Commuter Fashion Finds – Style for on the Go

With the incoming fall weather shifting between cool mornings and warm afternoons, students have had to find creative ways to stay stylish yet suited for the weather. For commuter students, maintaining their personal style while traveling is essential to capturing the post-summer, pre-autumn aesthetic. Interviews compiled by Angelina Persaud. Wafa Quhshi ‘24 Exercise Science Major Which item in your wardrobe represents your personality the most? “I … Continue reading Commuter Fashion Finds – Style for on the Go

Jasper Jams: Hispanic Heritage Month Edition

by Nicole Rodriguez, Production Editor Hispanic Heritage Month is upon us. From Sept. 15 – Oct. 15, we celebrate the contributions, history and culture of Hispanic and Latinx communities in the United States and what better way to immerse yourself in a culture than to listen to its music! Below is a mixture of some classics that have shaped me into who I am today, … Continue reading Jasper Jams: Hispanic Heritage Month Edition

Unwind with the Multicultural Center’s Serenity and Coffee Talks

by Zoe DeFazio & Josh Grewal, Staff Writers The Multicultural Center will be hosting a “serenity hour” every Friday morning at 8:30 am. Following the serenity talk, the Multicultural Center also offers the opportunity for students to drink coffee and chat amongst each other. The intention of the serenity talk is for students to have the ability to relax and unwind from the week in a … Continue reading Unwind with the Multicultural Center’s Serenity and Coffee Talks

Women in Business Club Empowers and Prepares Young Women to Succeed

by Caroline McCarthy & Sinead Fitzgibbon, Asst. Features Editor & Contributor Manhattan College’s Women in Business club (WIB) aims to prepare women to step into corporate America and experience professional development among like-minded peers. WIB offers a professional yet welcoming environment that aims to build connections and friendships that will help you through college and in your future career. According to club president Dayna McGinley, one … Continue reading Women in Business Club Empowers and Prepares Young Women to Succeed

Dune: A Fascinating Exploration of Ecology and Religion

by Kyla Guilfoil, Asst. News Editor Before the title “Dune” garnered worldwide attention due to the upcoming film starring Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya, it was a novel that transformed the genre of science fiction. Frank Herbert wrote “Dune” in 1963, five years after traveling to the north end of the Oregon Dunes, where he was inspired to incorporate the powerful characteristics of its ecology into … Continue reading Dune: A Fascinating Exploration of Ecology and Religion

Jaspers Remain on Top Against Rams

by Pete Janny, Sports Editor For four years and counting, the Manhattan men’s soccer team has reprised the same role in their favorite Bronx Tale. Beating their most hated rival Fordham three times in a row is a feeling unlike any other for Jorden Scott and his unproven team, even if it meant having to skip a year due to the pandemic. Despite normal early-season … Continue reading Jaspers Remain on Top Against Rams

Recent Storms Cause Damage to Athletic Facilities

By, Madalyn Johnson & Mack Olmsted, Web Editor & Staff Writer Since the summer months, water damage has impacted a few athletic facilities on campus. Leaking in the basketball film room in Alumni and water infiltration into the gym floor in Draddy is as a result of storms that hit the Northeast this summer. Since the start of the fall semester, more problems from recent … Continue reading Recent Storms Cause Damage to Athletic Facilities

Women’s Soccer Beats Delaware State in Final MAAC Tune-Up

By, Pete Janny, Sports Editor Non-conference play in college sports is by no means like the preseason for professional soccer from a competitive standpoint. There might be the basic commonality or two of trying to see how minutes should be distributed, or the need to get the new players acclimated to the system. But the dividing point between the two is that what happens in … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Beats Delaware State in Final MAAC Tune-Up

Manhattan College Guest Policy Updated for In-Person Semester

By, Isaiah Rosario & Karen Flores, Staff Writers Effective Monday, Sept. 13, Manhattan College students will now be allowed to bring guests from other residential halls into their own with new specific guidelines in place. During the day, residents are allowed to host only one visitor at a time in their room and only enrolled Manhattan College students can be signed in as “day guests.” Current … Continue reading Manhattan College Guest Policy Updated for In-Person Semester