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Nyack NYC Fall Poetry Slam!

Posted by Cezanne.Perez on Friday October 24, 2014

This Wednesday was an explosion of talent as Nyack students came together for our annual Poetry Slam. Prayers, rhymes, testimonies, and beautiful experiences all molded into one night of shared fellowship. The event, which served as a fundraiser for the Students Against Hunger, included a special performance by the Living Waters Dance Ministry team. 

Students Against Hunger

Posted by Cezanne.Perez on Friday October 24, 2014

On Thursday, October 16th, Nyack College NYC Students Against Hunger met for their first ministry outreach of the semester. Together, the group made over 100 meals that they delivered to the homeless and needy at Penn Station. 

This club is just one of the many ways to get involved @ Nyack NYC! Visit our Life at Nyack calendar page to make sure you're at the next meeting! 

WRK IT: Flowcycle Class

Posted by Cezanne.Perez on Thursday October 16, 2014

Last week, students from Nyack College NYC met for our first WRK IT class of the semester. Everyone who attended poured hard work and sweat into the hour-long class of intense bike training, which included climbs, breakouts, and ab-shredding swings. A huge thanks goes out to AC, our motivational instructor and owner of Flowcycle. We'll be back! 

Homecoming @ Nyack!

Posted by Cezanne.Perez on Wednesday October 15, 2014

Students from Nyack College NYC travelled up to the Rockland campus on Saturday, October 11th for our annual Homecoming event. The fun-filled day included the Warrior’s soccer and volleyball games, pizza parties under the tent, and lots of laughs at the Student Activities Marketplace. Between golfing and jumping in the bouncy house to shared laughs in Boone, the day was full of blessings and excitement.  

The Lost and Found Art Awareness Exhibit

Posted by Cezanne.Perez on Friday October 3, 2014

On Thursday, October 2nd,  Nyack College NYC and the Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement welcomed artists Susan Clithorne and Sally Thielen for a special art exhibit titled “The Lost and Found Awareness Project.” The installation exhibit focused on increasing awareness on sex trafficking around the world. The Michigan-based artists then joined us for a special chapel service, where they explained the symbolism in the artwork and provided tangible resources to fight human trafficking. 

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