Supporting Bronx Fire Victims: MC Embraces LaSallian Values and Gives Back Amid Tragedy

By Christine Nappi, Senior Writer The fire that erupted in a Bronx apartment building on Jan. 9 in the Fordham Heights injured and took the lives of many — leaving those who survived with no belongings or place to call home. This tragedy, while spurring feelings of heartbreak, loss and grief, also enacted feelings of empathy amongst others, including those in the Manhattan College and … Continue reading Supporting Bronx Fire Victims: MC Embraces LaSallian Values and Gives Back Amid Tragedy

Voices on the Quad: Online Start to the Semester

By Maria Thomas, Senior Writer Anthony Mastrogiacomo ‘23 How do you feel about the first week of classes being online? I feel that online classes for the first week is a great idea because it allows for people to settle in, and if they have tested positive within a few days of the year starting, they will not be missing class. On the other hand, … Continue reading Voices on the Quad: Online Start to the Semester

Jaspers Win Six Events at the MLK Tribute Invitational and Two Athletes Named Field Athletes of the Week

By Lauren Raziano, Asst. Sports Editor/Web Editor The Manhattan College Track & Field team had great success at the MLK Tribute Invitational this weekend, with a record six wins for the men’s team and two athletes named MAAC Field Athletes of the Week.  At the MLK Tribute Invitational, hosted by St. John’s University at the Ocean Breeze Complex, the men’s track and field team posted … Continue reading Jaspers Win Six Events at the MLK Tribute Invitational and Two Athletes Named Field Athletes of the Week

Graham Walker, Beloved MC Professor, Dies at 66

Kyla Guilfoil and Kelly Kennedy, Editor-in-Chief & Social Media Editor Graham Walker, Ph.D, professor of mechanical engineering, avid researcher,  supportive advisor for Manhattan College students, and  the 2006 Distinguished Lasallian Educator of the Year, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Monday, Jan. 17. He was 66.  Walker was born on Dec. 31, 1955 in Ellon, Scotland to Christina Reid and James Adam Walker. After receiving his … Continue reading Graham Walker, Beloved MC Professor, Dies at 66

2022 Commencement Ceremony to be Held in New Jersey

Caroline McCarthy and Jilleen Barrett, Sports Editor and Features Editor Spring 2022 Manhattan College graduates will not walk the stage in New York, but rather in New Jersey this year — likely in the Meadowlands Exposition Center. Due to rising concerns of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 and fears from the administration of New York City restrictions, Manhattan College has opted not to have the … Continue reading 2022 Commencement Ceremony to be Held in New Jersey

Jaspers Return: Spring Semester Classes to Begin Online

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief According to a One Manhattan email yesterday afternoon, the spring semester will begin remotely, with students attending class online from Jan. 19 to 25.  This decision was announced on Friday, Jan. 14 via email from the One Manhattan co-chairs: Esmilda Abreu-Hornbostel, Interim Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students, Tamara Britt, Vice President for Legal and External Affairs/Chief of … Continue reading Jaspers Return: Spring Semester Classes to Begin Online