Winterfest Awakens Jasper Nation

by ALYSSA VELAZQUEZ, Production Editor The Battle of the Bronx is an event that many look forward to watching as the Manhattan College Jaspers face off against their local rivals, the Fordham University Rams. However, this year there was more the fans had to look forward to when it came to gameday. On Saturday, Dec. 1 the first Manhattan College Winterfest was held by Manhattan … Continue reading Winterfest Awakens Jasper Nation

Walking Out to be Believed

by Alyssa Velazquez Editor If you noticed a significant number of students and faculty wearing black on Monday, Sept. 24  and a group of people sitting on the steps of Smith Auditorium around 1 p.m., note that there was a reason. In light of the recent allegations being made toward Judge Brett Kavanaugh people across the country have been responding in a number of ways. For Manhattan … Continue reading Walking Out to be Believed

39th Annual Manhattan College Games Held on Campus

by ALYSSA VELAZQUEZ, Editor On April 28 the kinesiology department and academic fraternity Phi Epsilon Kappa hosted the annual Manhattan College Games in Draddy Gymnasium. The games are an event for people of all ages who have mental or physical disabilities where participants are guided through a series of non-competitive games. Throughout the event participants from different neighboring agencies had the opportunity to be involved in … Continue reading 39th Annual Manhattan College Games Held on Campus

From Bugs to Bakeries: Meet Joe Liggio

by ALYSSA VELAZQUEZ, Editor Editor’s Note: “Voices from the Quad” is a new column that offers an in-depth look on a Quadrangle reporter’s career with the student newspaper. The staff of the Quadrangle are a group of students who often have the opportunity to get the inside scoop on different activities and events that occur within the community and then deliver this news to the student … Continue reading From Bugs to Bakeries: Meet Joe Liggio

¡Puerto Rico se Levanta!

I remember sitting in my classes that day, with my phone out, refreshing a webpage every few minutes. I was watching my island slowly be consumed by a force of nature far stronger than I could have ever imagined. Watching the deep red circles, being projected by the weather doppler radar, crawl from the east side of the island to the west. Slowly watching my … Continue reading ¡Puerto Rico se Levanta!

Opening Dinner Kicks off Black History Month

The Multicultural Center at Manhattan College strives to embrace and celebrate every culture, ethnicity, sexuality, religion and identity. On Feb. 5, the center hosted The Black History Month Opening Dinner to commence a month of events related to black culture. To start off the dinner, Hayden Greene, Director of the Multicultural Affairs and Coordinator of the Multicultural Center, introduced Deputy Bronx Borough President Marricka Scott-McFadden … Continue reading Opening Dinner Kicks off Black History Month

First Student Assembly Meeting for the Spring Semester

Manhattan College’s Student Government held their first Student Assembly meeting of the semester this past Wednesday, Jan. 24. Discussions during this meeting ranged from the college’s new hashtag, #JaspersFoodShare, the new campus life channel and plans for senior week. The meeting commenced with the swearing-in of new members of the student court that was supposed to take place during the past fall semester, but was … Continue reading First Student Assembly Meeting for the Spring Semester

The Ins and Outs of Public Safety

by Alyssa Velazquez  Editor We all our familiar with the officers that help aid in the protection of faculty and students on the Manhattan College campus. But what are the qualifications Manhattan College’s public safety officers go through before they are out patrolling the campus. One of the most important aspects of having a college campus located in one of the most populated cities in the … Continue reading The Ins and Outs of Public Safety

Track & Field Rookie Anuoluwapo Awonusi

Born and raised in Carlow, Ireland, freshman Anuoluwapo Awonusi would have never picture himself to participating in Track & Field at college in New York City. Anuoluwapo, more commonly known by his nickname “Anu”, is both a shot-putter and a discus thrower at Manhattan College. Being at the college for only one semester, there is no telling what Anu can do within the next three … Continue reading Track & Field Rookie Anuoluwapo Awonusi