Nazareth breaks ground on the new Jane and Laurence Glazer Music Performance Center, scheduled to open in 2018.
Answers to all the Naz questions the brochures didn't cover.
Caitlin Jones '09 matches talent to TV, film, stage, and commercials.
Moudi Hubeishy '14 has expanded his medical school studies to the homeless of Buffalo.
Nazareth's performance-based music program is widely accessible, and a new music center will expand its reach.
Help with determining, preparing for, and pursuing your life's work are woven into your years at Naz.
Shaina Louis '18 dreamed of helping women in Haiti, where she grew up. Nazareth is helping that dream come true.
Nazareth's Young Scholars program challenges and supports high-achieving students from urban schools.
“I want to have an impact,” says Marcus Moles '17, a business management major who’s getting a minor in finance. “I want to revolutionize something in the world.”
Alums share tips with today's students.
Hydrofracking has created an ecological problem. Stephen Tajc, Ph.D., may have the answer.
Winners of the 2015 Study Abroad Photo Contest.
Dr. Thomas Caprio '96 concentrates his medical practice on person-centered care.
Nazareth unveils the newly named York Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute.
Students competed to compose an ad for national carmaker Elio.
Julia Madore '17 interned at the Fenimore Art Museum.
Joe Christian '15 interned at Zappos headquarters in Las Vegas and was quickly hired by Paychex.
The Center for International Education announces the winners of its annual student photo competition.
Explore the many faces and facets of diversity at Nazareth.
Architect Mark Maddalina '87 makes his mark on the Nazareth campus.
The popularity of collegiate singing groups soars at Nazareth.
Nazareth's team of student bloggers share why they love living and learning in Rochester, N.Y.
HIV research gives Moudi Hubeishy '14 a chance to think beyond textbooks.
Future teachers, health care workers, and scientists can start their training in Peckham Hall.
Glo Gambino '13 and Katie Ganem '13 are acting, directing, writing, and striving for Broadway.
Alumna Kayla Gibson Cannon '05 makes her mark on the world of law.
Center for International Education announces winners of its annual student photo competition.
Lauren McLaughlin '10 embarks on an expedition with Alexandra Cousteau.
An English literature course explores the fictional "criminal mind" with real-life inmates.
An interview with former NBA coach and ESPN/ABC analyst Jeff Van Gundy '85.
Nazareth College helps Veteran-students transition from military to academic life.
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