Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy discusses how “Republicans, despite likely losing the presidency, were able to stave off the threat of tepidly left-wing justices, bureaucratic officials, and legislation.”
For Alum Dan Ryan, Canisius’ frequent and unfortunate appearances in recent media are a source of great distress. As such he and others like him have banded together to preserve the spirit of the college.
Magda Janik, a Polish international student gives her take on a harsh, new abortion law that has been passed in her home country by the national-conservative party.
With election results rolling out there are many events or services being offered at Canisius to relieve the stress that the election brings.
Sports management major and sophomore at Canisius College, Sydney Carlo, is currently the Student Interest Chair for the Undergraduate Student Association. She said she works to have the voices of the students heard.
How does Engagement Editor Cam Lareva justify ending “the concept of Monday through Friday, meaning there is no week and weekend, just a single week”?
According to Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy, a reformed cabinet could “lessen the divisiveness that racks our politics” and “provide a reason for everyone to be satisfied with the election’s outcome.”
Guest columnist Dr. Richard Bailey discusses the hypocrisy of political and social discourse in how inconsistently civility is cited as a criticism.
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