MC Reacts to Queen Passing

By Angelina Perez, Contributor On Sept. 8, 2022 Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, the now former Queen of England, passed away. Many in the United Kingdom and around the world were hit with grief and sadness and had some thoughts on the matter. Manhattan College students from different parts of the world opened up and expressed their opinions on the former Queen’s reign.  Gabrielle Blair ’26, Philosophy … Continue reading MC Reacts to Queen Passing

Quadstock Showcases Student Talent

By Angelina Perez, Contributor ABBA tunes filled the air. Food trucks lined the parking lot. Students gathered together, and Quadstock kicked off the fall semester. Quadstock was hosted by Student Engagement on Sept. 2 on the Jasper lawn. John Bennett, assistant vice president of student life, explained the history of the event. “It was an event when I was a student 20 years ago, then … Continue reading Quadstock Showcases Student Talent

Manhattan College Golf Team Looks Toward Future Success With New Head Coach & Facilities

By Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor  The Manhattan College men’s golf team is expecting to rebuild itself in upcoming seasons with the addition of a new head coach and new facilities to practice and compete in. The new head coach, Keith Prokop, previously coached the Dominican University golf team and also has played golf at the professional level for about eight years. He won the CACC … Continue reading Manhattan College Golf Team Looks Toward Future Success With New Head Coach & Facilities

Sarah Sheehan: The Woman Behind the Stacks

By Lauren Raziano, Copy Editor/Web Editor The Tom and Mary Alice O’Malley Library is filled with stacks of books and wonderful people. One of the staff members of the O’Mally Library is the Director of Reference and Instruction, Sarah Sheehan MSLS, M.ED, AHIP. Sheehan has been with Manhattan College for six years, but has spent over 30 years being a librarian. She has always been … Continue reading Sarah Sheehan: The Woman Behind the Stacks

Letter From the Editor

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Welcome to fall! Well, almost. As the weather starts to turn towards my personal favorite season, I hope you all look forward to trading in flip flops for sweaters and popsicles for pumpkin spice.  With all the good that comes with a new season, there are also some challenges. We settle into a new routine, filled with classes, homework, extracurriculars, sports … Continue reading Letter From the Editor

Jasper Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Fall Season

By Angelica Niedermeyer, Asst. Sports Editor Manhattan College students cheer in the stands of Gaelic Park as the buzzer goes off and the scoreboard reads a Jaspers win for women’s soccer.  MC’s women’s soccer season kicks off with seven new players and a new assistant coach Kelly Conheeney.  The Jaspers have a .500 record with two wins and two losses and one tie. They are … Continue reading Jasper Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Fall Season

Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Assistant professor of communication, Arshia Anwer, Ph.D., was announced as the 2022 winner of The Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching. The ceremony was held last Tuesday and the award was given along with a $1,000 stipend.  Anwer has been at Manhattan College since 2016. As an important member of the communication department, she teaches many different classes amongst the … Continue reading Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

New Players Director Brings Broadway Talent to Manhattan College

By Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer After a successful spring season, Players, Manhattan College’s performing arts group, is stepping into the year with a new board of leaders and an entirely new director. Will Erat, a performer himself, is looking forward to getting to work with the program and collaborate with the community.  Erat has performed in both Off-Broadway and Broadway shows including “Catch Me if … Continue reading New Players Director Brings Broadway Talent to Manhattan College

Jasper Jams : The Music of My Childhood

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Growing up I listened to a lot of artists which I had entirely forgotten about until about two years ago. Since then I have rediscovered about 10 hours worth of songs, all of which bring me joy just to listen to. From conversations I’ve had with my friends, other people also have this kind of relationship with music from their … Continue reading Jasper Jams : The Music of My Childhood