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The rankings are based on several criteria, including graduation and retention rates, and faculty and financial resources.
Tiffany Tavarez, a resident of the Bronx, was selected to receive the scholarship for being an outstanding Hispanic woman and student.
Bill would provide drug testing for no extra cost and would keep results confidential, senator says.
The cheerleading teams trained at Pine Forest Camp in the Poconos.
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.
The Angela Merici Medal has been bestowed upon more than 100 outstanding alumnae/i for their exceptional loyalty to the church and College.
The Greenwich Education Group explains the importance of the PSAT testing process for high school students.
Founded in 2001, Kids X-Press, Inc., is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting literacy.
Several New Rochelle students will now get a crack at the prize.
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.
Tonight's performance by the National Youth Orchestra of the USA is open to the public.
For 2014, Rye High School faculty and staff lip synced "Hall of Fame" by The Script featuring Will.i.am and "Happy" by Pharrell.
Gay Danbury senior elected to prom royalty used the platform to speak out for another repressed group.
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.
Former County Executive Andrew Spano is among those joining the Westchester Community College board.
Recommendations seek to curb racial prejudice and stop excessive discipline for minor offenses.