Dear Editor As a Canisius alum, I am very disappointed to hear about the current…
By Matt Duke Thursday afternoon, students, faculty, and others around the Canisius campus community gathered…
Canisius’ Board of Trustees is set to lay off 23 professors and 71 more administrative and support staff as part of wide-ranging reductions in spending.
The three Griffin sports editors reflect on the spring sports season coming to an end.
“From the very beginning of the new year, things have been, well, odd. It hasn’t necessarily been “a bad year” or “a good year”, but an odd year. If you feel like you’ve been stuck in the Twilight Zone, you’re certainly not alone.”
By: Megan Miller and Sana Gadley Picture it: any obscure corner of the library basement,…
A mouse problem in the Village Townhouses on campus have brought a host of problems to residents such as basketball player D’jhai Patterson-Ricks, who talked to The Griffin about the issue:
Difficult Decisions: Coronavirus forces Canisius to create contingency plans and change study abroad programs
The Griffin spoke with multiple Canisius officials this week who are steering the school through the COVID-19 outbreak. Here is what Canisius students need to know about coronavirus, what the school is planning and what it means for students studying abroad:
“What I have come to know is that the pursuit of achievement holds no meaning within itself without a clear purpose that you embody to the core.”