Student Life in NYC
Students Against Hunger on Trinity Broadcasting Network
Students Against Hunger President Christian Anarfi and Secretary Flower Dang were invited to be guests for a special recording of "Joy in Our Town," a public affairs program hosted by Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). The interview, conducted on April 22nd, discussed issues of homelessness in NYC and ways that the local community can lend a hand. The segment will air in late June/early July. Stay posted for more information; we are so excited to see Nyack on TV!
The Original Aussies
On April 20th, Nyack College student Janette James put together a production titled "The Original Aussies - A Look Into the Indigenous History of Australia." The program featured a brief history of "The Stolen Generations," a dark period of injustice towards the indigenous population of Australia. The personal story of Janette was extremely moving as she made a public announcement of forgiveness on behalf of both her grandmother and the indigenous population. The program also included art, photos, maps, and flags, to provide students with a better understanding of Australia. Terry Ann Salmon, Evan Peet, and Yessica Lopez also stepped in to lend a hand in putting on this production. Thanks, Janette, for providing us with this eye-opening event!
Veterans Club Presidential Lunch
On Thursday, April 2nd, Nyack College NYC Veterans met with President Michael Scales for an afternoon luncheon. Students shared stories, challenges, and fond experiences as to why they chose Nyack as their institution for higher learning. Students that attended represented the Army, Marines, and Air Force. Thanks to all who showed up!
Nyack College NYC and NY CityServe
On March 28th, Nyack College NYC joined forces with NY CityServe in a city-wide effort to serve our local communities. Together, Nyack served two family shelters, one woman's shelter, two parks, one school, and five after school sites. In turn,170 homeless families, 200 women in shelters, and over 800 young people were impacted by the clean up effort! It was a wonderful opportunity to be reminded that we love because He first loved us (1 John 4:19). Thanks to all who came out!
Pictured above: Associate Dean Charles Hammond leads a clean-up crew in Betsy Head Park, Brownsville, Brooklyn.
A.B. Simpson Tribute
On Tuesday, March 31st, the Student Leaders at Nyack College NYC in partnership with the Students Against Hunger paid homage to our insitution's founder in a beautiful tribute. The Tribute to A.B. Simpson included the Business Club, Student Government, the Dance Ministry, the Social Work Organization, the Evangelism Club, and Acts Prayer Ministry. Each group spoke of the life of Simpson and his commitment to serving Jesus and others. It not only was a lovely reminder of why Nyack College was founded, but it also sparked fresh fire in all of our hearts to reach the lost and unsaved. We are grateful to be reminded of Simpson's vision and encouraged to fan the flame!
- Students Against Hunger on Trinity Broadcasting Network
- The Original Aussies
- Veterans Club Presidential Lunch
- Nyack College NYC and NY CityServe
- A.B. Simpson Tribute
- Career Services Fair 2015
- Multicultural Day 2015
- CityServe: For this City Youth Event
- Ministry Outreach - Students Against Hunger
- 2015 Black History Month Celebration
- The Veterans Club - Meet & Greet
- Special Palau Chapel - Trip to Rockland!
- Spring 2015 - Opening Chapel
- New Student Orientation - Spring 2015!
- Skating in the City
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