Through the Jasper Lens : Manhatty’s Day

Every year without fail, on the weekend before spring break, Manhattan College students gather to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with off-campus get togethers in theirfestive outfits and green beads. A sea of green fills the streets as students celebrate the often proclaimed, “best day of the year.”To get a glimpse of how much the day means to students, The Quad asked Kevin Woods how he … Continue reading Through the Jasper Lens : Manhatty’s Day

Communication Clubs Hosts Arts & Entertainment Night

Artist Matty Schule smiles with his pen drawings at the Comm Club Event. LAUREN RAZIANO/THE QUADRANGLE By Lauren Raziano, Social Media Editor The communications club hosted the first student showcase social in collaboration with WRCM on Thursday, April 13th.  President Colin Ratner and Vice President Isaiah Rosario helped reserve Smith Auditorium and create an event where artists and performers could collaborate. Secretary and Treasurer of … Continue reading Communication Clubs Hosts Arts & Entertainment Night


Hello and happy Triangle week! I hope you enjoyed The Quad’s yearly satire issue for April Fool’s day. I’ve recently learned that the yearly Triangle edition was started by former Editor-in-Chief and MC alum Colleen ArcherTalay ‘82. The Triangle is something I look forward to each year. I hope that among the nonsense, we were able to brighten your day with a smile or a … Continue reading LETTER from the EDITOR

Riverdale Rises: Artizen Cafe Has Workspace and Love

Artizen Cafe on Riverdale Ave combines artisan goods and coffee with a co-working space. LAUREN RAZIANO/THE QUADRANGLE By, Lauren Raziano, Multimedia Editor  Combining a boutique co-working space with artisanal coffee and goods, Artizen Cafe offers a new curated atmosphere for the Riverdale community. Co-founders Adam Castillo and Maria Liriano shared their love for coffee and community with The Quadrangle. The Artizen name is the amalgamation of  … Continue reading Riverdale Rises: Artizen Cafe Has Workspace and Love

New Creative Writing Concentration Announced by English Department

English 110 Publication Celebration from 2023. MANHATTAN COLLEGE/COURTESY By Lauren Raziano, Multimedia Editor The English Department has announced its first concentration within the department. The English major degree with a creative writing concentration provides students an opportunity to earn a 33-credit English Bachelor of Arts degree with a writing focus on creativity. Chair of the English Department, Dr. Adam Kohler, worked with other faculty members … Continue reading New Creative Writing Concentration Announced by English Department

MC Celebrates Second Annual Jasper Day of Wellness

Isabel Cameron and Kelly Cwick enjoy smoothies from Dining Services. LAURENRAZIANO / THEQUADRANGLE By Lauren Raziano, Multimedia Editor Coordinated with the Wellbeing & Flourishing Council, Student Government held their second annual Jasper Day of Wellness (JDOW) on March 22.  Students Emilia O’Neill and Alixandria James worked with Esmilda Abreu-Hornbostel, Associate Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students, and other administrators to create events … Continue reading MC Celebrates Second Annual Jasper Day of Wellness

Riverdale Rises: Pearl Dynastea

By, Lauren Raziano, Asst. Sports Editor/Web Editor Opening last summer on Riverdale Avenue, Pearl Dynastea offers Taiwanese bubble tea and a range of fresh steamed buns and pastries.  Darren Zhang, assistant manager of Pearl Dynastea, spoke with The Quadrangle about the business.  “We opened last summer and have been here for about seven or eight months,” Zhang said.  Currently, Pearl Dynastea offers over 40 drink … Continue reading Riverdale Rises: Pearl Dynastea

Jasper Talks: Jasper Games of the Week

By: Lauren Raziano, Multimedia Editor & Isaiah Rosario, Sports Editor Men’s Soccer Jasper’s men’s soccer team has had a tough first few games. Their first two matchups between Holy Cross went 1-1 and against George Washington, they went 2-2.  At their first match at home on Sept. 1st against La Salle, the team went 0-2. This game was Daniel Polakowshi’s first start of the season in … Continue reading Jasper Talks: Jasper Games of the Week

 So…Who Got Struck by Q-pid?

By, Lauren Raziano & Adrianne Hutto, Web Editor & Asst. Sports Editor & Production Editor Students know how difficult it can be to find “the one,” especially while going to a smaller college in a large city. During the month of February, a few staff members revived the “Q-pid” column and asked students to fill out a survey. The survey included questions about  their favorite … Continue reading  So…Who Got Struck by Q-pid?