Fargo: Review

Oh yah. You betcha. Ok then. You’re darn tootin. Those are just a few of the sayings included in the colloquial speech of the Midwest. “Minnesota nice” culture influenced the…

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Men’s Lacrosse Thrashes Manhattan 16-6

Two weeks ago, the Marist men’s lacrosse game against the Quinnipiac Bobcats had the Red Foxes scurrying out of New Haven, Connecticut, and wiping the sweat off their brow with…

TV Show Spotlight: HBO’s Animals

To be quite honest, it was a tough decision to feature another TV spotlight about a show that follows the life of anthropomorphic animals. Most of the draw to Netflix’s…

Mr. Marist raises $1,300

Few events at Marist bring the community together; however, on Wednesday, March 29, everyone from freshmen to seniors packed the Nelly Golletti to find out who would be crowned “Mr….

Marist Remembers the Holocaust

“I believe in the sun, even when it is not shining. I believe in love, even when there’s no one there. I believe in God, even when he is silent.”…

A Look at the Changes in Marist Housing

Featured Video Interview with John Cordella (Sound Editing by Nicholas DePaul) For many students, Marist has always been known for building, renovating and reworking to make campus a better place…

Marist Baseball Sweeps Canisius, Drops Next Two

After a tough weekend last week, the Marist Red Foxes baseball team got back on the winning trail with a three-game sweep over the Canisius Golden Griffins. The team played…

Marotti’s First 100 Days

Matt Marotti has officially taken office as Marist Student Government Association’s (SGA) Student Body President (SBP) and enters his “First 100 Days” of planning and executing the promises he offered…

Big Little Lies: Review

Every so often something comes along that truly surprises you. Something that on paper you would normally despise, but that you end up thoroughly enjoying. For me, that surprise came…

Campus Security Update: Housing Day

Tuesday, April 4 was Assessment Day for professors, which in turn meant it was Housing Day for the students. No one had classes, but the Hunger Games of housing was…