Hair Today, Hair Tomorrow!

February 21, 2018 Around Albany
As I sit here on a rainy President’s Day Monday, a local news story has really piqued my interest...and, believe it or not, the story is about hair! Well, not just any old hair, but a lock of hair from none other than the first president of the United States of America—George Washington. As you may know from some of my past blogs, I am captivated by the significant place Albany, NY, occupied during the…
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Share Your Story: Christine Gryscavage, 1969

January 31, 2018 Share Your Story
I am so glad my high school guidance counselor made me aware of Maria College. He said there was a small two-year Catholic college which had been exclusively for women entering the Sisters of Mercy.…
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I Think I Can

January 16, 2018 Find Your Course
Welcome back to a new semester at Maria College! As the new year and the new semester get underway, a word keeps repeating itself in my mind— “persistence.” I’m actually reminded of that word almost…
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Stars and Gifts: A Reflection for the Epiphany

January 8, 2018 Spirituality
The visit of the magi to the child Jesus has always been my favorite feast in the Church's year. I love the mystery and symbolism of the epiphany. As life gets back to normal on…
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Occupational Therapy, Simply

December 18, 2017 Academic Programs
In the burgeoning field of medicine and the allied health professions, there are many avenues for a career-minded professional to embark upon. At the same time, coupled with the ever-increasing advancement of technology and pharmacology,…
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