April 2008

Athletes of the Week: April 28, 2008

April 29, 2008 Campus Life

In a week that saw the Lady Mavs claim their first ever AMCC regular season title Amanda Westling (So. – Dunkirk, NY) was incredible. As the ace of their pitching staff she posted a (4-1) record for the week. She struck out (25) batters while only walking (2). From the plate she came up with [...]

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Reading Clinic Receives Junior League Grant

April 29, 2008 Campus Life

The Medaille College Reading Clinic will receive a $1,000 grant from the Junior League of Buffalo. The funding will be applied towards books and hands-on materials that enhance reading acquisition and spelling skills. The clinic serves over 100 elementary school students each year, and is staffed by over 100 graduate students in the Literacy program. [...]

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Awards given at Accelerated Learning Program Reunion in Amherst

April 29, 2008 Alumni News

Five individuals received awards from Medaille College at the Amherst Accelerated Learning Program Reunion, held at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens on Friday, April 25: Darius Pridgen ’07 MOL, Dale Stephens ’99 BA, ’06 MOL, Barbara Yendall, Stephen Lelinski and Paul Hoffman.

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The Perspective to Launch INcite Magazine on May 1

April 25, 2008 Campus Life

On Thursday, May 1, 2008, Perspective Productions will be hosting a release party for its first-ever student-run magazine, INcite. The magazine was produced by students of the Perspective staff. The party will go from 5-7 p.m. and will be held at the Perspective Productions office, located at 73 Humboldt. Hors d’oeuvres will be served and [...]

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Perspective earns recognition from American Scholastic Press Association

April 23, 2008 Campus Life

The American Scholastic Press Association has designated The Medaille Perspective as a First Place with Special Merit Award winner. The annual review looks at both and design and content.

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Bigelow publishes "Love Is. . ." at Webyarns.com

April 23, 2008 Faculty News

Dr. Alan Bigelow, professor of humanities, has published a new story, “Love Is . . .”, at Webyarns.com. According to Bigelow, ‘”Love Is…’ is an attempt at a definition, and as with all definitions that try to explain what love is, precision is not possible, and perhaps not even desirable. This piece moves toward a [...]

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Medaille earns reaccreditation from American Veterinary Medical Association

April 23, 2008 Academic Programs

Medaille College has earned its reaccreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association. With the reaccreditation, students graduating from Medaille with a degree in Veterinary Technology continue to be eligible to sit for the national licensing exam.Medaille originally earned its full accreditation in 1995, and was reconfirmed in 2001. This accreditation is granted for six years [...]

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Athletes of the Week: April 21, 2008

April 22, 2008 Campus Life

In the final home game of her career, a 14-8 win over Tri-State University, Kim Coleman (Sr. – Syracuse, NY/Women’s Lacrosse) poured in a game-high six goals. She is the all-time leader in scoring at Medaille and she is once again pacing the Lady Mavs as they are now 5-3 on the year. In a [...]

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Prelude Release Party and Student Art Show on April 25

April 18, 2008 Campus Life

The Prelude Release Party will take place on Friday, April 25 from 4-7 p.m. in the President’s Dining Room in conjunction with the Student Art Show. The Prelude 2008 will be distributed to all who attend and those who were published this year will get to read their work. This year’s edition uses an entirely [...]

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Nunsense! production scheduled for April 24-25

April 18, 2008 Campus Life

The Medaille College Music and Drama Club will present Nunsense, a musical comedy by Dan Goggin, on Thursday, April 24 at 8 p.m., Friday, April 25 at 8 p.m., and two shows on Saturday, April 26, at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Main Campus. Tickets are $2 for students and children, $5 for [...]

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