Top 4 Things About Marist in the Spring

The sun is shining, the groundhogs are out, and it’s definitely the start of Spring! Every Marist student is looking forward to soaking in some sun rays! Students cease any chance to ditch their winter jackets and sport their shorts. Here are four things Marist students are looking forward to as Spring begins:  1. Going…

Hiking the Hudson Valley: Marist Edition

One of the many perks to Marist College is the incredible location right on the Hudson River. The river makes the perfect backdrop to many breathtaking views and guaranteed popular insta posts. Not only is the campus itself home to spectacular views, but the Hudson Valley also does not disappoint. There are so many amazing…

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.…

8 Things I’m Grateful for As a Marist Student

‘Tis the season to reflect on the things for which we are most grateful. I’ve got my personal list, ranging from “my adorable dogs,” to “my loving family,” and all things wonderful in between. As a Marist student though, I am given an entirely new set of things for which to be grateful every day.…

BEST HILLS ON CAMPUS FOR A RED FOX SKATER

Our past time has always thrived on the craziest, fastest, most stimulating adventures on our skateboards. If you are looking for a new adventure and want to try out a stimulating experience, these hills are for you. However, any loss of control on these hills will cause injury, from minor bruises to major burns and…

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…