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Immaculate Conception

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Happy Immaculate Conception! According to the Catholic Church, today is the day when Mary was conceived. It’s a national holiday in Italy, so the entire city of Florence was out and about filling the cobblestone streets. 291 more words

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In the midst of a transitional period, Marist security and administration reflect on college community safety

In the wake of the recent attacks on Chelsea, N.Y., and Seaside Park, N.J., the importance of security on a college campus is taken very seriously. 1,163 more words


Pilgrimage Readings

Wednesday, December 8, 2016

Last night all 50 FFEs gathered at the Astoria Hotel for a dinner buffet and readings of our pilgrimage papers! About 20 of us volunteered to read excerpts from our pilgrimage papers we have worked on for over a month. 134 more words

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What? Advent? Already?

Advent has completely and utterly snuck up on me this year.  Maybe it was the unseasonably warm weather.  Maybe it was being sick a good bit of November.  695 more words

Donnelly renovations set to continue over winter break

Frequenters of Donnelly Hall were welcomed by a pleasant surprise as they arrived on campus for the 2016-17 academic year. The southeastern corridor of the 54-year-old building had been updated to match current construction standards on Marist’s campus in the form of a modern student lounge and completely renovated bathrooms. 469 more words


Former Marist athletes going pro

With an undergraduate enrollment of about 5,500 students, Marist College is certainly not the first place professional scouts look for future major league athletes. But when standout defensive end Terence Fede became the first Marist football player to be drafted by an NFL team in 2014, the whole school felt a “sense of pride,” said Red Foxes head coach Jim Parady. 1,216 more words


Extreme temperatures killing car batteries

The Hudson Valley went through quite the heat spell this past summer. There was a nine-day streak from July 21-29 in which the temperature breached 90 degrees, and in three separate instances, the barometer read 97. 478 more words