By Kelly Kennedy, Senior Writer New policies have been implemented where students can now update their profiles to reflect their chosen name and chosen gender as of the 2023 spring semester. According to the Manhattan College Chosen Name and Chosen Gender Identity Policies, students and employees are now able to elect to use a chosen name or gender different from the one legally noted in … Continue reading New Chosen Name and Gender Policies to be Implemented at MC
By, Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer Matthew Lewis has been hired as the new Residence Life Director at Manhattan College. He comes to the college ready to join the MC community after 13 years of experience in various residence life positions. After Charles Clency stepped down from the position and became the Director of Residence Life at Fordham University in 2021, AJ Goodman was the first … Continue reading New Residence Life Director Matthew Lewis Steps Up to the Plate
By Brooke Dellarocco and Mack Olmsted, Staff Writer & Asst. Production Editor Manhattan College’s census for the 2021-2022 academic year was released on Oct. 1. Following the Open House event on Oct. 10, MC is beginning to see expectations for the incoming class. The census breaks down all of MC’s data and ratios that contribute to the backbone of admissions and enrollment. It highlights all … Continue reading What Kinds of Students Can We Expect at MC Next Year?
By Christine Nappi, Senior Writer Students will be welcoming a new vice president of student life in the coming weeks. Four finalists for the position were announced to the student body on March 20, after a months-long search process that began in Fall 2021. The finalists that remain are Stanley Singleton, Ph.D., Ronald Gray, Ph.D., Michael Hutmaker, Ph.D. and Adam Rockman, Ph.D. “Of the four … Continue reading Finalists Selected for New VP of Student Life
Welcome back to campus, Jaspers! I hope you all were able to find some rest, relaxation and fun during the spring break. We are very happy to be back with the latest news for you all as we settle back into the final weeks of the semester. As we have leaped into spring, we felt that it was the perfect week to officially announce the … Continue reading LETTER from The Editor: Spring Fest Artist Announced
By Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor An email sent from OneManhattan to the Manhattan College community announced that the campus mask mandate will remain in place until at least March 31, despite new updates in COVID-19 protocols in both the city and the state. In recent weeks, the NYS protocols for mask mandates and vaccination requirements to enter certain buildings have been lightened. Therefore, administrators, students, … Continue reading OneManhattan Updates as City Restrictions Lighten, Mask Mandate to Continue at MC
By Jocelyn Visnov, Web Editor/Asst. Production Editor As Manhattan College continues to monitor the state of the pandemic, several COVID safety precaution policies have been modified for the Spring 2022 semester so that students and staff can safely continue to gather in-person. With the transition to in-person instruction, study spaces like O’Malley Library and the Kelly Commons have again become lively with students and staff … Continue reading Return to In-Person Activity Brings Changes to COVID Safety Measures Across Campus
By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief According to a One Manhattan email yesterday afternoon, the spring semester will begin remotely, with students attending class online from Jan. 19 to 25. This decision was announced on Friday, Jan. 14 via email from the One Manhattan co-chairs: Esmilda Abreu-Hornbostel, Interim Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students, Tamara Britt, Vice President for Legal and External Affairs/Chief of … Continue reading Jaspers Return: Spring Semester Classes to Begin Online
by Kaylin Flam & Nicole Fitzsimmons, Contributor & News Editor Manhattan College students faced two snow days in a row during the week of Feb. 1, and two others during the week of Feb. 15. This prompts the question: Will snow days become more common at MC due to the option of remote learning? The process of calling a snow day begins the night before … Continue reading Classes Continue Virtually as Campus Closes: Are Snow Days Really a Thing of the Past?