By, Jocelyn Visnov, Editor-in-Chief Dear readers, Hello and happy Issue 2! Within this week’s issue we have news updates on the state of student residence halls, information about local Riverdale restaurants, and an article featuring Pat Kehrberger ‘69, MC’s first female student.. As you’ll see on the front cover, we’re announcing the artist who will perform at this year’s Springfest concert! The annual Springfest carnival … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
By, Kyla Guilfoil, Managing Editor & Sports Editor The Manhattan College men’s lacrosse team received their championship rings and saw their banner hung last month in Draddy Gymnasium in honor of their 2022 MAAC Championship win. The Jaspers took the title for the first time in 20 years last spring, beating St. Bonaventure University with a score of 8-7. Justin Malpica, who is back for … Continue reading Men’s Lacrosse Rocks New Hardware, Look to Defend the MAAC Title
By, Kyla Guilfoil, Managing Editor/Sports Editor The Jaspers’ women’s basketball team snagged a road win at Canisius, but fell to Quinnipiac days later at home. With a 7-12 record, the team faces pressure to perform in their remaining 10 games of the season. On Jan. 21, the Jaspers took a 64-48 win against Canisius, taking control of the Golden Griffith’s court early on into the … Continue reading Women’s Basketball Steals a Win at Canisius, Falls to Quinnipiac
By, Maddie Mulkigian, Senior Writer The added anxiety surrounding the rivalry match-up between the Manhattan Jaspers and the Iona Gaels reached its climax on Friday, Feb. 20, as 2,345 fans entered Draddy Gymnasium. This game was vital to the Jaspers’ standing in the MAAC Conference and the ultimate test of whether or not the Jaspers could match up against Rick Pitino’s talented squad. On top … Continue reading Masiello Returns to Draddy in Rivalry Match-Up
By, Karen Flores, Arts and Entertainment Editor Manhattan College’s Daniel Schreier made his return to the court nearly four years after a series of surgeries kept him benched from Feb. 2019 until Dec. 2022. Schreier, graduate student and forward player for MC’s basketball team, returned to the court on Dec. 30, 2022 in the team’s match-up against St. Peter’s. Basketball has been a significant part … Continue reading Basketball Player Daniel Schreier Returns to the Court in Inspiring Recovery
By, Grace Cardinal, Asst. News Editor Contraband found their sound on a hot night in Horan Hall in late September 2022. According to sophomore guitar player Matt Regalado, the band would’ve never come together if he hadn’t made the decision to live on campus this year. “It was like two in the morning and I couldn’t sleep, so I went to my common room in … Continue reading Coming Together: The Origin of Contraband!
By, Zoe DeFazio, Web Editor Manhattan College has many groups of students hoping to share their musical talents with the community. One of these groups is the MC campus ministry. MCs campus ministry is committed to performing beautiful songs for all to hear. MC’s music ministry is composed of vocalists and instrumentalists that play a variety of instruments such as flutes, violins, cellos and clarinets. … Continue reading Music Ministry Prepares to Take the Stage
By, Grace Cardinal, Asst. News Editor It’s that time of year again! Manhattan College Players return with a production of “Almost, Maine!” for their spring play, taking the stage on March 3, 4 and 5. “Almost, Maine!” is a show written by John Cariani. It is going to be a student-run production allowing the cast to have full creative control over the production. Students are … Continue reading Manhattan College Players Return for Spring with “Almost, Maine!
A typical latte and tea at the local Moss Café located on Johnson Ave. MOSSCAFE/COURTESY By, Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer This hole-in-the-wall café stands a few blocks away from the campus of Manhattan College with inviting staff and a menu consisting of completely housemade and self-grown ingredients. Not only does Moss Cafe prioritize their menu, the local spot also strives to give back to its … Continue reading Moss Café Helps Grow the Community