SAAC Drives Manhattan to Second Most Community Service Hours in NCAA Competition

In the 163-year existence of Manhattan College, very few times have the school’s 17 Division 1 athletic programs reached the pinnacle of the NCAA. You’d have to go all the way back to 1973, when the Jaspers won the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, to find the last time a Manhattan team won a national event. Forty-three years later, Manhattan has achieved NCAA success … Continue reading SAAC Drives Manhattan to Second Most Community Service Hours in NCAA Competition

Third Annual Mission Month: Past and Present

When Brother Jack Curran first stepped foot onto Manhattan College for a job interview in April of 2013 he happened to pick up an issue of The Quadrangle that highlighted “De La Salle Week,” the predecessor to what is now known as Mission Month. De La Salle Week was the college’s way of celebrating the life, work and legacy of Saint John Baptist de La … Continue reading Third Annual Mission Month: Past and Present

Thinking About What Diversity Really Means

PAM SEGURA SENIOR WRITER On April 10, students and professors engaged in a stirring conversation about race, racial justice and the sensitivity that surrounds these topics. It’s an excellent moment for the college, as it suggests that “diversity” is for effect, not just evocation. Dr. Charles W. Mills, professor of moral and intellectual philosophy at Northwestern University, led the discussion. The Center for Ethics co-sponsored … Continue reading Thinking About What Diversity Really Means