Battle of the Bronx Ends with Manhattan Teams in Second and Third Place

by, Jilleen Barrett, A&E Editor Battle of the Bronx, a competition between Manhattan College and Fordham University that also serves as a follow-up to the Innovation Challenge, was held on Zoom on Tuesday, April 13. While the trophy may remain with Fordham this year– the winner was a student who designed an app for people affected by Sjrogen’s syndrome to keep track of their symptoms … Continue reading Battle of the Bronx Ends with Manhattan Teams in Second and Third Place

Warren Williams Gets Chance With Jamaica National Team

by, Colleen E. McNamara, Asst. Sports Editor Warren Williams of the Manhattan men’s basketball is fresh off playing world cup qualifiers in El Salvador as a representative of the Jamaica national team. Williams has had a successful career at Manhattan College being one of the top big men since his freshman year in 2018-2019, and is now making his country proud on the international level. … Continue reading Warren Williams Gets Chance With Jamaica National Team

THE QUAD 10

The Quad 10 is similar to Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list, but on a Manhattan College-scale. The ten following members of the graduating class of 2021 were chosen by the executive board of The Quadrangle as some of the best and brightest seniors MC has to offer. Interviews compiled by: Anna Woods, Jilleen Barrett, Megan LaCreta, Colleen McNamara, Kyla Guilfoil, Lauren Raziano, & … Continue reading THE QUAD 10

Remembering Ed Bowes ‘64: The Architect of the MC Cross Country Invitational

by, Pete Janny & Nicole Fitzsimmons, Sports Editor & News Editor Manhattan College Athletics Hall of Famer Ed Bowes ‘64 passed away on July 31 at the age of 78, leaving behind an incredible legacy of coaching and commitment to cross country. Bowes was the subject of countless stories throughout his life as he emerged as a sporting legend at both Manhattan College and Bishop … Continue reading Remembering Ed Bowes ‘64: The Architect of the MC Cross Country Invitational

Senate Passes Resolution for More Community Representation on Board of Trustees

by, Anna Woods & Gabriella DePinho, Editor-in-Chief & Senior Writer The Manhattan College Senate passed a resolution to have the college’s president recommend the Board of Trustees revise its bylaws to establish three new permanent seats on the Board of Trustees with full voting rights to be filled by a student, a staff member and a faculty member. This resolution authored by two faculty members … Continue reading Senate Passes Resolution for More Community Representation on Board of Trustees

Locke’s Loft Opens Indoor Dining at 50% Capacity

by, Lauren Raziano & Maria Thomas, Social Media Editor & Managing Editor Locke’s Loft reopened their indoor dining spaces on Monday, April 19th to students and staff. The indoor dining capacity matches New York City’s procedures of 50% capacity. The decision was made in conjunction with the consistent drop in positive test results within the Manhattan College community. The email from Jaspers Return from Thursday … Continue reading Locke’s Loft Opens Indoor Dining at 50% Capacity

Jasper Jams: Post-Springfest Playlist

by, Gabriella DePinho & Emily Rumsey, Senior Writer & Contributor While this year’s Springfest looked a lot different than years past, students still had the chance to enjoy live music, albeit virtually. Grammy-nominated alternative artist Phoebe Bridgers took Jaspers’ screens by storm with beautiful lyricism, insightful commentary and lots of guitar changes and you can read more about it on page (wherever the article is). … Continue reading Jasper Jams: Post-Springfest Playlist

Manhattan Baseball Still Soul Searching In Midst of MAAC Season

by, Pete Janny, Sports Editor The return of Manhattan baseball to Van Cortlandt Park has made for one of the better highlights of the academic year thus far. The excitement being generated around the program has been a breath of fresh air during the dog days of the semester. The Jaspers are currently 3-11 overall with a 3-3 record at VCP. Their first win of … Continue reading Manhattan Baseball Still Soul Searching In Midst of MAAC Season