The Freshman Files: F is for Freshman

September 3, 2014

Opening the door to my first class Monday morning two thoughts went through my mind: am I in the right building, and if I am, is it too late to turn and run? Then my greatest fear came true; heads swiveled and stared at me, and in that moment they [...]

Professor Chat: Bob Coleman

September 2, 2014

This week’s “Professor Chat” is with Bob Coleman, Coordinator of Media Technology and adjunct professor in the Communication Department. Coleman is a big Anne Rice fan and can be found teaching Digital Print Design or helping out with any [...]

The Freshman Files: Hello and Goodbye

August 28, 2014

A new edition to “The Quadrangle” this semester, “The Freshman Files” weekly column will document one student’s experiences through the trials and tribulations of freshman year. Laugh, cry, and relate as we chronicle the ups and downs, [...]

Professor Chat: Dr. Kern

May 8, 2014

MAYA ASTABIE ASSISTANT OP/ED EDITOR The Quadrangle sat down with Dr. Rebecca Kern of the Communication Department to discuss her background in the advertising industry, life outside of teaching, her research and more for another “Professor [...]

One Day Without Shoes

May 7, 2014

KLYEIGH PANETTA STAFF WRITER This past Tuesday, April 29, you may have seen some Manhattan College students walking around barefoot all day, even though it was raining and fifty degrees outside. No, they did not forget to put their shoes on. Many [...]

Health and Fitness Tips By Amber

May 6, 2014

Week 4: Boosting Your Metabolism A good way to stay in shape and lose weight is to eat specific foods that can boost your metabolism and therefore help you burn fat faster. Besides these five foods that help do that, drinking plenty of water also [...]

First Annual “Read Aloud” on the Quad

May 2, 2014

This past Thursday, May 1 English honor society Sigma Tau Delta hosted their first annual “Read Aloud” on the quad. President O’Donnell, Provost William Clyde, professors and students all read sections of Walt Whitman’s “Leave of Grass.” [...]