Study Breaks, Re-imagined

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — After a long weekend of procrastinating, accompanied by a mound of work steadily accumulating, Sunday strolls along and it’s crunch time. A case could be made that this is simply adding to the procrastination, but, according to ScienceDaily, taking a break from work actually increases overall productivity. Though it’s a fairly unknown club on Marist College’s campus, the Red Ink Club holds a prominent place in the lives of students who attend.

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Torre to Marist

Poughkeepsie, NY – On November 9th at 4pm at the Nelly Goletti Theatre, Marist College will have the pleasure to welcome Pablo Torre to campus to start off this years speaker series from the center of sports communication. Torre is an ESPN personality that has been seen on shows like Outside the Lines, Around the Horn and Pardon the Interruption for several years now.

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Quiet Cove Closed For Construction

Poughkeepsie, NY — Quiet Cove Riverfront Park is located on the west side of Route 9 in the Town of Poughkeepsie, just past the north entrance of the Marist College campus. The park used to only be available to Hudson River psychiatric center residents, until Duchess County purchased it. Now open to the public, the park’s proximity to Marist College’s campus is what makes it a desired destination for Marist students. Students can go to the park to walk the trails, have lunch, fish, or just hang out by the water of the Hudson River. Continue reading

Marist Men’s Soccer Fails to Qualify for MAAC Tournament

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – With their 0-0 draw against Rider on Saturday, the Marist Men’s soccer team has officially missed out on postseason play in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Though they still have one game left in the season, their points difference in the standings is out of reach, and their season will end earlier than the team would have hoped for.

The failure to make the postseason was expected for the Red Foxes, considering the scenarios that had to have played out in order for Marist to jump Iona and get into that final playoff spot. First, the Red Foxes had to win both of their final games. Second, Iona, who had only one game left on their schedule, had to lose to Canisius, as even a draw would make the gap in points too great to close. The Red Foxes’ fate was sealed just before their own game headed into overtime, as Iona managed a draw with Canisius, meaning they earned one point in the standings rather than zero. Marist also gained one point from their draw with Rider. Even if the Red Foxes defeat local rivals Siena on Wednesday, earning three points for the victory, they will still be one point behind Iona on the table. Continue reading

The Journey of Athlete to Coach

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – After a long four year career playing lacrosse at Marist College, one player was not quite ready to walk away from the game he grew up loving, and has been playing his entire life. JD Recor graduated from Marist in 2017, and his love for the game and community has landed him a new position on the lacrosse field. The Marist Men’s Lacrosse Team is happy to announce the addition of new assistant coach J.D Recor for the start of the 2018 season. Continue reading

The Lab Lights That Don’t Turn Off.

Poughkeepsie NY– If you are on the Marist Campus anytime during the day or night you can see people diligently working in the Donnelly Labs. This is true, whether it is  3:00 am or 3:00 pm,  any day of the week or weekend. Who are they and what could they  be doing that late at night into the early morning? These Marist students are fashion design majors, working on projects designing their own clothes. Marist College has a very elite fashion department that is very difficult to get accepted into. There are two sides of fashion: Merchandising and Design. Merchandising is more of the communication and business side of fashion, while design is the sketching and creation  and making the clothes come to life. Continue reading

Campus Security Releases New Crime Report, Revised and Updated

 

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.

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Center for Social Media Gives Students Unique Opportunity

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Marist College has launched the Center for Social Media within its Communication and Arts program. It is a multidimensional educational experience that provides new opportunities for students.

The experience includes a center that gives access to analyze social media and analytics. According to a recent story on the college’s homepage, “Marist is one of only six colleges nationally using these Salesforce platforms for educational purposes.”

The Center for Social Media offers workshops, speakers, and technology that are open to the student body. It commenced on September 25 with Marist alumna, and former Assistant Press Secretary to First Lady Michelle Obama, Kelsey Donohue.

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