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  • Class of 2015 Invited to Sign Banner

    03-26-2015 - 

    Graduating students will have the opportunity to sign the class banner at several events on campus in early April.

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  • DYC Now Offers Online Continuing Education Courses

    03-26-2015 - 

    Clinical Medical Assistant and Medical Billing & Coding, among the new online course offerings by the Center for Professional Studies.

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  • Biology Student Receives D'Youville Medal

    03-24-2015 - 

    Joseph Colasuonno, a senior biology student and member of the Class of 2015, received DYC's highest student honor at the 56th Honors Convocation.

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  • Sister Mary Finnick '60 to Speak about Haiti on Feb 23

    02-20-2015 - 

    She will discuss the work of the SOIL Program (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods), the largest waste treatment operation in the country.

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  • DYC Alumna Receives Nation's Highest Award for Inventors

    12-02-2014 - 

    President Obama honored Edith Flanigen,'50, with a National Medal of Technology and Innovation for her work in chemistry.

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D'Youville Events

  • Freshman Q&A: What Students Really Want to Know

    April 23, 2015

    Posted by Guest Blogger

    At this point college brochures are getting a little old. They all have the same facts and don’t really answer the questions students have. These are questions asked by students like you and me upon choosing a college. I have … Continue reading

  • In Celebration: The Physical Therapy Inaugural White Coat Ceremony

    April 20, 2015

    Posted by MaryKate

    If you were around campus last Friday night, you may have noticed several people milling around dressed up, carrying a white coat under their arm and heading into Holy Angels Church across from the library. They were getting ready for … Continue reading

  • Food Truck Tuesdays Return to Larkin!

    April 20, 2015

    Posted by Kristen

    For those of you with summer classes, or those of you who want to “celebrate” the beginning of exams, a very popular event is coming back to town, and you won’t want to miss it. A couple of years ago, … Continue reading

  • A Year in the Life of an OT Student

    April 14, 2015

    Posted by MaryKate

    One of the unique things about D’Youville as you may know is that we have so many different Health Professional programs on campus to choose from. Starting this year, many of us will have an opportunity to collaborate together during … Continue reading

  • Spring Seasonals

    April 14, 2015

    Posted by Rosanna

    Sure it might be rainy these days, but mid-April often reminds me of the excitement that is to come: outdoor jazz concerts, farmer’s markets, community events, and side-walk sales! Oh, and daffodils, let’s not forget about daffodils. Sure it’s not … Continue reading

  • Great New Eats: The AVB

    April 07, 2015

    Posted by Kristen

    Move over Cantina Loco…Allentown has a new hot hangout spot. Allen Burger Venture is the latest restaurant to be added to the list of fantastic Allentown eateries, all of which satisfy something different for the Buffalo foodie. After seeing the … Continue reading

  • Dyngus Day?

    March 31, 2015

    Posted by Amy

    Have you heard of Dyngus Day? Quite frankly, I learned about it a few years ago when it made Anderson Cooper’s Ridiculist.  In an attempt to learn about the culture that is Buffalo, I checked it out one faithful spring … Continue reading

  • Ice Wonders: Exploring Western and Central New York

    March 31, 2015

    Posted by MaryKate

    It’s nearly April and lets face it, it’s still freezing out. The brief stroll from the library to DAC leaves you shivering from head to toe. You touch the door with your hands and the metal is so cold your … Continue reading

  • Dyngus Day: A Buffalo Tradition

    March 30, 2015

    Posted by Kristen

    The Monday after Easter, commonly known to those of Polish heritage as Dyngus Day, is very much alive and well in Buffalo, New York. Buffalo is home to one of the largest Polish populations in the country, and is known … Continue reading

  • So Hungry I Could Eat a Horse

    March 30, 2015

    Posted by Rosanna

    Ever had a moment where you were diligently working on something and then all of a sudden your brain gets hit with a Mack truck: butter chicken. You open Google and search up the closest Indian restaurant that has delivery. … Continue reading

  • AMCC Game of the Week: Penn State-Altoona vs D'Youville

    AMCC Game of the Week: Penn State-Altoona vs D'Youville

    April 23, 2015Read the story
  • D'Youville Loses to Rochester In Nine Innings

    D'Youville Loses to Rochester In Nine Innings

    April 23, 2015Read the story
  • Softball Keep Win Streak Alive; Head Into Weekend Atop the Conference: Part 1

    Softball Keep Win Streak Alive; Head Into Weekend Atop the Conference: Part 1

    April 22, 2015Read the story
  • Softball Keep Win Streak Alive; Head Into Weekend Atop the Conference: Part 2

    Softball Keep Win Streak Alive; Head Into Weekend Atop the Conference: Part 2

    April 22, 2015Read the story
  • McHenry Wins AMCC Pitcher of the Week For Third Time In Four Weeks

    McHenry Wins AMCC Pitcher of the Week For Third Time In Four Weeks

    April 21, 2015Read the story
  • Baseball Falls In Doubleheader to Panthers

    Baseball Falls In Doubleheader to Panthers

    April 21, 2015Read the story
  • D'Youville Rowers Complete Second Outing of Spring

    April 19, 2015Read the story
  • Spartans Sweep Second Straight Weekend; Winners of Five In-A-Row: Part 2

    Spartans Sweep Second Straight Weekend; Winners of Five In-A-Row: Part 2

    April 19, 2015Read the story
  • Spartans Sweep Second Straight Weekend; Winners of Five In-A-Row: Part 1

    Spartans Sweep Second Straight Weekend; Winners of Five In-A-Row: Part 1

    April 19, 2015Read the story
  • Softball Takes Over Top Spot In AMCC With Wins Over Mounties: Part 2

    Softball Takes Over Top Spot In AMCC With Wins Over Mounties: Part 2

    April 18, 2015Read the story
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