Opinions & Editorials

LETTER from The Editor

January 22, 2019

Hi everyone! Welcome back to campus for the spring semester! If you don’t know me, my name is Megan Dreher, and I am your new Editor- In- Chief for 2019. I am a junior Philosophy and Communication double major from Prospect, Conn. and I have been [...]

LETTER from The Editor

December 5, 2018

In my first “letter from the editor” in my first issue as editor-in-chief, I finished it by saying “let’s get this party started.” And what a party it has been! This past year has been a whirlwind and has given me such an incredible [...]

LETTER TO The Editor

November 15, 2018

RABEA ALI writes: Dear Manhattan College Community & Quadrangle Staff, I wanted to first take a moment to thank Gabriella DePinho for her article last issue on the Muslim students search for a prayer space and the Quadrangle staff for the [...]

Letter to the Editor

November 13, 2018

JAYCIE COOPER & HALEY NIGHTINGALE write: To the Editor: The Class of 2019 is the biggest yet to graduate from Manhattan College, and as a result, will only receive two tickets for their loved ones to attend Commencement. Draddy Gymnasium, the [...]

Let’s Talk About the Environment

October 17, 2018

by ALEXA SCHMIDT, A&E Editor Alexa Schmidt’s parents in Yosemite National Park in California. ALEXA SCHMIDT / COURTESY If you know me, you know that I love nature. I visited my first National Park when I was a tiny human; I want to say I [...]

What Can a Bystander Do?

October 10, 2018

by HALEY BURNSIDE, Senior Writer Two years ago this month, I was sexually assaulted. It was my freshman year at Manhattan College. I was eighteen years old. I have never told anyone that I was sexually assaulted using those words, because I did not [...]

No Longer Just a Family Issue

October 4, 2018

by SHANNON GLEBA, Copy Editor October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. When I was younger, domestic violence was not an issue that occupied much of my thinking. However, the relevance of domestic violence as both an issue for women, as well as [...]

It’s Time We Talk About Suicide

September 27, 2018

by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, Asst. News Editor National Suicide Prevention Awareness week was officially Sept. 9-15, but most people consider the entire month of September to be dedicated to the cause. The cause of suicide prevention and awareness is of [...]