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c o n t e n t s
Marist is dedicated to helping students
develop the intellect and character required
for enlightened, ethical, and productive lives in
the global community of the 21st century.
Marist magazine is published by the
Office of College Advancement at Marist College
for alumni and friends of Marist College.
Vice President for College Advancement:
Christopher DelGiorno ’88
Chief Public Affairs Officer: Greg Cannon
Editor: Leslie Bates
Executive Director of Alumni Relations:
Amy Coppola Woods ’97
Alumni News Coordinator: Donna Watts
Art Director: Richard Deon
Front and back cover photos: Victor Van Carpels
Marist College
3399 North Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601-1387
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The USS Monitor
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Enterprise Computing
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Top Student-Athlete
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A Gift of Light
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Celebrating The Campaign for Marist
Events on campus and in Florida, New
York, and California will commemorate
the success of the campaign.
Unforgettable Florence
Spending their first year of college at Marist’s
branch campus in Florence, Italy, brought the La
Mela twins an extraordinary learning experience.
Putting Mainframes in the Mainstream
Marist’s Enterprise Computing Research
Laboratory is the cornerstone of a program
to introduce mainframe computing into
undergraduate education, initiated through
a National Science Foundation grant.
Red Fox Roundup
Corielle Yarde ’12 was named the 2011-12 MAAC
Student-Athlete of the Year, Marist led the MAAC
in number of student-athletes named to the
MAAC Academic Honor Roll, and Marist won
the MAAC Women’s Commissioner’s Cup.
Marist Drive
What’s happening on campus
Alumni News & Notes
Updates on Marist graduates
A Q&A with longtime professor
Dr. John Scileppi ’67 describes why
he contributes to Marist.
How Tweet It Is
While official Marist social media accounts provide
followers with College news and updates, just as much
time is devoted to answering questions about what’s
happening on campus, sharing photos, and joining
in the excitement of high school seniors who take to
Twitter to announce their acceptance to Marist.
Herbert Weinman, MD, ’93 MBA
with new friends in Uganda.
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