As part of Marywood's month of thanks, we invite you to share your memories, wisdom and messages of thanks as we approach our Centennial in 2015. Your responses will be part of our time capsule which will be buried in our Centennial year. This Centennial time capsule will be buried on the site of the Motherhouse Memorial, linking our future to our very beginnings.
Please consider making a gift in memory of your experiences at Marywood.
Dr. Margaret Yarina altered the course of my college life. I entered Marywood College in 1961 intending to become a math teacher. Two concurrent events changed that: first, I didn't feel prepared for the college math curriculum; second, and more important, I took an English class with Miss (at the time) Yarina. I was enthralled by her lessons and, without much deliberation, changed my major study to English. I have had 25+ years of success as a high school English teacher and owe much of it to my initiation into the field by Miss Yarina. I was most inspired by her and am grateful to her for her strong influence she had on me at that time.
-- Gloria Cardoni Jasieniecki Class of 1965