Trending: October 14-20th

This week on Twitter many students were talking about the amazing views from the library as they study for their midterms. After those dreaded midterms students could either go home and enjoy their break, or stay on campus.

1. Mid-semester Break

Many students complained that the mid-semester break Marist gave to their students, was in fact not a break at all. Students find that the one day off is just a long weekend, but they could enjoy time at home, or stay on the beautiful campus and take in the changing weather, and peaceful surroundings.

2. Hudson Valley Views

Marist College is known for the amazing architecture, and breathtaking views of the Hudson River. Many students take snapshots of their beautiful campus to share with others. Leaving for mid-semester break is even harder when students have to leave this beautiful campus for a weekend. 

3. Midterms

Students at Marist college are lucky enough to have a beautiful place to study, the James A. Cannavino library. This library offers plenty of study room, comfortable chairs, spacious desks, and the best views of the campus! While students study and get frustrated over their midterms, they can just look out the windows and take in the amazing Hudson River.

4. Marist Football

The men’s football team won 42-14 against Davidson this weekend. Mid-semester break has proven to be a great long weekend for the Marist athletics.

5. Marist Men’s Crew

This weekend the Marist Crew team competed at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, MA. They finished 12th! Great job Marist Crew team!

6. Headed back to Marist

https://twitter.com/GaRcEeYa713/status/392066453211709440

As the long weekend comes to an end, students are excited to get back to their friends and the Marist community.

Even though this week was Midterms week, and many students left for mid-semester break the Twitter world was still buzzing over the Marist community. Marist pride never goes away!

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