Lights, Camera, Action! Media Studies Program Attends Taping of ‘Harry’

As a Media Studies and Production student, Marist’s proximity to New York City is invaluable.  Being only about an hour-and-a-half drive from the center of Manhattan, Marist takes full advantage of the opportunities in NYC to enrich the Media Studies Program, with day trips to give students like myself a glimpse into the real world…

Opportunity of a Lifetime: Interning Abroad

When people find out I’ve just returned from studying abroad (ten weeks, five days, and nineteen hours ago, to be precise) the first question they always ask is, “What was your favorite part?” They’re expecting the typical answers: weekend trips, meeting new people, or being exposed to a different culture. What they’re not expecting to…

The Game of Life – James Brown Comes to Marist

Last Monday, Marist students were treated to a campus visit by the legendary James Brown, Emmy award-winning sports broadcaster and host of The NFL Today and Thursday Night Football on CBS. … Well, to call it a “treat” is an understatement, really. Whether or not you were happy about Super Bowl 51’s results (me being on the…

Message from the President: Veterans Day

Tomorrow is Veterans Day, the day our country sets aside to thank and honor all those who have served honorably in the military.  Veterans Day provides us with an opportunity to thank veterans for their service, to acknowledge and appreciate their contributions to our national security, and to recognize their sacrifices.  Veterans Day began as…

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.…