“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 is taking the initiative to raise awareness and help facilitate more participation in the 2020 Census, which affects important decisions about funding for services, infrastructure in your community and political representation.
FlixBus launched in Buffalo this month, and will connect people to and from Buffalo, New York City, Syracuse, Rochester, Binghamton, and Niagara Falls, NY.
“The faculty cares about what’s happening with students,” Dr. Paola Fajardo-Heyward, director of the International Relations program and associate professor of political science, said. “The idea is to come together and start and dialogue to better get a sense of what’s happening.”
Love Week will celebrate love in all forms during the Valentine’s Day season. From LGBTQ+ resources and Buffalo sports games to a CRAM Course guide and donations to Petey’s Pantry, love will be in the air at Canisius next week.
Last Wednesday, a water main occurred outside of Canisius College on Main Street that caused many delays in traffic and the Delavan-Canisius subway station to flood. The Griffin spoke with facilities officials on the break:
Cindy Thomas passed away earlier this month, but the Canisius community will always remember her loving spirit. She had a huge impact on so many people’s lives. Rest in peace, Ms. Cindy.
Canisius alumna and Phi Sig sister Nikki Wise passed away this past October, leaving her sorority sisters heartbroken. But Phi Sig also joined together to honor Wise, demonstrating their incredible, resilient community spirit.
Victoria Conklin has been passionate about social justice her entire time at Canisius. Now, she is ready to lead the school in education and activism as the new USA Justice Chair.
Canisius’ Vigil in Defense of DACA shows support for immigrants and refugees, both in our local community and around the world. Participants prayed and reflected on the awaited fate of the DACA program, which will affect nearly 700,000 people.