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The College of New Rochelle is the first private college in the Mid-Hudson Region to be designated as a START-UP NY location.
Chamberlin's background includes directing communications, public relations, marketing and branding for colleges, universities and others.
Roberts brings more than three decades experience in administrating operations within collegiate environments to her new position.
Meet & network with young professionals who feel passionately about educational issues that affect the children and families of Westchester.
The Bronxville-based workshop is free and open to the public, but reservations are required because space is limited.
The Angela Merici Medal has been bestowed upon more than 100 outstanding alumnae/i for their exceptional loyalty to the church and College.
Founded in 2001, Kids X-Press, Inc., is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting literacy.
The day-long conference will be held Sept. 12 at the New York State Judicial Institute on the Pace Law School campus in White Plains.
Students will be tested using a device that measures "the balance and symmetry of the body in motion."
The students performed a fun rendition of "Born to Read," sung to Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run."
Each year, The Community Fund provides scholarships to local graduating seniors in memory of Michael Frey, an Eastchester police officer who lost his life in the line of duty.
Gay Danbury senior elected to prom royalty used the platform to speak out for another repressed group.
Barbara Walters' career spanned five decades, during which time she became one of the country's most famous television news journalists.
Bronxville High School students Abigail Roesser, Chrissy Simon and Malcolm Roesser, founders of “Racquets For Life,” have organized a charity tennis match on June 7.
A total of 750 8th grade students participated in the May 14 graduation mass, celebrated by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York.
Directed by math and computer teacher, Catherine Gmoser, the show featured a cast and crew of approximately 100 students who staged three performances in March.
The Tuckahoe school district purchased 700 Chromebooks for its "Technology for All" initiative.