As the summer term winds down, CW club members took the afternoon off to participate at the Club Bowling Tournament. Organized by the Brothers United Club, students spent an amazing day at Bowlmor Lanes in White Plains. The goal was to bring a sense of CW spirit and interact with all the clubs in a fun and energetic environment. Brothers United won the tournament and everybody had an amazing time.
Making the most of today’s gorgeous weather! Prof. Paula Cancro’s Project Management Class chose the best day to host “Street Fair.” It was a day to enjoy live music, fun games, and an obstacle course race. Also, Sisters United Club had some summer treats for sale.
Professor D’Allacco’s Event Planning & Promotions class hosted a delicious end-of-semester event for the CW community by having a food truck parked in the South Lot. A variety of hot lunch options were sold such as hot dogs, tater-tots, burgers, and more. The class successfully learned how to plan, organize, promote, and deliver their own event while students, staff, and faculty enjoyed the outcome!
CW’s Caribbean Student Association hosted a “Tour the World” Fashion show that highlighted cultural outfits from New York all the way to India. The event featured a Student Art showcase sponsored by the Digital Media & Sketch Clubs that displayed how artistically diverse the CW community is.
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As part of the preparations for finals, the Office of Academics helped students with the stress and provided hot breakfast. Students also had the opportunity to look ahead to next semester and make schedule changes, meet with Student Financial Services, and Commit to Complete their degree and graduating from CW.
Stay calm and good luck everybody!
Our evening students, staff & faculty took a cool break and enjoyed some ice cream. Just because is summer and ice cream is always a good idea!
Student Activities sponsored CW's annual Barbecue and Softball Game in Delfino Park yesterday. Students and Staff & Faculty gathered to enjoy a BBQ, summer treats sold by Sisters United, and the traditional softball game between students and Staff & faculty. Students won yet again with a final score of 16-9!!
The Office of Bachelor Studies & Returning Students put together the CW version of Family Feud, an interactive and informative game where students from different programs answered questions regarding the benefits of a Bachelor’s degree program at CW.
No matter what time of day or year, it’s always a perfect time for ice cream; but if that time of the year is summer with 85 degrees that’s even better! Student Activities sponsored the annual Ice Cream Social where Day Students, faculty and staff enjoyed ice cream from the Good Humor ice cream truck. Everybody enjoyed each other’s company as well as delicious free ice cream.
CW hosted “In Our Own Voices,” presented by our local NAMI chapter (the National Alliance on Mental Illness). Ron and Joanne shared their personal stories and discussed the five stages every person goes through when dealing with a mental illness:
1. Introduction & Dark Days
4. Coping Skills
5. Success, hopes, dreams