Civil Engineering Students Work with U.S. Department of Defense

By, Angelina Persaud & Lauren Raziano, Staff Writer & Social Media Editor Several Manhattan College civil engineering students have been given a $560,000 grant from the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) to perform geotechnical and environmental research in a partnership with the United States Department of Defense. The Department of Defense (DOD) project aims to analyze the soils of old military testing grounds … Continue reading Civil Engineering Students Work with U.S. Department of Defense

O’Malley Business Students Compete in NY College Fed Challenge

By, Katherine Heneghan, Web Editor Seven students in the O’Malley School of Business were led to the New York Fed Challenge over the course of the summer and fall semester by professor of economics and finance, Hany Guirguis, Ph.D. The challenge involves extensive preparation and a lengthy time commitment to research macroeconomic trends. “The New York Fed Challenge is a competition among different colleges in … Continue reading O’Malley Business Students Compete in NY College Fed Challenge

Thanksgiving Break Traditions Return to Normal

By, Josh Grewal & Kelly Kennedy, Staff Writer & Asst. Social Media Editor As we approach the first Thanksgiving with less restrictions that students will be experiencing since the pandemic started, different procedures and precautions will be put in motion at the college during break to ensure students and workers can safely return home for the holiday. Provost Steven Schreiner, Ph.D., states that this break … Continue reading Thanksgiving Break Traditions Return to Normal

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers, These past two weeks have been incredibly exciting for us Jaspers. On November 2nd one of our articles, “Manhattan College Opens Its Doors To Unvaccinated Coach,” was featured in The New York Post. Congratulations to Cari McCarthy and Maddie Mulkigan for all of their hardwork! On top of that, our men’s basketball team won the annual Battle of the Bronx against Fordham on … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

O’Malley School of Business Announces a New Masters in Accounting

By, Jocelyn Visnov & Mack Olmstead, Asst. Production Editor & Staff Writer The O’Malley School of Business recently announced their brand new Master of Science In Accounting (MSA) program, coming to Manhattan College in the fall semester of 2022. The new MSA program reaches out for a large audience as it opens the door for non-business students, not to mention also allowing students from outside … Continue reading O’Malley School of Business Announces a New Masters in Accounting

Jasper Basketball Comes Back to Draddy With Successful Double Header

By, Isaiah Rosario, Staff Writer Jasper basketball is back! Men and women’s basketball made their season debut on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at Manhattan College’s home court. Men’s basketball returned to Draddy Gymnasium after a 7-13 2020-21 season. The Jaspers are looking for a fresh start after their under .500 season last year with their home opener versus the Manhattanville Valiants. The Jaspers started the game … Continue reading Jasper Basketball Comes Back to Draddy With Successful Double Header

Jaspers Shock Fordham in Battle of the Bronx Classic

By, Pete Janny, Senior Writer It’s been nearly two years since Fordham and Manhattan last met. Since then, a lot has changed for both Bronx Division I programs who have seen a plethora of players transfer in since their last meeting. But on this night it was the Jaspers who extended their winning streak against Fordham coming away with a thrilling 66-60 win over their … Continue reading Jaspers Shock Fordham in Battle of the Bronx Classic

Dedication Ceremony is Held for Higgins Engineering and Science Center

By, Angelina Persaud, Staff Writer The formal dedication of the Patricia and Cornelius J. Higgins ‘62 Engineering and Science Center marked a significant achievement in alumni contributions and a revitalization in campus life to the Manhattan College community.  The original plans for the science and engineering center were created in 2015 and had undergone extensive research and consultation in order to officially come to fruition.  … Continue reading Dedication Ceremony is Held for Higgins Engineering and Science Center