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The Quadrangle’s Guide to Shaggy

March 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

As The Quadrangle always keeps the best interests of our readers near and dear to our hearts, we have put together a primer on the musical artist known as Shaggy to ensure that all are fully prepared for his upcoming Springfest concert on Apr. 22. [...]

Players’ New Producer: Gabby Kasper

March 29, 2017 // 0 Comments

In the season of their spring musical, the Manhattan College Players have another important task to address: the matter of their leadership for the upcoming year.  Standing at the helm of the Players’ Board is the role of the Producer. This year, [...]

Cinema’s Top Five: Action Films

March 29, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Justin Meinken, Staff Writer #5: Die Hard, the original trilogy Director: John McTiernan and Renny Harlin Most 1980’s action films focused on being high energy and high budgeted films to the point of becoming so over the top that they became [...]

On Campus Fashion Finds

March 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Lauren Schuster, Staff Writer Christopher Santiago is a commuter who lives in Yonkers and is majoring in Biology. He discussed his style with us. The Quadrangle: How would you describe your style? Christopher Santiago: I would say kind of [...]

Singers’ Trip to Disney

March 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

Spring break, for many Manhattan College students, means a way to destress from midterms and jet off to a tropic paradise. For the performing arts department, it meant taking advantage for one of the most prestigious stages for any college student: [...]

A Look into MC Students’ Bags

March 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Bennett Hall, Contributor A look into someone’s bag is like a look into someone’s private life, and many Manhattan College students seem to live similar lives, according to their belongings. Although at Locke’s Loft it is very easy to tell [...]

Top Five Films for Health Awareness

March 9, 2017 // 0 Comments

Sports – Concussion (2015) Director: Peter Landesman The movie is based on a true story, portraying the life of Bennet Omalu, a Nigerian-American neuropathologist, who was the first physicist to discover and publish findings of chronic [...]