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Remembering Christian Gallante ‘23 

By, Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Christian Gallante, a junior at Manhattan College, lover of history and a beloved friend, son and classmate, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Thursday, March 24. He was 20.  Gallante was born on Dec. 21, 2001 at St. John’s Hospital in Queens, New York to Marie E. Guadarrama and Joseph R. Gallante. He attended St. John’s Preparatory School in Astoria, Queens, and … Continue reading Remembering Christian Gallante ‘23 

LWGRC Creates New Podcast

By, Maria Thomas and Alexandrea Velez, Staff Writer and Contributor If your morning commute has been boring you lately, the LWGRC has you covered with an inspired new podcast. Two interns at the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center (LWGRC), sophomore Emilia O’Neill and junior Caitlin Lambe, started The LWGRC Podcast in conjunction with the center, which focuses on bringing feminism, social justice and representation … Continue reading LWGRC Creates New Podcast

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Breaking: NYPD Says MC Student has Died After Fall From Horan Hall

This is a developing story and more information is to come.  By, Jilleen Barrett, Managing editor and Features editor & Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Christian Gallante, a junior at Manhattan College, has died after falling from Horan Hall on Thursday March 24, according to the New York Police Department.  The New York Police Department 50th Precinct responded to an incident outside of Horan Hall after a … Continue reading Breaking: NYPD Says MC Student has Died After Fall From Horan Hall

Taking Lessons from MC, Lynn Martin ‘98 Leads the New York Stock Exchange as Second Female President

By, Christine Nappi, Senior Writer Lynn Martin ‘98 recently began her tenure as president of the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 3, 2022 – making her the second female in history to lead the exchange.  As the 68th president of the NYSE, Lynn will oversee the exchange itself and the entire NYSE Group. According to an article from the NYSE, this includes four electronic … Continue reading Taking Lessons from MC, Lynn Martin ‘98 Leads the New York Stock Exchange as Second Female President

Slice of Social Justice Event Shifts Focus on Finance and the Gender Investment Gap

By, Maddie Johnson, Senior Writer On March 25, the Lasallian Women and Gender Center, Campus Ministry of Social Action and the Investment Club came together to co-host a Slice of Social Justice event about the gender investment gap. Students gathered in the Social Action Suite in Kelly Commons to watch Claire Lovell give a presentation about the meaning of investing, the future of cryptocurrency and … Continue reading Slice of Social Justice Event Shifts Focus on Finance and the Gender Investment Gap

 Jasper Baseball Faces Off With Canisius in Season Opener

By, Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief  Jasper Baseball beat Canisius in their first MAAC game of the 2022 season. The team took a 2-1 win in the first game of a weekend series against Canisius on Friday, March 25.  Matt Padre brought home the winning run in the ninth inning, after junior Pete Durocher delivered a one-out single through the left side. The win against Canisius sets … Continue reading  Jasper Baseball Faces Off With Canisius in Season Opener

Jaspers Track & Field Closed Out the Indoor Season at the ECAC/IC4A Championships

By Kelly Cwik, Staff Writer The Jaspers Track & Field Team closed out the first indoor track season since 2019-2020 at the ECAC/IC4A Championships. The team traveled to Boston University to compete on March 5 and 6.  At the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC), the women’s track and field team tied for 18th place out of 21 teams on day two of the competition. On … Continue reading Jaspers Track & Field Closed Out the Indoor Season at the ECAC/IC4A Championships

Award Winning Filmmaker and Actress Visits MC for DAsH Event

By Mars Ross, Photography Editor  Allyson Morgan, a writer, producer and actress, came to speak at Manhattan College last Thursday to give insight into building a sustainable life in the world of art and film production. During the event she also screened two of her short films, one of which is commissioned by 20th Digital Studio and is airing on Hulu.  Not only does Morgan … Continue reading Award Winning Filmmaker and Actress Visits MC for DAsH Event

Voices on The Quad: Students Talk Housing Issues

By Jilleen Barrett, Features Editor/Managing Editor The middle of spring semester always means arranging plans for the next school year, and one of the major discussions on campus right now amongst sophomores and juniors is whether or not to continue living in residence halls. Many issues regarding Residence Life and Physical Plant have been brought up during these discussions. These issues range from the inconvenience … Continue reading Voices on The Quad: Students Talk Housing Issues