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Spring 2018: A Semester in Review

May 4, 2018

by ALLY HUTZLER & TARA MARIN, Senior Writers The Loss of Brother Thomas Scanlan This past winter the Manhattan College community mourned the loss of Brother Thomas Scanlan, who passed away on Feb. 4, 2018 at the age of 72. Scanlan was the 18th [...]

Senior Farewells

May 2, 2018

Tim Hamling – Staff Writer, Senior Writer About a year and a half ago, a friend of mine dragged me into the club room to sit in on a Quadrangle pitch meeting. Surrounded by so many journalists and liberal arts students, I felt pretty out of my [...]

Father Tom Meets the Pope

April 27, 2018

by TAYLOR BRETHAUER & TARA MARIN, Editor in Chief & Senior Writer It’s not something you see every day: Manhattan College’s very own Father Tom, shaking hands with Pope Francis. The picture popped up on the timeline of many student and [...]


April 26, 2018

The Quad 10 is similar to Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list, except on a Manhattan College-scale. The ten following members of the graduating class of 2018 were chosen by the executive board of The Quadrangle as some of the [...]

Performing Arts Spring Concert

April 25, 2018

Friends and families poured into the Chapel of De La Salle and his Brothers to attend the Spring Performing Arts Concert on Sunday, April 22. The MC Orchestra, Manhattones and Singers performed an array of musical pieces at the annual concert. The [...]


April 25, 2018

The Quadrangle received an email this past week from a one Melissa Gomez, an editor-in-chief at the University of Florida. Their student-newspaper, The Independent Florida Alligator is organizing, in their words, “a day of action to educate the [...]

Spring Fest is “Better With You”

April 24, 2018

by TAYLOR BRETHAUER & ROSE BRENNAN, Editor-in-chief and Editor Manhattan College’s annual Spring Fest was held this past Saturday, April 21. The day, full of fun activities and a BBQ on the quad, lead up to a concert in Draddy Gymnasium. [...]