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List of 16 news stories.
Cam Wiley '15 earns basketball honor
Cam Wiley '15, currently a senior guard at Swarthmore, earned MVP honors in the Centennial Concerence Tournament for the second time in his career. Wiley is only one of two players in conference history to play in four consecutive men's basketball championships. Wiley helped lead his team to a win and Swarthmore will be heading to the NCAA tournament. Congrats Cam and Swarthmore!
Marist Alumni Office Holds Second Annual Alumni Trivia Night
Working on behalf of the Marist Alumni Office, the Alumni Board Special Events Committee hosted its second annual Alumni Trivia Night on Thursday, February 7 in Kuhrt Gym. Longtime Marist science teacher and coach Gary Miller acted as emcee for the evening, providing colorful commentary and challenging questions for those in attendance.
Victor Borowsky '96 honored as top financial adviser in the country
Victor Borowsky '96, who works for Northwestern Mutual, was honored along with thirteen Atlanta-based financial representatives for their commitment and drive to help families and businesses plan for and achieve financial security. This is the first time that he has received the company's elite membership honor.
Chase Abshier '18 awarded George Morris Scholarship
Chase Abshier '18 was awarded the George Morris Scholarship at the Atlanta Chapter of National Football Foundation at the Atlanta Touchdown Club. Chase was presented the award from Gus Morris '77, son of George Morris. Congrats Chase on this honor!
Kenneth Brinson has always been a motivated and dedicated athlete. When looking for a college, Brinson was looking for a place where he could pursue the sports that he was passionate about. At the end of his search, he determed West Point was where he would be able to actualize that goal while simultaneously being challenged in a variety of other ways.