New VP of Student Life Talks Upcoming Plans

Sr. Gray’s headshot as the new Vice President of Student Life at Manhattan College. MANHATTAN.EDU /COURTESY By Isaiah Rosario, Staff Writer The wait for a new vice president of student life is officially over.  Ronald Gray Ph.D is taking over for the former interim VP of student life, Esmilda Abreu-Hornbostel.  For Abreu-Hornbostel, the transition from interim vice president of student life to the associate vice president … Continue reading New VP of Student Life Talks Upcoming Plans

MC Club Leaders Take-On A Packed Fair

By Rebecca Kranich & Grace Cardinal, Asst. Social Media Editor & Staff Writer The Manhattan College community welcomed its students back to campus for the second week of classes by hosting the semi-annual club fair on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Over 70 clubs were in attendance, sporting tables full of information, posters, and gift bags intending to draw in new members. Due to the rain, the … Continue reading MC Club Leaders Take-On A Packed Fair

Upperclassmen Speak on their Summer Internship Experiences

By Jocelyn Visnov, Production Editor/Web Editor Manhattan College has been nationally recognized for preparing students for a successful transition from classroom to career. As written on their website, the College believes that “Opportunities available in all academic disciplines lead students to secure high salaries and jobs at top companies.”   As the majority of students return to the classroom for the first time since May, for … Continue reading Upperclassmen Speak on their Summer Internship Experiences

Finalists Selected for New VP of Student Life

By Christine Nappi, Senior Writer Students will be welcoming a new vice president of student life in the coming weeks.  Four finalists for the position were announced to the student body on March 20, after a months-long search process that began in Fall 2021. The finalists that remain are Stanley Singleton, Ph.D., Ronald Gray, Ph.D., Michael Hutmaker, Ph.D. and Adam Rockman, Ph.D.  “Of the four … Continue reading Finalists Selected for New VP of Student Life

Altercation at Fenwick’s Leads to “Manhattan Students Only” Rule on Weekends

By Jilleen Barrett, Managing Editor/Features Editor After an altercation in Fenwick’s involving a gun, owner Rich Puentes is enforcing a new rule: only Manhattan College students will be admitted to the bar Thursday through Friday from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. The incident, which took place at around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, involved two separate groups of local women. One group had put money … Continue reading Altercation at Fenwick’s Leads to “Manhattan Students Only” Rule on Weekends

MC’s Irish Dance Team Steps Up Its Game Post-COVID

by Zoe DeFazio & Mars Ross, Staff Writer & Contributor Manhattan College’s Irish dance team is back in action after the past school year of COVID precautions.  This year the team is better than ever with new members and multiple classes. Kasey Van Doran, senior and the president of the team, spoke about her excitement towards this new beginning for them.  “I’m happy we are … Continue reading MC’s Irish Dance Team Steps Up Its Game Post-COVID

Tiny Talk: Kyla Guilfoil Takes On Eating Disorder Misconceptions

by Megan LaCreta, Asst. Features Editor On Wednesday Nov. 3, the Multicultural Center hosted Manhattan student Kyla Guilfoil as part of the Tiny Talks program. The sophomore political science and communication major and intern at the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center presented a talk focused on the misconceptions and stigma that surround eating disorders today. Guilfoil is aiming to bring awareness to the issue … Continue reading Tiny Talk: Kyla Guilfoil Takes On Eating Disorder Misconceptions

Women in Business Club Empowers and Prepares Young Women to Succeed

by Caroline McCarthy & Sinead Fitzgibbon, Asst. Features Editor & Contributor Manhattan College’s Women in Business club (WIB) aims to prepare women to step into corporate America and experience professional development among like-minded peers. WIB offers a professional yet welcoming environment that aims to build connections and friendships that will help you through college and in your future career. According to club president Dayna McGinley, one … Continue reading Women in Business Club Empowers and Prepares Young Women to Succeed

Sanctus Artem and LWGRC Team Up for Socially Distanced Art Making

by Lauren Raziano, Staff Writer Students stood around a table with art supplies and posters on the mini quad on Tuesday, Oct. 14 for the creation of art that will be included in an upcoming art installation. Sponsored by the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center, students created artworks about themes such as voter engagement, COVID-19, racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement.  Ireland … Continue reading Sanctus Artem and LWGRC Team Up for Socially Distanced Art Making