CW News

The Good Flavor of Victory

Monday, June 25, 2018
Naika Sant Preux, Graduate Speaker

College graduation is a bittersweet moment in the life of a young adult. The excitement of embarking on a new adventure as a working professional is tempered by the sadness of parting ways with friends and, faculty, and staff who won’t soon be forgotten. But for Naika Saint Preux, her college degree has only one flavor, the good flavor of victory, “CW treated me like family since the first visit and they never stopped believing in me.

Students Accepted into Prestigious i3 Program

Thursday, June 21, 2018
i3 Scholars

CW Students Amy Castillo, Naika Saint Preux, and Desiree Scretching were selected to participate in the i3 Scholar Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences. The undergraduate program, supported in part by the Andrew W.

The MOMentum that took 42 years to generate

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Marie Russo Student Speaker 102nd Commencement Ceremony

Being a mom is supposed to be all sunshine, rainbows, and gifts, but it certainly wasn’t the case for Marie Russo over four decades ago, “I was forced to leave high school due to my pregnancy. I was given up on, thrown away, told I had ruined my life and would never amount to anything.”

Students of the Semester

Friday, June 8, 2018
Winter Day College Students of the Semester

Left in Photo: Joseph Gonzalez
Right in Photo: Abraham Lamboy

Congratulations to our Winter 2018 Students of the Semester, Joseph Gonzalez and Abraham Lamboy!

An Amazing Experience!

Friday, June 8, 2018
Clemson Students

CW Students Joseph Gonzalez, Garwayne McGregor, and David Rivas recently participated at Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism in South Carolina to learn about what capitalism and morality are, and how to effectively fight for them.

It’s the Start of Spring at CW!

Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Day College Spring Orientation

Today we welcomed our new students with orientation!  Day College Students were greeted by Dr. Warren Rosenberg, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, “while some of you may be nervous, may be questioning your ability to do this, I know that none of you consider yourselves to be quitters, failures or losers. So let’s commit to each other that you want to successfully complete your studies here and earn your CW degree.