100 years of MC Tuition

By Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer Over the last 100 years Manhattan College, along with colleges around the nation, have seen fluctuating tuition prices.  As MC is a private institution in New York City, tuition prices have constantly changed and varied. According to manhattan.edu, the average tuition price for the 2022-2023 school year is $44,100. This, however, is calculated without many other expenses such as room … Continue reading 100 years of MC Tuition

MC Senate Discusses Open Position, CLEP and Library Catalog Updates

By Anna Carroll, Contributor The Manhattan College Senate gathered for its final meeting until February on Nov. 15 to discuss a new open senate position, CLEP and library catalog update for the upcoming semester. To begin, the meeting discussed the opening of a position for a second deputy speaker. “The second deputy speaker is a member of the Senate Agenda Committee, which sets the agenda … Continue reading MC Senate Discusses Open Position, CLEP and Library Catalog Updates

MC Alum, Thomas Scarangello, Returns as a Member of the Board of Trustees

By  Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Thomas Scarangello ‘79 has been selected as the new member of the Board of Trustees by the current members of the board.  “As a proud Jasper, I am honored to join the board of trustees of Manhattan College,” Scarangello said in an article on manhattan.edu. “I look forward to contributing to strategic planning and visioning that will incorporate emerging technologies … Continue reading MC Alum, Thomas Scarangello, Returns as a Member of the Board of Trustees

Fall 2022 Student Government Highlights: What to Expect for Next Semester

By Angelina Persaud, Asst. News Editor Manhattan College’s Student Government Association (SGA) is putting mental health at the top of their upcoming agenda, alongside initiatives focused on uniting and supporting the college’s community.  SGA’s executive board expressed much enthusiasm regarding campus life and the potential plans they have in store for students. Alixandria James, a senior public health major with a concentration in healthcare administration, … Continue reading Fall 2022 Student Government Highlights: What to Expect for Next Semester

MC Celebrates Administrator of 20 Years with Distinguished Lasallian Administrator Award: Sr. Asst. Dean of SoLA, Diana Cruz

By Mack Olmsted, Asst. Production Editor  Senior assistant dean of The School of Liberal Arts, Diana Cruz, was recognized for her 20 years of service at MC and was presented the Distinguished Lasallian Administrator Award on Wednesday.The honor came as part of the annual Staff and Administrator Convocation.  At the convocation, the future of MC was discussed and explained by President Daniel Gardner, FSC, before … Continue reading MC Celebrates Administrator of 20 Years with Distinguished Lasallian Administrator Award: Sr. Asst. Dean of SoLA, Diana Cruz

CMSA Spends Day at United Nations to Honor Pope Francis’ World Day of the Poor

By Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor A group of students spent the day at the United Nations in order to honor Pope Francis’ World Day of the Poor, led by Campus Ministry and Social Action and campus minister, Conor Reidy.  According to Vatican News, Pope Francis’ World Day of the Poor is observed on the 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time in the liturgical calendar, emphasizing solidarity … Continue reading CMSA Spends Day at United Nations to Honor Pope Francis’ World Day of the Poor

Welcoming Erika Pichardo: Manhattan College’s New Title IX Officer 

By Kelly Kennedy, Social Media Editor Erika Pichardo, Ph.D., has accepted her new role at Manhattan College as the newest Title IX officer.               This position has been left open since the last Title IX Officer left in the Spring 2022 semester and since Goldie Adele, chief compliance officer, has been filling in as interim Title IX chief compliance officer. The role of Title IX officer … Continue reading Welcoming Erika Pichardo: Manhattan College’s New Title IX Officer 

Ceiling Leaks in Communication Department Cause Inconvenience 

By Grace Cardinal, Staff Writer Leaks caused by the new air conditioning system in the communication department are making it difficult to navigate around the office’s technology storage room. Jeffrey Anderson, manager of media technology at Manhattan College, spoke about the difficulties faced by the department following the leaks. “The leak became an issue probably about two weeks ago when we noticed they had done … Continue reading Ceiling Leaks in Communication Department Cause Inconvenience 

Thomas O’Malley Returns as the Chair of the Board of Trustees 

By Karen Flores, Asst. Features Editor Thomas O’Malley ‘63, was appointed the chairman of the Manhattan College Board of Trustees for a second time after his predecessor William Dooley ‘75, stepped down.  According to manhattan.edu, O’Malley served as chair of the board from 2005 to 2012 and is a loyal donor to the school, with the O’Malley Library and the O’Malley School of Business being … Continue reading Thomas O’Malley Returns as the Chair of the Board of Trustees