Bennett Hilley ’02, Veronica Kessenich ’97, and Dr. Lambda Msezane ’93 returned to Marist School to take part in the second annual Women’s History Month Career Panel Discussion hosted by Marist’s Office of Inclusion and Diversity.
During this Lenten season, Marist will focus on the fundamental principle of Catholic Social Teaching: dignity of the human person.Campus Ministry and the Office of Inclusion and Diversity have planned a variety of student activities, service projects, and prayers related to weekly themes.
The Marist Alumni Association’s first overnight retreat, offered to all alumni, parents of alumni, and current Marist parents, took place on January 28-29 at Camp Westminster in Conyers, Ga. It was deemed by all involved to be a huge success. This retreat experience was conceived of by several members of Marist’s Alumni Service and Spirituality Committee, who formed a retreat steering committee to coordinate the details of the weekend. Thirty retreatants attended this first retreat.
On January 19-20, Marist School welcomed more than 260 students to campus for Atlanta's 27th annual High School Model Arab League conference. The Model Arab League program was founded in 1983 by the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations and gives students hands-on experience with the regional and international politics of the Arab World. The program builds students’ leadership and diplomacy skills by requiring them to represent the views of countries in the actual Arab League and simulate debates on issues currently before the League.