Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga California

Movin’ On

Nov 8th, 2009

Josh Meier is now officially the most popular kid in school. His goal in the 79th minute led Medaille past Penn St. Behrend to win the AMCC Championship. It’s the Mav’s fourth conference championship in the last five years. The win solidified …

Renowned author visits campus

Nov 8th, 2009

Medaille hosted Sarah Vowell, author of four bestselling books, including The Wordy Shipmates, on November 4. The event included a book signing and a question and answer session with Vowell. Her book, The Wordy Shipmates, was assigned as summer reading fo…

Parking lot amasses trash

Nov 8th, 2009

Every morning at around seven several maintenance men sweep the parking lot to pick up garbage. They usually spend an entire hour, sometimes a little more, picking up trash people threw out of their cars. “There is a significant increase of garbage …

Students from far and wide call Medaille home

Nov 8th, 2009

Medaille often boasts its small classes, internships, specialized programs, and academic resources to Buffalo and surrounding areas. However, one of the things Medaille isn’t as known for is extending its reach past neighboring cities. The majority …

Pick Your Brain: a Q&A with Nick Calandra

Nov 8th, 2009

Nick Calandra, a junior business major and Assistant Photo Editor for the Perspective, is this year’s Student Government Association President. In this edition’s question and answer session, he shared his thoughts with us on everything from st…

Students receive recognition

Nov 8th, 2009

On Friday, October 16, Medaille College’s 2009 Honors Convocation was held in the Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center as part of Family Weekend. The event provided an opportunity for the college to recognize students for their academic achievements and …

SGA spending raises questions about money

Nov 8th, 2009

At Medaille College, it is important for all the clubs to not only make money, but also to spend it wisely. In particular, this is important for the Student Government Association, as the way it spends its money often affects and even benefits other clubs…

Making Buffalo a better place… one house at a time

Nov 8th, 2009

The class of 2012 in the True Blue and Gold program is making a difference in the community this year by rebuilding a house in the west end of Buffalo for a resident and his family. The house selected for this project was abandoned and taken over by drug …

China collaboration will help global image

Nov 8th, 2009

Paula Valente began her job as the Head of College Relations on June 1, 2009. In September, she traveled to China and she feels that the recent partnership Medaille has established with several overseas universities will benefit the college. Q: When did y…

Reaching across CULTURES

Nov 8th, 2009

Medaille College is continuing its efforts to create a presence overseas. On the morning of Tuesday, October 20, Medaille officially signed on to collaborate with Dalian Maritime University in China to develop and provide a dual-degree program to DMU stud…

AMCC title hopes extinguished

Nov 6th, 2009

The Lady Mavs hopes for winning the AMCC Championship ended Saturday with a loss to Pitt-Bradford. Despite outshooting and outplaying the Panthers, the Mavs couldn’t score a goal and were upset 1-0. Finishing third in the conference with a 9-8-2 rec…

Lady Mavs set record for wins

Nov 6th, 2009

The Lady Mavs, coached by Jake Beiter, saw the 2009 regular season shape up to be the best in program history. They finished 19-10 overall, with a 6-4 conference record. The team has missed the playoffs for the past couple years with only fifteen wins the…

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