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

Winter Recap

by RIKKILYNN SHIELDS, Assistant Editor Starting up the second semester after a long winter break is never easy. However, moving in early, training hard every day, and competing over the break is what being an athlete is all about. While all of the NARP’S (Non-athletic Regular People) were at home spending time with friends and family, some of Manhattan College’s athletes moved in weeks ago, and spent … Continue reading Winter Recap

Saks Fifth Avenue Shines for the Holidays

  In even less than a blink of an eye, it is Christmas time in the city yet again. Twinkling lights line the streets and wreaths bearing big red bows hang from lampposts. The Rockefeller Center tree shines brightly into space and the Swarovski Star atop the tree reminds us that no other city does Christmas better or more fabulously than New York. Pushing through … Continue reading Saks Fifth Avenue Shines for the Holidays

Winter in Bryant Park

LINDSEY BURNS & KRISTIE KILLEN  STAFF WRITERS Like decorating a Christmas tree or icing snowman shaped cookies, exploring Bryant Park during the holiday season is sure to put you in the Christmas spirit. Offering a plethora of options, Bryant Park provides endless entertainment for tourists and New Yorkers alike, and ice skating in the center of the Bank of America Winter Village is a must during … Continue reading Winter in Bryant Park