A Letter To The Class of 2017

Dear Class of 2017, After 3½ years, 7 semesters, and over 100 credits, it all comes down to one more semester. One more semester to be surrounded by some of your closest friends. One more semester where it’s “OK” to go out until 3am on a weeknight. One more semester of studying. One more semester…

Congratulations, Class of 2019!

Written by Croix Laconsay, Marist College ’16 Dear Class of 2019, Congratulations on your decision to take the next step in your education! This is an exciting time in today’s era to be a college student; so you should be looking forward to all the experiences you’ll be having and all of the people that…

Saying Goodbye

It’s the moment that no one prepares you for, or that moment that they can’t necessarily prepare you for. They tell you how to prepare for college, how to make friends that first day, and even some tricks of the trade. But how can one sit there and be ready to say goodbye to people…

Living The “Marist Dream”

When I was a freshman at Marist, I believed I was living in the teenaged version of the so-called “American Dream”. For the first time in my life, I was living two hours away from home in order to embark on a four year journey to discover my true self. I felt like I was…

It Has Been Unforgettable

Has anyone ever heard of the saying, “All good things must come to an end”? Unfortunately, I now know this phrase all too well and I have been forced to experience it first hand. It seems like just yesterday it was my freshmen move-in day at Marist College. I still remember the excitement I felt…