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Buffalo City Mission Highlights Medaille Students’ Work as ‘Community Changers’ next
Students in Medaille’s “Children's Literature” course (ENG 375) recently visited the Buffalo City Mission to donate new reading materials to the after-school program and read to the children. As part of a semester-long Community-Based Learning Project, the students worked with assistant professor Dr. Alice Villaseñor (Division of Humanities) and Library Director Andy Yeager to research age-appropriate books to add to the materials used by LEAP (Literacy Enrichment Afterschool Program).
The Buffalo City Mission website called the Medaille students “Community Changers," explaining that “[e]ach student had the opportunity to present us with a piece of literature of her choosing and the reason she chose it. It was an inspiration. We are so thankful for nearly 25 new books to our collection for the kids!”
Photos are courtesy of associate professor Courtney Grim, who documented the recent visit for Project EQUIP.
Students from Medaille's student-run campus radio station, WMCB The Fuze, were recently interviewed on WBFO radio.
Enjoy highlights from Medaille’s Program of the Month focus on students, faculty and alumni from the College's English program.
English program alumna Sarah Kinne ’14 currently works as a teaching assistant at the Northeastern University School of Law, in addition to being a staff assistant specialist for the Office for Scholarly Communication at Harvard University Libraries.
Medaille senior Rodshaleek Pino discusses why she chose English as her major, and how it has prepared her for the future.
Medaille senior Arria Copeland discusses what she loves about the English program, and the Medaille experience.