Visions of Japan: Marist Study Abroad

Until the 1850s, Japan was a land shrouded in mystery. When it opened its ports to Western trade, it soon became an inspiration for European artists and writers who were looking for a breath of fresh air in Western art and literature. A wave of Japonisme, or the love of all things Japanese, swept up…

English Department Promotes “Writing Salons”

As an English writing major, I am always scoping out ways with which to exercise and enhance my craft. My mind operates in a series of live-streamed fiction, nonfiction, and poetic language ranging from my own thought processes to feelings of rapture for the works of geniuses before me—basically the mind of a psychopath. So…

STUDENT INTERVIEW: KUANG FUCHEN

His name is Kuang Fuchen, or Kenny for short. Kenny is a freshman at Marist College. Like the other Red Foxes, Kenny is unique, but what sets him apart from others is that he is part of Marist’s International students. There is so much to learn from Kenny and from his experiences. I sat down…