Meet Pat Kehrberger ’69, Manhattan’s First Female Student

Pat Kehrberger graduates as first female engineering student at MC. QUADRANGLE/COURTESY By: Maizy Swift, Asst. Production & Jilleen Barrett, Senior Writer In 1965, Pat Ruback Kehrberger ’69 became the first woman to attend Manhattan College. After expressing interest in engineering, her high school principal convinced a brother at the college that Kerhberger should be able to attend MC.. “On the spot, he said, ‘Well, it … Continue reading Meet Pat Kehrberger ’69, Manhattan’s First Female Student

Math Madness Tutoring Program Enriches Local Community Schools

Students playing math Bingo in order to learn math concepts. PEARL MARINAS/COURTESY By, Angelina Persaud, News Editor The Math Madness Outreach Program has had another year of success in teaching children to love the learning process through math tutoring services from Manhattan College students.  The initial idea for the program stemmed from the donation of an MC alum, who chose to remain anonymous, of the class … Continue reading Math Madness Tutoring Program Enriches Local Community Schools

Riverdale Rises: Artizen Cafe Has Workspace and Love

Artizen Cafe on Riverdale Ave combines artisan goods and coffee with a co-working space. LAUREN RAZIANO/THE QUADRANGLE By, Lauren Raziano, Multimedia Editor  Combining a boutique co-working space with artisanal coffee and goods, Artizen Cafe offers a new curated atmosphere for the Riverdale community. Co-founders Adam Castillo and Maria Liriano shared their love for coffee and community with The Quadrangle. The Artizen name is the amalgamation of  … Continue reading Riverdale Rises: Artizen Cafe Has Workspace and Love

Moss Café Helps Grow the Community

A typical latte and tea at the local Moss Café located on Johnson Ave. MOSSCAFE/COURTESY By, Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer This hole-in-the-wall café stands a few blocks away from the campus of Manhattan College with inviting staff and a menu consisting of completely housemade and self-grown ingredients. Not only does Moss Cafe prioritize their menu, the local spot also strives to give back to its … Continue reading Moss Café Helps Grow the Community

The Friendly Fridge Is Back With The Help of Riverdale Community Support

The newly renovated Friendly Fridge ready to be stocked with fresh produce andwarm meals. ZOE DEFAZIO/ THE QUADRANGLE By Zoe DeFazio, Web Editor On Jan. 7, the Friendly Fridge located on Broadway, just down the street from Manhattan College, was found vandalized, according to volunteers. The unnamed perpetrator placed a can of toxic oil-based black paint upside down inside the refrigerator, leaving the paint to … Continue reading The Friendly Fridge Is Back With The Help of Riverdale Community Support

New Mock Trial Team Brings Opportunities for Pre-Law Students

The whole team at the mock trial scrimmage against Iona. ALICIA CAMARGO/COURTESY  By: Kelly Kennedy, Senior Writer Last August, four students had an idea to bring a new club to Manhattan College, where students could come together and compete simulating a real-life trial through the American Mock Trial Association. Mock trial is present at many schools across the country, and is now finally a part … Continue reading New Mock Trial Team Brings Opportunities for Pre-Law Students

Sophomore’s Historical Research Becomes Published on the History News Network

Alyssa Spinosa hopes to eventually attend law school after graduating from MC. ALYSSA SPINOSA/COURTESY By: Jocelyn Visnov, Editor-in-Chief Alyssa Spinosa has shed light on the legacy of recently deceased feminist icon Charlene Mitchell. With the help of Professor Adam Arenson, Ph.D, Spinosa’s research on Mitchell was recently published to the History News Network.  Spinosa is a sophomore majoring in history with a minor in philosophy. … Continue reading Sophomore’s Historical Research Becomes Published on the History News Network

MC Students Practice Mindfulness

The zen room, created to relax students and relieve stress. BRIANNA COPPOLA /THE QUADRANGLE By: Brianna Coppola, Asst. Features Editor Manhattan College offers a new space for students to take a moment for themselves. The zen room was created by the counseling center to practice relaxation techniques, cope with stress and practice mindful meditation.  The small space with dim lighting sets a peaceful mood. The … Continue reading MC Students Practice Mindfulness

TurnStyle’s World Turned Upside Down

By Brooke DellaRocco, Staff Writer On the fifth floor of Thomas Hall there is a tiny room, filled to the brim with clothing, exploding with different patterns displayed across the walls. This is TurnStyle. TurnStyle is the non-profit campus thrift store, here at Manhattan College, which allows students to give back to the community while indulging in a bit of retail therapy. This year they … Continue reading TurnStyle’s World Turned Upside Down