Don’t Forget…

By Alexa Gilbert, Class of 2021 Leaves are changing, temperatures are dropping, and midterms have passed, but what does this all mean? Thanksgiving break! Thanksgiving break is a great time to spend time with your family, catch up with friends, and you don’t have to worry about your next project deadline for a few days.…

Running in River + Stone

By: Mia Maggiacomo, Class 2019 When people recount their study abroad stories most of the time you hear the basics. The unbelievable views off the Eiffel Tower, the sunset seen on top of the Piazza Michelangelo or the incredible taste of pretzel and schnitzel in Munich. Those stories, although well and good, represent a fraction…

UP +COMING DESIGNER SHOWCASE

Introducing Tom Tanne: Currently, I am a senior Fashion Merchandising major and I have been selling my jewelry at MPorium since freshman year. This all began when I was a sophomore in high school, I felt that there was not a market for affordable trendy jewelry at the time. I was inspired by a girl…

Get Spooky With River + Stone

By Dominique McIntee, Class of 2018 Fall at Marist College is iconic. We sprint to Dubois Farms for Instagram-pics with our best friends. While we enjoy these once-a-year novelties, we experience trees dress into hues of orange, red and yellow, and enjoy pumpkin themed EVERYTHING. Halloween at Marist College, is legendary. As we prepare group…

River+ Stone Reach Out to All Hands

By Nicole Foster, Class of 2018 All Hands Volunteers is a natural disaster relief organization, powered by volunteer efforts. The organization aims to address both immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters. All Hands Volunteers rebuilds hope in local communities by responding, recovering, and renewing devastation after these disasters. They have set…

Bring Back The Vintage Vibes

By: Eleni Nickolas Class of 2020 (Social Media Coordinator, Facebook and Instagram) This year’s marketing campaign is inspired by the 70’s, drawing inspiration from bands and artists that influenced the era. Our team embraced the vibrant colors and cultural trends of the 70’s to revive MPorium and River + Stone’s marketing strategies, and tactics. This…