"A Greener NYC" to Showcase a Nyack School of Music Performance at City Hall
New York City Council Member Donovan Richards, Chair of the City Council’s Committee on Environmental Protection, has invited Nyack College School of Music students to perform at City Hall on Tuesday, September 30 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall in Manhattan.
"A Greener NYC" is the theme of the event that will include the recognition of educators, advocates, and community organizations that have shown exemplary commitment towards ensuring New York City is cleaner and greener.
The program will be co-hosted by Councilman Richards, Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and the New York City Council. This event is preceded by a series of events for NYC's Climate Week and the 2014 UN Climate Summit hosted by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The Summit will take place on September 23 and gather world leaders from government, finance, business, and civil society.
C&MA Church Planter Among Those Murdered in Guinea
The campus community is encouraged to pray for the families of Christian and Missionary Alliance church planter Rev. Moise Mamy and seven others in an Ebola education delegation, who were killed in southern Guinea.
Click here to read a report from the Alliance.
Get Nyack Warrior Gear Online Until September 30
Nyack College Athletics has partnered with Anaconda Sports and Nike to create an Official Warriors Team Store for a limited time. Merchandise for men and women will be available until September 30. Orders will ship in early November. A portion of the proceeds from the store will support Warrior Baseball's team mission trip to Mexico.
Click here to visit the store and check out the full inventory!
Alrick Brown's Award-winning Kinyarwanda Screening & Panel at Nyack NYC
The Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement (CSGE) at Nyack College will screen the award-winning (World Cinema Audience Award Dramatic Sundance Film Festival, Crystal Heart Award Winner Heartland Film Festival, Grand Prize Sony D-Cinema Award) 2011 film, Kinyarwanda, directed by Alrick Brown, at the Nyack New York City campus in Battery Park at 2 Washington Street, Room 2241 on Thursday, September 18. Screening of the film will start at 4:00 p.m. and will also include a performance by the Nyack Chorale.
A panel discussion will feature Mr. Brown, the film’s director and Ms. Willa Shalit, philanthropist, fair trade activist, and socially conscious entrepreneur.
Click here to see the CNN piece featuring Mr. Brown discussing his film.
For more information, contact the CSGE Office at 845.675.4582.
Dean Ron Walborn Interviewed on Unseminary.com
Dr. Ron Walborn, dean of Nyack’s Alliance Theological Seminary (ATS) and associate dean of Nyack’s department of Bible and Christian Ministry was recently interviewed by Rich Birch, Operations Pastor at Liquid Church of New Jersey.
During the interview, Dr. Walborn addresses some of the pressures of church leadership today and how an institution like ATS is attempting to prepare students for ministry and helping existing pastors lead better!
Click here to listen to the podcast.
- "A Greener NYC" to Showcase a Nyack School of Music Performance at City Hall
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- Alrick Brown's Award-winning Kinyarwanda Screening & Panel at Nyack NYC
- Dean Ron Walborn Interviewed on Unseminary.com
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