Marywood's biannual book swap, a thirteen-year tradition, continues to thrive despite the popularity of digital reading devices like the Nook and Kindle.
Orientation Weekend brought more than 1,000 students and family members to campus. The spirit of that weekend carried over into the beginning of the fall semester.
Marywood plans to increase its annual contribution to the Yellow Ribbon Program next year, in order to expand educational opportunities to student veterans.
Despite a power outage, this year's Reunion Weekend was an opportunity for more than 400 alumni to meet and mingle, reconnect, and re-engage.
In a collaborative agreement, Marywood University will offer its Master of Social Work degree on the campus of East Stroudsburg University.