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Retirees Return to College Just for the Fun of It
You never thought about going back to school-that is, until you retired. Now that you have time on your hands, you're searching for intellectual stimulation.
Mon May 20, 2013
West Point and Marist prepare for graduations
Graduation festivities will start at West Point Tuesday with a wreath laying ceremony and special honors for distinguished graduates.
Thu May 09, 2013
WeiserMazars taps new local head
New York-based accounting firm WeiserMazars said that Vincent R. Burke has replaced Kathryn A. Byrne as head of the firm's Pennsylvania operations, which are run out of Ft.
How Colleges Can Engage Prospective Students Socially
As the spring 2013 semester concludes, college admissions officers must shift their focus to a new group of prospective students.
Wed May 08, 2013
Va. Governor Race: Ken Cuccinelli, Terry McAuliffe Face Off in New Poll
The race between Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and businessman Terry McAuliffe is neck-at-neck, according to a new poll released Wednesday.
Tue May 07, 2013
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Technology Entrepreneur and Alumnus Named to Marist College Board
Poughkeepsie, NY May 07, 2013 Marist College is proud to announce that alumnus and technology entrepreneur Suresh Kothapalli '91MS, founder of IT services firm iSpace, has been elected to the College's Board of Trustees.
Sat May 04, 2013
Marist Red Foxes
Pokorney Wins High Jump At Vassar
Sophomore Siobhan Pokorney cleared 1.35 meters, taking top honors in the high jump to lead the Marist College women's track team at the Matthew Vassar Twilight Meet, held at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie on Friday night.
The Jersey Journal
School official: Head found in Hudson by college crew team likely from New York, not New Jersey
It's been nearly two weeks since a Marist College crew team discovered a giant Grecian head floating in the Hudson River and the fiberglass oddity remains unclaimed.
Thu May 02, 2013
5 subjects that cannot be taught online
Online learning is the way of the future for many subjects. Most topics including English, history, advertising, marketing, mathematics, psychology, business and teaching-among many others-can be completed completely online with just as much value and credibility as would be offered in an offline classroom.
Good Life: Your positive achievements for May 2
The drive collected prospective future donors of stem cells for those suffering from leukemia and other blood-borne cancers.
Marist senior hopes to win Australian tourism contest
Brittany MacLeod, also known as BMAC, wants to be the Chief Funster for Sydney. Tourism Australia, the country's tourism department, is hosting a worldwide contest for six positions, including Chief Funster, the social media commentator for Sydney.
Wed May 01, 2013
Sports Museum keeps Dutchess County legends alive; read more in Fact Book on Sunday
The museum includes artifacts from every corner of the county's sports past and present, from professional baseball players in the 19th century to team photos of Marist College's recent women's basketball championships.
The Honolulu Advertiser
Colleges tackle illicit use of ADHD pills
FRESNO, Calif.>> Lisa Beach endured two months of testing and paperwork before the student health office at her college approved a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
On the Record: College notes
Amenia: Shannon Campion was named to the fall 2012 dean's list at Marist College in Poughkeepsie.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Hudson Bureau Confidential: Giant floating head may have NJ link
Days after a giant foam head was found floating in the Hudson, no owner has come forward to claim it.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Marist Red Foxes
Sheehan Wins 3,000-Meter Run, Sets School Record At Yale
NEW HAVEN, Conn. Graduate student Kathryn Sheehan took first place and set a school record in the 3,000-meter run, leading the Marist College women's track team at the Yale Springtime Invitational on Sunday.
Cuomo's political appeal drops, polls show
A Siena College survey found that just 42 percent of upstate residents said they would vote for Cuomo in 2014, compared with 52 percent who preferred "someone else." A few days later, Marist College reported that 39 percent upstate said they would back Cuomo; 33 percent said they wouldn't and 15 percent said it depends who is running.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
In brief: 2 sentenced to state prison for Galleria shooting, robbery
Mathew Scannell, 25, of the City of Beacon, and Jeremy Herring, 25, of the City of Poughkeepsie, both pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery, a felony, in January.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Raiders blog: Raiders select tackle Menelik Watson in second round
Watson is originally from England and came to America to play basketball at Marist College in 2009.
The 6th Floor Blog: Anthony Weiner Tests the Waters
An April 16 poll published by Marist College showed that if Anthony Weiner were running for mayor of New York, he would be in second place behind Christine Quinn.