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Students Stay "Up 'til Dawn" Fighting Cancer

The Marist community came together last Saturday night with one goal in mind: fight cancer. Roughly one hundred students raised money and donated their time for the annual… 270 more words

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It's the Little Things: A Look into the Hidden Gems that Make Marist Great

When you’re traveling around the tri-state area, the country, or even the globe, trying to find out where you want to spend the next four years of your life can be a bit overwhelming. 657 more words

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Mens Basketball 2014: What To Watch For

The Marist men’s basketball team has not finished the season with a winning record since the 2007-2008 season when they went 18-14. Despite losing their first game of the season the Red Foxes showed that they are a competitive team ready to take Marist back into the hunt and continue the success of new Head Coach Mike Maker. 493 more words


Marist College Radio struggles to gain listenership

“Wait, Marist has a radio station?”

That is the question that various Marist students said when asked about WMAR, Marist College’s student-run radio station.

Despite being recognized as an official club at Marist, WMAR still struggles to gain a significant following due to a lack of promotion and marketing at the school. 903 more words

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Marist dances to end dating violence

Marist students danced the afternoon away in efforts to put an end to dating violence. For the third year, the Purplethread and Marist Dance Ensemble joined together to make the dance-a-thon a success. 491 more words


Guest Lectures: ESPN Reporter and Former NFL Quarterback

It was an unbelievably exciting week in the Sports Communications Department at Marist College, following two outstanding guest speakers hosted by Marist’s Dr. Keith Strudler. ESPN Reporter Jeremy Schaap and former NFL quarterback and runner-up for the 1987 Heisman Trophy Don McPherson took time out of their busy schedules to come to Poughkeepsie, New York and speak with Marist students. 390 more words


Full House at Last Week's Valley Café

The cabaret was packed last Tuesday as The Valley Café Celebrated Romance Language Cuisines. Easily the busiest I have ever seen it, the café “sold out” as students and staff lined up to taste dishes inspired by French, Spanish, and Italian cooking. 225 more words