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First Annual #MedaillePride Awards Social Honors Alumni and Others on College Colors Day

Alumni, faculty, staff, nominees and guests gathered at the inaugural #MedaillePride Awards Social on September 13. This event, which was held on Medaille’s second annual celebration of College Colors Day, served to recognize distinguished alumni, as well as those who go above and beyond to make significant contributions to the Medaille community.

Founders Day 2017 Exceeds Goal in Support of Student Opportunities

Medaille College’s Founders Day 2017 Celebration, presented by Delaware North and Phillips Lytle LLP, was held at Hotel Henry Urban Resort Conference Center inside the newly renovated and historic Richardson Olmsted Complex on June 1. Thanks to the generosity of corporate partners, as well as loyal and new supporters, Founders Day 2017 surpassed its goal to the benefit of even more hard-working and deserving students.

Group Co-founded by Medaille Professor to Hold Interfaith Consecration at Broderick Park

The Buffalo Quarters Historical Society, a community-based organization cofounded by Medaille College professor Dr. Virginia A. Batchelor, will hold an interfaith consecration and time capsule celebration at Broderick Park on June 3. The event starts at 4 p.m. at the park, located at the foot of Ferry Street in Buffalo.

Panel Discusses Buffalo’s New Economy and Workforce Needs at Buffalo’s Future Event

A panel of experts in workforce development discussed Buffalo’s new economy and the demand for a skilled workforce at a conversation at Medaille College on May 11. The latest event in Medaille’s Buffalo’s Future series featured Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology CEO Amber Dixon; Buffalo Niagara Partnership Senior Director Jeff Conrad, Sr.; Workforce Investment Board Executive Director Heather Gresham; and Zehnder-Rittling CEO Scott Pallotta. The discussion was held in Medaille’s Main Building Lecture Hall on the College’s Buffalo campus.

Medaille College Celebrates Another Year of Science in Bloom

This past Friday, Medaille College students, faculty and staff came together with students and families from the Valley Community Center to celebrate yet another year of Science in Bloom.

Smiling Faces and Glorious Sunshine at MavFest 2017

A large crowd of students, faculty, staff, family and friends enjoyed MavFest 2017 at Medaille’s Buffalo campus on April 26. The annual College tradition featured rides, giveaways, food, games and a few surprises. The event also saw the unveiling of a new look for the Medaille Maverick mascot, Maximus. MavFest is sponsored by the Medaille Student Activities Board.


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