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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 [...]

Manhattan College, For All Generations

April 24, 2019

by SHANNON GLEBA, Staff Writer When I decided to attend Manhattan College during my senior year of high school in 2017, I realized that my decision came as a result of generations and decades before me. MC has been a part of my family’s history [...]

Happy Earth Day

April 17, 2019

by Alexa Schmidt, Features Editor I wrote an op-ed last semester about environmentalism, and I’m back to talk a little bit more about why you should care. It’s only fitting that this is placed in the generational special issue because of how [...]

Clearing Up the Insulin Issue

April 12, 2019

by Haley Burnside,  Senior Writer There is an issue that has grown in popularity on the internet in the past year. I almost did not notice, because it is an issue I have dealt with every day of my life since I was four years old. Recently, the [...]

LETTER from Production

April 3, 2019

Dear Reader, This weekend at the Production Office of  The Quadrangle was definitely a busy one. Once a year, the staff works hard and creatively to produce one of the most favored issues, The Triangle. The Triangle issue features 12 pages filled [...]