Winter Arrives in Riverdale

Thursday’s snowstorm stifled travel along the coast, forcing a campus shut down and leaving a foot of snow in its wake. This past Thursday, Feb. 9, Manhattan College had its first snow day since the 2015 school year. Classes were cancelled early Thursday morning, notifying students through their school emails and the MC Alert System ‘Jasper 911’. Students received the alert texts and emails at … Continue reading Winter Arrives in Riverdale

Students React to Recent Executive Order

Just one week after President Donald Trump signed an executive order on immigration, people from around the nation have started a movement to ensure that their voices are heard – Manhattan College students included. Students of the college community have been speaking out in a civil manner on the effects of the executive order and the impact it can have on the nation and the … Continue reading Students React to Recent Executive Order

The Upper East Side’s New Ride

After about 50 years on the drawing board, and more than 40 years of on-again, off-again construction, residents of the Yorkville neighborhood on the Upper East Side finally have a way to get to work. Q trains got rolling on the brand new Second Avenue line earlier this year, serving three new stations under Second Avenue at 72nd Street, 86th Street and 96th Street. Also … Continue reading The Upper East Side’s New Ride

Manhattan Students Join in Women’s Marches

by Rose Brennan, Haley Burnside, and August Kissel Asst. Editors and Editor Less than 24 hours following President Donald J. Trump’s inauguration, citizens across America took part in the Women’s March on Washington, a series of demonstrations for women’s rights. The main march was stationed in Washington, D.C., but as many as 673 other “sister” marches took place across the world with an estimated 4.8 … Continue reading Manhattan Students Join in Women’s Marches

Donald Trump Takes Oath

by Megan Dreher and August Kissel Asst. Editor and Editor On Jan. 20 2017, Donald John Trump was inaugurated and became the 45th President of the United States. People from all around attended the inauguration, including supporters and protesters. The attendees saw performances from Jackie Evancho, 3 Doors Down, and Toby Keith over the span of the morning. Here at Manhattan College, there have been … Continue reading Donald Trump Takes Oath