Manhattan College Alum’s Band Bounces Back from COVID’s Hard Hit on the Music Industry

by Megan LaCreta & Madalyn Johnson, Staff Writer & Web Editor Kevin Donald ‘19, came to Manhattan College in hopes of being close to the New York City music scene. During his time at Manhattan, Donald played in the jazz band, performed improv with Scatterbomb and earned the performing arts scholarship. He also formed the band Let Me Ask My Mother, which focuses mostly on … Continue reading Manhattan College Alum’s Band Bounces Back from COVID’s Hard Hit on the Music Industry

Alternative Narrative Art Show: Painting a Picture of What Black History Month is All About

by Pete Janny, Sports Editor Art oftentimes works as a narrative; it has a story to tell and can be an outlet for many to express their deepest desires. Its beauty and meaning contain the power to bring others together. Come Feb. 23, Jaspers will have the chance to appreciate a special kind of artwork when Student Engagement reveals its Alternative Narrative Art Show featuring … Continue reading Alternative Narrative Art Show: Painting a Picture of What Black History Month is All About

Jasper Jams: Grammy Nominees & Snubees

by Gabriella DePinho & Emily Rumsey, Senior Writer & Contributor   JASPER JAMS Music is an integral part of so many people’s lives, from those who make a living from making it themselves to those who love it to even those who only listen when they’re forced to. As the world came to a stop due to the pandemic, the touring industry came to a … Continue reading Jasper Jams: Grammy Nominees & Snubees