Category Marist News

Meet the 2017-2018 PRSSA E-board!

Article by Katy Zielinski – esPResso Staff Writer Meet the 2017-2018 PRSSA E-board! As you can imagine, it takes hours to plan and host each of our PRSSA events. We book the room, order food, publicize the event, and so much more! Ever wonder who is behind it all? Take a few minutes to learn […]


New year, new e-board! With the 2015-2016 academic coming to an end, Marist PRSSA’s current e-board will pass on their titles to a new set of members beginning in the fall. esPResso would like to extend their congratulations to the new e-board members, and we look forward to seeing what is in store for PRSSA […]

Poughkeepsie Gets Bern-ed at Political Rally

Article by Taylor Romano | esPResso Staff Writer  | U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders goes the extra mile while speaking at last Tuesday’s rally in Poughkeepsie, NY. Sanders and his campaign staff flourished when executing a rally in just two days. Marcus Molinaro, Dutchess County Executive, reached out to candidates on Sunday, April 10 […]

PRSSA Members Volunteer at 2016 Friends of Jaclyn Foundation Gala

Article by Rebecca Golub | esPResso Committee Member On Saturday, March 12, a group of Marist College PRSSA members volunteered at The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation Annual Gala. During this event volunteers were tasked with checking in guests and selling raffle tickets, for which all proceeds funded the functions of The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. […]

Marist PRSSA Teaches Members How to Keep A Professional Online Presence

Article by Tatiana Miranda | esPResso Committee Member On Wednesday, February 17th, the PRSSA e-board held a meeting for members to learn about how to keep a professional presence when using social media. The meeting also included how to use other resources to help students stand out to future employers, and how to search for […]

Marist Sings About More Than Love This Valentines Day

Article by Taylor Romano | esPResso Staff Writer This year’s annual production of Love in the Afternoon took on a personal note as Marist Singers aimed to promote and raise money for the Maya Gold Foundation. On Feb. 13 and 14, various singers took to the stage in support of the foundation, which was recently formed following the suicide of a student […]

Marist’s Political Viewpoints: South Carolina Primaries

Article by Rebecca Golub | esPResso Committee Member It would seem that the majority of Marist is not on board with Trump’s presidential candidacy. This comes in contrast to the belief of the greater American public that still holds an interest in Trump’s views, following the South Carolina primaries. According to AP news, Donald Trump came in first place among […]