President Emeritus Brennan O’Donnell Takes On a New Role

By Mack Olmsted, Asst. Production Editor Manhattan College’s president emeritus, Brennan O’Donnell, Ph.D, has recently been selected to join the board of trustees at Misericordia University. O’Donnell was president of Manhattan College from 2009 to 2022.  O’Donnell was one of three new board of trustees members that were appointed by Misericordia University.  Interim President Brother Daniel Gardner, who took on the role of president after … Continue reading President Emeritus Brennan O’Donnell Takes On a New Role

The Hall Housing Smith Auditorium and the Chapel of De LaSalle and His Brothers to be Changed to Honor Stephen J. Squeri ‘81, ‘86

By Angelina Persaud, Asst. News Editor Alumni, chairman and CEO of American Express Stephen J. Squeri ‘81, ‘86 made a  $10 million donation to the Invest in the Vision Campaign at Manhattan College. In honor of his contribution, the building that contains Smith Auditorium and the Chapel of De LaSalle and His Brothers will be formally renamed to Squeri Hall. The Invest in the Vision … Continue reading The Hall Housing Smith Auditorium and the Chapel of De LaSalle and His Brothers to be Changed to Honor Stephen J. Squeri ‘81, ‘86

MC Welcomes a New Sorority to Campus

By Isaiah Rosario, Asst. Sports Editor Manhattan College has officially gained a second sorority: Alpha Pi Phi (APP). The chapter will begin recruitment as early as the fall 2022 semester.  As of Jan. 19, there are currently six sisters in this sorority who make up the chapter’s executive board. Vice President Jamie Robbins spoke to The Quadrangle about the initial creation of the chapter.  “It … Continue reading MC Welcomes a New Sorority to Campus

Jaspers Return: Spring Semester Classes to Begin Online

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief According to a One Manhattan email yesterday afternoon, the spring semester will begin remotely, with students attending class online from Jan. 19 to 25.  This decision was announced on Friday, Jan. 14 via email from the One Manhattan co-chairs: Esmilda Abreu-Hornbostel, Interim Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students, Tamara Britt, Vice President for Legal and External Affairs/Chief of … Continue reading Jaspers Return: Spring Semester Classes to Begin Online

The Black Student Union Commits to Making Campus Inclusive, through Black History Month & More

by Zoe DeFazio, Staff Writer The Black Student Union is dedicated to advocating for all Black students to ensure their voices are heard on campus. The BSU strives to do this by empowering students, showcasing Black pride and embracing the history that makes Black beautiful. For Black History Month, the club was able to provide multiple events that illustrate the deep history and what it … Continue reading The Black Student Union Commits to Making Campus Inclusive, through Black History Month & More

OneManhattan Student Ambassadors Continues to Keep Campus Safe

by Jilleen Barrett, A&E Editor   After a long winter break, many students are returning to campus to learn in-person. While most are concerned with avoiding contact with those who have contracted the virus, the OneManhattan ambassadors will continue to assist everyone by encouraging the entire Manhattan College community to follow safety procedures. Frenki-Samuel Lulgjuraj, a freshman, is one of the ambassadors for OneManhattan. He … Continue reading OneManhattan Student Ambassadors Continues to Keep Campus Safe

Making Your Dorm Room a Home

by Maria Thomas, News Editor  As the new semester kicks off after a long winter break, some on-campus residents of Manhattan College can start to feel homesick. After living with luxuries like space to move around, a private room and maybe even multiple bathrooms for nearly a month, it is normal for Jasper’s to feel cramped in a residence hall. Other students desire a change in their … Continue reading Making Your Dorm Room a Home

Also on Campus

Brother Thomas Scanlan Brother Thomas Scanlan, former Manhattan College President, received the Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Award this past Saturday, Jan. 30. The Award was presented by the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. This prestigious award is usually given to a retired college professor that largely contributed to Catholic higher education. Pete McHugh, director of communications at Manhattan College, shared a few of … Continue reading Also on Campus