[Edit, 12/16/17: A picture of SNAP safewalker routes was removed upon request by the Security Office’s SNAP program due to concerns about on campus safety.]
[Edit, 12/17/17: Pictures of the SNAP procedural manual, except for its cover, have been removed.]
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – When Marist’s Office of Safety and Security published its 2014-2016 crime report this semester, students were shocked to discover the following statistics that took place over those three years: 12 total rapes, one fondling, three aggravated assaults, one domestic violence case, and seven dating violence incidents.
Students who sought out this information were shocked, but based off the lack of observable student activism or discussion, a large majority of students remain unaware of these statistics.
HYDE PARK, N.Y. – The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) concluded its negotiations with the Culinary Craft Association (CCA), the labor union representing the university’s maintenance workers, at the end of October.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – Marist’s Office of Safety & Security released its annual “Campus Security & Fire Safety Report” last month, which contains several noticeable revisions and trends since the last report that was published in 2013.
The purpose of the report is to not only summarize the amount of on campus crime and policy violations from 2014 to 2016, but to inform students and faculty on the legal definitions of these charges, the resources they have to report them and the resulting procedures for doing so.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – The academic, social and nearing professional demands of college students can sometimes be enough to warrant the need for a support system for some.
When a Change.org petition regarding the state of Marist College’s Health and Wellness Counseling Center circulated Facebook last spring semester, students and faculty were surprised at what they read.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – Amidst today’s heated political climate lies a more tumultuous, literal climate. The coinciding of several hurricanes- Harvey and Irma- has left a wake of devastation, displacing tens of thousands in the greater Texas and Florida areas.
“My grandma lives in Corpus [Christi], but she moved to Mexico while all of this was happening,” said Sarah Santiago. “The only things she lost were stock pictures she had of my grandpa.”