|5:30 pm Apr 21st|| Nelly Goletti Theatre|
The first full-length documentary on pioneering journalist Lowell Thomas will have its premiere screening at Marist College, home to Thomas’s papers and photographs. "Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and the Rise of Broadcast News" will be screened on Saturday, April 21, in the Nelly Goletti Theater in the Murray Student Center.
The event will kick-off with a reception at 5:30pm and a question and answer session with the film's producer and director, Rick Moulton, and the executive producer, Anne Thomas Donaghy (granddaughter of Lowell Thomas), at 6:30pm. The screening will begin at 7:00pm. Admission is free but advanced registration is required; register by clicking below or calling (845) 575-3364. Parking will be available in the Donnelly Hall parking lot.
|6:00 pm Apr 23rd|| Online|
|12:00 pm Apr 24th|| Murray Student Center|
As members of the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, Marist joined the largest CEO-driven initiative to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace in the U.S. By signing on to the commitment, 350+ CEOs and Presidents have pledged to rally the business and non-profit communities to advance diversity and inclusion.The ''Check Your Blind Spots'' Tour will be on campus to help raise awareness of unconscious biases. This will all take place at the Murray Student Center Quad, next to Marian Hall.
To learn more about this initiative click below.
|7:00 pm Apr 24th|| Nelly Goletti Theatre|
CAMPUS ONLY. April is national "Sexual Assault Awareness Month." In working towards eliminating all forms of sexual violence on campus and in our community, the College's Title IX Office presents an award-winning, one-man show about men, masculinity, and sexual assault prevention. Developed in conjunction with sexual assault prevention agencies, “The Script” examines the culture around rape and invites the audience to examine the language, media, and attitudes that create an environment where violence against women and men is acceptable and normal. To view a trailer, click below. Questions? Email at email@example.com or call (845) 575-3799.
|7:00 pm Apr 24th|| SC3102|
Historian and Professor of History David Woolner will discuss his book, "The Last 100 Days: FDR at War and Peace," on Tuesday, April 24, 7:00pm, in the Murray Student Center, room 3102. This event is free and open to the public.
The event will feature Woolner in conversation with Paul Sparrow, Director of FDR Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York. Marist President Emeritus Dennis J. Murray will deliver opening remarks.
|11:30 am Apr 25th|| Hancock|
CAMPUS ONLY. The Marist College Campus Sustainability Advisory Committee (CSAC) with support from Students Encouraging Environmental Dedication (SEED) and the Housing and Residential Life RA Sustainability Committee will once again sponsor the 6th Annual Campus Electronics and Household Battery Recycling Day for students, faculty and staff. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, April 25, 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., curbside in front of the Hancock Center.
In 2017, a total of 8,756 pounds of electronic waste was collected. All items are recycled by Maven Technologies, Rochester, New York. Opened in 1998, Maven Technologies was the first certified electronics recycler in New York State and adheres strictly to the principles of the “Reuse and Recovery Hierarchy” of responsible materials processing while maintaining an international “Zero-Landfill Policy”. Maven achieved certification to both the Responsible Recycling (R2) and the Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS) standards in 2011. Making the decision to recycle properly has a significant positive impact on your environment.
Perhaps you are looking to get rid of your outdated laptop or PC or other electronics? Maven's recycling process is completely secure and ensures the following:
Complete destruction of data and/or storage devices
Secured monitored processing center with security cage
The most extensive inventory control and reporting system in the industry
Complete downstream vendor due diligence with complete chain of custody tracking
Items accepted for recycling include:
Monitors: CRT, LCD and Security monitors
Televisions: CRT, Flat Panel (LCD, Plasma, LED), Console, Projection
Networking Devices: Servers, Routers, Switches, Hubs, Arrays
Printing Devices: Printers, Fax Machines, Scanners, Copiers, Duplicators, Plotters, Typewriters
Audio/Video Devices: CD/DVD/VHS/Blue-Ray Players, MP3 Players, iPods, Projectors, Stereos, Video Game Consoles, Speakers, Receivers (audio, cable, satellite), Recorders, Converter Boxes, Amplifiers, Equalizers,
Communication Devices: Cell Phones, PDA’s, Telephones, Pagers, Answering Machines
Power Supplies: UPSs (Uninterrupted Power Supplies), Surge Protectors
Peripherals: keyboards, mice, speakers, pointing devices
Wire and Cabling: cables, wires and power cords used in the function of these devices
Hardware: circuit boards, hard drives, RAM, processors, power supplies, optical/floppy drives
Batteries: only those from laptops, UPS devices or household batteries
|6:00 pm Apr 25th|| Online|
|6:30 pm Apr 25th|| HC2023 - Kondysar Presentation|
This panel will feature Maureen A. O’Rourke '85, Dean and Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law and other Marist alumni who are practicing attorneys, paralegals or currently in law school. They will discuss majors, undergraduate study, law school admission, law school as an academic setting, practicing law and much more.
Refreshments will be served.
|5:00 pm Apr 26th|| HN2023 - Kondysar Presentation|
To commemorate the 50 years since 1968, the tumultuous year in American society which laid the groundwork for today’s political system and defined a generation, Marist is offering a four-part series of guest lecturers with unique perspectives on that year.
Speaker Jeff Greenfield is a television journalist, author of "If Kennedy Lived: The First and Second Terms of President John F. Kennedy: An Alternate History," former senior political correspondent for CBS, former senior analyst for CNN, and former political and media analyst for ABC New.
Seating is limited. To register for this event, click link below.
|10:00 am Apr 27th|| McCann Center|
STUDENTS ONLY. Fridays in April are Fun Financial Fridays #TGIFFF. The Student Financial Services Office will host several events throughout the month of April. Learn about private and loan repayment and federal loan requirements, test your knowledge with Fun Financial Fridays, and more.