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…

How To Get an Internship: Marist Style

How To Get an Internship: Marist Style Yes, the title of this blog is a “Gangnam Style” reference but I am not going to sing to you in a different language or attempt to make a political parody. I’m here to talk to you about something that I believe is one of the most important…

State of the Union Q & A at the White House

Talk about a once and a lifetime opportunity, although at the rate Marist senior Kelsey Donohue is going, this could become regular occurrence for her. Kelsey has been invited to watch tonight’s State of the Union address at the White House. That’s not a typo, the flipping White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Kelsey is taking…

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…