKenzie, Asst. Features Editor From the time senior Rose Brennan stepped foot on Manhattan College’s campus, she has worked tirelessly to make her time here memorable. Originally from Stratford, Connecticut, Brennan is one of 20 students in MC who have been awarded The Quadrangle scholarship for their four years. Additionally, Brennan is an executive editor of Lotus Magazine, a lifestyle magazine run entirely … Continue reading Rose Brennan Reflects On Her Manhattan College Experience

Finding a Wholesome Balance Away From Home

By Sophia Sakellariou, Production Editor Junior Gabriella DePinho is all too familiar with the many demands of life as an undergraduate student. A double major in English and Communication with a concentration in journalism, this newly appointed Editor-in-Chief of The Quadrangle has a lot on her plate. To find balance in it all, DePinho spends her Sundays recharging. With a later start than a week day … Continue reading Finding a Wholesome Balance Away From Home

Students Weigh in on Astros’ Sign-Stealing Scandal

by Pete Janny, Sports Editor This last week was a historic week for Major League Baseball as three managers around the league lost their jobs due to their involvement in a sign-stealing scheme that dates back to the 2017 Houston Astros. Adding to the egregiousness of their scandalous behavior, Houston went on to win the World Series in 2017 over the Los Angeles Dodgers with the help … Continue reading Students Weigh in on Astros’ Sign-Stealing Scandal

Students Immerse Themselves in Different Cultures During Winter

By Alexa Schmidt, A&E Editor  This winter break, students either slept in, reunited with high school friends, or immersed themselves in another culture and traveled across the globe to participate in Manhattan College’s study abroad program. About nine different courses were offered this year, with destinations like Italy, India, the United Arab Emirates and Spain on the list. Each study abroad program was taught differently, … Continue reading Students Immerse Themselves in Different Cultures During Winter