Back in October, Molloy students, faculty, and staff participated in LaValla Weekend, held at the Marist Brothers’ Center at Esopus. They were joined by Marist school communities from across the US Province, and together they celebrated the environmental theme of “Caring for our Common Home.” Those in attendance worked on service projects and discussed climate change and how we can all be more environmentally friendly.
In November, Molloy received a gift on behalf of the Marist community stemming from LaValla Weekend. A young Coral Bark Japanese Maple tree was accepted by President Richard Karsten ’81 and Principal Dr. Darius Penikas. The tree was planted on Molloy’s front lawn and we hope it will serve as a daily reminder of our responsibility to love and care for our planet.