Manhattan College Student Lands Internship at NASA

For Cesar Tapia, ’08, ‘17, the sky isn’t the limit, outer space is. The Manhattan College alum recently landed a prestigious internship with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, otherwise known as NASA, and has since travelled down to the John F. Kennedy Space Center, located in Cape Canaveral, Fla., to begin his work. As an undergraduate at Manhattan College, Tapia pursued a degree in … Continue reading Manhattan College Student Lands Internship at NASA

Players Perform “Little Women” for Spring Musical

On Thursday, April 14, through Sunday, April 17, Manhattan College Players performed the musical “Little Women,” based off the beloved 19th century book by Louisa May Alcott, for students, faculty and parents. The show, directed by Martin Marchitto, centered round the four March sisters living in Concord, Mass. during the Civil War and the immediate years after. “There was a lot of research,” Marchitto said. … Continue reading Players Perform “Little Women” for Spring Musical

Scatterbomb Wraps Up the Semester Celebrating Christmas

  Donned in ugly Christmas sweaters and holiday-colored attire, Scatterbomb wrapped up its Fall 2015 semester with a Christmas themed show on Dec. 4. “We thought it was one of the best shows of the semester,” Matt Clark, a junior CIS and management double major and a member of the troupe said. “As always, we had a great crowd and they really helped to keep … Continue reading Scatterbomb Wraps Up the Semester Celebrating Christmas

Scatterbomb ‘Goes Clear’ on Friday Night

With its newest recruits all suited, or white t-shirted, up, Scatterbomb has set itself up for a strong year. The improv group, which held two workshops within the past two weeks and welcomed three new members to the club, had its second show of the semester Fri. Sept. 25 in Hayden Hall. The show, which was named “Scatterbomb Goes Clear,” had overarching cult-related sketches, creating … Continue reading Scatterbomb ‘Goes Clear’ on Friday Night

Bravo “Housewives” Star Bethenny Frankel Kicks Off The Lecture Series

Bravo reality television star Bethenny Frankel led off the Fourth Annual Lecture Series on Mon. Sept. 14. The star of “The Real Housewives of New York City” captivated the Great Room of Kelly Commons with stories about the show and tips about how to be a good entrepreneur. Donning a bright red BCBG jumpsuit fit for the Skinnygirl logo itself, Frankel held the audience’s attention … Continue reading Bravo “Housewives” Star Bethenny Frankel Kicks Off The Lecture Series

MC’s Most Influential: Matt Clark

If you were asked to think of some general qualities that would describe a Jasper, you would probably come up with ones that we all, as Jaspers, should strive to emulate. Intelligence, compassion, friendliness, leadership ability, the list goes on and on. Matt Clark exemplifies them all. A sophomore dual major in business management and computer information systems, Clark is involved in many aspects on … Continue reading MC’s Most Influential: Matt Clark

My Time in Paris During the Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attacks

The day was Jan. 7, 2015, only our third full day in Paris. My class had just developed a routine and we were finally getting used to the time difference. We had class and breakfast at 9 a.m., on this day we learned about Peter Abelard, the great medieval theologian and philosopher, and his lover, Héloise, and were out of the hotel around 10:30 a.m. We headed to Père … Continue reading My Time in Paris During the Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attacks

Professor Chat: Lisa D. Toscano, EDD

This week’s “Professor Chat” is with Lisa D. Toscano, professor of kinesiology. Toscano can be found teaching Anatomical Kinesiology, Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries, Therapeutic Exercise Prescription and Modalities, Personal Wellness and Introduction to Exercise Science this semester. Recently, Toscano was named to the MAAC Honor Roll, along with Junius Kellogg of the class of 1953. Toscano was one of the leading founders of Manhattan … Continue reading Professor Chat: Lisa D. Toscano, EDD