Thankful To Be A Red Fox

Only a few more days till Marist Students hurry on home, to be with family and friends for the Thanksgiving season. If you are like me, a food lover, Thanksgiving can be seen as one of the best holidays of all time, where it should be illegal to leave a crumb on your plate. But,…

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.…

8 Things I Am Thankful 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.…

Red Foxes are Thankful for their Parents

Last year, when I left for Thanksgiving break at 5:00 on Monday from Marist, all that was on my mind was getting home so I could relax, sleep in my own bed, and eat a nice home cooked dinner. One can imagine then, the chaos that erupted, when 5 minutes onto the Thruway, my car…

8 THINGS I AM 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.…

“Word On The River” – Thanksgiving at Marist

It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year again! With Thanksgiving just around the corner, Marist senior Eric Croci ’14 went around campus asking students about their Thanksgiving traditions on this episode of “Word On The River.”  If you have a question you want answered in a future video, ask it in a comment below, Tweet using #WordOnTheRiver, or email it…