Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers,  Hello and welcome back to campus! My name is Jocelyn Visnov, and I have the privilege of being Editor-in-Chief of the Quadrangle this year.  If you’re reading the print version of the paper, to the left you’ll find a very talented list of writers and editors. This masthead, along with many other wonderful writers not listed, will be working hard to excite and … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

Letter from The Editor

Dear Readers,  We are so excited to present our fall 2022 special issue: 100 Years in the Bronx. We hope that these stories embody the community, culture and experience that comes with being a part of Manhattan College in our neighborhood.  We know that while we feel like this is our space, we also share it with so many incredible businesses, organizations and people. We … Continue reading Letter from The Editor

An Outlook on Jaspers Men’s Basketball 2022-23 Season

By Andrew Mannion, Staff Writer It’s safe to say this has been a wild and unexpected start to basketball season for the Jaspers. Steve Masiello, the head coach for the Jaspers, was fired just two weeks before the start of Manhattan’s season. Jose Perez, the MAAC preseason player of the year, headed to West Virginia. With the loss of Masiello, Perez and former assistant coach … Continue reading An Outlook on Jaspers Men’s Basketball 2022-23 Season

Manhattan College Women’s Basketball Shine In Their Own Spotlight

By Angelica Niedermeyer, Asst. Sports Editor  The Manhattan College women’s basketball team is the shining star this year. Led by the always supportive Coach Heather Vulin in her seventh season and three motivated captains — Dee Dee Davis, Brazil Harvey-Carr and Christinia Katsamouri — the Lady Jaspers deserve more praise than ever for their efforts this year. Despite their current 0-2 record in non-conference games … Continue reading Manhattan College Women’s Basketball Shine In Their Own Spotlight

LETTER from the EDITOR

Dear Readers,  Welcome to October! This week, I want to encourage you all to remember to find time just for yourself. The semester is in full swing, and it’s easy to get caught up in what NEEDS to be done, rather than what you may just need for yourself.  Your classes are important, but so is your wellbeing. Juggling internship applications, extracurricular responsibilities, athletics, studying … Continue reading LETTER from the EDITOR

Letter to The Editor from The Society of Friends of 517

April 11, 2022 We, The Society of Friends of 517, are the Performing Arts Students of Manhattan College. We are the workers that provide the vital elements to EVERY event in the Performing Arts; we are the thinkers and doers. We are the voice of Performing Arts. Our mission is to ensure that Lasallian Values and the School’s promises to all its students are being … Continue reading Letter to The Editor from The Society of Friends of 517

Letter from the Editor

By Kyla Guilfoil, Editor-in-Chief Dear Readers,  I hope you all had a lovely Valentine’s Day, whether it was spent with family, friends or a certain special someone. This week we were able to feature the love in the air on MC’s campus, getting to know those who have found love in Riverdale.  Thank you to all of our wonderful community members who contributed to our … Continue reading Letter from the Editor

To Whom It May Concern, a Discussion about Race: Missing White Woman Syndrome

By Zoe DeFazio, Asst. Arts and Entertainment Editor To whom it may concern,  With liberty and justice for all. Six words that are familiar to Americans. The Pledge of Allegiance was written in August 1892 by the socialist minister, Francis Bellamy. We say the Pledge of Allegiance because it enstates a sense of patriotism and pride to the United States. We recited these words every … Continue reading To Whom It May Concern, a Discussion about Race: Missing White Woman Syndrome