program in strategic
now a new option -- St. Bonaventure's on-
golf shirts, sweats and hats to office acces-
sories, drinkware, bags and backpacks. Mer-
chandise suppliers include Under Armour,
Adidas and Columbia.
line, which is one of the leading suppliers of
online collegiate athletics stores. St. Bona-
venture partnered with Advanced-Online be-
cause of its high standard of quality products
and superior customer service balanced with
a focus on cost effectiveness.
Mario Bros. into
to maximize facilities
November. He didn't arrive by cart or bike,
but through a piano arrangement created
by junior Jory Olson from Rochester.
son overheard him play-
ing it one day, she loved
it and encouraged him
to build onto the song.
Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario World.
Olson plays the drums, base, guitar and
viola in addition to the piano.
him playing Chopin or Mozart on the
piano -- or jamming with his band mates
from Love, Peace and Chicken Grease.
the campus in a new way.
tomers are invited
to utilize campus
Office of Events and Confer-
ences is leading the charge to develop a se-
ries of innovative programs that will enhance
entertainment and thought leadership in the
concerts and lectures, take part in leadership
development workshops, or enroll their child
in any number of camps. The focus areas in
development include a speaker series, con-
certs, leadership and talent development
workshops, conferences, venue rentals and
money allows the accounting de-
partment to fund initiatives to
support faculty and students. The
goal is to enhance the program
that already received accolades in
the spring of 2015 when Master-
of-Finance.org ranked the univer-
sity's accounting program as ninth
out of more than 500 small col-
leges in the U.S. Coate is chair of
the accounting department at the
rare kidney disease became a lifetime member
of the St. Bonaventure club hockey team Nov.
7. Thanks to the efforts of Team IMPACT, a na-
tional organization that improves the quality
of life for children facing life-threatening and
chronic illnesses, Matthew McGuinness, 14,
signed a National Letter of Intent to join the
Bonnies. Matthew has daily dialysis and doc-
tors and family members are trying to get him
placed on the transplant list.
offering a certificate program in
strategic management. This pro-
fessional education experience is
designed to deliver a "process
driven" understanding and pro-
vide practical tools to those man-
aging or leading strategic
planning, along with those desir-
ing to develop their skills to take
on more responsibilities tied to
aligned with the "Lead-Think-
Plan-Act" Body of Knowledge,
participants will establish a path
to ASP certification. For details
and to register for the cohort
that starts in January, visit