Arts & Entertainment

The Magic of Prada’s Spring 2015 Line

March 11, 2015

Miuccia Prada. The name just rolls right of the tongue doesn’t it? Well, maybe not. However, whether or not you can pronounce the name of one of the most influential fashion houses in the entire world, Prada represents the true form of art [...]

MC Her Campus Finds Its Community

March 11, 2015

When the Manhattan College chapter of Her Campus debuted two years ago there were only a handful of girls contributing to the popular college website. In just two years, MC Her Campus grew to have a strong staff of writers and an online presence in [...]

Locke’s Survival Guide

March 4, 2015

JOSEPH VITALE Contributing Writer We all know what to do when life hands us lemons, but what do we do when Locke’s hands us fried catfish and “lasagna”? The home cooking station is what we do and all Jaspers need at least a few recipes in [...]

The Book Nook

March 3, 2015

Book: Flower Confidential: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful in the Business of Flowers Author: Amy Stewart Genre: Non-fiction They’re given on a first date, carried by a bride on her big day, and used as peace offerings around the globe; no [...]

A Visit from Ben Vereen

February 17, 2015

Dancer, actor, and Tony Award winner, Ben Vereen visited Manhattan College on Feb. 11th to participate in the celebration of Black History Month. Students, faculty and even some lucky residents of the Methodist Nursing Home flocked to the Commons to [...]

Cubism on Display at The Met

February 9, 2015

When visiting the Upper East Side’s cavernous Metropolitan Museum of Art, it is often daunting to choose where to start. Museum mainstays such as the diverse collections of Egyptian artifacts and Impressionist-era paintings are all worth the [...]

The Book Nook

February 5, 2015

Book: Clutch: Why Some People Excel Under Pressure and Others Don’t Author: Paul Sullivan Genre: Self-Improvement Paul Sullivan’s book revolves around this definition: “Clutch, simply put, is the ability to do what you can normally under [...]