Arts & Entertainment

Dorm Room Designers

November 13, 2014

LEAH CORDOVA STAFF WRITER Dorm rooms. We think: a shared space. A charming, cozy, crammed, perhaps old, space. Now that we are all settled into our homes away from home, it is the perfect time to peek into our campus’s Lasallian [...]

Online Streaming Services Devalue Art

November 12, 2014

Taylor Swift Pulling Music from Spotify is Evidence of a Larger Issue Taylor Swift has made headlines over the past weeks, not only because her new album is selling in record breaking volumes, but because she has also taken her entire music catalog [...]

More Pep in Their Step

November 11, 2014

DEVIN KEAST STAFF WRITER After a brief meeting, a little warm-up and fifteen pizzas, Manhattan College’s thirty-nine-member pep band hurried out of their Thomas Hall rehearsal space and into the dark and drizzly night in pursuit of an electric [...]

Jasper Jams: Welcome to the ’80s

November 5, 2014

Taylor Swift has once again taken the music industry by storm with the recent release of her new album, “1989.” The album of course features the addictive single that you haven’t been able to get out of your head for the past few months, [...]

Grab Your Steins, It’s Beer Time

October 30, 2014

JAMES O’CONNOR & LAKE WOLOSKER PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR & SENIOR WRITER Fall is the season when the appeal of the sidewalk café starts to wane and more and more New Yorkers retreat inside to indulge in alcoholic treats. Across all the [...]

A Different Way to Work Out, Zumba

October 29, 2014

Pouring rain falls outside the window of Alumni Hall and rhythmic music pulsates through the walls of the mini gym. Students, dressed head to toe in athletic wear, are dancing to the beat of the music and watching the instructor and fellow student, [...]