Opinions & Editorials

Letter To The Editor

September 18, 2019

  Isabel Frazza writes: My name is Isabel Frazza and I am a proud member of the class of 2023. I am running for freshman class vice president. The role of a class vice president at Manhattan College is to represent the needs of their class, as [...]

LETTER from The Editor

September 12, 2019

Hi readers! Welcome back for Issue 3! It feels as though we are finally getting into the swing of things for the semester. I hope September is treating you all well, and classes are going smoothly! We had a very successful turnout at the club fair [...]

Goat Yoga As a Form of Therapy

September 7, 2019

by AUGUST KISSEL, Web Editor The original Goat Yoga studio opened in Corvallis Oregon and was created by a woman named Lainey Morse, who had a love for goats and a friend who happened to be a yoga instructor. Morse used her goats as a form of [...]

LETTER from The Editor

September 5, 2019

Hi readers! I wanted to extend my deepest gratitude to everyone who read and gave such wonderful feedback on our first issue of the semester! It is so lovely to hear what various members of the college community have had to say, and it is so [...]

LETTER From The Editor

August 27, 2019

Welcome Back to campus, Jaspers! I hope you all had a restful summer, and are ready to get back into the swing of things! Freshmen, welcome to Manhattan College! Get ready for the best, most interesting four years of your life! I’ll reintroduce [...]

LETTER from The Editor

May 3, 2019

Hi all! What a wild semester it has been! It has been such a joy to see what we have published week after week…telling stories, giving voice to the voiceless, and sharing with the Manhattan College community the important happenings of the [...]

Living Out My Legacy

April 24, 2019

by CHRISTINE NAPPI, Staff Writer While having a night out with his friends, Martin Enright was instructed to only drink claret wine and lemonade. His track and cross-country coach, future hall-of-fame member George Eastment, told Martin and his [...]