Niagara University students talk about why they enjoy participating on the Campus Programming Board (CPB). Reasons range from making new friends and building resumes to, well, having a lot of fun!
Video produced by Molliann Zahm, ’13.
Located on the second floor of Niagara University’s library, the Dr. Rita N. Moretti Teachers’ Studio provides a place for students, especially education majors, to get together to study.
The studio contains a large quantity of materials for future teachers, including textbooks, manuals, worksheets, videos, a SMART board, book binding machine, McGraw-Hill lesson kits, and more.
While the studio is geared toward education majors, all Niagara University students are welcome to use it.
Niagara University junior John Curtin makes a presentation on bullying to more than 200 students in grades 6-9.
In observance of Christmas break, here is a segment from Lessons and Carols, a reflective evening of Scripture, song and prayer that was offered Friday, Dec. 9, 2011, by Niagara University’s Office of Campus Ministry.