Missing Papers During Open House Prompts Blame Game

by Joe Liggio, Senior Writer It looks like we’ve got another mystery on our hands. Prior to Manhattan’s most recent Open House for prospective students on Oct. 27, copies of the Quadrangle were reorganized or disappeared completely from newsstands in several different locations across campus. With no clear perpetrator, several offices at the college are now pointing fingers in the ensuing investigation into what may … Continue reading Missing Papers During Open House Prompts Blame Game

Mold Returns to Campus: Horan and Alumni Hall Affected

by Joe Liggio, Senior Writer There’s a fungus among us yet again. Two separate buildings on campus, Horan Hall and Alumni Hall, have been afflicted with mold since the start of the semester, with each situation posing their own unique problems for students and staff to contend with. Horan Hall had undergone the same situation this time last year, affecting approximately 15 percent of residencies within the … Continue reading Mold Returns to Campus: Horan and Alumni Hall Affected

Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 2)

by  Joe Liggio, Asst. News Editor In its immediate wake, Manhattan College’s Summer ‘70 Scholarship Concert Series at Gaelic Park was avowed as a success by its organizers, having garnered positive public relations for the institution and scholarship money for students through top acts like the Guess Who, Chicago and Three Dog Night Yet despite the overall appearance of a smash hit, some on campus began to … Continue reading Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 2)

Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 1)

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. News Editor Note: This article is the first of two chronicling a history of concerts at both Manhattan College and Gaelic Park. The majority of information available on these shows was sourced from articles featured in The Quadrangle between 1969 and 1972, and is a testament to the excellent reporting done by student journalists at this college. The annual selection of Manhattan’s … Continue reading Manhattan College: A Rock and Roll Retrospective (Part 1)

Students See Both Sides of 168th Street Station Updates

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. News Editor Fresh off of a recent subway repair at 238th Street, members of the Manhattan College community now have another subway service update to contend with. Since Jan. 5, 1 train service has bypassed 168th Street as part of scheduled maintenance set to tie up service though early 2020. As a result, the crucial transfer between 1 and A/C trains at the … Continue reading Students See Both Sides of 168th Street Station Updates

Crime Up in Manhattan’s Precinct

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. News Editor While New York City officials have touted record low crimes within the five boroughs for 2018, the numbers aren’t as cut and dry as they seem. Mayor Bill de Blasio and other high-ranking city officials have taken the past few weeks to laud the fact that end of year New York City Police Department crime stats suggest a safer, improving city. … Continue reading Crime Up in Manhattan’s Precinct

Mold Forces Students Out of Horan Dorms

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. News Editor Some Horan Hall residents have had an unwelcome guest living with them lately. An infiltration of mold has affected a number of dorms in Horan and forced some students living in the building to temporarily relocate throughout the past two weeks. Additional students have required extensive cleaning of their rooms to combat the problem. While some students were relocated … Continue reading Mold Forces Students Out of Horan Dorms

238th Street Station Renovations Underway

by JOE LIGGIO, Asst. News Editor Stair replacement at the 238th Street station is set to tie up 1 Train riders for the next few months, leaving MC students and staff to look for alternate service options. The Manhattan-bound platform closed to riders on Sept. 4, and repairs are expected to continue through the Winter, according to the MTA/New York City Transit website. In the … Continue reading 238th Street Station Renovations Underway