Letter from the Editor

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Dear Readers, I write to you with great sadness for the loss of one of our community members. Christian Gallante, a junior at MC, tragically passed away last Thursday after a fall from Horan Hall. Myself, and the entire Quadrangle staff, extend our deepest condolences to Christian’s family and friends.  I am personally heartbroken to hear of such a tragic loss, … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

Shared Governance Panel Points to Developing Policies at MC

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief  The Manhattan College Shared Governance Working Group hosted a forum with guest speakers Steven Bahls, president of Augustana College, and Mark Criley, senior program officer at the Department of Academic Freedom, Tenure and Governance for the AAUP, on Wednesday, March 23.  The forum allowed Bahls and Criley to share their expertise on shared governance and offer suggestions to MC’s developing shared … Continue reading Shared Governance Panel Points to Developing Policies at MC

Finalists Selected for New VP of Student Life

By Christine Nappi, Senior Writer Students will be welcoming a new vice president of student life in the coming weeks.  Four finalists for the position were announced to the student body on March 20, after a months-long search process that began in Fall 2021. The finalists that remain are Stanley Singleton, Ph.D., Ronald Gray, Ph.D., Michael Hutmaker, Ph.D. and Adam Rockman, Ph.D.  “Of the four … Continue reading Finalists Selected for New VP of Student Life

 Brother Daniel Gardner Announced as Interim President 

Brother Gardner was announced as Interim President after O’Donnel stepped down. MANHATTAN.EDU/ COURTESY By, Katie Heneghan & Maddie Johnson, Senior Writers   Upon his announcement that he would be stepping down as president of Manhattan College, Brennan O’Donnell announced that Brother Daniel Gardner would step in as interim president starting in July.  Brother Daniel Gardner has worn many hats in his time at Manhattan College. … Continue reading  Brother Daniel Gardner Announced as Interim President 

Women’s Lacrosse Teams Success Against Delaware State

By, Angelina Persaud, Assistant News Editor   Manhattan College’s Women’s lacrosse team held a major success following their match against Delaware State, as the team picked up a total of eight goals across the second and third quarters, beating Delaware 15-8.  The preparation that went into the season was unparalleled and the athletes had to adapt their methods in order to gain maximum results. Specifically, … Continue reading Women’s Lacrosse Teams Success Against Delaware State

Jaspers Bounce Back

By, Isaiah Rosario, Assistant Sports Editor   After a rough start to the season, the Jaspers baseball team has found themselves only one game under a .500 in out-of-conference play. They started off the season 1-7 and found a way to bounce back, winning six of their last seven games in a series against Fairleigh Dickinson, Hofstra and St. Johns.  Pitcher Jordan Warecke spoke to The … Continue reading Jaspers Bounce Back

 Book Nook: The Ballerina Mindset by Megan Fairchild

By, Jilleen Barrett, Features Editor & Managing Editor My childhood was consumed by ballet classes, rehearsals and pointe shoe appointments. Though dance does not serve as a form of exercise in my life anymore, I’m still interested in ballet, and I go to Lincoln Center to see the New York City Ballet perform as much as I can.  Naturally, when principal dancer Megan Fairchild released … Continue reading  Book Nook: The Ballerina Mindset by Megan Fairchild

“Is Hip Hop Dead?”: A Tiny Talk with DJ Chuck Chill Out 

By Karen Flores, Asst. Features Editor Is hip hop dead? That’s the question the Multicultural Center set out to answer, in hosting this annual event with guest speaker DJ Chuck Chill Out on March 9, in memoriam of the death of hip hop artist Biggie Smalls. The “Is Hip Hop Dead?” event began with a short history of hip hop given by Hayden Greene, director … Continue reading “Is Hip Hop Dead?”: A Tiny Talk with DJ Chuck Chill Out