Daemen College’s Class of 2017 graduating students from diverse backgrounds were honored at the institution’s inaugural multicultural graduation celebration held on May 2 in the Wick Campus Center Social Room.
Daemen faculty and staff came together to recognize graduates and… Read More »
Daemen College officials have announced the addition of men’s volleyball to teams sponsored by the institution for intercollegiate athletic competition. The official announcement was made at a press conference held on campus May 5 in the Lumsden Gymnasium, the future… Read More »
Jeanne Ryan graduated from Holy Angels Academy and went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in English from Daemen College (then Rosary Hill College). She then moved with her husband to New York City, where she had received a Regent’s… Read More »
The Daemen College Athletic Department shifted from the rigors of competition into celebration mode on Friday evening, as student-athletes, coaches and administrators took time to reflect on the 2016-17 season at the department’s annual awards banquet, dubbed the Daemen ESPY’s,… Read More »
As the top leader in U.S. collegiate sports, NCAA President Mark Emmert gave an insightful national perspective on how college athletics serves as a pathway to opportunity and lifelong success at a special lecture presented at Daemen College.
Addressing a… Read More »
The Buffalo News gave an excellent review of the Kavinoky Theatre’s production of “The Father
,” directed by Robert Waterhouse, associate professor of theater at Daemen College. The one-act play runs through May 14. … Read More »
Paula Witherell, director of institutional communications at Daemen College, has been named the 2016 Am-Pol Eagle Citizen of the Year for Media in recognition of her contributions to the Polish-American community.
She joined this year’s individuals and organizations honored in… Read More »