Free for Medaille Employees: Upcoming BN360 Virtual Events

Medaille College is a member of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership regional chamber of commerce and a member of BN360, a program of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership dedicated to Buffalo Niagara’s young professionals. Full-time or part-time Medaille employees (faculty, staff and adjunct professors) ages 21-40 may attend most BN360 events for free by using the promo […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

Medaille Summer Theater is ONLINE in July!

Now in its eighth year of supporting the creativity of middle and high school students, Medaille Summer Theatre (MST) will transition to an ONLINE PROGRAM in July 2020. The annual three-week program empowers young actors and writers (ages 12 to 17) to create and produce their own original, world-premiere comedies, dramas, and musicals… but this […]

Posted by: Jon Elston

Express Yourself

Expressing what is on your mind through art is a therapeutic and creative way of de-stressing, meditating or working through whatever is on your mind. Do you have art that you would like to share? Maybe your art can spark creativity in someone else! Submit to by June 3, and please include a description […]

Posted by: TRiO SSS/Kristin Sexstone

Dr. Alice Villaseñor’s Review of Autumn de Wilde’s Emma (2020)

Several of you have been kind enough to ask me, “What did you think of the new Emma film adaption?” My answer is on the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies website. Read it here. Posted By: Alice Villaseñor

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

New York State Emotional Helpline

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, New York State has created an  emotional support helpline that is now available to the public. They have trained professionals who are able to listen, validate, encourage and link you to services. This has been such a difficult couple of months. If you are struggling, need a referral or […]

Posted by: Rosalina Rizzo, LCSW-R

WNY Virtual Career & Internship Fair

Medaille’s Career Planning Office, along with other local colleges and universities, is hosting a Virtual Job and Internship Fair on May 22 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. We know your conversations with students and alumni are still occurring. We hope you will suggest this event as part of your dialog with those concerned about […]

Posted by: Career Planning

Prelude 2020 Is Live!

Please take some time to enjoy what students in ENG 330: Prelude Practicum, and members of Medaille’s Prelude Club, have produced this year: It is their gift to the entire Medaille community at a time when we need it most. They deserve so much gratitude and admiration for their hard work. Please reach out […]

Posted by: Kyle James Shrader

Video Messages to 2020 Graduates

The situation resulting from the pandemic has changed everyone’s lives, and this is especially true for seniors. While our 2020 graduates don’t get to walk across the stage this May or experience other on-campus senior traditions, we still want to honor the completion of their college degree and celebrate this landmark in their lives. Alumni […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of College Relations

Life Lessons With Goo Goo Dolls’ Robby Takac ’86

Goo Goo Dolls star and Medaille College media communication alum Robby Takac ’86 recently spoke with Life Well Learned about his journey to success and the sharable lessons he has garnered along the way. Listen to the recent episode to hear him speak about his Western New York roots, what his education meant to him […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of College Relations

Virtual Take Back the Night Global Event

Each year, the Medaille community looks forward to raising sexual assault awareness through participation in Take Back the Night. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, this was not possible this year. However, there is an opportunity for us to participate in the virtual Global Take Back the Night 2020. This event is sponsored by the Take […]

Posted by: Rosalina Rizzo, LCSW-R