A Canisius College course taught by Cynthia Stewart reflects our modern-day situation.
Today should have been different. Every day of my last 100 days, probably should have…
“The Griffin’s Opinion section did not always look like it does today, or even exist…While there were certainly opinion pieces in The Griffin dating back to 1933, there was no formal “Opinion” section.”
With two of the top 2021 NBA prospects bypassing college basketball for the G League, the NCAA needs to act now.
Get to know the new executive boards for the Undergraduate Student Association and the Honors Student Association at Canisius:
“Looking back and thinking about the shy freshman I once was, I’m in awe of how far I’ve come. I’ve changed for the better in so many ways. I’ve gained confidence as a writer, artist, and person. I pierced my nose, came out as gay, and have never been happier.”
Canisius students, such as Marissa Brandel and John Federice, are finding ways to adjust to online learning and being quarantined.
Canisius alumnus Jared Westhoven is now a full-time officer for Public Safety. He majored in criminal justice, psychology, and minored in forensic psychology. His thoughts on the position, PTSD in law enforcement, and more:
“Returning [to Canisius] made me grateful for the smallest people and places that I never would have noticed or appreciated previously. There were bumps in the road on my journey back to school, but every lesson was truly a gift.”
“I have emotionally matured and learned so much about myself since my mom took my freshman first day photo in front of the Peter Canisius statue. I even changed my future profession!”