Jasper Highlights of the Week

By Caroline McCarthy, Sports Editor/Managing Editor Men’s Soccer Men’s soccer improved to a 4-1-1 MAAC record this week after defeating the reigning champions, Marist College, in a 2-1 match. Anthony Denis, a junior defender for the Jaspers, scored the game winning goal in the 73rd minute of the match.  After a scoreless first half, Marist’s Demarre Montoute was issued a red card, leaving the Foxes … Continue reading Jasper Highlights of the Week

Jasper Jams: Midnights Mayhem with Megan

By Megan LaCreta, Arts and Entertainment Editor Taylor Swift released her highly anticipated album “Midnights” on Friday, Oct. 21. As a near life-long Swiftie and The Quadrangle’s Arts and Entertainment Editor, I felt that it was my civic duty to let you all know my every thought on this album. Well, the results are in, and I’m happy to report that “Midnights” is a Quadrangle-certified … Continue reading Jasper Jams: Midnights Mayhem with Megan

Tobalá Serves Up Authentic Artisan Oaxacan Cuisine

By Angelica Niedermeyer, Asst. Sports Editor  High wooden beam ceilings, woven chairs and clay pots welcome diners into the Mezcal (smoked tequila) filled bar along with a warm hostess and friendly bartenders. The vision- artisan Oaxaca decor and cuisine from southwestern Mexico. Located on Riverdale Avenue, Tobalá, a Mexican restaurant and bar opened its doors on  Sept. 12, 2022. Tobalá is family owned and operated … Continue reading Tobalá Serves Up Authentic Artisan Oaxacan Cuisine

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers,  I hope you are all finished with midterms and able to take a fresh breath of relief! This week at The Quadrangle, we dove into stories about the latest Epsilon Sigma Pi induction, MC’s participation in the city’s Breast Cancer Awareness Walk and give you a deep dive on MC’s new men’s basketball coach.  If you are involved on campus and would like … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

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Masiello Terminated Days Before Madness, Two Weeks Before Start of Season

Perez and Masiello embrace after defeating first-seed Iona in the final seconds last season. Gerald Rodriguez/COURTESY By, Caroline McCarthy, Managing Editor/Sports Editor Head basketball coach Stephen Masiello was fired from the Jaspers just 13 days before the start of their season, as announced on Tuesday, Oct. 25.  This would have been Masiello’s 12th season at Manhattan College, but now, days before Manhattan Madness, the school’s … Continue reading Masiello Terminated Days Before Madness, Two Weeks Before Start of Season

Epsilon Sigma Pi Sets Record Number of Inductees in 2022

By Isaiah Rosario and Andrew Mannion, Staff Writers Epsilon Sigma Pi, the highest scholastic honor society at Manhattan College, welcomed a record high number of 225 new inductees this past weekend, according to manhattan.edu. Epsilon Sigma Pi is open to all undergraduates students of all programs. Induction into this honor society requires a cumulative grade point average of no less than a 3.5.  Executive Vice … Continue reading Epsilon Sigma Pi Sets Record Number of Inductees in 2022

President Emeritus Brennan O’Donnell Takes On a New Role

By Mack Olmsted, Asst. Production Editor Manhattan College’s president emeritus, Brennan O’Donnell, Ph.D, has recently been selected to join the board of trustees at Misericordia University. O’Donnell was president of Manhattan College from 2009 to 2022.  O’Donnell was one of three new board of trustees members that were appointed by Misericordia University.  Interim President Brother Daniel Gardner, who took on the role of president after … Continue reading President Emeritus Brennan O’Donnell Takes On a New Role

“Chilling” with the Black Student Union

By Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer Jenga, s’mores, pizza, cotton candy and a campfire — what more could you ask for? This past Friday, the Black Student Union had its first event of the year: a “Chill Out,” which invited students of all races and ethnicities to release a little of the pent-up stress that builds up during midterms. Founded in 2017 and officially paired with … Continue reading “Chilling” with the Black Student Union

MC Students Tickled Pink For Charity At Breast Cancer Walk

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Manhattan College students from Greek life to athletes were present at the annual Breast Cancer Walk in Central Park on Sunday, Oct. 16. Some of the groups included Delta Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Delta Tau, The Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center and several sports teams.  For Delta Kappa Epsilon, participation in the Breast Cancer Walk is a tradition as the … Continue reading MC Students Tickled Pink For Charity At Breast Cancer Walk