Don’t let all the shoveling fool you; spring semester classes start tomorrow. Maximus can’t wait to welcome our students back! #MavsLife
Do you love watching @netflix? Be part of an online study doing what you love. Learn more and participate in the research study being conducted by Medaille Professor Dr. Todd Riniolo and Assistant Professor Dr. Lesley Capuana by visiting medaille.edu/netflixstudy.
Remember that #freakinAMAZING time Dua Lipa (@dualipa) gave an exclusive performance on our campus?! We were honored to have her as our guest in September 2017, thanks to our friends at @kiss985. #TBT #MavsLife 🎤 🎶 🤩
Buffalo's College is embracing #BuffaLove by celebrating our city's rich history on January 31. Join Executive Director of the @buffalohistorymuseum Melissa Brown and Erie County Historian Doug Kohler, along with other local experts, for Buffalo's Future: Becoming the 8th Largest City. Register now to secure your spot for this fun, fact-filled evening at medaille.edu/buffalopast2019. *This event is free and open to everyone in the community, so share away!
Undergrad students, are you ready for the spring semester? Spring classes start one week from today. You can view your detailed class schedule at one.medaille.edu. We can’t wait to welcome you back to campus! 📚📒💻🤓
#MedailleCongrats communication program graduate Taisha St Jean ’16 (@taishast) on being crowned Miss Buffalo at the Miss Buffalo Scholarship Competition (@missbuffaloscholarship), held on January 12. St Jean will go on to compete in the 2019 Miss New York Competition (@missnewyorkmao) this summer. Good luck to our #MedailleAlum!
Congrats to our @medaillemavericks men’s basketball team (@medaillembb) on winning the Buffalo Cup matchup vs. D'Youville College earlier this week. Read all about it at medaillesports.com. Your Mavs are back in action tomorrow night vs. Pitt-Greensburg. #HorsePower 🐴🏀
Medaille’s First-Year Experience (FYE) Program offered a Power of You leadership series to students during the fall 2018 semester, and nine freshmen earned leadership certificates by participating in at least five of the eight sessions led by facilitator Tamara McMillan and coordinated by FYE Program Director Dr. James Ramsey. The Power of You series, which is geared toward first-year students, provides scholars with experiential learning opportunities, community building and leadership opportunities. The series will return this spring!
Class of 2022, can you spot yourself in the annual freshmen “M” photo that was taken in August 2018? 👀 (Photo by @tludwigphoto.) #MavsLife #MedaillePride