Student Film “Seen” Wins Big with Audience

By Anna Woods, Managing Editor Manhattan College is now home to award-winning student filmmakers, Samantha Gaddy and Roberto Estrada. The two students have been awarded the Audience Choice award from Lift-Off Global Network’s First-Time Filmmaker Session for their short film.  Their film, titled “Seen,” was an assignment for the field and post-production course taught by Michael Grabowski, Ph.D. It was the result of a semester-long … Continue reading Student Film “Seen” Wins Big with Audience

Jaspers Talk: Amani Tatum

This is a new bi-weekly Q&A series, where we talk with athletes and coaches from all the sports on campus. Amani Tatum’s 11 steals against Saint Peter’s on Jan. 21, fell one shy of the MAAC single-game record. A product of Archbishop Molloy, who went to James Madison University before deciding to transfer to Manhattan College for the 2014-15 season, Amani Tatum made the move … Continue reading Jaspers Talk: Amani Tatum

Student Author Spotlight on John Evans

ANTHONY CAPOTE & MEGHAN SACKMAN STAFF WRITERS Watching John Evans work may be the most cathartic and equally enthralling experience of one’s life. He sits with his laptop balanced on out-stretched legs. With headphones in his ears, Evans feels his way along the Braille-etched letters of his keyboard. John’s head swirls about, facing various objects in the room. Evans, of course, cannot see the words he is typing … Continue reading Student Author Spotlight on John Evans

Bang, Zap, Boom: MC Freshman Designs Own Online Comic

Superman, Captain America, Spider-Man and the X-Men are just a few superhero stars of some of the best-selling action movies of our generation. They actually began life, however, as stars of the best-selling comic books of our parents’ (and grandparents’) generations. Once a staple of the Sunday issue of American newspapers, comics have a rich history of combining artistry and entertainment that can appeal to … Continue reading Bang, Zap, Boom: MC Freshman Designs Own Online Comic

Student-DJs Tear up the Turntables at Pacha

BY KELLY BURNS & SEAN SONNEMANN As the valet parked their car, Manhattan College student Chris Aurrichio and his friend, Zachary Gilbride, stood outside Club Pacha on West 46th Street last Thursday night. Yet the two weren’t just a couple of New York City college students out to party for the evening. Inside a silver case resting by their feet, the DJing duo had their … Continue reading Student-DJs Tear up the Turntables at Pacha