by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Senior Writer Structural steel erection and concrete slab casting is all but complete in the new Patricia & Cornelius J. Higgins ‘63 Science and Engineering Center, as the Leo Engineering Building […]
Stephen D. Zubrycky
Stephen Zubrycky graduated from Manhattan College with a bachelor of science in civil engineering in 2019, after four years with The Quadrangle. From December 2016 to December 2017, he served as The Quadrangle's Editor-in-Chief.
His writing interests include politics, campus development, information technology and history.
Bronx Native is First Sitting Justice to Speak at the College Commencement: Sonia Sotomayor to Speak at 177th Undergraduate Commencement
by STEPHEN D. ZUBRYCKY, Senior Writer Supreme Court Justice and Bronx native Sonia Sotomayor will deliver the keynote address at Manhattan College’s 177th Undergraduate Commencement Exercises next month, the college announced last week. Sotomayor […]
by Stephen Zubrycky, Senior Writer You might know him by his distinctive beard. You’ve probably seen him at Starbucks… ordering a latte or a peach iced tea. Or maybe you know his ties… like […]
by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Senior Writer In a battle for softball primacy on the No. 1 subway line, the Manhattan College Jaspers came up short against the Columbia University Lions (of the 116th Street […]
by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Senior Writer Reusable dishes and utensils returned to Locke’s Loft last week after weeks of disposable plastic. The switch occurred due to an equipment malfunction with the Locke’s dishwashing system. “The […]
by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Managing Editor Megan Elizabeth Dreher was elected the 2019 Editor-in-Chief of The Quadrangle Tuesday, defeating a field of five other candidates. Dreher is a junior double major in communication (broadcast concentration) […]
by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Managing Editor Construction on the $62 million Patricia & Cornelius J. Higgins ‘62 Science and Engineering Center is underway. The new building, which will sit on the same lot […]
by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Managing Editor For 17 years, the No. 1 subway stop at Cortlandt Street in Lower Manhattan was left unused beneath Greenwich Street. The station was destroyed by the collapse […]
by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Managing Editor Scatterbomb started the school year off Friday night with a show entitled “Scatterbomb Breaks Up With Their High School Sweetheart.” The show featured the improv troupe’s returning players: senior […]
by TIMOTHY HAMLING & STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Senior Writer & Managing Editor Manhattan College’s computer system was compromised last month in a large-scale, cross-campus effort to mine cryptocurrency. According to Information Technology Services (ITS), nearly […]