The LWGRC Will Continue Hosting #MeToo Mondays to Support Victims of Sexual Violence

By Kelly Kennedy, Social Media Editor The Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center will revitalize #MeToo Mondays for the fall semester on Oct. 3 in Kelly 3C. #MeToo Mondays is a student-led support group for survivors of sexual abuse and harrassment. This year, the group will be led by senior Kate Behrens.  #MeToo Mondays were started in 2019 by Julia Ettere ’21 while she was … Continue reading The LWGRC Will Continue Hosting #MeToo Mondays to Support Victims of Sexual Violence

Manhattan College Advocates for Refugees

By Mack Olmsted and Brianna Coppola, Asst. Production Editor & Contributer Manhattan College kicked off refugee advocacy week with a discussion event on war and displacement. The discussion was organized by junior Christopher Belden and campus minister Conor Reidy, with the intention to encourage faculty to raise awareness about the Ukrainian refugee crisis. The idea came after Belden spent his summer internship at The Holocaust, … Continue reading Manhattan College Advocates for Refugees

MC Reacts to Queen Passing

By Angelina Perez, Contributor On Sept. 8, 2022 Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, the now former Queen of England, passed away. Many in the United Kingdom and around the world were hit with grief and sadness and had some thoughts on the matter. Manhattan College students from different parts of the world opened up and expressed their opinions on the former Queen’s reign.  Gabrielle Blair ’26, Philosophy … Continue reading MC Reacts to Queen Passing

Voices on the Quad: Masks or no Masks?

By Cristian Saravia, Contributor On Sept. 8, One Manhattan released a statement that 13 people in the Manhattan College community were reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. This number raised some concern for students and faculty alike, prompting some people to wonder if they should begin wearing masks on campus again. Kevin Ahern, Ph.D. of the Religious Studies department and fellow students give their … Continue reading Voices on the Quad: Masks or no Masks?

MC Crochet Club Offers Students A Creative Outlet

By Kelly Kennedy, Social Media Editor A tight knit group of friends started a new club here on campus to help students get creative and meet new people – the Crochet Club. The Crochet Club is a new club at Manhattan College this semester, where four students are hoping to share their love for crocheting with the community and help teach others how to crochet … Continue reading MC Crochet Club Offers Students A Creative Outlet

Falling for Autumn Fashion Finds

By Mary Haley, Staff Writer With the beginning of a new semester and the days getting colder and shorter, styles at Manhattan College are shifting to embrace this change. Whether it is baggy pants to the chemistry lab or oversized sweaters to go thrifting in NoHo, Eliz Ohanian, Savannah Connelly and Nathan Noble weigh in on what they are excited to see this season.  Eliz … Continue reading Falling for Autumn Fashion Finds

Sarah Sheehan: The Woman Behind the Stacks

By Lauren Raziano, Copy Editor/Web Editor The Tom and Mary Alice O’Malley Library is filled with stacks of books and wonderful people. One of the staff members of the O’Mally Library is the Director of Reference and Instruction, Sarah Sheehan MSLS, M.ED, AHIP. Sheehan has been with Manhattan College for six years, but has spent over 30 years being a librarian. She has always been … Continue reading Sarah Sheehan: The Woman Behind the Stacks

New VP of Student Life Talks Upcoming Plans

Sr. Gray’s headshot as the new Vice President of Student Life at Manhattan College. MANHATTAN.EDU /COURTESY By Isaiah Rosario, Staff Writer The wait for a new vice president of student life is officially over.  Ronald Gray Ph.D is taking over for the former interim VP of student life, Esmilda Abreu-Hornbostel.  For Abreu-Hornbostel, the transition from interim vice president of student life to the associate vice president … Continue reading New VP of Student Life Talks Upcoming Plans

MC Club Leaders Take-On A Packed Fair

By Rebecca Kranich & Grace Cardinal, Asst. Social Media Editor & Staff Writer The Manhattan College community welcomed its students back to campus for the second week of classes by hosting the semi-annual club fair on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Over 70 clubs were in attendance, sporting tables full of information, posters, and gift bags intending to draw in new members. Due to the rain, the … Continue reading MC Club Leaders Take-On A Packed Fair