Pre-Game Meals at What Cost

By, Anna Woods and Caroline McCarthy, Managing Editor and Sports Editor Food insecurity has been a topic of conversation in the Manhattan College athletic department this school year, as teams have faced issues with designated practice times interfering with shortened Locke’s Loft hours, resulting in lack of dinner for many student athletes. The men’s basketball team, however, seems to have found a loophole.  At a … Continue reading  Pre-Game Meals at What Cost

Manhattan Shortstop Makes Brooks Wallace Award Watchlist

By, Victor Franco, Staff Writer David Bermudez, a transfer from Rider University and a current Manhattan College graduate student, has been put on the watchlist for the Brooks Wallace Award. The highly prestigious award given by the College Baseball Foundation (CBF) aims to recognize the top college shortstop at the national level.  Bermudez has helped MC Baseball compete with other top schools in Division I … Continue reading Manhattan Shortstop Makes Brooks Wallace Award Watchlist

 Jessie Rising Named Valedictorian of the Class of 2022 

Jessie Rising posing for her softball team headshot. GOJASPERS/ COURTESY By Katie Heneghan, Senior Writer Senior Pitcher Jessie Rising of the Manhattan College softball team was recently named the Valedictorian of the Undergraduate Class of 2022. As a student-athlete, Rising has gone above and beyond the expectations of her peers, teammates and professors. In her four years at Manhattan, Rising has accumulated quite the resume … Continue reading  Jessie Rising Named Valedictorian of the Class of 2022 

The Jasper Dancers Make History at Nationals

By Megan LaCreta, Arts & Entertainment Editor The Jasper Dancers made history at the NDA Nationals Competition in Daytona Beach. Fl., making the D1 Jazz finals for the first time in program history. The team also ranked fourth in the nation for D1 Hip Hop, continuing a legacy of success in the genre since winning first place at their most recent Nationals competition in 2019. … Continue reading The Jasper Dancers Make History at Nationals

Saint Russo Rocks the Stage

By Mack Olmsted, Asst. Production Editor They rock, they roll, they are Saint Russo. Saint Russo is a band made up of five Manhattan College students, started by MC seniors lead guitarist Joseph Bruno and drummer Stamatis Gaglias. The idea of the band began back in Bruno’s and Gaglias’ sophomore year. They always talked about starting a band, but it wasn’t until their last semester … Continue reading Saint Russo Rocks the Stage

The First, Not the Last: MCPRSSA Participates in the Bateman Case Study Competition

By Nicole Rodriguez, Senior Writer Four students from the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Ally Mejia ‘22, Jana Clark ‘22, Michael Ficaro ‘22 and Madison Mulkigian ‘23, represented the college for the first time with their group submission for the 2022 Bateman Case Study Competition.  Originating in 1973, the Bateman Case Study Competition allows PRSSA members across the nation to exercise the analytical … Continue reading The First, Not the Last: MCPRSSA Participates in the Bateman Case Study Competition

SENIOR FAREWELLS

Christine Nappi Staff Writer | Features Editor | Senior Writer The one thing I wanted to do when coming into college was to write for the school newspaper. As the shy, nervous, excited, but ultimately determined freshman I was, I made it my mission to introduce myself to the editor of The Breeze, James Madison University’s student-led newspaper, and apply for a staff writer position. … Continue reading SENIOR FAREWELLS

The QUAD 10

Interviews compiled by: Jocelyn Visnov, Lauren Raziano, Karen Flores, Jilleen Barrett, Megan LaCreta, Kyla Guilfoil The Quad 10 issimilarto Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list, but on a Manhattan College scale. The ten following members of the graduating class of 2021 were chosen by the executive board of The Quadrangle assome of the best and brightestseniors MC has to offer. Ally Mejia Ally Mejia … Continue reading The QUAD 10

Manhattan College Hosts Accepted Students Day Since Two Year Hiatus 

By Maddie Johnson, Senior Writer This year marked an extraordinary set of Accepted Students Days for Manhattan College. The college opened its campus to high school students on March 30, April 6 and April 23 for informative in-person sessions about the school’s facilities and departments.   This time around, Accepted Students Days were crucial to growing the Jasper community considering this has been the first … Continue reading Manhattan College Hosts Accepted Students Day Since Two Year Hiatus