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Students to Unveil Multimedia Poster Presentations Inspired by Non-Profits

Medaille College freshmen will present their Community 101 projects, which are multimedia poster presentations inspired by the history, ecology, technology and urban landscape of the City of Buffalo this Friday.  

More than 350 students will be showcasing the work they did over their first semester to highlight their hands-on collaboration with significant groups in Buffalo, such as Forest Lawn Cemetery, Irish Classical Theatre, The Buffalo Zoo, PUSH Buffalo, Buffalo Central Terminal, Darwin D. Martin House, and Vive, Inc., which assists local refugees.

Community 101 is part of the larger Project EQUIP initiative, which connects Medaille students in learning community groups to their surrounding neighborhoods in Buffalo.

The public event will take place at Medaille’s Kevin I. Sullivan Center, 18 Agassiz Circle on Friday, December 7 at 2 PM.

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