Art education major Mythra Saidian ’14 captured her fellow Nazareth students’ experiences as they embarked on their study abroad internships.
On March 27, author Luis Alberto Urrea visits Nazareth College to discuss his national best-seller, Into the Beautiful North.
Nazareth College has been awarded the highest honor a college can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.
Nazareth inducts its first members of the new Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society on March 22.
U.S. News & World Report cites Nazareth College in the Best Regional Universities category (North) for 2013.
What's it really like to be a student at Nazareth College? These Golden Flyers are blogging all about it.
A visit to America, and to Nazareth College, inspired Zubah Yennego, Jr. to work for change in his home country of Liberia.
An HIV research project gives biochemistry major Moudi Hubeishy '14 a chance to think beyond textbooks and solve real-world problems.
Journalist Priyanka Borpujari shares her views on human rights and the changing face of India.
Professor William Hopkins' “secret life” enriches him professionally. It is an important lesson he shares with all his students.
With a hipster career in social media and a cool NYC address, communication and rhetoric major Judith Sully ’11 is living proof that internships will move your career ahead.
Jasmine Spence '14 started Nazareth College's first step team. It's just one of the many ways students can get involved on campus.
Check out the latest issue of Connections, the alumni magazine of Nazareth College.
Nazareth College wishes you a happy holiday season!
The biology program at Nazareth paved the way for Kelly Noble '11 to pursue her medical degree. Find out how other biology alumni are shining in their field of study.