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…

In Marist News: Bryant Gumbel is Inaugural Lifetime Excellence in Sports Communication Award Honoree

Media luminaries, network chiefs join Marist alumni and friends to benefit the College’s Center for Sports Communication at NYC gala. Katie Couric, Jane Pauley, and Kelly Ripa were just some of the high-wattage media personalities who turned out to help celebrate their friend Bryant Gumbel as President Dennis Murray presented the legendary newsman and sports…

Marist Takes NYC for the Holidays

In a single weekend, Marist students visited the big city for three separate occasions: first, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular; second, a shopping trip; and third, a showing of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. At Marist College, students are given the amazing opportunity to attend all of their favorite shows along with transportation to New York…

BRINGING MARIST TO MANHATTAN

Bringing Marist to Manhattan After five weeks living in New York City, I can say that my life is busy, chaotic, and sometimes stressful. But I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything. The frenzy of my internship and my online Marist classes puts a lot on my plate, but it’s taught me so much already.…

Marist Alumni-Student Networking Night

This past Monday, February 11, Communication students had the opportunity to network with Marist alumni in NYC.  This event was financed by the Mary Louise Bopp Communication Internship Fund, created by the late Prof. Mary Louise Bopp, who taught at Marist in the late 1980s, following a long career in NYC. The networking event was…

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…