One-of-a-Kind Event for Graduating Seniors and the Medaille Bug

April 27, 2011 Buffalo Campus

A group of students took part in a one-of-a-kind, and perhaps a once-in-a-lifetime, event on Wednesday, April 27. With a crowd of Medaille students, alumni, faculty, staff and media cheering them on, 19 seniors took less than ten minutes to “stuff” themselves inside the Medaille Bug, a 2000 Volkswagen New Beetle. Guinness World Records approved Medaille’s [...]

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Founders’ Day Awards Celebrate Community Service and Citizenship

April 18, 2011 Amherst Campus

Medaille College honored contributions to community service in Western New York with its annual Founders’ Day Celebration on Wednesday, April 13. A reception, dinner and awards ceremony took place at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Ann McCarthy, consumer affairs manager for Wegmans, delivered keynote remarks on service, based on her longtime efforts to [...]

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Scholars Program to Host Love Canal Community Forum on April 4

March 30, 2011 Academic Programs

Medaille’s Scholars Program is hosting a Love Canal Community Forum on Monday, April 4, from 7-9 p.m. in the Main Building Lecture Hall. This event marks another piece of the semester-long project in which this group of students has studied and evaluated the ethical decisions surrounding Love Canal.  Luella Kenny, a noted local speaker and [...]

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WNY Student Leadership Conference accepting proposals

January 21, 2011 Buffalo Campus

The WNY Student Leadership Conference is accepting workshop proposals for the event, scheduled for Saturday, April 2 at Medaille College’s Buffalo Campus. Organizers are looking for dynamic and engaging proposals that provide student leaders and students interested in leadership from across Western New York an opportunity to further develop their leadership skills. Preference will be given [...]

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Changes to Post 9/11 GI Bill are Official

January 7, 2011 Academic Programs

Earlier this month President Obama signed into legislation changes to the Post 9/11 GI Bill.  To see how these could affect veterans, click on the official news release here.  “The provisions set forth in the improved Post 9/11 GI Bill mean increased financial aid and services to veterans wishing to attend college and receive a higher [...]

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Support the Mavs at the Maverick Club Reception

January 6, 2011 Alumni News

Join us on January 22, 2011 when the Women’s (3:00 PM) and Men’s (5:00 PM) basketball teams take on Pitt-Greensburg. Receptions will be held at 3:45 PM and 5:45 PM and will take place on Medaille’s Buffalo Campus in the Sullivan Center. Drinks and food will be provided. … Not a member of the Maverick [...]

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Medaille Students Bring Holiday Cheer to Area Children

December 14, 2010 Buffalo Campus

On December 6, students from WCMB, Medaille College’s radio station, joined a group of Buffalo fire fighters to distribute toys to children undergoing treatment at Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo through Stone’s Buddies, a program that provides chronically young children and their families a network of support.  The Medaille students organized the effort, asking [...]

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Undergrad Students Present Com 101

December 10, 2010 Academic Programs

On Friday, December 10, the Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center at Medaille College was filled with over 350 first-year students as they presented the results of their community-based learning projects completed over their first semester at the college’s annual Community 101 Fair.  Displaying multimedia and poster presentations to faculty, staff, students and community representatives, the [...]

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Medaille Students Host Intercultural Communication Workshops on Buffalo’s West Side

December 7, 2010 Academic Programs

On November 29 and December 1, 2010, Medaille students facilitated two afternoon workshops in Intercultural Communication for participants in the Site-Based Mentoring Program of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County. The workshops were held at The Belle Center on Buffalo’s West Side, where dozens of big and little brothers and sisters of various ages, [...]

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Tree lighting ceremony featured in today’s Buffalo News

November 30, 2010 Alumni News

The Buffalo News captured a beautiful image of Medaille’s 5th annual tree lighting ceremony last night, where faculty, students and staff gathered to officially usher in the holiday season.  The Medaille community also contributed personalized ornaments to display. Click here for the Buffalo News Picture Page

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