At its Habitat Huts event this week, the Marist College chapter of Habitat for Humanity helped raise awareness of the organization’s work to address homelessness and inadequate housing in countries around the world and helped promote cardboard recycling on campus.

On July 17, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman held a Community Forum in the Fusco Recital Hall at Marist College.

In the bottom photo, Marist President Dennis Murray introduces the Attorney General to a full house. The Attorney General was joined by members of his senior staff, who discussed the office’s work and answered questions about environment, labor, and other areas.

Earlier in the day, the Attorney General toured the campus, including a stop at the Marist Institute for Public Opinion (MIPO), where Marist Poll Director Barbara Carvalho (left) and MIPO Director Lee Miringoff (2nd from left), talked about how they conduct their polls.