Manhattan College Women’s Basketball Shine In Their Own Spotlight

By Angelica Niedermeyer, Asst. Sports Editor  The Manhattan College women’s basketball team is the shining star this year. Led by the always supportive Coach Heather Vulin in her seventh season and three motivated captains — Dee Dee Davis, Brazil Harvey-Carr and Christinia Katsamouri — the Lady Jaspers deserve more praise than ever for their efforts this year. Despite their current 0-2 record in non-conference games … Continue reading Manhattan College Women’s Basketball Shine In Their Own Spotlight

An Outlook on Jaspers Men’s Basketball 2022-23 Season

By Andrew Mannion, Staff Writer It’s safe to say this has been a wild and unexpected start to basketball season for the Jaspers. Steve Masiello, the head coach for the Jaspers, was fired just two weeks before the start of Manhattan’s season. Jose Perez, the MAAC preseason player of the year, headed to West Virginia. With the loss of Masiello, Perez and former assistant coach … Continue reading An Outlook on Jaspers Men’s Basketball 2022-23 Season

Man-tatted : A Look into the Ink of MC Students

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor A campus full of 20-something year-olds and veterans, it is no surprise that MC students would be showcasing some unique tattoo pieces. From meaningful to fun and detailed to simple, students feature art of all kinds.  Chris Norberto, a senior and veteran, has lost count of how many tattoos he has, with them on his arms, chest and thighs. While … Continue reading Man-tatted : A Look into the Ink of MC Students

Despite The Result, Manhattan College Men’s Soccer Dominates in Semi-final Versus Iona

By Maddie Mulkigian and Isaiah Rosario, Asst. Sports Editor & Staff Writer  The Manhattan College men’s soccer team advanced to the semi-finals after a successful win against Fairfield on Thursday.  Manhattan men’s soccer took the field against Fairfield in the quarter-finals of the 2022 MAAC Tournament on Nov. 6. The last time that these two teams met it was a defensive battle as Manhattan narrowly … Continue reading Despite The Result, Manhattan College Men’s Soccer Dominates in Semi-final Versus Iona

Draddy Basketball Court Conditions Causes Home Opener to be Postponed

By Grace Cardinal and Andrew Mannion, Staff Writers On Friday night, the Jaspers men’s basketball team prepared to have their home opener against Central Connecticut State University. Going into the game, there was chatter that it could turn into a big night. The Jaspers were looking for their first win of the season, and they were favored to win against the Blue Devils by 6.5 … Continue reading Draddy Basketball Court Conditions Causes Home Opener to be Postponed

Halloween Fashion Finds: Students Get Creative

Interviews compiled By Lauren Raziano, Copy Editor/Web Editor  Halloween allows students to get creative with self expression and dress up as whomever they want. This year students wore fun costumes both on and off campus. Taking inspiration from an iconic animated character, Kimiya Ehsan created her own versions of their costume by incorporating accessories and personalized items. Katherine Uffer, Rebecca Medina and Mian Ewen participated … Continue reading Halloween Fashion Finds: Students Get Creative

SAAC Strides Towards Mental Health Awareness with Support Awareness and Care Initiative

By Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor In coming weeks, the Manhattan College Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will begin bringing their “Support Awareness and Care Initiative” to campus for students to access important mental health resources. This semester, SAAC began spearheading the initiative to create accessible items such as bag tags and phone wallets with business cards which provide important resources for students. These items would … Continue reading SAAC Strides Towards Mental Health Awareness with Support Awareness and Care Initiative

What Kinds of Students Can We Expect at MC Next Year? 

By Brooke Dellarocco and Mack Olmsted,  Staff Writer & Asst. Production Editor Manhattan College’s census for the 2021-2022 academic year was released on Oct. 1. Following the Open House event on Oct. 10, MC is beginning to see expectations for the incoming class. The census breaks down all of MC’s data and ratios that contribute to the backbone of admissions and enrollment. It highlights all … Continue reading What Kinds of Students Can We Expect at MC Next Year? 

SoLA Forum: Students Speak out on Advising and Curriculum Concerns

By Karen Flores, Asst. Features Editor The student representative vice presidents of the School of Liberal Arts, Lily Malone and Emilia O’Neill, conducted an open forum on Wednesday Nov. 2 to discuss student concerns and thoughts about the school.  Earlier in the semester, a student survey was sent out by the vice presidents where students were able to anonymously submit responses, which would become topics … Continue reading SoLA Forum: Students Speak out on Advising and Curriculum Concerns