|10:00 am-11:30 am|| Admissions Multi-Media Room|
|1:00 pm-2:30 pm|| Admissions Multi-Media Room|
|3:30 pm|| Hancock|
The next of this semester's Friday afternoon Mathematics seminars will be
held on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 3:30 PM in the Hancock Center Room 2019.
There will be three short talks given by Marist students:
Elizabeth Galvin, class of 2014 will talk on "Long-Term Behavior of Solutions
to a Nonlinear Wave Equation".
Christopher Abriola, class of 2014 will talk on "Analysis of the Vibration
Spectrum of a Double Euler-Bernoulli Beam System".
Ryan Karpisz, class of 2014 will talk on "Applying Bayesian Methods to
Ground Fuel Estimation".
These talks are open to anyone, particularly students.
Refreshments will be served.
|5:00 pm-10:00 pm|| Cabaret|
Family Weekend 2013
September 27th, September 28th, and September 29th
For detailed schedule information, please visit http://www.marist.edu/studentlife/familyweekend/schedule.html
We highly recommend you make hotel reservations as soon as possible.
About Family Weekend
A Marist tradition, Family Weekend is a fun-filled opportunity for students and their families to meet, mingle and make memories with other members of the Marist community. Every year Marist College presents an exciting schedule with activities appropriate for the whole family.
Highlights of the weekend feature: an evening of musical magic with the Music Department Concert at the McCann Center Arena; the fourth annual Fall Poughkeepsie Regatta and continental breakfast at Longview Park, Riverfront Property; Hudson River boat cruises; excursions off campus; an MCCTA Murder Mystery Dinner (tickets are limited); and a great concert with the incredible Michael Cavanaugh, with special guest Robbie Dupree.
The program concludes on Sunday, and each year families are invited to attend a campus Mass followed by a barbeque on the Riverfront. We hope that you will make Family Weekend part of your family tradition each year that your student attends Marist.
|7:00 pm|| Library|
L'augerbe espagnole / The Spanish Apartment [Dir. Cédric Klapisch; France/Spain 2002] A French college student moves to an apartment in Barcelona as part of a student exchange program where he is joined by six other international students and amidst the multi-cultural chaos he receives a hilarious, eye-opening lesson on how to live, love, laugh…and party! In French, Spanish, Catalan, Danish, and German with English subtitles.