My Experience with Summer Study Abroad

by Jocelyn Visnov, Asst. Production Editor This past July, I boarded a plane with seven other MC students and a professor I had never met before. The weeks that followed were easily the most adventurous and memorable of my summer. Two and a half weeks may not seem like a long time compared to the traditional semester-long study abroad experience. However, each day was so … Continue reading My Experience with Summer Study Abroad

Voices on the Quad: Returning Home for Thanksgiving and Beyond

by Maria Thomas, News Editor  With the holiday season approaching, on-campus students will be traveling home for the rest of the semester amid the on-going pandemic, making Thanksgiving look different for many. The Quadrangle spoke with various students to see how they feel about returning home and celebrating this holiday in a new way.  Christopher Iannace, Sophomore, Civil Engineering Major Where is home for you? Home … Continue reading Voices on the Quad: Returning Home for Thanksgiving and Beyond

Recent MC Grad on Decision to Graduate Early

Graduating in the spring is usually standard for the majority of college students, but Kayla Smith finished her final semester this past fall. The nuclear medicine technology graduate finished her degree with a pre-medicine concentration in three and a half years. Smith originally started off as an allied health major and after her switch she needed to take roughly 16-18 credits per semester along with … Continue reading Recent MC Grad on Decision to Graduate Early