WBFO Radio Interviews Students From Medaille’s Campus Radio Station
Students from Medaille College’s student-run campus radio station, WMCB The Fuze, were recently interviewed on WBFO radio. Senior reporter Eileen Buckley spoke to the Medaille students about on-air rules in the wake of controversial comments made by student radio hosts at the University of Minnesota.
Medaille junior Stephanie Zawadzki, WMCB’s program director, explained to Buckley that the rules at Medaille are clear. “I tell them that there’s no foul language allowed,” she says. “No explicit music — no explicit talking.”
Faculty advisor Juli Hinds says the students learn that “this is an environment where people need to be professional — how they speak and what words they use.”
Medaille students Michael Donovan and Lucas Buckley also shared their thoughts in the story.
Retired Police Chief Holds Mock Homicide Investigation for Students Enrolled in Serial Killer CourseAssistant 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.
The Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creativity Panel was open to the entire campus community and aimed to celebrate faculty scholarship, mentor students on the research process, and promote the annual spring semester Student Research, Scholarship & Creativity Day.
The second phase of development at the Medaille Sports Complex, slated to be completed in summer 2020, will add a baseball diamond, three softball diamonds, four dugouts, two batting cages, press boxes, scoreboards, and a multipurpose field to the already robust site.
Biology students at Medaille will now have 10 acres of land in Amherst to use as a "living laboratory" to study ecology, thanks to a wetland donation made by Frank and Jeanette Levin.
Dr. Reichenberg Highlights Medaille’s Graduate Literacy Education Program at the New York State Reading Association ConferenceProgram Director for Literacy Education Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg spoke at the New York State Reading Association’s Annual Conference in Albany, New York, discussing how Medaille is implementing the International Literacy Association’s revised standards for the preparation of literacy professionals in the College’s M.S.Ed. in literacy program.
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