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Freshman Class Moves In

Freshman Class Moves In

September 4, 2018

While it was a holiday for most, the New Rochelle Campus was bustling on Monday, September 3 as the freshmen resident students moved into the dorms.


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Student Leaders “LEEP” into their Roles in Preparation for New Year

Student Leaders “LEEP” into their Roles in Preparation for New Year

August 31, 2018

Student leaders from the School of Arts & Sciences and School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions returned to campus on Wednesday, August 29 to participate in the Leadership Education and Empowerment Program (LEEP) as they prepare to welcome back all students next week for the start of the 114th academic year of the College.


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Martha Counihan, O.S.U. Authors Jetta’s Story about Ursuline Charism during WWII

Martha Counihan, O.S.U. Authors Jetta’s Story about Ursuline Charism during WWII

August 20, 2018

CNR Archivist and Associate Professor Sr. Martha Counihan has authored Jetta’s Story, a new book that recounts the story of Jetta, a Jewish teenager who fled Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia to Mussolini’s Italy, only to find that she and her family faced the Nazi round-up of all Jews living in the country.  After imploring the Vatican for help, Jetta and her sister were taken in by a group of compassionate Ursuline nuns.  


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CNR Revokes McCarrick Honorary Degree

CNR Revokes McCarrick Honorary Degree

August 17, 2018

The College of New Rochelle announced today a decision by its Board of Trustees to revoke the honorary degree bestowed upon Cardinal Theodore McCarrick in 2012. 
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CNR President Dr. William Latimer Brings  Public Health Minute Radio Show to CNR

CNR President Dr. William Latimer Brings Public Health Minute Radio Show to CNR

August 6, 2018

Dr. William Latimer, President of The College of New Rochelle (CNR), has brought his informative public health radio show, Public Health Minute, to the College.
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Junior Daniel Hancock Spends Summer Interning in London

Junior Daniel Hancock Spends Summer Interning in London

July 26, 2018

Summer is often a time when CNR students take advantage of opportunities to gain professional experience through internships and to travel to new places. CNR junior Daniel Hancock got both when he landed an internship in London working with The Human Race to assist with the preparation for the Royal Windsor Triathlon.
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CNR Welcomes Class of 2022 at Summer Orientation

CNR Welcomes Class of 2022 at Summer Orientation

July 20, 2018

More than 300 incoming freshman and their family members were welcomed to CNR on July 19 and 20 for a two days of orientation events.
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Professor Ken Doka Receives Coveted Herman Feifel Award for  Outstanding Achievement in Thanatology

Professor Ken Doka Receives Coveted Herman Feifel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Thanatology

July 17, 2018

The International Work Group on Dying, Death and Bereavement (IWG) has this year bestowed its coveted Herman Feifel Award on Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, professor of counseling at The College of New Rochelle.
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CNR Graduates Inaugural MFA Class

CNR Graduates Inaugural MFA Class

June 22, 2018

From the day she won a poetry contest in second grade, Elizabeth Kelso had an inkling she could write. However, it wasn’t until 40 years later, when the Bronx native enrolled in The College of New Rochelle’s Master of Fine Arts Program to pursue a degree in Creative Writing, that she realized her true potential.
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Professor Amy Bass’ New Book Optioned by Netflix

Professor Amy Bass’ New Book Optioned by Netflix

June 21, 2018

CNR History Professor Dr. Amy Bass’ new book, One Goal: A Coach, a Team, and the Game that Brought a Divided Town Together, has continued to collect accolades since its release in February. The latest came on Wednesday, June 20, when the Hollywood Reporter announced that Netflix had optioned the rights to make a film or television series out of One Goal.
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