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Medaille hosted its 2022 Take Back the Night event on Tuesday, April 19. The annual event, along with a corresponding student-led TikTok video competition, brings the Medaille community together to raise awareness for sexual and domestic violence prevention, with cohesive efforts to promote social justice and develop solutions.
On April 6, students and representatives from Medaille gathered at Big Big Table to present a $1,500 donation to benefit Buffalo’s first nonprofit, pay-as-you can café. The donation comes after students from Medaille’s Say Yes to Education program led a campus-wide bottle and can drive for two months to benefit the cause of addressing food insecurity within the Buffalo community.
Medaille is excited to join the growing Erie County Anti-Stigma Coalition, an organization of local groups committed to ending the stigma surrounding mental health. As such, the College is asking students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends to take the Pledge to End Stigma.
For the health and safety of every student, faculty and staff member, Medaille College is taking the White House COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge pledge and is committing to action. As part of this national #COVIDCollegeChallenge, Medaille is issuing a social media challenge to all students, faculty and staff, who can participate, now through August 9, to be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift card.
The Restart Medaille plan continues to account for all areas of an on-campus college experience, from academics and athletics to residential living and dining services, while taking every possible precaution to ensure the health and safety of the campus community.
President Dr. Kenneth M. Macur provides a statement regarding the death of George Floyd, and lays out Medaille’s detailed plan for diversity, equity and inclusion at the College.
Life Well Learned, a podcast hosted and produced by multimedia personality and Medaille’s Director of Professional Enhancement Elizabeth “Liz” Mantel is a unique, leading-edge take on lifelong education and service to the community.
Assistant Professor of the Practice in Criminal Justice Brian Patterson tested his student's knowledge with a mock homicide investigation as part of his serial killer class during the fall 2019 semester.
Medaille Announces Second Phase Expansion of New Sports Complex
Join me, Nick LaMarca an adjunct instructor with the Clinical Mental Health Program, and a quarter of a million people from hundreds of cities across all 50 states to raise awareness and funds that will save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.