“Every major is engineering”: Futurist Society Looks to Expand

By Luke Jankovic, Contributor The Futurist Society collaborated with Don Mackenzie, a professor of civil engineering at the University of Washington, to speak last week Friday on the sustainability of electrical vehicles, and the overall positive outlook he had of the future of said vehicles if proper funding could be secured. The club, which is dedicated to the discussion of future technologies and their application … Continue reading “Every major is engineering”: Futurist Society Looks to Expand

Creativity in a Restrictive Reality

by Victor Franco, Staff Writer This semester has been a challenge for student life on campus. Many activities and events were either canceled or turned fully virtual due to COVID-19, thus forcing students to have to create some activities of their own and manage the engagement of their friends. These activities are done while being socially distant in order to create an awareness of a … Continue reading Creativity in a Restrictive Reality

Manhattan College Club Leaders Remain Optimistic Despite COVID-19

by Jilleen Barrett, Asst. A&E Editor As the fall semester is beginning to unfold, both remote and in-person learners at Manhattan College wonder what the upcoming year will look like. Due to the effects of COVID-19, almost every aspect of the college will be operating differently, including student organizations and clubs. Many clubs will be impacted by the new rules set in place this semester. … Continue reading Manhattan College Club Leaders Remain Optimistic Despite COVID-19

Real Estate Club Offers Opportunities and Experiences for Business Students

by Gillian Puma, Senior Writer  The O’Malley School of Business Offers a variety of clubs for business students. Clubs such as the entrepreneurship club and the investment club give students the opportunities to learn more about how the business world works, while not being limited to just business students. This semester, the O’Malley School of Business has introduced a new club to educate students on real … Continue reading Real Estate Club Offers Opportunities and Experiences for Business Students

Clubs on Campus Struggle to Find Approval for Fundraising Ideas

The Sigma Delta Tau sorority is one of the newest Greek life options on campus and, as a result, still struggles with the difficulties of being a new club. Some of those struggles include finding effective ways to fundraise on campus and to get those ideas approved by  the Office of Student Activities. “We do a lot of philanthropy work, we fundraise for Prevent Child … Continue reading Clubs on Campus Struggle to Find Approval for Fundraising Ideas

Becoming More Than an Email List

“Club space.” That’s what the new student commons promised, and it delivered. There is now a room dedicated to clubs on the fourth floor of the new Student Commons, but who is using it? What are the actual clubs that mean something at Manhattan College, and frankly when do we start calling and email list a club? With the activities fair this past week, we … Continue reading Becoming More Than an Email List

New Club on Campus: MEDLIFE

STAFF WRITER: MADELEINE SCHWARTZ Close your eyes and think of your most valued possession. For some it may be a phone or an expensive purse, but for many people, their answer would be food or clean water. The organization MEDLIFE, or Medicine, Education, Development for Lower Income Families Everywhere, was created in 2005 by Nicolas Ellis while he was a student at the University of Maine. MEDLIFE’s mission … Continue reading New Club on Campus: MEDLIFE