Return to In-Person Activity Brings Changes to COVID Safety Measures Across Campus

By Jocelyn Visnov, Web Editor/Asst. Production Editor As Manhattan College continues to monitor the state of the pandemic, several COVID safety precaution policies have been modified for the Spring 2022 semester so that students and staff can safely continue to gather in-person.  With the transition to in-person instruction, study spaces like O’Malley Library and the Kelly Commons have again become lively with students and staff … Continue reading Return to In-Person Activity Brings Changes to COVID Safety Measures Across Campus

Accident at Kelly Commons Results in DWI Arrest

by ROSE BRENNAN AND JOE LIGGIO, Editor and Asst. Editor On the evening of Sunday, Feb. 11 at approximately 11:55 p.m., a car collided with the side railings along the walkway beside Kelly Commons. There were no injuries to pedestrians or the driver. Public Safety Officer Jasel King was one of the first responders to the scene of the incident. King was patrolling and locking up Kelly … Continue reading Accident at Kelly Commons Results in DWI Arrest

Screw Found in Kelly Commons Marketplace Wrap

This past Thursday, Jan. 25, a Manhattan College student found a small screw in their wrap, both the student and Gourmet Dining Services confirmed. Leah McGovern, a junior civil engineering major at Manhattan College, discovered this screw at the Kelly Commons Marketplace. “I typically buy a wrap for lunch there every weekday day because I have meal swipes through my meal plan when I have … Continue reading Screw Found in Kelly Commons Marketplace Wrap

Printers to be Added in Student Commons

by MEGHAN DREHER, Staff Writer & AUGUST KISSEL, Staff Writer Each day, students rush to class, always leaving with enough travel time to arrive to class in a timely manner. A typical pit stop along the way is the library. Upon entering, a common sight is to find a mass of students either waiting to use or using the computers, hoping to quickly print out their assignment … Continue reading Printers to be Added in Student Commons

Despite Growing Pains, Kelly Commons Finds Niche on Campus

With the semester winding to a close, it has been almost a full academic year since the opening of the Raymond Kelly Student Commons.   The new, state-of-the-art, building features a new fitness center, dining options and meeting spaces for students and faculty. The commons is also the first building at Manhattan College to receive a LEED certification, making it the most sustainable and environmentally … Continue reading Despite Growing Pains, Kelly Commons Finds Niche on Campus

Free Game Room Opens in the Kelly Commons

Kieran Rock and Kelly Burns Editors Months after its opening, the Kelly Commons has become an important fixture in campus life. Now, the building has a brand new addition–a free game room–that promises to draw more in more traffic from students. Situated on the first floor of the commons is the new game room. Inside, students can play two “Fast and Furious” racing car games, a Big Buck … Continue reading Free Game Room Opens in the Kelly Commons

Multicultural Center Functions as Hub of Campus Diversity

In the third floor of the Raymond W. Kelly ’63 Student Commons, glass walls encompass two sides of the relatively new Multicultural Center. Hanging on the wall is a colorful mural 30 students created during Manhattan College’s first Diversity Development Day last Spring. Painted on the mural are words of encouragement and phrases such as “Lets Mix,” flags from various countries, a palm tree, a … Continue reading Multicultural Center Functions as Hub of Campus Diversity

Manhattan College’s Revenue Increases Despite Large Increase in College Reserve

Manhattan College’s revenue increased by 11 percent in the fiscal year of 2013-2014, which ended June 30th, 2014, according to the Statement of Activities report issued at the Manhattan College Senate Meeting on Nov. 18. Among its revenue increase, MC saw a $1.9 million increase (60 percent) from the previous fiscal year in contributions to the school, according to the report. In its expenses, MC … Continue reading Manhattan College’s Revenue Increases Despite Large Increase in College Reserve