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Marymount alumna transforming lives in Ghana through “Nana’s Project”
Marymount alumna transforming lives in Ghana through “Nana’s Project”

Thu, July 02, 2020

What started as a family tragedy for a Marymount University alumna turned into a new career path and a way to make meaningful, positive change in her native country.   Nana Konadu-Asare... Learn more.

Professor Holly Karapetkova becomes Arlington County
Professor Holly Karapetkova becomes Arlington County's second Poet Laureate

Fri, June 26, 2020

Dr. Holly Karapetkova, Professor of Literature & Languages at Marymount University and an award-winning poet and author, has been chosen as Arlington County’s second Poet Laureate.  ... Learn more.

Marymount releases “Saints Reunite,” a guide to reopening for the fall semester
Marymount releases “Saints Reunite,” a guide to reopening for the fall semester

Fri, June 12, 2020

This week, Marymount University released its detailed plans to fully resume on-campus operations and welcome back students in August with face-to-face classes and residential living.  ... Learn more.

2020 Marymount graduates celebrated through University’s first-ever virtual commencement ceremonies
2020 Marymount graduates celebrated through University’s first-ever virtual commencement ceremonies

Wed, June 10, 2020

While it wasn’t how Marymount’s Class of 2020 envisioned the conclusion of their journey to a college degree, its members still gathered together – albeit, online – to... Learn more.

Marymount holds prayer vigil, listening session in response to racial violence and unrest
Marymount holds prayer vigil, listening session in response to racial violence and unrest

Thu, June 04, 2020

This Wednesday, Marymount University held an Ecumenical Prayer Vigil to mourn the Black lives lost to racial violence and police brutality. Members of the Marymount community offered reflections... Learn more.

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