MC Students Tickled Pink For Charity At Breast Cancer Walk

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Manhattan College students from Greek life to athletes were present at the annual Breast Cancer Walk in Central Park on Sunday, Oct. 16. Some of the groups included Delta Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Delta Tau, The Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center and several sports teams.  For Delta Kappa Epsilon, participation in the Breast Cancer Walk is a tradition as the … Continue reading MC Students Tickled Pink For Charity At Breast Cancer Walk

Women’s Basketball Wears Neon Pink for the Month of February

By Maddie Mulkigian, Contributor Manhattan College’s women’s basketball team will be honoring Coach Kay Yow and the Kay Yow Cancer Fund throughout the month of February through the Play4Kay initiative. The Jaspers will be wearing custom-made pink uniforms throughout the month to raise awareness about the foundation.  The Kay Yow Cancer Fund’s mission is to raise awareness and money for underserved women who are battling … Continue reading Women’s Basketball Wears Neon Pink for the Month of February

October is Breast Cancer Awareness: Here’s Why you Should Care?

by Christine Nappi, Features Editor    When I first found out my mom had breast cancer I didn’t know how to feel– scared, nervous, worried, all of the above. She had cancer. Cancer. I knew Cancer was a very real disease, but I never thought something like this would happen to her. Cancer was always a world away from me– yet one day I blinked and … Continue reading October is Breast Cancer Awareness: Here’s Why you Should Care?