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When students get back to campus this upcoming fall semester and work up an appetite after setting up their dorms and apartments, they’ll likely flock to the Williams Center for a bite. What they’ll find at the food court, though, will be a brand new, sleek and modernized dining facility.
The Collingwood Distinguished Lecture for Diversity was recently established at Fredonia as part of the Fredonia College Foundation’s Nurturing Innovation Campaign. A $250,000 gift from an anonymous Fredonia graduate will provide annual support for an honorarium to bring a nationally recognized speaker of diversity to campus each year.
Senior Monica A. Manney is one of 12 college journalists from across the U.S. selected to participate in a Diversity Fellowship Program, sponsored by Capitol Broadcasting and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Media and Journalism.
In Super Bowl jargon, it’s “one for the thumb” for Fredonia! That’s the number of times Fredonia students have scored real-world experience in the national sports industry through internships at the Super Bowl