The Wall at Nyack College

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“I love The Wall because there’s a great view of the entire campus from there. When the sun hits the stone, it gets nice and warm making, it a great place to relax. It’s also a great place to hangout with friends because it’s in a very central area.” -Inez Montgomery

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“I love it there because the view is really pretty. When you’re chilling on The Wall, you can see the river, and people on the field, and watch the sports games. It’s one thing the athletic department has that other schools don’t. Also, it’s a little dangerous up there.” -Rebekah Williams

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“The Wall is a great spot because it’s close enough to the cafe that you can grab a sandwich and sit there and just enjoy the view.” -Tori Hummel

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“It honestly makes me feel nostalgic. And it’s really high up, which is fun.” -Kathryn Stoehr

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“I love watching sports games from there. It’s a perfect view of the field.” -Brian Lawrence

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“The Wall is a wonderful place to interact with my friends.  It provides a neat, natural environment where I can enjoy watching nature and other students. Also, its central location is ideal for meeting up with people.” -Rachel Kunker

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Jennifer Cook

About Jennifer Cook

I am a senior at Nyack College Rockland campus. I love reading, writing, and making music. My major is Business with a concentration in Marketing. I'm unsure whether I want to pursue a career in non-profit, big business, or Washington D.C., but I know without a doubt that my God will guide me to exactly where He wants me. Connect with Jennifer on Google+
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2 Responses to The Wall at Nyack College

  1. Jen says:

    I grew up on the Nyack Campus in the 80’s. A bunch of us used to run up the wall from the elementary school bus stop at S Highland & Highland to Jaffray Hall, where many of us were babysat by seminarians’ wives. On warm days, we’d occasionally have to jump over snakes. Good times!

    Hey, you don’t happen to have a picture of Rockwood Cottage – the big yellow (at least it was when we lived there) Victorian house next to Christie Hall, do you? Been looking for pictures online, but haven’t found any…

    Thank you for the walk down memory lane!

    • Nyack Christian Higher EducationNyack Christian Higher Education says:

      Hi Jen! It’s so great that you shared these memories with us! Thank you. We’ll hunt down some Rockwood Cottage photos and post if we can!

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