The Marist Heritage Project was established in 2001 and is dedicated to documenting the history of the College. You will find campus publications, oral histories, and written histories of the College on this site.
Browse and search copies of the Reynard’s Record, The Record, and The Circle from 1961 to 2015.
Browse and search copies of the Greystone and Reynard Yearbooks from 1944 through 2004.
Listen to, read, and search our oral history archive.
Explore the life of the military official, merchant, and revolutionary Ebenezer Stevens.
This exhibit includes many of the documents and images that made Col. T.E. Lawrence famous as Lawrence of Arabia.
Lowell Thomas is credited with establishing modern journalism and he was the most popular newsman of his day, bringing the news to an average of 2.4 million homes every weeknight. Now you can explore 46 years of news as it was reported by Thomas from 1930 to 1976. This project was funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (the grant funding arm of the National Archives).
This massive project allows you to explore almost every aspect of the national collegiate rowing competition held on the Hudson River between 1895 and 1949 that became known as the Poughkeepsie Regatta.
You are about to explore materials created for a 15-week, no-coding, undergraduate digital humanities (DH) course at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. This site was designed to provide instructors with all the content needed to teach an introduction to the dynamic and interdisciplinary field of DH that focuses on developing skills in digital research and project planning. This project was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
As part of the Lowell Thomas Digitization project the Marist College Archives and Special Collections made 360° views of various items from the Lowell Thomas Collection.
The Marist Environmental History Project (MEHP) is dedicated to identifying historically significant materials concerning the Scenic Hudson Decision, promoting access to these materials for use by researchers, and most importantly preserving these materials.