More Vendors Join Jasper Dollars Plan

It was easy to miss, but last Monday the administration released in an MC announcements email an updated list of eight merchants that accept Jasper dollars, or off-campus dining dollars that are a part of the campus meal plan. The full list is comprised of Dunkin Donuts, Planet Wings, Jasper Deli, Goodfellas Pizza, New Riverdale Gourmet Deli, Generico’s Pizzeria & Café, Lee’s 2 Chinese Kitchen … Continue reading More Vendors Join Jasper Dollars Plan

Fall Prospects for MC Soccer

The Manhattan College men’s soccer team got its second off-season win on Sunday in a scrimmage against the Queen’s College Knights. In addition to an opposing lineup of large, physical players, the Jaspers had to play through driving rain and powerful winds. “The weather played a huge factor,” said sophomore center-midfielder Josh Binfield. “Anybody can win.” Center-midfielder and team captain Tommy Amos, however, put any … Continue reading Fall Prospects for MC Soccer

Soccer Team Preps for Next Season

The Manhattan College men’s soccer team got its second off-season win on Sunday in a scrimmage against the Queen’s College Knights. In addition to an opposing lineup of large, physical players, the Jaspers had to play through driving rain and powerful winds. “The weather played a huge factor,” said sophomore center-midfielder Josh Binfield. “Anybody can win.” Center-midfielder and team captain Tommy Amos, however, put any … Continue reading Soccer Team Preps for Next Season

Student Author Pens First Novella

The feet of snow and unforgiving cold are enough to damper anyone’s mood, but uplifting spirits is a specialty of John Evans’. In his debut novella, “All the Best Things”, that is exactly what he does. Through beautiful prose and imagery that tickles the mind’s eye, Evans, an English major at Manhattan College, constructs a narrative devoted to the condition of the youth in turmoil. … Continue reading Student Author Pens First Novella

From Passion to Project: MC Volunteers Teach ESOL

As a Manhattan College kinesiology professor by day and an ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) instructor by night, Christoph Lienert is a man of many trades. Every week, Lienert and two MC students take the trip down to Joseph H. Wade intermediate school to volunteer teaching English, a service hosted by the Community Association of Progressive Dominicans. “It feels good to volunteer and do something useful … Continue reading From Passion to Project: MC Volunteers Teach ESOL