After waking up the morning after the Las Vegas shooting and turning on the news, Tim Murray, Director of Athletics at Marist College decided to make a change. “The gunman was not yet identified on the news so he was only referred to as “the shooter”…that’s when I realized that’s our mascot’s name and decided it should change,” said Murray. Continue reading
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. –“There is nothing in the world like being on the sideline of an NFL game or being able to casually ask any player what their favorite Netflix show is. Just the other day I got to meet “Taysteé” [Danielle Brooks] from “Orange is the New Black” and I got hit with a ball thrown by Tom Brady—and that’s just a normal game day” said Marist College junior Michaela Landry. Continue reading
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. – New York Giants tight end Evan Engram, the team’s first round draft pick, came to the Tilted Kilt on September 19 to sign autographs and take photos with fans. Continue reading
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Three of Marist College’s own sorority chapters; Sigma Sigma Sigma (Tri Sig, ΣΣΣ), Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG, ΚΚγ), and Alpha Sigma Tau (AST, ΑΣΤ) have arranged ways to help those affected by both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
University Tees, an online custom apparel business, specializes in adding sorority letters to custom designs. They recently designed two separate t-shirts, one for Texas and one for Florida. A percent of the profits goes directly to relief efforts in the areas hit by the storm. 15% of the sale price goes to those hit from Harvey and 100% to those hit from Irma. All of the profits go directly to the Red Cross. Both shirts are being sold at the sale price of $27. Continue reading