College ID Policy More Strictly Enforced in Dining Halls

College students typically associate falsifying their identification to get into a local bar or purchase alcohol. At Manhattan College, borrowing a friend’s ID to get into the dining hall can seem just as commonplace. Administrators are sending a clear message that sharing college IDs will not be tolerated. Dean of Students Michael Carey, Psy.D, said that while no incidents have been reported to his office, … Continue reading College ID Policy More Strictly Enforced in Dining Halls

Student Commons Dining Options and New Meal Plan System Announced

The student commons will feature six new dining options next year under a newly structured meal plan system that includes flex dollars and dining dollars rather than Jasper dollars and a la carte dollars. These changes were announced at an informational meeting held Feb. 25 in Dante’s that was attended by students and administration. External vendors for the student commons include a fully licensed Starbucks, … Continue reading Student Commons Dining Options and New Meal Plan System Announced

The Healthy McDonald: MC’s Resident Nutritionist

BY: MONICA HORAN How many calories are contained in each gram of fat? What percentage of total deaths in the United States is linked to heart disease? How much soy should you eat each day to lower cholesterol levels? For students on campus feeling clueless about diet and nutrition, MC’s resident Dietician and Nutritionist Alexa McDonald is on campus with the answers to all of these questions and more. … Continue reading The Healthy McDonald: MC’s Resident Nutritionist