How a meat-lover went vegan

It is a topic met with constant curiosity, a little trepidation and a touch of resentfulness.  It has been coined a fad, a bandwagon and put off as another one…

The Marist Mid-Semester “Break” Myth

Every fall, Marist awards students a short “break” in the middle of the semester. At the end of midterm week, Friday classes are canceled to give assumedly sleep-deprived and stressed…

Marist journalists visit The Poughkeepsie Journal

On Oct. 5, members of The Circle and Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) teamed up to attend an information session hosted by Stu Shinske, executive editor at The Poughkeepsie Journal….

Illuminate Your Instagram Feed

If your Instagram feed is anything like mine, it is most likely dominated by selfies, random people you don’t remember following, and the Kardashians; which needs to change. After a…

Marist Justified in Pursuing NCAA Tournament

The NCAA has pulled all tournament games from North Carolina over the passage of House Bill 2 (HB2), a state law that requires all people to use all school and…

Kaepernick and The Bigger Picture

Colin Kaepernick has been receiving heavy criticism for his decision to sit out for the national anthem. The quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers cites his reason being the injustice…

Your Grandma’s Not the Only One Cursing Out Obama

As President Obama rolls into his last few months in office, his dedicated band of critics take no vacations. In fact, the scrutiny surrounding Obama’s legacy has only gained momentum…

The Virtues of a Political Revolution

On April 12, Marist College students were given the opportunity to witness a Presidential campaign rally for Democratic candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. In the turbulent 2016 Presidential race,…