Category:
Date:
  • Family and Friends Weekend to Raise Money for Charities

    10-22-2014 - 

    DYC welcomes students, family and friends to campus this weekend (Oct 24-25) with Family and Friends Weekend activities.

    Read the story
  • Future Public Health & Health Analytics graduates will fill national shortage

    10-16-2014 - 

    The Buffalo News reports that D'Youville is introducing new healthcare programs in fields with growing demand.

    Read the story
  • DYC Honors Paul Hageman by Naming Chiropractic Clinic After Him

    10-09-2014 - 

    Hageman, a professor of nursing, played a vital role in developing the DYC chiropractic program.

    Read the story
  • DYC Chemistry Professor Recognized for Spin Crossover Research

    10-06-2014 - 

    Dr. Margaret A. Goodman has recently received international recognition from the noted journal Inorganic Chimica Acta.

    Read the story
  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Expert to Speak on Campus

    10-06-2014 - 

    Karl Shallowhorn of the Mental Health Association of Erie County and Compeer of Greater Buffalo will speak at 3:00pm on October 6.

    Read the story
  • D'Youville gains entry to START-UP NY

    09-28-2014 - 

    The statewide program establishes tax-free zones to draw new jobs and companies to colleges and universities

    Read the story
  • D'Youville Debuts $5.5 million Athletic Field Complex

    09-28-2014 - 

    The field is now home to men’s and women’s soccer, softball and eventually lacrosse.

    Read the story
  • Symposium to celebrate 10th Anniversity of DYC Chiropractic

    09-26-2014 - 

    The September 26 -28 event features presentations by over 20 nationally prominent chiropractors

    Read the story
  • DYC Pharmacy to Collect Unwanted Medications at National "Take-Back" Day

    09-26-2014 - 

    15 Area drop-off locations will be available on Saturday, September 27

    Read the story
  • Educational Leadership Professor's Book Focuses on Underprivileged School Children

    09-24-2014 - 

    Julia Hall, PhD is editor of a recently released book about children in low-income communities

    Read the story

D'Youville Events

  • Extreme Interning in the Great Outdoors

    Posted by Bridget on October 29, 2014

    The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic (HCC) 2014 was a volunteer opportunity that has enriched my internship experience in Australia. The HCC is a long distance 111km river race. It started inland from Sydney where there are a lot of farms and … Continue reading

  • Fall Foliage in Western New York! Visiting the Grand Canyon of the East

    Posted by MaryKate on October 29, 2014

    It’s easy to miss fall in Buffalo; you are getting settled in your dorm, studying for the first tests of the semester, or maybe just putting together a unique Halloween costume. Don’t worry! With daylight savings time giving you an … Continue reading

  • The Queen City Paranormal

    Posted by Kristen on October 27, 2014

    Right. So we all love Halloween…..the costumes, the candy, all the horror movies, and the haunted houses. Well, maybe you do. Don’t get me wrong: I love eating Butterfingers until my teeth stick together, and dressing up is great, but … Continue reading

  • What is the International Fiesta & Why You Should Care

    Posted by Amy on October 27, 2014

    What is the International Fiesta, you ask? The International Fiesta is the birth child of amazing food, interesting worldly facts and freebies (the traditional student’s favourite). It is held annually on November 20th during International Education Week.  It is one … Continue reading

  • The ABC’s of HCOP

    Posted by Chris on October 08, 2014

    I’m a student in the HCOP program at D’Youville. What is HCOP? It stands for Health Careers Opportunity Program and it’s a federally-funded outreach and academic support program for high school and current D’Youville college students interested in careers in healthcare. If you’re … Continue reading

  • The Women on the Water: The DYC Crew Team

    Posted by Kristen on October 06, 2014

    One of D’Youville College’s (unintentionally) best-kept secrets is the Women’s Rowing team. Rowing, or Crew as it is also called, is a relatively popular collegiate-level sport, although much of the college community doesn’t realize what a great activity it is … Continue reading

  • Cooking 101: 5 Tips for Cooking on Your Own

    Posted by Amy on October 06, 2014

    Whether you are a freshman or a transfer student at D’Youville, if this is your first time living on your own, there will be plenty of things that you are unfamiliar with. One dimension that most of us really struggle … Continue reading

  • Study Abroad in Sydney : A Whirlwind Adventure

    Posted by Bridget on October 01, 2014

    After finally getting to Sydney, Australia, I’ve realized that all of the preparations for study abroad and the hours of working were worth it.  Chicago was experiencing some trouble the day I was supposed to fly out, so my flight … Continue reading

  • 10 Things I Wish I Knew As a Freshman

    Posted by Kristen on September 23, 2014

    Welcome back to DYC everyone! By now, I hope you’ve adjusted to being in school again, and taken notice to all of the improvements to campus over the summer. It all looks great! As a new freshman class once again … Continue reading

  • 2 Minutes with Professor Seidman

    Posted by Chris on September 16, 2014

    Professor Derek Seidman is the new man on campus. Okay, so this is really his third semester, but he still has that new professor smell. I had the chance to interview Professor Seidman last spring. During the interview we cover … Continue reading

  • Women Can't Grasp First Win, One Game Remains In Season

    Women Can't Grasp First Win, One Game Remains In Season

    October 29, 2014Read the story
  • Women Snap Losing Streak, Clinch Playoff Birth

    Women Snap Losing Streak, Clinch Playoff Birth

    October 28, 2014Read the story
  • D'Youville Men On Their Way to Playoffs

    D'Youville Men On Their Way to Playoffs

    October 28, 2014Read the story
  • Spartans Can't Right Ship, Lose Fifth In A Row

    Spartans Can't Right Ship, Lose Fifth In A Row

    October 25, 2014Read the story
  • Women's Volleyball Falls In Close Game to Mt. Aloysius

    Women's Volleyball Falls In Close Game to Mt. Aloysius

    October 25, 2014Read the story
  • Men's Soccer Loses Close Game to Franciscan

    Men's Soccer Loses Close Game to Franciscan

    October 25, 2014Read the story
  • Women's Soccer Loses Their Fourth Straight

    Women's Soccer Loses Their Fourth Straight

    October 22, 2014Read the story
  • Men's Soccer Unbeaten Streak Stops At the Feet of the Lions

    Men's Soccer Unbeaten Streak Stops At the Feet of the Lions

    October 22, 2014Read the story
  • Matthews Earns AMCC Honors For Second Straight Week

    Matthews Earns AMCC Honors For Second Straight Week

    October 21, 2014Read the story
  • Conference Losing Streak Continues as Women's Volleyball Falls to Hilbert

    Conference Losing Streak Continues as Women's Volleyball Falls to Hilbert

    October 21, 2014Read the story
Back To Top
©