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Chefs victorious in Chef's Fare Food Fight

Marist's chefs win the second annual Chef's Fare Food Fight.

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Humans of Marist College page touches campus

Recently launched Humans of Marist College page has gained immense popularity on campus, garnering over 2,000 likes in just one month.

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Irakli Gjini's amazing story continues

Translated by Melina Gaglias

Continued from a story from the March 6 issue, Irakli Gjini tells the second part of his amazing journey from Albania, to Greece, to Marist.

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Student-run PR firm partners with film festival

Marist’s student-run PR firm, North Road Communications, unveils plans to work with the Beacon Independent Film Festival.

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Student recounts Thai protests in a new light

Marist student Jenna Kunze tells the truth about the protests she witnessed firsthand in Thailand over winter break.

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Equestrian Team hosts Olympian coach

Former Olympian and coach Michael Page shares his experience on a successful career in horseback riding.

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Students have diverse spring break plans

From Cancun adventures to relaxing with family, students have different plans for this spring break.

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Dwyer-McNulty

Save the date: Take your professor to lunch

A history department program allows students to access professors' knowledge outside of the traditional classroom setting.

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Firsthand look: Creating Courage

An inside look at the making of a local benefit event.

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savethedate

Guys to strut their stuff at fundraiser

An upcoming fundraiser will have male participants "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes."

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Timmian Massie

Timmian Massie shares his fondest Marist memories

His career has taken a new path, but Massie will not forget his fond memories of Marist.

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MTV’S MADE tryouts come to Marist campus

Marist students audition for MTV's show MADE.

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Jon Malloy

The intramural profile of freshman Jon Malloy

One freshman's intramural involvement has been atypically high - and he wants his peers to join him.

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Lying proves no match for the penmanship test

Handwriting subtleties may offer clues to detect deception.

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Lucid

Lucid dreaming offers nighttime adventures

A lucid dream occurs when the dreamer knows that he or she is asleep. Once the dreamer gains awareness, he or she may be able to control the dream.

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Feature Articles

  • Michelle

    Driving: an activity loved by some and loathed by others. Some Marist students drive every day (hence commuters), others don’t even have a license. Some give rides, some get rides, and some pay for rides. I drive a lot. When there is class, I spend a solid hour or so in my car commuting to and from Marist.

  • Student recounts Thai protests in a new light

    Marist student Jenna Kunze tells the truth about the protests she witnessed firsthand in Thailand over winter break.