Fire Alarms Startle Residents After Laundry Replacements 

New laundry machines installed in Lee Hall last week. GRACE CARDINAL/THE QUADRANGLE By Karen Flores and Grace Cardinal, Asst. Features Editor & Staff Writer  New laundry machines have set off fire alarms in Manhattan College’s Lee Hall this semester, students say. Confusion ran high as to what was happening with the new machines and when the issues would be resolved.  “It’s just disruptive in general … Continue reading  Fire Alarms Startle Residents After Laundry Replacements 

Residence Life Will Soon Begin Process of Relocating Horan Residents

Current residents of Horan Hall will be relocated to other residence halls for the spring semester. JILLEEN BARRETT/ THE QUADRANGLE By Megan LaCreta, A&E Editor Manhattan College’s Horan Hall, currently filled with student residents, will be closed for the spring 2023 semester. Now, Residence Life will begin plans to relocate students who will have to leave their rooms in the coming months.  Going into the … Continue reading Residence Life Will Soon Begin Process of Relocating Horan Residents

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

Residence Life Announces New Personalized Themed Housing for Fall 2022

By Lauren Raziano, Web Production and Assist. Sports Editor  Starting in Fall 2022, there will be four new unique themed housing communities on campus, announced in a Residence Life email sent out to students in February.  AJ Goodman, the associate dean of students and director of residence life, is looking forward to this new personalized housing option for Manhattan College students.  “Themed Housing was created … Continue reading Residence Life Announces New Personalized Themed Housing for Fall 2022

Manhattan College Implements Residency Requirement

by Megan Dreher & C. Garrett Kiedel, Editor-in-Chief & Sports Editor Manhattan College has drawn up a new residency requirement for incoming freshmen, publicized in the 2019-2020 Academic Catalog in March 2019, and implemented as of the Fall 2019 with the class of 2023. As stated in the Academic Catalog, “…all full-time undergraduate students who enter Manhattan College in the Fall 2019 semester and thereafter … Continue reading Manhattan College Implements Residency Requirement

RA Hiring Process Now to Include Rising Sophomores

by Rose Brennan, A&E Editor The role of a resident assistant (RA) is one of the most sought-after positions at Manhattan College. In addition to the chance to become a student leader, the position is also compensated through free room and board. Now, the coveted position is opening up to more potential applicants. The Office of Residence Life recently announced that the RA hiring process for the … Continue reading RA Hiring Process Now to Include Rising Sophomores

Mold Returns to Campus: Horan and Alumni Hall Affected

by Joe Liggio, Senior Writer There’s a fungus among us yet again. Two separate buildings on campus, Horan Hall and Alumni Hall, have been afflicted with mold since the start of the semester, with each situation posing their own unique problems for students and staff to contend with. Horan Hall had undergone the same situation this time last year, affecting approximately 15 percent of residencies within the … Continue reading Mold Returns to Campus: Horan and Alumni Hall Affected

Major Shake-Ups in Administration to Kick Off New School Year

by Rose Brennan, Gabriella DePinho & Alexa Schmidt, A&E Editor, News Editor & Features Editor Carey Out, Goodman Leaves Res Life, French Joins Engineering School Manhattan College kicked off its 2019-2020 school year with some fairly major changes in its upper-level administration roster. These major changes are occurring in every corner on campus. The position of Dean of Students is currently vacant, with former dean, Michael … Continue reading Major Shake-Ups in Administration to Kick Off New School Year

Students Take to Public Forum After Policy Revision

by Gabriella DePinho, News Editor After a meeting between the Resident Student Association, Student Government representatives and Student Life administration, the access control policy has been revised. But the campus conversation is not over yet. As students geared up to address their concerns at the Student Government Assembly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 4, resident students received an email from Charles Clency, the director of Residence Life, late … Continue reading Students Take to Public Forum After Policy Revision