Fire Alarms Startle Residents After Laundry Replacements 

New laundry machines installed in Lee Hall last week. GRACE CARDINAL/THE QUADRANGLE By Karen Flores and Grace Cardinal, Asst. Features Editor & Staff Writer  New laundry machines have set off fire alarms in Manhattan College’s Lee Hall this semester, students say. Confusion ran high as to what was happening with the new machines and when the issues would be resolved.  “It’s just disruptive in general … Continue reading  Fire Alarms Startle Residents After Laundry Replacements 

Residence Life Will Soon Begin Process of Relocating Horan Residents

Current residents of Horan Hall will be relocated to other residence halls for the spring semester. JILLEEN BARRETT/ THE QUADRANGLE By Megan LaCreta, A&E Editor Manhattan College’s Horan Hall, currently filled with student residents, will be closed for the spring 2023 semester. Now, Residence Life will begin plans to relocate students who will have to leave their rooms in the coming months.  Going into the … Continue reading Residence Life Will Soon Begin Process of Relocating Horan Residents

Entrepreneurs@MC Rapidly Expands as Partnership Begins with Amazon

By Grace Cardinal, Staff Writer Entrepreneurs@MC is back in session to provide future entrepreneurs or anyone interested in entrepreneurship with the real-world skills it takes to create and run a business.  The program was founded through the O’Malley School of Business at Manhattan College last fall. Previously, they paired up with the Signature Innovation Challenge business plan competition, providing students with up to $10,000 in awards … Continue reading Entrepreneurs@MC Rapidly Expands as Partnership Begins with Amazon

Manhattan College Expands Program to Offers Scholarships To Students From Lasallian Schools

The Manhattan College Lasallian Ambassadors logo.  MANHATTAN.EDU/COURTESY By Lauren Raziano, Copy Editor/Web Editor Manhattan College is the only Lasallian higher education institution in New York City, and is now seeking to expand their Lasallian tradition through a revised scholarship award. The Lasallian Scholars Award is a $2,000 scholarship that is offered annually to all full-time undergraduate students who have graduated from a Lasallian high school, secondary … Continue reading Manhattan College Expands Program to Offers Scholarships To Students From Lasallian Schools

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Manhattan College Listed Highly in Regional Colleges Ranking 

By Mary Haley, Staff Writer Manhattan College was recently ranked highly on both the Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list and on U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Regional Universities North Ranking” list.  According to the Washington Monthly’s website, a ranking takes place each year that is based on what contributions colleges make to the country. This year, the college was featured on … Continue reading Manhattan College Listed Highly in Regional Colleges Ranking 

Residence Life Guest Policy Revised After Years of Restrictions

By Zoe Defazio, Asst. Arts & Entertainment Editor Manhattan College’s residence life office has made a few changes following the new academic year, including the permittance of external overnight guests — or, guests that are not students — for more than one night. AJ Goodman, director of residence life, is excited to start moving back to some of the guest policies that were in place … Continue reading Residence Life Guest Policy Revised After Years of Restrictions

No Battle of the Bronx in the 2022 Season: Women’s Soccer

By Alexandrea Velez, Staff Writer Women’s soccer was the first of Manhattan teams to announce the Rams would not be on their schedule this season, putting a pause on a rivalry dating back to 1911.  The rivalry, primarily competed by men’s basketball, first started in 1911-1912 during the Men’s basketball season. The Jaspers took the first win, with 20-19 points. Women’s soccer has taken part … Continue reading No Battle of the Bronx in the 2022 Season: Women’s Soccer

Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Assistant professor of communication, Arshia Anwer, Ph.D., was announced as the 2022 winner of The Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching. The ceremony was held last Tuesday and the award was given along with a $1,000 stipend.  Anwer has been at Manhattan College since 2016. As an important member of the communication department, she teaches many different classes amongst the … Continue reading Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

Major Grant Given to Computer and Electrical Engineers at MC

By Angelina Persaud, Asst. News Editor The National Science Foundation (NSF) has given a $300,000 grant to the computer and electrical engineering department for students to participate in a global project.  The project entails a collaboration between the University of Zaragoza in Spain and 18 undergraduate students from Manhattan College and the City University of New York at Staten Island students. The students “will be … Continue reading Major Grant Given to Computer and Electrical Engineers at MC