Getting to Know Interim President Brother Daniel Gardner

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Brother Daniel Gardner, a familiar face on campus, has stepped into the position of interim president after former president Brennan O’Donnell, Ph.D, stepped down after the previous spring semester.  Gardner found himself at Manhattan College after being assigned to the admissions office by the Christian Brotherhood.  A brother is a consecrated religious member of the Roman Catholic Church. There are … Continue reading Getting to Know Interim President Brother Daniel Gardner

Skating Society Rolls into MC

By Mack Olmsted, Asst. Production Editor Manhattan College has a brand new club rolling into campus this fall semester – the Manhattan College Skateboarding Society.  The idea of the club was originally thought up back in fall 2021 by current senior Reese Hollister and now alumni Stephanie Seubert. Hollister and Seubert met while skateboarding where they also met Nicholas Pagoria, Aiden Feeney and Max Esser, … Continue reading Skating Society Rolls into MC

Upperclassmen Speak on their Summer Internship Experiences

By Jocelyn Visnov, Production Editor/Web Editor Manhattan College has been nationally recognized for preparing students for a successful transition from classroom to career. As written on their website, the College believes that “Opportunities available in all academic disciplines lead students to secure high salaries and jobs at top companies.”   As the majority of students return to the classroom for the first time since May, for … Continue reading Upperclassmen Speak on their Summer Internship Experiences

Mental Health Services at Manhattan – What’s Going On?

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief  Changes in Manhattan College’s upper administration and long-held confusion about what services the college actually offers has sparked calls for change when it comes to mental health support.  Tension rose when students called on the college’s administration last spring in a walkout on the quadrangle, advocating for the improvement of mental health services on campus in the wake of junior Christian … Continue reading Mental Health Services at Manhattan – What’s Going On?

Jaspers Host Take Back the Night Event on Campus

By Alexandrea Velez, Staff Writer The annual Take Back the Night event, hosted by the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center, raised awareness about gender-based violence and taught techniques to help support survivors. This student-coordinated event consisted of speakers and students on campus that shared their stories.  The overarching message of the event was that survivors are never alone, even though the situation they may … Continue reading Jaspers Host Take Back the Night Event on Campus

Students React to End of Mask Mandate 

By Anna Woods, Managing Editor COVID-19 regulations are changing on campus with the end of the mask mandate, which ended on April 9. However, it is up to the discretion of professors, departments, offices and hosts of large events to mandate masks. The Quadrangle published a piece about professors’ opinions of the end of the mask mandate. In this follow-up, students from several schools of … Continue reading Students React to End of Mask Mandate 

Greek Life Brings Community Service to Campus

APP sisters at their paint a pot event on Earth Day. ANGELICA NIEDERMEYER/COURTESY By Angelica Niedermeyer, Staff Writer Manhattan College is home to two fraternities and two sororities, something Catholic colleges are not typically known for having. After the last year of being online and assimilating back to being more involved on campus, these Greek life organizations are thriving philanthropically.  The four Greek Life organizations … Continue reading Greek Life Brings Community Service to Campus

Professor Profile: Meet Jordan Pascoe: The Feminist Philosopher

By Jocelyn Visnov, Web Editor/Asst. Production Editor Jordan Pascoe, Ph.D., combines her love of philosophy and flair for social justice to challenge social norms and facilitate change on campus. Since joining the Jasper community in 2012, Pascoe has made lasting contributions within the philosophy department and beyond.  As an associate professor of philosophy at MC, Pascoe teaches courses which analyze aspects of race, gender, politics … Continue reading Professor Profile: Meet Jordan Pascoe: The Feminist Philosopher

SENIOR FAREWELLS

Christine Nappi Staff Writer | Features Editor | Senior Writer The one thing I wanted to do when coming into college was to write for the school newspaper. As the shy, nervous, excited, but ultimately determined freshman I was, I made it my mission to introduce myself to the editor of The Breeze, James Madison University’s student-led newspaper, and apply for a staff writer position. … Continue reading SENIOR FAREWELLS