Manhattan Looks to Snap Losing Streak Against Marist

By: Peter Janny, Sports Editor  Recent games have not been generous to the Manhattan College men’s basketball team (11-14, 7-9 MAAC). To make matters worse, not even playing in Draddy Gym has been able to rejuvenate the Jaspers.  After losing 67-64 to a talented Saint Peter’s team (15-11, 12-5 MAAC) on Friday night at Draddy, Manhattan suffered their worst loss of the season on Sunday … Continue reading Manhattan Looks to Snap Losing Streak Against Marist

For the Love of Sports: Meet Pete Janny

by Rose Brennan, Senior Writer Sophomore Pete Janny’s dedication to the world of sports has gotten him far in a relatively short period of time. After quickly distinguishing himself as a sports writer early on, he became The Quadrangle’s Assistant Sports Editor in 2019. Now, in 2020, Janny is now working in a dual role at the paper: Sports Editor and Managing Editor. Sports entered Janny’s … Continue reading For the Love of Sports: Meet Pete Janny

Bloomberg Joins Debates, Sanders Victorious in Nevada Caucus

by Rose Brennan & Megan Dreher, Senior Writers After announcing his presidential candidacy last November, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg was not a mainstay at any of the Democratic debates following. That all changed on Wednesday night, as he took the stage on Feb. 19 with five other candidates at the tenth Democratic debate in Las Vegas, Nev. Soon after the six candidates … Continue reading Bloomberg Joins Debates, Sanders Victorious in Nevada Caucus

New Rouge Media Charging Stations in Kelly Commons

by Madalyn Johnson & Jilleen Barrett, Web Editor & Asst. A&E Editor New charging stations have been added to Kelly Commons. The screens that have been placed in the first and second floor of the building are designed by Rouge Media, a media company that prides itself in, “Reaching millions of consumers on their daily journey out-of-home.” The commons that houses weekly guest speakers, Student … Continue reading New Rouge Media Charging Stations in Kelly Commons

Interviews Conclude for the RA Selection Process

by Madalyn Johnson & Christine Nappi, Web Editor & Features Editor On Feb. 7 Residence Life conducted interviews with about 120 students who applied to be resident assistants at Manhattan College. Only 25 to 30 spots were available for the position and for the first time, rising sophomores were eligible to apply. The decision for Residence Life to allow rising sophomores in the application pool … Continue reading Interviews Conclude for the RA Selection Process

Sister Norma Pimentel Offers a Catholic Response to Migration

By Madalyn Johnson, Web Editor As the executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, Sister Norma Pimentel works in the Catholic Diocese of Brownsville and helps immigrants in a variety of ways: providing housing assistance for families, food, counseling and pregnancy care. While her work happens states away from Manhattan College’s corner of the Bronx, many came to hear Pimentel’s stories about … Continue reading Sister Norma Pimentel Offers a Catholic Response to Migration

Anxiety High in Wake of Trespass Report, Sexual Assault

by Gabriella DePinho, Editor-in-Chief The Feb. 14 email that informed students of an alleged sexual assault sent shockwaves throughout the Manhattan College community. In the week after hearing the news, students have been looking for answers and a way to feel secure again. So far, students have not had much luck. In response to students’ anxiety, administrators decided to host a town hall for Overlook … Continue reading Anxiety High in Wake of Trespass Report, Sexual Assault

NYBC Returns to Campus for Winter Blood Drive

by Megan Dreher & Shannon Gleba , Senior Writer & Copy Editor  Manhattan College’s winter blood drive took place in Kelly Commons on Feb. 12 from 12-6 p.m. Campus Ministry and Social Action invited students and faculty to donate blood through the New York Blood Center. Below are interviews by those most involved in planning the drive and bringing this opportunity to MC: Shannon Forty, senior biology … Continue reading NYBC Returns to Campus for Winter Blood Drive

Coffee House and Sanctus Artem Hold Beatles Themed Jam Session

by Jileen Barrett & Mariana Duque, Assistant A&E Editor & Staff Writer Sanctus Artem and the hosts of Coffee House collaborated to hold a Beatles themed jam session on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in Hayden 109. Erin McWilliams and Chantal Flores (as well as absent host Joe Corrao) chose several of the Fab Four’s most well known songs for the event. McWilliams, a senior chemical engineering major, … Continue reading Coffee House and Sanctus Artem Hold Beatles Themed Jam Session