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CNR Community Comes Together for Family Weekend
As the trees changed colors on campus, undergraduate students at The College of New Rochelle took a few days to share a taste of the CNR experience with loved ones during Family Weekend. The weekend of October 13 – 15, 2017 offered a host of events that featured something for everyone, including food, fun, sports and the chance to walk together in support of breast cancer awareness.
DACA: What Happens Next? CNR Students Host a Community Forum
On Thursday, October 5, members of CNR’s Latin American Women’s Society (LAWS) presented “DACA – What Happens Next?” – a conversation about the threatened termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA), the impact on DACA recipients, and resources available to them as they face an uncertain future.