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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.
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.
Several New Rochelle students will now get a crack at the prize.
DiMasi joined Berkeley College in 2007 as Marketing Manager and was named Associate Vice President, Marketing, in 2012.
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.
This year 21 incoming students, two returning student leaders, and three of the college's professional staff members participated in the program.
Ryan Barnes, who just graduated eighth grade from Isaac E. Young Middle School in New Rochelle, has had perfect attendance for three straight years, according to his mother, Diana.
School superintendent positions throughout the Hudson Valley are turning over due to retirements and other factors.
Brian Osborne has accepted a position in New Rochelle, one year after rejecting an offer to head a Michigan school system. Former New Rochelle Superintendent Richard Organisciak retired from
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.
A total of 750 8th grade students are scheduled to participate May 14 in the graduation mass celebrated by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York.