Reina Callahan Brings Japanese Techniques to Manhattan

By Angelica Niedermeyer, Asst. Sports Editor Soccer has always surrounded junior Reina Callahan’s life.  “Our dad wanted us to play soccer when we were young because he was a soccer player,” said Callahan. “He kind of pushed that on us.” Michael Callahan, her father, played soccer at Saint Michael’s College in Vermont, while her brothers Yuji and Junta also played collegiately. Yuji played soccer at … Continue reading Reina Callahan Brings Japanese Techniques to Manhattan

A Look at the New Men’s and Women’s Basketball Schedule

By Isaiah Rosario, Staff Writer Jaspers basketball has officially released its 2022-23 schedule. Despite the difficult finish to their last season with the men losing in the first round of the MAAC against Rider and the women’s tough loss in the championship game of the MAAC tournament against Fairfield, the Jaspers look for a fresh start this season.   Head women’s basketball Coach Heather Vulin gave … Continue reading A Look at the New Men’s and Women’s Basketball Schedule

MC Reacts to Queen Passing

By Angelina Perez, Contributor On Sept. 8, 2022 Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, the now former Queen of England, passed away. Many in the United Kingdom and around the world were hit with grief and sadness and had some thoughts on the matter. Manhattan College students from different parts of the world opened up and expressed their opinions on the former Queen’s reign.  Gabrielle Blair ’26, Philosophy … Continue reading MC Reacts to Queen Passing

Poms Up! Manhattan College Cheer Back at it for Another Season 

By Grace Cardinal, Staff Writer Manhattan College cheerleading wrapped up their yearly tryouts last week, welcoming seven new members to the team. Manhattan Cheer has made a name for itself in the last few years through various performances at basketball games, yearly performances at the MAAC tournament, and by challenging the traditional ideals of cheer through accepting students based on attitude, not just skill.  Even … Continue reading Poms Up! Manhattan College Cheer Back at it for Another Season 

Sound Studies Major Brings a New Meaning to Music at MC

By Karen Flores,  Asst. Features Editor Manhattan College is home to a unique and artistic major: sound studies. Have you heard of it? The music and theater department here at the college introduced the sound studies major in the fall of 2020 with the pioneering influence of Mark A. Pottinger, Ph.D, chair of the department.  The sound studies major aims to combine both the traditional … Continue reading Sound Studies Major Brings a New Meaning to Music at MC

Manhattan College Advocates for Refugees

By Mack Olmsted and Brianna Coppola, Asst. Production Editor & Contributer Manhattan College kicked off refugee advocacy week with a discussion event on war and displacement. The discussion was organized by junior Christopher Belden and campus minister Conor Reidy, with the intention to encourage faculty to raise awareness about the Ukrainian refugee crisis. The idea came after Belden spent his summer internship at The Holocaust, … Continue reading Manhattan College Advocates for Refugees

Manhattan College Expands Program to Offers Scholarships To Students From Lasallian Schools

The Manhattan College Lasallian Ambassadors logo.  MANHATTAN.EDU/COURTESY By Lauren Raziano, Copy Editor/Web Editor Manhattan College is the only Lasallian higher education institution in New York City, and is now seeking to expand their Lasallian tradition through a revised scholarship award. The Lasallian Scholars Award is a $2,000 scholarship that is offered annually to all full-time undergraduate students who have graduated from a Lasallian high school, secondary … Continue reading Manhattan College Expands Program to Offers Scholarships To Students From Lasallian Schools

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Manhattan College Listed Highly in Regional Colleges Ranking 

By Mary Haley, Staff Writer Manhattan College was recently ranked highly on both the Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list and on U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Regional Universities North Ranking” list.  According to the Washington Monthly’s website, a ranking takes place each year that is based on what contributions colleges make to the country. This year, the college was featured on … Continue reading Manhattan College Listed Highly in Regional Colleges Ranking 

Quadstock Showcases Student Talent

By Angelina Perez, Contributor ABBA tunes filled the air. Food trucks lined the parking lot. Students gathered together, and Quadstock kicked off the fall semester. Quadstock was hosted by Student Engagement on Sept. 2 on the Jasper lawn. John Bennett, assistant vice president of student life, explained the history of the event. “It was an event when I was a student 20 years ago, then … Continue reading Quadstock Showcases Student Talent