A COVID Anniversary

by Kelly Cwik & Megan LaCreta, Asst. A&E Editor & Staff Writer Last week, Manhattan College reached a milestone: the one-year anniversary of the school closing due to COVID-19. To reflect on the past year, The Quadrangle spoke with three students to see how they felt remembering the one-year mark and how they have managed these strange times. Alex Castro, a senior mechanical engineering student, looked back … Continue reading A COVID Anniversary

Creativity in a Restrictive Reality

by Victor Franco, Staff Writer This semester has been a challenge for student life on campus. Many activities and events were either canceled or turned fully virtual due to COVID-19, thus forcing students to have to create some activities of their own and manage the engagement of their friends. These activities are done while being socially distant in order to create an awareness of a … Continue reading Creativity in a Restrictive Reality

Surge of On-Campus Summer Activism Continues On

by Gabriella DePinho , Editor-in-Chief  The summer months saw a number of grassroots activist movements from Black Lives Matter to voter registration movements like no other, even amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, and that activism even touched Manhattan College‚Äôs community. That wave of enthusiasm around a number of social justice initiatives was particularly passionate this summer, but that passion has not left the Jasper community.  Instead, Jaspers … Continue reading Surge of On-Campus Summer Activism Continues On