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A Sage on Monteagle Ridge

A Reflection on the Life and Career of Dr. Thomas H. Morton The Buffalo environs and the Niagara Frontier are famous (some would say infamous) for their climate. However, with the arrival of September, there is no ...

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" Remembering Bro ... "

Brother Augustine Towey, C.M., Ph.D., also known as Denis with one “n,” Augustine, Augie, Gus, Gussie, Gussela, and Bro. Most people remember him as Bro. For me, he was “my” Bro, as he always signed notes or ...

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A True Niagaran

Dorothy Gould, M.S.Ed.’66, longtime chair of the English department at Niagara University, passed away on Nov. 16, 2012, at the age of 83. Dorothy loved life. We will miss her, her chats about her children and ...

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Working Together to Support Vincentians Worldwide

St. Vincent de Paul was an educator and an evangelist who dedicated his life in service to the poor. He was also an accomplished fundraiser. It is this aspect of St. Vincent’s charism that five Niagara University ...

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In Their Own Words

The two Vincentian Solidarity Office officials spearheading the efforts to raise funds for the Vincentian Endowment Challenge are Niagara alumni. Their journeys from Monteagle Ridge to the VSO differed, but their passion ...

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First Robert “Pepsi” Sinicola Memorial Scholarship Awarded

He was a charismatic Niagara University basketball star who had a smile and a kind word for everyone he met. But tragically, Robert “Pepsi” Sinicola died just 20 years after his graduation from NU, leaving behind a ...

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Engineering a Legacy

Michael P. Maloney entered Niagara University in the fall of 1963 because, frankly, he had nowhere else to go. The son of an engineer for the American Bell Telephone Company, Mike and his family moved every two to three ...

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