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CNR Holds Final Commencement

CNR Holds Final Commencement

May 22, 2019

While the occasion was a celebration of a major achievement for nearly 1,000 graduates of the Class of 2019, it was also bittersweet as the last Commencement of The College of New Rochelle and its final graduating class. The grandeur of New York City’s iconic Riverside Church was befitting the milestone event.


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CNR Alumna and Archivist Reflects on 115 Year History of CNR

CNR Alumna and Archivist Reflects on 115 Year History of CNR

June 14, 2019

On a beautiful June day, members of the College Community gathered for a final Mass in Maura Ballroom. During the Mass, Sr. Martha Counihan, OSU SAS’67, College Archivist, reflected on the 115 years of CNR.
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Alumnae Renew Friendships at Alumnae College 2019

Alumnae Renew Friendships at Alumnae College 2019

June 11, 2019

This past weekend was a festive one at CNR, as alumnae from the classes ending in 4s and 9s returned to their alma mater one last time to renew friendships and reminisce about their college years during Alumnae College 2019.


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2019 Graduates Celebrate at Hooding & Awards Ceremonies

2019 Graduates Celebrate at Hooding & Awards Ceremonies

May 21, 2019

In the days leading up to Commencement, CNR’s four Schools conducted joyous hooding ceremonies in honor of graduating students. The ceremonies provided an opportunity for CNR graduates to celebrate with the classmates, faculty, administrators, and family members who provided friendship, encouragement, and mentorship throughout their college years. Outstanding students also received special recognition awards for their academic achievements.
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The College of New Rochelle to Hold Final Commencement Ceremony

The College of New Rochelle to Hold Final Commencement Ceremony

May 10, 2019

Former State Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson to give address and nearly 1,000 undergraduate degrees to be awarded at CNR's 112th Commencement Ceremony on May 21.
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Cuban Writer and Activist Speaks on Struggles for Equality in the 21st Century

Cuban Writer and Activist Speaks on Struggles for Equality in the 21st Century

May 9, 2019

Cuban writer, literary critic, and activist Roberto Zurbano recently visited CNR to speak about what it is to be Black in a changing Cuba and the struggles for equality in the 21st Century.
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CNR Student Awarded Scholarship to Support Language Study Abroad

CNR Student Awarded Scholarship to Support Language Study Abroad

May 3, 2019

On May 1, CNR students who participated in the Bridging Cultures trip to Spain during spring break shared their academic projects and observations from their trip, with topics ranging from the analyses of the travels of the poet Federico García Lorca and the cohabitation of religious traditions in the architecture of Andalucía to Flamenco culture and Catalonian street art.
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CNR Offers Stop the Bleed Program to Help Save Lives

CNR Offers Stop the Bleed Program to Help Save Lives

May 2, 2019

It can take just minutes for someone to bleed to death from an accidental wound or injury from a mass casualty event. On April 28, CNR’s School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions and the Student Nursing Association held Stop the Bleed training in bleed control techniques that can help save lives.


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Hundreds Come Together at CNR’s Final Strawberry Festival

Hundreds Come Together at CNR’s Final Strawberry Festival

May 1, 2019

Hundreds gathered in the Wellness Center on Sunday, April 28, as the College hosted its final Strawberry Festival, ending a 47-year run for the event held each spring to celebrate the coming of summer.
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Honors Students Explore Possible Futures During Conference Day

Honors Students Explore Possible Futures During Conference Day

April 29, 2019

Students in the Juniors Honor Colloquium had the opportunity to showcase their projects during Honors Conference Day on Thursday, April 25. With this year’s theme “Tomorrow’s Yesterday: Futures Past and Present,” projects ranged from the genetic analysis of neurogenesis in spinal cords to the architectural adaptations required by climate change to a study of predictive analytics.


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