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Singing For A Cause

Lights, Camera, Action. This past weekend, multiple Marist Students gathered on stage to sing some popular broadway tunes in hopes of raising money for Broadway Cares, an organization that raises money for HIV/AIDS. The organization also funds the service work of “The Actors Fund”, as well as awards multiple grants to other AIDS/HIV organizations. Recently,…

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Asian Alliance Presents: Japanese Tea Ceremony Workshop

This past Friday, November 4th, Asian Alliance hosted a hands-on Japanese Tea Ceremony event where students got the opportunity to witness a traditional Japanese tea ceremony demonstrated by the Mid-Hudson Japanese Community Association, a non-profit organization that provides cultural enrichment workshops for people who have interest in learning about the Japanese culture. At the event,…

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A Day In The Life: Honors Student

Being a part of the Honors Program at Marist is probably a lot more fun than you think. No, it does not mean hours and hours more work. What is does mean, instead, is that you have the opportunity to make amazing friends and bond over all the amazing experiences the program has to offer.…

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How To: Survive Your First East-Coast Winter

Well, it’s that time of the year again! If this is your first time stepping foot on the East-Coast, be prepared for the cold weather, the wild wind, and the more-than-occasional snowy days. Not sure how to go about dressing or preparing for the winter here at Marist College? Here are 5 tips to help you…

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The Life of a New York City Intern

Shannon Donohue ’17 Describes her Marist in Manhattan Internship Monday morning, 7 a.m., on a crowded subway train on my way to my first day as an intern at Switchblade Productions. I quickly realize that the subway system’s “TransitWirelessWifi” is utterly useless, and although I still have a half hour until I reach my destination, the…