Tag Archives: Family

WHAT NOT TO PACK

By: Gina Jadelis, Class of 2018 Packing— a college student’s hardest task. Am I bringing too much? Did I pack enough? I think I need my mom’s help… all thoughts that run through our heads when we pack. That time of the year is approaching where the walls of our dorm rooms are being undressed…

BECOME PART OF OUR RIVER + STONE FAMILY

Dear Students, The River+Stone Brand Representative Program is excited to begin accepting applications for new Brand Representatives for Fall 2017! River+Stone Brand Representatives are a unique blend of students that act as ambassadors for the River+Stone collection, showcasing the merchandise throughout their various academic and social circles. MPorium is home to River+Stone, which is Marist…

Transitional Seasonal Wear

By: Cat Sloat, Class of 2019 The weather this time of year can be extremely confusing. While it is trying to transition from being cold to warm, it at times, can confuse you on what to wear. But, no need to fret, because River + Stone is here to help make the transition from winter…

Through The Years

After being founded in 1929, Marist College has transformed into one of the leading colleges in art and sciences. While remaining nestled on a 210-acre campus on the Hudson River the school has come along way since being a training school future Marist Brothers. Although the constantly striving to innovate and grow, Marist also focuses…

Get Spring Break Ready with River + Stone Must-Haves!

By Madison Zoey Vettorino, Class of 2020         The arrival of March is exciting for Marist students; once exams have been conquered, it’s time for a few days off to celebrate surviving another difficult Midterms week; and that’s why there’s spring break! Whether you are escaping to a tropical paradise for the week, or spending…

Celebrating Thanksgiving Abroad

By: Kasey Curran- Class of 2018 Thanksgiving is the start to the most amazing time of year. Despite being abroad and missing all the fall festivities, the start to the holiday season is never the less a good one. Here in London, it seems to have gone straight from summer to winter and Holiday decorations…