Tag Archives: Marist College

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…

Earth Day the R+S Way!

By: Dominique McIntee, Class of 2018 Earth Day arrived and went, as you could probably tell through the countless nature pictures we saw on Instagram. With everyone expressing their devotion to Earth and its beauty on this day, it’s important to focus on our environment after April 22nd, specifically centering the discussion on how fashion, specifically…

I #RunInRiver+Stone

By: Mariah Christian, class of 2018 As a member of the Cross Country and Track Teams here at Marist College, exercise is important to me. In High School, my track team participated in Relay for Life. This event was special to us because instead of walking the laps, we pledged to run all night long.…

D.I.Y. Your Favorite R+S Piece

By: Taylor M Duffany, Class of 2019 Spring is finally here, which means we get to dust the cobwebs off our warm-weather clothes, and all of our favorite River + Stone merchandise, right? But what if you don’t have any, or haven’t done your laundry? Who says you can’t DIY your own River + Stone…

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…

One Month Abroad, What I Miss Most…

By: Kelsi Kobata, class of 2018 After being in Florence for about a month, I still can’t shake away the feeling of being in a dream. I rise every morning to the chimes echoing from the bell tower and head out for an espresso at a corner cafe facing the Duomo. It was a bit…