Marist Poll: What It Is and Why It Matters

Marist Poll Thrives on Democracy Students Develop Career Skills Working for MIPO Since 1978, the Marist Institute for Public Opinion has been a fixture on the Marist College campus. Started by Dr. Lee Miringoff as a way to teach his political science class about voting behavior, it has evolved into a national opinion poll, covering…

Marist Valentines: Mark and Barbara, Class of ’89

Written by Barbara Rahikka, Class of 1989 It was 1989, our senior year. We met in Dr. Hefferon’s “Women and Madness” literature class. Only a few brave men were enrolled in the class. Mark Rahikka was an Elvis impersonator and winner of the Marist Lip Sync contest, a class clown with a thirst for knowledge,…