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Registering for classes

Each semester students wake up early in the morning to register for classes for the next semester.  Many people feel that there are many issues with the registration process at Marist.  They complain about getting shut out of classes and often target this frustration towards the registrar.
In order to register for classes, students must meet [...]

Marist, MIPO Shine in national spotlight

Marist, MIPO Shine in national spotlight

Presidential election season is a unique time at Marist College. While the college has received its fair share of accolades, it does not typically spend very much time in the national dialogue. However, when the Marist Poll is being referenced by national news outlets the buzz picks up on the third floor of Marist’s brand [...]

Sandy’s impact on the Marist community

It is Monday night, and I’m in bed, multi-tasking by staying on top of Twitter, tracking the path and timing of Hurricane Sandy. I laughed in class during the previous week about the idea of Sandy hitting the northeast, but now it was actually going to happen. For precautionary purposes, I decided to call both [...]

Snow or rain, as long as we close

The best news a student can wake up to is a notice that class is cancelled for a half or whole day. School closings can occur for several reasons. These can be in relation to statewide testing, teacher conference days, holidays, or weather. Weather is an unpredictable factor that can unexpectedly [...]

Lowell Thomas sees increase in weekend hours

Lowell Thomas sees increase in weekend hours

At a recent administrative luncheon with representatives from Marist College’s Student Government Association, Director of Campus Security, John Gildard stated that Lowell Thomas will be extending the hours that it is open for access to students. The change comes in response to an expanding demand for accessibility to editing labs and software that are only [...]