College Policy Targets Illegal Downloads

Every year, millions of songs are illegally downloaded from peer to peer file-sharing sites. With statistics like that, it is understandable why Manhattan College sends out the yearly notice to the student body about the potential ramifications of illegally downloading files over the college’s networks. “We are required by law to give you guys [students] that notice,” Dean of Students Michael Carey said. Students recently received an … Continue reading College Policy Targets Illegal Downloads

Does the SAFE Act Live Up to Its Name?

Growing up in New York City, I never gave second thought to gun laws. However, a trip to a firing range in Winterhaven, Florida changed a 21-year outlook. As I boarded a plane bound for Tampa International Airport, the idea of going to a gun range was present but it was an afterthought if anything. Going to the range would be great, but not a … Continue reading Does the SAFE Act Live Up to Its Name?

Students, Faculty Adjust to Path Closure

For students who have had class in Leo and RLC, the path past the Waldo parking lot has been the lifeline that connects North and South campus, but as of recent, that path is closed for construction. The path closure, with the combination of snow and a new semester, is something that students will have to adjust to over time. According to an email sent … Continue reading Students, Faculty Adjust to Path Closure

MC to Limit Student Printing

Most students thought that printing on campus was unlimited and that would never change, but students may be prevented from printing if a printing cap is put in place. In the near future this could be a very real thing for the students who exceed the printing limits that the school hopes to put in place to stop students from rampant printing. “When we looked … Continue reading MC to Limit Student Printing