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Tuesday, September 17th

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All day-Sep 18th

Marist College Men's Soccer vs. Hartford - 7:00 PM EST

Poughkeepsie N.Y.
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All day-Sep 18th

Marist College Men's Soccer vs. Hartford - 7:00 PM EST

Poughkeepsie N.Y.
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1:00 pm-2:30 pm

Group Information Session and Campus Tour

Admissions Multi-Media Room
5:00 pm-6:00 pm

Political Science Club meeting

Henry Hudson Room (Fn301)
The first meeting of the Political Science Club will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 17th from 5-6pm in the Henry Hudson Room on the 3rd floor of Fontaine. In the past, the Club has taken field trips, hosted debates, brought speakers to campus, held fundraisers and organized social activities. If you have any interest in politics at any level, the Club is the place for you! It is open to major, minors, and anyone else on campus. There are opportunities to serve on the leadership board as President, Vice President, Secretary, etc. Tell your friends and come on Tuesday to find out what we're all about.
6:30 pm

Reading by Visiting Writer Nicole Hardy

Henry Hudson Room (Fn301)
New York Times columnist Nicole Hardy, author of the new best-selling memoir Confessions of a Latter-Day Virgin, will read from her work this coming Tuesday, September 17th at 6.30pm in the Henry Hudson Room. A question-and-answer session will follow the reading. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.

Nicole Hardy's groundbreaking memoir Confessions of a Latter-Day Virgin (Hyperion, 2013) asks the timely question: what is it like to be a devout Mormon woman in today’s world? Poet and essayist Hardy first opined on the matter in her New York Times Magazine column, “Modern Love,” in which she laid bare her personal struggles to be true to both her heart and her faith. In this achingly candid memoir, Hardy delves more deeply into the dilemmas faced as she aged out of the church’s “single ward” and into her thirties. At a time when her mind should have been on the Mormon tenets of marriage and motherhood, Hardy found herself more interested in writing. Nicole Hardy is also the author of two books of poetry and her writing has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

For more information about the author, check out her website at www.nicolehardy.com

Ongoing Events:

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Nov 10th-Nov 9th

Group Information Session and Campus Tours

Admissions Multi-Media Room

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