Men’s Lacrosse ‘Culture’ is Changing Perception of Program

by, Pete Janny, Sports Editor There’s a different type of buzz surrounding the Manhattan men’s lacrosse program that has been missing over the last decade if not longer. The rapid growth of the program has made for the best story out of Manhattan athletics this school year and perhaps even in recent memory. Far from an urban pastime, the Jaspers are making lacrosse cool in … Continue reading Men’s Lacrosse ‘Culture’ is Changing Perception of Program

Health Services Offers Pop-up Vaccine Clinic

by Katie Heneghan, Zoe DeFazio, & Caroline McCarthy, Web Editor, Staff Writer & Asst. Features Editor One Manhattan announced an on-campus pop-up clinic provided by Village Apothecary for 500 first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. The clinic was open to administer vaccinations to staff, students and Bronx “neighbors” as stated in an email sent to the Manhattan College community on April 19th. 250 people … Continue reading Health Services Offers Pop-up Vaccine Clinic

Breaking Down BLM

by, Zoe DeFazio, Staff Writer Black Lives Matter. This isn’t political. This is about human rights. This past year has been a whirlwind, especially with the continuation of the civil rights movement following the gruesome death of George Floyd. Making matters even more interesting, the Derek Chauvin trial is over and Chauvin has been found guilty of his crime. As much as we should rejoice … Continue reading Breaking Down BLM