Opinions & Editorials

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 [...]

The 9/11 Generation

September 11, 2018

Consciousness Found, Innocence Lost by STEPHEN ZUBRYCKY, Managing Editor I am sitting on the rug in the family room, playing with my toys. The television is on. My mother sits in the chair above me, weeping.  It’s Sept. 11, 2001. I’m four [...]

LETTER to The Editor

September 7, 2018

DEVIN KEAST writes: Many thanks are in order for the Quadrangle’s moving and fitting remembrance of Professor Tom Callahan. Like a lot of Communication majors, I was introduced to this raconteur upon taking his Ethics class in the fall of my [...]