Jaspers Combat Food Insecurity with Dining Dollar Donations

By, Megan LaCreta, Asst. Features Editor On Oct. 7, Residence Life sent out an email to students titled “Food Insecurity on Campus” to readdress the continuously serious issue of food availability to all members of college campuses. According to the email from Residence Life, “Food insecurity refers to inadequate or unreliable access to affordable, nutritious food. Food insecurity impacts about 15% of college students according … Continue reading Jaspers Combat Food Insecurity with Dining Dollar Donations

Cristina Pérez Jiménez Receives U.S. Latino Digital Humanities Grant for Innovative Project

By, Nicole Fitzsimmons & Kyla Guifoil, News Editor & Asst. News Editor Cristina Pérez Jiménez, Ph.D., assistant professor of English at Manhattan College, is one of nine to receive a research stipend in the prestigious U.S. Latino Digital Humanities Grants-in-Aid program. This will help further her research and development of her own digital humanities project focusing on her project, “the Latino Catskills.” Alongside the help … Continue reading Cristina Pérez Jiménez Receives U.S. Latino Digital Humanities Grant for Innovative Project

OneManhattan Gears Up for Flu Season

By, Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor The winter months approaching leads us to a new challenge: how to handle any possible COVID outbreaks in the midst of getting used to in-person instruction. Manhattan College is taking necessary steps to ensure that the campus overcomes flu and cold season while still facing a worldwide pandemic. In an email sent out by OneManhattan to the college community on … Continue reading OneManhattan Gears Up for Flu Season

Matthew Glassman Receives Final Scholarship for Men’s Basketball

by Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor With a basketball and dreams of playing at the division one level in college, senior management major Matthew Glassman worked diligently to fulfill his goals. Beginning his career as a freshman walk-on, Glassman became captain his junior year and is now in his fourth year on the Manhattan College Men’s Basketball team. Through the support of his teammates, coaches and … Continue reading Matthew Glassman Receives Final Scholarship for Men’s Basketball

O’Malley Showcases Hayden Greene’s Exhibit 

by Lauren Raziano, Social Media Editor As the Director of the Multicultural Center and a prize-winning, fine art photographer, Hayden Greene has many talents. Currently, Greene has pieces on display in the O’Malley library from his three collections: “Magritte Reimagined,” “Wanderlust” and “By Any Mean Essential.” Greene’s chosen medium is photography because he says with photos, he is able to capture the world as art … Continue reading O’Malley Showcases Hayden Greene’s Exhibit 

Who is Jasper Clan?

by Isaiah Rosario & Victor Franco, Staff Writers @TheJasperClan has been the buzz amongst social media amongst the students here on campus the past couple of weeks. @TheJasperClan is an anonymous Instagram account where students can find comedic memes about the college and the surrounding area. As of October 15, the @TheJasperClan Instagram account has 1,206 followers. The Quad spoke on Google Meet with the account’s … Continue reading Who is Jasper Clan?

Jasper Jams: Songs for Your Commute 

by Nicole Rodriguez, Production Editor As we reach the midpoint of the semester, the workload and stress levels have significantly increased. While students residing on campus have the luxury of being a short walk away from their classrooms, commuters have an additional stress: commuting. As a commuter, I find myself needing an extra boost in the morning now more than ever. Below is a compilation … Continue reading Jasper Jams: Songs for Your Commute 

CVPJ’s, the Pajamas You Can Wear to Class

by Jocelyn Visnov, Asst. Production Editor If you miss wearing your pajamas to class, you’re not alone. Luckily, senior marketing major Caroline Voigt has a solution.  Meet CVPJs: the luxury pajamas you can wear to work. This small business created by Voigt focuses on combining the comfort of your favorite pajamas, with the style and cut of business casual attire.  “The idea is that they’re … Continue reading CVPJ’s, the Pajamas You Can Wear to Class

Chicago Católico with Dr. Deborah Kanter

by Angelina Persaud, Staff Writer In honor of Hispanic heritage month, widely acclaimed author and professor emerita Deborah Kanter P.h.D led a virtual presentation on Mexican immigration and its profound impact on Chicago’s Roman Catholic parishes. The event was co-sponsored by multiple organizations including the religious studies department, the Manhattan College Diversity Council and Campus Ministry and Social Action.  Kanter is an emerita professor of … Continue reading Chicago Católico with Dr. Deborah Kanter