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When trying to land that first job of a successful career, anything putting that recent college grad ahead of the pack can be invaluable. more
To Rob Walsh, there’s something magical about the baseball field in Van Cortlandt Park. Standing on the pitcher’s mound, he looks around at the meager stands and the holey backstop, the grass encroaching on the infield and the graffiti-scarred scoreboard. more
The space that once was home to the short-lived Caffe Buon Gusto near Manhattan College could soon make way for a 16-unit apartment building. more
Classes are back in session at Manhattan College, and as students return to their dorms and off-campus apartments, neighbors have become nervous about what’s been a years-long battle with noise on the streets they call home. more
Heading into last season, the Jaspers were coming off two near back-to-back appearances in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship game. Because of that, there was sky-high optimism the Manhattan College women’s soccer team was primed for another run at the title. more
There was much to celebrate about Manhattan College’s 2018 season. more
It seems like an ever-repeating pattern: A mass shooting happens. Talk of gun reform is ubiquitous. Politicians make grand speeches about legislation to either limit gun access or to strengthen Second Amendment rights. Bills are written that die in committees, and the issue is untouched until the next tragedy. more
The gears of government turn at a glacial pace, as a Manhattan College official has learned. Last year, Rob Walsh approached the Kingsbridge Business Improvement District board with an idea: Extend its boundaries two blocks north to cover West 238th Street and Broadway. More of the area could benefit from the BID’s daily trash pickup and cleaning, beautification and small business development services. more
This is not how Tom Cosgrove envisioned his 2019 baseball season unfolding. more
There are a number of potholes that can litter the road to the Major Leagues for aspiring baseball players. Slumps are never good. Neither are injuries. But Fabian Peña is facing a rather unusual obstacle as he plays his first full season of professional baseball. His road to playing time is currently being blocked not by a slump or injury, but instead by one Joey Bart. more
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