November 2007

Winter Campus Closing Procedures

November 30, 2007 Campus Announcements

In the event of the College closing due to snow or road conditions, tune into the following media outlets for specific closing information. Classes will close independently for day, evening and weekend classes, and for the Amherst campus, Rochester campus and Canadian Education programs. In addition to announcements made in the media, you may call [...]

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Music and Drama Club to Perform Rumpelstiltskin

November 29, 2007 Campus Life

Medaille’s Music and Drama Club’s production of the classic fairy tale Rumpelstiltskin will take place on December 7 at 7 p.m., with a matinée to follow on December 8 at 2 p.m. Performances will take place in the Medaille College Lecture Hall, and the show is free and open to the public. The show is [...]

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Medaille Collects Donations for Buffalo City Mission

November 28, 2007 Campus Life

WMCB, Medaille College’s campus radio station, and the Medaille community have embraced the spirit of the holiday season by contributing over 50 bags and boxes of clothing, bedding, blankets and shoes to the Buffalo City Mission. On Wednesday, December 5 at 12:30 p.m., students from WMCB will load vehicles at Medaille’s Main Campus at Parkside [...]

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13th Annual Reindeer Run to Take Place on December 1

November 28, 2007 Campus Life

The thirteenth annual Reindeer Run will take place on December 1, 2007. The race will begin at Medaille College at 10 a.m., and will conclude with a post-race party in the Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center. Runners of all ages are welcome The event is sanctioned USAT&F Certified, and all proceeds will benefit Medaille College [...]

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The Sport Management Assist Team Presents a Night with Buffalo's Sports Experts

November 26, 2007 Campus Life

On Tuesday, November 27, the Sport Management Assist Team presents A Sports Forum: A Night with Buffalo’s Sports Experts. This event will take place in the Main Building’s Lecture Hall from 7:30-9 p.m. Special guests include Jerry Sullivan (Buffalo News), John Murphy (the voice of the Bills), Chris “Bulldog” Parker (WGR) and Bucky Gleason (Buffalo [...]

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Medaille College Library Extends End-of-Semester Hours

November 26, 2007 Campus Announcements

The Medaille College Library will be open until midnight from Monday, December 3 through Thursday, December 6. On the days following December 6, if students are using the library, the Medaille librarians will keep it open past closing hours. Based on observations from previous years, the days prior to exam week are the busiest days [...]

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Athletes of the Week – November 19, 2007

November 19, 2007 Campus Life

Amanda Baker (Sr. – Lyons, NY/Women’s Basketball) had a huge game as she had game highs with 21 points to go along with 16 boards in a hard fought 74-68 loss to William Smith College. James McNeil (Sr. – Erie, PA/Men’s Basketball) led the Mavs to a season opening win as he registered team highs [...]

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Paquin to Present "A Craft Lecture"

November 19, 2007 Faculty News

Ethan Paquin’s presentation, “A Craft Lecture,” scheduled for Monday, November 19, has been postponed. This event is part of the College Colloquium series. Paquin will discuss current issues related to American poetry, and give critical and intellectual insight on the craft of poetry. Paquin, assistant professor of English, is the author of several poetry books, [...]

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Bauman ‘08 Honored at Provider Recovery Award Dinner

November 16, 2007 Student Achievement

Michele Bauman, a graduate student in the mental health counseling program at Medaille College, was honored with a Provider Recovery Award on Thursday, November 15 at the fourth annual Provider Recovery Award Dinner at Chef’s Restaurant. This event honored providers from the Buffalo Psychiatric Center and community agencies. Nominations were accepted from recipients, who were [...]

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Isaia to Present on Intermediate Asymptotic Behavior, Self-Similarity and Renormalization Group

November 16, 2007 Faculty News

Dr. Vincenzo Isaia, assistant professor of mathematics and sciences, will present “Intermediate Asymptotic Behavior, Self-Similarity and the Renormalization Group” on Friday, December 7 at 3 p.m. in the Main Building, Room 200. Renormalization Group (RG) is a tool used by scientists in theoretical physics to analyze physical changes at different scales. According to Dr. Isaia, [...]

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