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Manhattan College Celebrates 100 years in the Bronx

By Jocelyn Visnov, Production Editor/Web Editor The beginning of the fall 2022 academic year marks the centennial of Manhattan College’s residency in the Bronx. Having been originally established on the island of Manhattan, Jaspers first began taking classes at the “New Manhattan” campus in fall of 1922.  The college was originally founded in West Harlem, Manhattan, nestled between 131st to 132nd. According to manhattan.edu, the … Continue reading Manhattan College Celebrates 100 years in the Bronx

MC Senate Addresses Commencement and Renovations on South Campus

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief The Manhattan College Senate meeting confirmed that the 2022 Commencement ceremony will be held in New Jersey, with vaccination exemptions, and that further spending on Leo Hall and the Higgins Engineering and Science Center will raise renovation costs above its current $92 million figure.  After announcing the Meadowlands Exposition Center as the 2022 Commencement venue in January, provost Steven Schreiner has … Continue reading MC Senate Addresses Commencement and Renovations on South Campus

New Smoking Policy Moves Smokers into Designated Areas

As the fall semester gets underway, members of the Manhattan College community will be met with a revised smoking policy on campus. On Aug. 18, Richard Satterlee, vice president of student life at Manhattan College, emailed students about a change to the school’s smoking policy. A committee comprised of students, faculty, administrators and staff voted to designate seven outdoor locations on campus where smoking will … Continue reading New Smoking Policy Moves Smokers into Designated Areas

In Defense of Public Safety

MONICA HORAN STAFF WRITER While it seems that the number of assaults on students and residents in the area has increased significantly this semester, it calls into question the safety of our campus and the overall quality of security. An immediate analysis of this situation may be to blame the high number of incidents on an issue with security.  However, when examining each incident individually, it … Continue reading In Defense of Public Safety