Women’s History Month: The Women of Manhattan College, Then and Now

by Kyla Guilfoil & Adrianne Hutto, Asst. News Editor & Asst. Production Editor Women first joined the ranks of Manhattan College’s undergraduate student body in the fall of 1973, making this the 47th Women’s History Month spent by female students at MC. In honor of the women who broke the glass ceiling in those first decades, and those who continue that legacy at Manhattan today, … Continue reading Women’s History Month: The Women of Manhattan College, Then and Now

Why the Fashion Industry Needs to Change

by OLIVIA PALADINO, Staff Writer Editor’s Note: In collaboration with Lotus Magazine, Manhattan College’s women’s empowerment magazine, The Quadrangle will be featuring three guest writers from its fellow student publication over the month of March in celebration of Women’s History Month. Since I was a young girl, I have wanted to work in beauty and fashion. Like any kid, I paced back and forth between wild career … Continue reading Why the Fashion Industry Needs to Change

Sophomore Talks Women’s History Month

Editor’s Note: “She Persisted” is a special weekly column for Women’s History Month featuring women who are making history on Manhattan College’s campus. For Anna Rosario, a sophomore commuter student with a major in international studies and a double minor in peace studies and Spanish, Women’s History Month is about women who make a difference. “We [women] are so important. People take advantage of us … Continue reading Sophomore Talks Women’s History Month