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Official Calendar Changes Due to Snowfall

April 25, 2018

The academic calendar is available to students one semester before the start of the new school year. This year’s calendar had a few extra dates incorporated to make up for the Wednesday classes missed due to the snow days on March 7th and March [...]

Study Spaces Expand on Campus

December 6, 2017

by Daniel Molina Editor Finding the right place to write that final paper or studying for that final exam might be a hard task due to the excessive demand and the low supply of spaces on campus during the last two weeks of the semester. For the [...]

The FED Challenge: Economics Brought to Life

May 5, 2017

According to the Manhattan College website, the College Fed Challenge is a national academic competition for undergraduates hosted annually by the Federal Reserve Bank. The participating teams analyze the current state of the U.S. economy and make a [...]

Jaena Sigue Named Newman Civic Fellow

May 4, 2017

by Daniel Ynfante Senior Writer Jaene Sigue had no idea she was nominated for a 2017 Newman Civic Fellowship. She had never even heard of the program. But after receiving an email in early April from Kathleen Von Euw, coordinator of community [...]