Updates on Online Courses Offered at Manhattan College

By Josh Grewal, Asst. Social Media Editor Despite the college discontinuing most online and hybrid class options in the current academic year, the course catalog for the summer and fall of 2022 will include brief offerings of remote learning for further flexibility.  This year, students saw some hybrid implementation of both online and in person courses, mainly due to the looming threat of COVID. In … Continue reading Updates on Online Courses Offered at Manhattan College

Voices on the Quad: Online Start to the Semester

By Maria Thomas, Senior Writer Anthony Mastrogiacomo ‘23 How do you feel about the first week of classes being online? I feel that online classes for the first week is a great idea because it allows for people to settle in, and if they have tested positive within a few days of the year starting, they will not be missing class. On the other hand, … Continue reading Voices on the Quad: Online Start to the Semester

Education Majors Lost in Shuffle to Online Classes

by Alexa Schmidt, August Kissel, Gabriella Depinho, A&E Editor, Senior Writer, Editor-in-Chief  As lab instructors figure out how to create virtual labs and other educators figure out video chat technology, many professors and students are making do in these peculiar times where social distancing and online classes are now the norm due to the coronavirus. However, for some students, the classroom cannot be moved online and … Continue reading Education Majors Lost in Shuffle to Online Classes

Engineering Class Pilots the Flip Class

Many college students have experienced moments when they wish they could stay in their beds but still get credit for going to class, especially during the icy winter months. With the new concept of a flip class here at Manhattan, this may become a reality. A “flip class” means exactly what its name implies. It is the opposite of a regular class where the lecture … Continue reading Engineering Class Pilots the Flip Class