SAT gets less weight in Marymount’s admissions

Saturday, April 9, 2022

By Andrew Niklason Photos by Unsplash and Pixabay Test scores of incoming students at Marymount University will hold less weight in the admissions process, as Marymount is among…

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Student wishing to build an edible garden near the chapel to address food insecurity on campus

Saturday, April 9, 2022

By: Jason Kusi Photos: Jason Kusi and Unsplash A Marymount student wants to add an edible garden to the grotto near the chapel to address food insecurity on…

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Marymount may recognize tribes on website, in syllabi

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

By Sebastian Radovic Photo by Pixabay Marymount officials are set to meet this month to discuss the acknowledgement of  Indigenous lands in class syllabi and on the college’s…

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New Programs Coming to Marymount University’s College of Sciences and Humanities

Thursday, February 10, 2022

Author:  Piérre Ramon Thomas Photos by Unsplash ARLINGTON, VA (November 16, 2021) – The College of Sciences and Humanities is developing two new programs: a Master of Science…

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Will Marymount University be able to keep its designation as a Hispanic-Serving Institution this year?

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

By Melissa J. Gomez Angarita  Photos by Unsplash Will Marymount University be able to keep its designation as a Hispanic-Serving Institution this year? A decline of more than…

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New Program Automatically Purchases Textbooks, Starting Spring 2022

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

By Ava Gonzalez Photo by Unsplash Bernie’s Books For Less is a new program that was announced to students early on Friday morning last week.  The announcement read,…

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Outrage on Campus- New Housing Requirements see Student Protest on Ireton Lawn

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

by Macy Pope, Photos by Macy Pope On September 30th, Dr. William Bisset announced a change in Marymount’s Housing Policy, requiring all students not staying with relatives to…

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Why I Didn’t Vote in the Student Government Election (and Why You Should!)

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

By: Justin Srsic Student Advocacy has been incredibly important to me here at Marymount. It’s what drove me to serve on Student Government for two years, assist the University…

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Updates from SGA: November 7th

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

By: Ava Gonzalez Photos: Marymount Student Government Association Every other Thursday, the Student Government Association hosts a public meeting. Last week, there were some exciting guest speakers and…

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Marymount’s Tradition of Tribute: Flags for 9/11

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

By: Ava Gonzalez Photos: Ava Gonzalez The grass of Ireton lawn was dewey on Wednesday morning, making the task of planting nearly 3000 flags harder than it already was. A…

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