Letter from the Editor

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Dear Readers, We’re back! I hope you didn’t miss us too much last week. We’re very excited to bring you a new issue this week, highlighting lots of exciting things in our neck of the woods.  For one, we sampled Riverdale Restaurant Week, featuring some of our neighborhood’s finest cuisine. We also dove into Family Weekend, which brought lots of exciting … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers, Happy Triangle Week! We’re very glad to be able to bring our Triangle Edition back this semester. We hope these stories and memes can bring a little happiness and relaxation to a very stressful and difficult time.  This week we also have some fantastic articles in our standard issue, with updates on the new masking policy on campus, plus event coverage from the … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Dear Readers, I write to you with great sadness for the loss of one of our community members. Christian Gallante, a junior at MC, tragically passed away last Thursday after a fall from Horan Hall. Myself, and the entire Quadrangle staff, extend our deepest condolences to Christian’s family and friends.  I am personally heartbroken to hear of such a tragic loss, … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Dear Readers,  Thanks for tuning in with us for another week. Last week I, along with many of my peers, celebrated NEDA (National Eating Disorders Awareness) Week. This week holds special importance to me, as it recognizes the week that I finally started receiving help for my own eating disorder two years ago, and is also a time that I can … Continue reading Letter From the Editor

A Coach To Look Up To

By Christina Katsamouri, Contributor Professional, consistent, efficient, motivated and intentional are some of the things that characterize Mike Olave, the strength and conditioning coach of Manhattan College, according to his athletes. Olave, in his fifth year at Manhattan College, is in charge of all the 18 sports teams, as well as being their biggest inspiration and leader. Olave served as the assistant coach for the … Continue reading A Coach To Look Up To

It’s Time We Back Up Mental Health Awareness with Action

By Pete Janny, Senior Writer Starting out the spring semester online is disappointing, but hopefully temporary as expected. And if this strategy ensures that everybody at Manhattan College has a fair shot at having a successful semester, then so be this first week of online classes.  Hopefully one day we’ll look back and share some laughs about how professors couldn’t navigate google meet or zoom … Continue reading It’s Time We Back Up Mental Health Awareness with Action

I Wasn’t Raised Religious. Here’s How I Feel About Attending a Lasallian Catholic College.

by Jocelyn Visnov, Asst. Production Editor Before coming to Manhattan, the thought of attending a religious affiliated college was absolutely terrifying.  Growing up, I was never put on a path to subscribe to one specific religious label. Unlike many of my peers here on campus, I did not attend bible study or weekly church services growing up, nor did I attend a Catholic-affiliated high school … Continue reading I Wasn’t Raised Religious. Here’s How I Feel About Attending a Lasallian Catholic College.

Tom Brady Ends G.O.A.T Debate

Michael Bottiglieri, Contributor On March 20, 2020, Tom Brady officially signed his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, breaking both the internet and the hearts of lifelong Patriots fans.  Backtrack to the 2019 season, the Buccaneers were 7-9 being while led by former first overall pick Jameis Winston, who tallied up an all-time high 30 interceptions which led to 112 total points for opposing teams. … Continue reading Tom Brady Ends G.O.A.T Debate