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To the editor: (re: “Women don’t belong in college,” Oct. 27) I just read a letter to the editor published in your Oct. 27 edition. The letter writer, George Silos, argues against taking girls and young women out of the home to “educate” them in college, instead of keeping them home dependent on men. more
Interim head coach RaShawn Stores earned his first win in an 86-39 blowout against Mount St. Vincent on Friday night in the Jaspers’ home opener. more
Manhattan College basketball is off to a slow start to the 2022-23 season. The women’s team, ranked second in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Coaches’ Preseason poll, fell three times this week to Wagner, Stony Brook, and Duquesne. more
The Manhattan College women’s soccer team wouldn’t have cared so much if the new rule began a year earlier. The Jaspers went 7-7-1 last season with a 1.13 record of goals per game and a 0.396 record of shots on goal, finishing ninth in the conference and just missing the eight-team playoffs. They lost three games in overtime. more
The Manhattan College Jaspers, who entered the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference playoffs as the No. 3 seed, defeated No. 6 seed Fairfield 2-0 in the first round Sunday at Gaelic Park. more
Senior captain Dee Dee Davis earned the Coaches’ Poll preseason player-of-the-year title after an exceptional performance in the 2021-22 season. more
This year’s Manhattan College women’s basketball team was chosen to finish second in the annual preseason Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference poll and guard Dee Dee Davis was selected preseason player of the year. more
Manhattan College men’s soccer tied Siena in a scoreless match on the road earlier this month. This was the first scoreless match in all of MAAC play this season. more
For Julia Menocal, playing on the Manhattan College women’s Draddy Gymnasium as a volleyball player  isn’t just a team sport. It’s a Bronx family affair. more
To the editor: I read an excellent review in MSNBC/The Print which Rama Lakshmi writes that Hillary Clinton’s “Gutsy” on Apple TV+ is a feel-good Hallmark card tribute to feminists. more
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