Rory Graham: Long-Time Runner, Future Teacher and Current Athletic and Academic Powerhouse

Graham, a senior, has been a major contributor at MC in both her academic and athletic achievements. GOJASPERS / Courtesy By Jilleen Barrett, Managing Editor/Features Editor Rory Graham had college cross country and track and field coaches from all over the country trying to recruit her. She could have gone to an Ivy League like the University of Pennsylvania, or a school with bigger facilities like … Continue reading Rory Graham: Long-Time Runner, Future Teacher and Current Athletic and Academic Powerhouse

Get Ready to Laugh, Scatterbomb is Back!

Group photo of previous Scatterbomb members as they prepare for their show. @SCATTERBOMBMC/COURTESY By Angelina Persaud, Asst. News Editor Prepare for the laughter to begin with the return of all new Scatterbomb shows this fall semester. The improv comedy club has recruited new members and is already planning new shows for the upcoming months.  The current lineup for Scatterbomb includes new members who embraced the … Continue reading Get Ready to Laugh, Scatterbomb is Back!

LETTER from the EDITOR

Dear Readers,  Welcome to October! This week, I want to encourage you all to remember to find time just for yourself. The semester is in full swing, and it’s easy to get caught up in what NEEDS to be done, rather than what you may just need for yourself.  Your classes are important, but so is your wellbeing. Juggling internship applications, extracurricular responsibilities, athletics, studying … Continue reading LETTER from the EDITOR

Cross Country’s Andria Scaglione Excels in both Athletics and Academics

Andria Scaglione has been winning big this fall, including a first place finish at the Jaspers XC Fall Invite. GOJASPERS/COURTESY By Jocelyn Visnov, Production Editor/Web Editor Andria Scaglione is making strides in cross country and in the classroom. Scaglione started her senior year strong with both athletic and academic achievements.  After training consistently throughout the summer, Scaglione’s hard work paid off as she took home … Continue reading Cross Country’s Andria Scaglione Excels in both Athletics and Academics

Manhattan College Holds Freshman Special Election

Students from MC’s class of 2026 gather on the quadrangle during their first days together. GRACE CARDINAL/THE QUADRANGLE By Anna Carroll,  Contributor Manhattan College’s freshman class has named one of its two vice presidents in a special election.  Every fall semester, Manhattan College holds a special election so that the freshmen class can vote for their class vice presidents. Two vice presidents are elected to plan … Continue reading Manhattan College Holds Freshman Special Election

LWGRC Hosts its First Bystander Training Program

Tiffany French teaches participants how to use the 6 D’s to approach a situation.KAREN FLORES/THE QUADRANGLE  By Karen Flores, Asst. Features Editor Tiffany French, assistant dean of engineering, with the support of the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center, held a Bystander Intervention Training on Sept. 28 with the goal of teaching students how to strategically assess and intervene if they witness a potentially dangerous … Continue reading LWGRC Hosts its First Bystander Training Program

Residence Life Will Soon Begin Process of Relocating Horan Residents

Current residents of Horan Hall will be relocated to other residence halls for the spring semester. JILLEEN BARRETT/ THE QUADRANGLE By Megan LaCreta, A&E Editor Manhattan College’s Horan Hall, currently filled with student residents, will be closed for the spring 2023 semester. Now, Residence Life will begin plans to relocate students who will have to leave their rooms in the coming months.  Going into the … Continue reading Residence Life Will Soon Begin Process of Relocating Horan Residents

 Fire Alarms Startle Residents After Laundry Replacements 

New laundry machines installed in Lee Hall last week. GRACE CARDINAL/THE QUADRANGLE By Karen Flores and Grace Cardinal, Asst. Features Editor & Staff Writer  New laundry machines have set off fire alarms in Manhattan College’s Lee Hall this semester, students say. Confusion ran high as to what was happening with the new machines and when the issues would be resolved.  “It’s just disruptive in general … Continue reading  Fire Alarms Startle Residents After Laundry Replacements 

Manhattan Volleyball Loses Match with Niagara

Manhattan College’s volleyball team lost to Niagara University in their home match on Oct. 1 with a score of 0-3. GOJASPERS/COURTESY By Jilleen Barrett, Managing Editor/Features Editor Manhattan College’s volleyball team lost to Niagara University in their home match on Oct. 1 with a score of 0-3. The match started out like any other; Manhattan’s teammates hyped each other up with frequent high fives and … Continue reading Manhattan Volleyball Loses Match with Niagara