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

Manhattan College Budget Deficit Decreases to $3.8 Million, Still Higher Than Administrators Anticipated

by Gabriella DePinho & Kyla Guilfoil, Senior Writer & Asst. News Editor  While Manhattan College administrators originally projected a $10 million budget deficit, administrators say that due to measures taken in the fall semester, the college is now only facing a projected $3.8 million budget deficit. This new projection, which is higher than administrators had hoped for, was communicated to community members at a college … Continue reading Manhattan College Budget Deficit Decreases to $3.8 Million, Still Higher Than Administrators Anticipated

Jasper Jams: Winter Break Edition

by Gabriella DePinho, Senior Writer Though winter break was only a week longer than usual this year, it felt longer because of the time spent away from campus. After campus closed just before Thanksgiving, the semester went on, but the winter break mindset of lounging on the couch and baking cookies kicked in earlier than usual. I finished my classes out despite the desire to … Continue reading Jasper Jams: Winter Break Edition

The Case for a Joseph Coppo Field Ahead of Manhattan Baseball’s 2021 Return to VCP

by Pete Janny, Sports and Managing Editor Baseball has always been more than just a game in New York City. Around these parts, it’s a tradition; a way of life for many. The beautiful simplicity and patriotic disposition of the sport makes it easy to be romantic about. And here, in New York, baseball’s brightest moments have poetically come during the darkest of hours. In many … Continue reading The Case for a Joseph Coppo Field Ahead of Manhattan Baseball’s 2021 Return to VCP