Manhattan College Expands Program to Offers Scholarships To Students From Lasallian Schools

The Manhattan College Lasallian Ambassadors logo.  MANHATTAN.EDU/COURTESY By Lauren Raziano, Copy Editor/Web Editor Manhattan College is the only Lasallian higher education institution in New York City, and is now seeking to expand their Lasallian tradition through a revised scholarship award. The Lasallian Scholars Award is a $2,000 scholarship that is offered annually to all full-time undergraduate students who have graduated from a Lasallian high school, secondary … Continue reading Manhattan College Expands Program to Offers Scholarships To Students From Lasallian Schools

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Manhattan College Listed Highly in Regional Colleges Ranking 

By Mary Haley, Staff Writer Manhattan College was recently ranked highly on both the Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list and on U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Regional Universities North Ranking” list.  According to the Washington Monthly’s website, a ranking takes place each year that is based on what contributions colleges make to the country. This year, the college was featured on … Continue reading Manhattan College Listed Highly in Regional Colleges Ranking 

Residence Life Guest Policy Revised After Years of Restrictions

By Zoe Defazio, Asst. Arts & Entertainment Editor Manhattan College’s residence life office has made a few changes following the new academic year, including the permittance of external overnight guests — or, guests that are not students — for more than one night. AJ Goodman, director of residence life, is excited to start moving back to some of the guest policies that were in place … Continue reading Residence Life Guest Policy Revised After Years of Restrictions

Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

By Adrianne Hutto, Production Editor Assistant professor of communication, Arshia Anwer, Ph.D., was announced as the 2022 winner of The Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching. The ceremony was held last Tuesday and the award was given along with a $1,000 stipend.  Anwer has been at Manhattan College since 2016. As an important member of the communication department, she teaches many different classes amongst the … Continue reading Arshia Anwer Wins Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching, Major Praise from Students, Faculty

Major Grant Given to Computer and Electrical Engineers at MC

By Angelina Persaud, Asst. News Editor The National Science Foundation (NSF) has given a $300,000 grant to the computer and electrical engineering department for students to participate in a global project.  The project entails a collaboration between the University of Zaragoza in Spain and 18 undergraduate students from Manhattan College and the City University of New York at Staten Island students. The students “will be … Continue reading Major Grant Given to Computer and Electrical Engineers at MC

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Fenwicks Announces “College Nights” and a New Closing Time

By Jilleen Barrett, Managing Editor/Features Editor Fenwicks Pub will now host “college nights,” a revival to the rule that was enacted last spring that said only Manhattan College students could enter the bar on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays between the hours of 9 p.m. and 4 a.m. This rule was developed in February after a fight broke out between two groups of people, none of … Continue reading Fenwicks Announces “College Nights” and a New Closing Time

Manhattan College Celebrates 100 years in the Bronx

By Jocelyn Visnov, Production Editor/Web Editor The beginning of the fall 2022 academic year marks the centennial of Manhattan College’s residency in the Bronx. Having been originally established on the island of Manhattan, Jaspers first began taking classes at the “New Manhattan” campus in fall of 1922.  The college was originally founded in West Harlem, Manhattan, nestled between 131st to 132nd. According to manhattan.edu, the … Continue reading Manhattan College Celebrates 100 years in the Bronx

William Clyde Steps in as Interim Provost

By Jilleen Barrett and Caroline McCarthy, Managing Editors Veteran Provost William Clyde has reclaimed the titles of provost and executive vice president of affairs of Manhattan College as of July 1. He originally served in these roles from 2010 to 2020 before Steven Schreiner took over as provost in July 2020. When The Quadrangle reached out to Schreiner for a comment, an automatic reply email … Continue reading William Clyde Steps in as Interim Provost

‘Dear Student Athlete,’ you’re off the team. 

Two-time captain Matthew Glassman’s athletic scholarship has been revoked without explanation. COURTESY/GO JASPERS By, Caroline McCarthy, Sports Editor and Managing Editor Just after walking across the stage at the Manhattan College commencement ceremony, Jasper basketball player Matthew Glassman signed an agreement to renew his athletic scholarship for his graduate season.  But on July 14, Glassman posted an Instagram reel to announce this scholarship was wrongfully taken … Continue reading ‘Dear Student Athlete,’ you’re off the team.