Q&A: Katie Martoche

by Nathan Scrivani Katie Martoche knows a lot about burnout. She spends a great deal of time helping students deal with the many stresses that come with college life. Martoche, the Title IX Coordinator and Director of Career Development at Hilbert College, talks to students all the time about the anxiety, stress and exhaustion that […]

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Brophy Installed as Hilbert President

by Brandon Job Dr. Michael Brophy was officially installed as Hilbert College’s president earlier this month, surrounded by the college community in a ceremony held at Swan Auditorium. Brophy, who started in his position with the college last year, was lauded by students, alumni and faculty during the ceremony, which included a mass attended by […]

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Q&A: Kyle Rauschelbach

This past summer Franciscan Hall saw some renovations, including the addition of the “Hawkade” e-gaming center. The Hawkade is a not so large room that contains one Xbox One, one Playstation 4, an Xbox 360, and one original Xbox. For just being built, the room seems like a very fun place to hang out and […]

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Q&A: Courtney Witherspoon

Courtney Witherspoon has a tough job. As the director of HEOP (Educationally and Economically disadvantaged Students) she has to do everything she can to keep Hilbert students from becoming a statistical College Dropout, a task that is particularly challenging as on-time college completion rates have decrease. The Scribe caught up with her to talk about […]

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Q&A: President Michael Brophy

by Brandon Job Last Year President Michael Brophy Moved from Los Angeles, CA back home to Western New York to take on a new assignment as the President of Hilbert College. He has been involved in higher education for 35 years, serving as president of Benedictine University and Marymount California University before arriving at Hilbert. […]

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Q&A: Kristina Lantzky

by Rosalie Constable Dr. Kristina Lantzky holds an important position at Hilbert College. Her role as Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs has given her the opportunity to make a positive and meaningful impact on the staff and students. To prove her love for the job, the Idaho native and proud mother of three […]

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Q&A: Kim Buck

by Zach Jezioro Kim Buck has seen a lot in her three decades as a court stenographer. The Scribe sat down with Buck to talk about what it takes to become a stenographer and some of the craziest things she’s seen in a court room. TS: How did you get into being a court stenographer? […]

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Q&A with Mamie Smith

Starting Thursday, Oct 3rd, the Hilbert College Community will celebrate St. Francis Week. The purpose of this event is to celebrate the life of St. Francis of Assisi, the school’s patron saint. I spoke with Margaret “Mamie” Smith, Vice President for Mission Integration and Campus Ministry here at Hilbert College about her new role at […]

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Hilbert Hosts County Executive Candidate Forum

Staff Reports Hilbert College played host to a candidates forum featuring Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz and his challenger in this fall’s election Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon Wednesday night. The well-attended event, which took place in Swan Auditorium and was organized by the Southtowns Regional Chamber of Commerce, saw the candidates discuss taxes, economic […]

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Hawk Radio Prepares for College Radio Day

by Scott Peet Hawk Radio is celebrating College Radio Day this year with a housewarming party in their new studio location. Members of the station are inviting students to join in the celebration, which begins this Thursday, October 3rd at 3 p.m. The station will broadcast for twenty-four hours staright.  The station staff will be there […]

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