MC Reacts to Queen Passing

By Angelina Perez, Contributor On Sept. 8, 2022 Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, the now former Queen of England, passed away. Many in the United Kingdom and around the world were hit with grief and sadness and had some thoughts on the matter. Manhattan College students from different parts of the world opened up and expressed their opinions on the former Queen’s reign.  Gabrielle Blair ’26, Philosophy … Continue reading MC Reacts to Queen Passing

Voices on the Quad: Masks or no Masks?

By Cristian Saravia, Contributor On Sept. 8, One Manhattan released a statement that 13 people in the Manhattan College community were reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. This number raised some concern for students and faculty alike, prompting some people to wonder if they should begin wearing masks on campus again. Kevin Ahern, Ph.D. of the Religious Studies department and fellow students give their … Continue reading Voices on the Quad: Masks or no Masks?

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

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 

Voices on The Quad: Students Talk Housing Issues

By Jilleen Barrett, Features Editor/Managing Editor The middle of spring semester always means arranging plans for the next school year, and one of the major discussions on campus right now amongst sophomores and juniors is whether or not to continue living in residence halls. Many issues regarding Residence Life and Physical Plant have been brought up during these discussions. These issues range from the inconvenience … Continue reading Voices on The Quad: Students Talk Housing Issues

Voices on the Quad: Online Start to the Semester

By Maria Thomas, Senior Writer Anthony Mastrogiacomo ‘23 How do you feel about the first week of classes being online? I feel that online classes for the first week is a great idea because it allows for people to settle in, and if they have tested positive within a few days of the year starting, they will not be missing class. On the other hand, … Continue reading Voices on the Quad: Online Start to the Semester

Student Government Presents: Smorgasburg

The Student Government hosted a free Smorgasburg in the Kelly Commons Parking Lot on Thursday, Nov. 18. Student Government provided a wide range of food trucks and stands providing the crowd with made-to-order woodfire pizza, Korean hotdogs, Claudy’s empanadas, and Bona Bona ice cream Interviews complied by Angelica Niedermeyer & Rebecca Kranich Kevin Rojas, Senior Student Body President Why did you plan the Smorgasburg? “I … Continue reading Student Government Presents: Smorgasburg

Students and Faculty Share Their Thoughts on Returning to Campus Fully In-Person

by Kiersten Thomas, Staff Writer After Manhattan College has decided to require vaccination and conduct classes fully in person, students and faculty share their thoughts on returning to campus and their experience learning and teaching remotely. Interviews were conducted before MC’s decision to require masks indoors. Interviews compiled by Kiersten Thomas. Juliette Cazzari, Junior Communications major with a concentration in public relations What is your opinion … Continue reading Students and Faculty Share Their Thoughts on Returning to Campus Fully In-Person

Jasper Community Voice their Opinion on the Cancellation of Spring Break

by, Victor Franco, Staff Writer As a result of precautionary pandemic restrictions, Manhattan College decided to cancel its spring break. Typically, students and faculty get a week off of classes in mid-March where they are free to unwind and relax. However, due to the cancellation, students and faculty have pushed through the month of March with no time off. Members of the Jasper community shared … Continue reading Jasper Community Voice their Opinion on the Cancellation of Spring Break