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Brady, formerly a head coach at Marist and James Madison, joined the program in 2017 as the director of player personnel and became an assistant coach the following year.Maryland basketball assistant DeAndre Haynes leaves program to join Marquette staff|Emily Giambalvo|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
An NPR-PBS NewsHour-Marist poll found that 49 percent of Republican men said they would not receive a vaccine if it were offered to them.House members could get a coronavirus vaccine. But a quarter of them have not.|Marianna Sotomayor, Paul Kane|March 17, 2021|Washington Post
In that poll, 36 percent of Republicans said that they didn’t plan to get the vaccine — a lower percentage than the Marist poll but similarly larger than other groups.
Interestingly, the percentage of Republican men rejecting the vaccine is up substantially from December, when Marist asked the same thing.
Miringoff notes that in the case of states like Pennsylvania, Marist’s findings were “technically in the margin of error.”For pollsters, it’s back to the drawing board after yet another miss in the 2020 election|reymashayekhi|November 17, 2020|Fortune
A Spaniard by birth, Victor Serna left home shy of his 14th birthday and entered the monastery to become a Marist brother.
The poll comes from the McClatchy News Service and was conducted by Marist.
This McClatchy-Marist poll tells us that a middle-ground approach would be popular across the board.
Forty-eight percent of men said in a Marist poll this month that they are “very enthusiastic” about voting, the most of any group.
A recent Marist poll shows Gov. David Paterson with approval rating among New Yorkers of 17 percent.
But my concern now is with the work of the Marist Brothers who have made Albert their headquarters.France and the Republic|William Henry Hurlbert
Sometimes when the old Marist priest comes here he makes me feel d——d uncomfortable.The Ebbing Of The Tide|Louis Becke