Article by Marie Bardelli – EsPResso Staff Writer They almost missed the shot. After announcing a boycott of the 2017 Women’s World Championships, the USA women’s hockey team’s appearance at the championships and Olympics was left at the mercy of USA Hockey, the official governing body for ice hockey in the United States. The team’s […]

Article by Madison Gabor – EsPResso Committee Member On Wednesday, February 21st, Marist PRSSA hosted a Webinar event with Monica Couvillion, an Account Executive from a global public relations firm, Edelman. Monica is a Marist Alumni (’16) and former PRSSA member, therefore, it was extremely easy for the members to relate to her as she […]

Article by Sarah Lynch – EsPResso Staff Writer With the conclusion of its seventh annual Celebration of Service Campaign, Home Depot has once again distinguished its dedication to serving veterans. From September 7 to Veteran’s Day, members of Team Depot, the company’s volunteer initiative, step “out of the aisles and into their communities” to give […]

Article by Paisley Haddad – EsPResso Staff Writer Disney announced that they would be offering a new streaming service, where they would be making exclusive TV series having to do with their most popular characters, that would cost consumers a much lower price than what they pay for Netflix. Fans got a big surprise when […]

Article by Katy Zielinski – EsPResso Staff Writer On November 15, 2017, Marist PRSSA hosted their PR Professionals Panel. This successful event concluded the chapter’s guest speaker series. On the panel was Steven Andersen, Vice President of Content and Client Strategy at Infinite Global, John Barry, a music and arts journalist at the Poughkeepsie Journal, […]

Article by Marissa Kelly – EsPResso Staff Writer It seems as if everyday the world let’s out a collective sigh as another male in Hollywood is accused of some sort of sexual misconduct. The Harvey Weinstein scandal was the tip of an iceberg that led to a consecutive domino effect, leading the United States through […]

Article by Sarah Lynch – EsPResso Staff Writer Simba may be the king, but with Beyoncé cast as the Disney’s leading lady in its 2019 remake of The Lion King, it seems Nala will reign. Rumors of the mega-star’s involvement in the film arose in the spring, but on Nov. 1 the news was finally […]