Little Theatre manages to stay active during quarantine by putting on a virtual play.
A Canisius College course taught by Cynthia Stewart reflects our modern-day situation.
Little Theatre’s latest production of “The Magenta Moth” is filled with suspense and plot twists, the cast is very excited about this performance.
The Quadrangle’s editors are taking submissions for the 68th edition, they are looking for poetry, prose, art and photography. Submit to them by Feb. 22.
Studio X, Little Theatre’s final event of the semester, allows members to perform an act of their choice
Little Theatre hosted their last event of the semester this past Wednesday in which members performed an act of their choice, leaving the crowd entertained for hours.
Little Theatre is putting on their latest production, “cul-de-sac,” from Thursday, Nov. 14-Saturday Nov. 16 in Marie Maday Theatre.
Abdi Nor Iftin shares his experiences through his novel and through his speech at Canisius as a part of The Contemporary Writers’ Series.
Check out the production of “Connected” brings to life the importance of social media to young adults.
Copy Editor Will Vega has thoroughly enjoyed his time at Canisius so far, specifically his time spent with The Griffin. “The more you do it, the better you get at it. There are a lot of great people that will help you improve your craft and you’ll find yourself wanting to do it for both the writing aspect and because of the good company. That’s certainly why I stuck around,” he said.
Both Malek and Egerton completely embody the essence of their respective rock legends. These movies find a way to encapsulate the lives of these singers and the hardships they have endured.