Opinions & Editorials

Letter to the Editor

February 6, 2018

Timothy Hamling writes: In the summer of 2015, I flew south to Texas for a week with the college’s L.O.V.E. program. Our reason for this journey was to volunteer as Camp Counselors at a small children’s camp in Meridian, Texas that specializes [...]

Notes from the Editor

February 3, 2018

Dear Reader, You might’ve noticed in my letter from last week that I mentioned the Quadrangle’s office has moved. Allow this week’s letter to serve as a formal announcement about this event: the Quadrangle’s office has moved! We were [...]

Letter to the Editor

January 26, 2018

NUWAN JAYAWICKREME writes: Dear Editor, I write in my capacity as the speaker of the Manhattan College Senate.  I appreciate the coverage you have given all three senate meetings held thus far this academic year; I believe your coverage has greatly [...]

Letter from the Editor

January 23, 2018

  Dear Reader, I’m Taylor Brethauer and I’ll be serving as your editor-in-chief for the next calendar year. I’d like to share with you my excitement by starting with a short story. During finals week of the previous semester, the [...]

Letter from the Editor

December 5, 2017

Dear Reader, Well, we’ve had a good run, haven’t we? But all things must come to an end. This will be the last time I share this space with you as Editor-in-Chief of The Quadrangle. This year has been a successful year for our publication. We [...]

A Little Known Holiday

November 14, 2017

by Haley Burnside Asst. Editor On Nov. 14, the diabetics of the world celebrate World Diabetes Day. This day of recognition is not well known outside of the diabetic community, a community of which I have been a member of since my diagnosis of type [...]

Letter to the Editor

November 6, 2017

LOIS HARR writes: Becoming a Lasallian over the past 19 plus years, I think I’ve grown to understand and believe what Br. John Johnston shared a few years before he died: ™Lasallians engaged in higher education are uniquely situated to help [...]