Students Share Their Thoughts on the Mold in Horan Hall

Interviews conducted and compiled by Alexa Schmidt, Asst. A&E Editor Voices on the Quad Donovan Reilly Year: Junior Major: Communication and Urban Studies As a resident in Horan, how do you feel about the recent mold? Well personally, I’ve not been affected, but I know there’s been numerous cases in Horan where a lot of students have had to move and relocate between another resident … Continue reading Students Share Their Thoughts on the Mold in Horan Hall

A Look Back at a Rough Winter

The snow that has plagued the Manhattan College campus is now melting in the beaming sun, however, that isn’t enough to obliterate the treacherous winter from the memories of students and faculty. This semester alone the school has had four closings, including two that were delayed, and two delayed openings. This as a result has been of much inconvenience to many commuting students and faculty … Continue reading A Look Back at a Rough Winter

In OV, Plumbing Issues Persist

In Overlook Manor, the college’s only apartment-style residence hall, plumbing issues related to the building’s age causes a majority of maintenance problems in units, residents and staff say. Most residents who said they experienced plumbing issues reported small problems, such as leaks, clogs and problems in bathrooms.  In most cases, residents say that Physical Plant staff, who respond to maintenance requests, were able to fix … Continue reading In OV, Plumbing Issues Persist

Jasper Construction Angers Students, Causes Delays

JACLYN MARR ASST. SPORTS EDITOR As students prepared for the beginning of a new semester, some were in for an unpleasant surprise. Residents in Jasper Hall started their day and headed to class, only to discover that their main pathway to campus was closed. Due to construction, the pathway was inaccessible. The path was being repaved in order to continue the stonework from the quad. … Continue reading Jasper Construction Angers Students, Causes Delays

Administration Solicits Ideas for Future of Vacant Campus Space

BY KYLEIGH PANETTA STAFF WRITER The new student commons is an exciting addition to Manhattan College, but its completion left approximately 30,000 square feet of empty space that needs to be assigned a different function. Mr. Andrew Ryan, Vice President for Facilities, and Dr. Richard Satterlee, Vice President for Student Life, are just two of the many committee members responsible for soliciting ideas for space … Continue reading Administration Solicits Ideas for Future of Vacant Campus Space

New Student Commons Impresses Students and Faculty

The semester’s first week of classes has been marked by the opening of the much-anticipated Ray Kelly Student Commons, which features new dining options, meeting spaces and faculty offices. The commons, which set Manhattan College back more than $40 million mostly acquired in donations, broke ground in December of 2013. As far as using the new building, which connects the north and south sides of … Continue reading New Student Commons Impresses Students and Faculty