by SHANNON GLEBA & GILLIAN PUMA, Staff Writers The most important part of college is graduating with a degree, but college includes more than just that, such as extra curricular clubs, parties, dating and so much more. For many, college includes a world of sexual activity, but unfortunately, many students are never given a proper sexual education before attending Manhattan College. Yet getting that proper education at … Continue reading Can Sex Education Be Found On Manhattan College’s Campus?
by NICOLE FITZSIMMONS & CAROLINE MCCARTHY, Staff Writers One hundred and twenty years after the establishment of Manhattan College in 1853, the first women were accepted as undergraduate students. This first step in equality was followed by an ambitious leap to close the gap between male and female students on campus. Only two years later, a few individuals amongst these women took it into their own hands … Continue reading The Powerful History of the First Lady Jaspers
by MADALYN JOHNSON, Asst. A&E Editor LGBTQ+ advocacy is a big part of what makes New York City one of the most diverse and celebrated cities in the United States. Manhattan College being found on that city, students and faculty stress the value of acceptance and making everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, feel part of the Jasper community. The Music and Theater Department of the college has … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Community Finds Inclusivity in Theatre
by GABRIELLA DEPINHO, News Editor College students talk about their stress levels reaching new heights regularly, often sharing stories of pulling all-nighters, crying, drinking an unhealthy amount of coffee and looking forward to future weekend plans to forget the challenging week. This lifestyle is not unique to Manhattan College but it is certainly prevalent on the small campus. Students across America are getting more stressed out each … Continue reading How Manhattan Talks About Mental Health