It’s great that the WIRE is back in action, but there’s more the school can do to promote its student-run media. An editorial by Mike Pesarchick.
As impeachment hearings begin regarding President Trump, the Griffin presents from the archives an editorial written in the midst of the Watergate Scandal before the impeachment of President Nixon.
The WIRE’s reboot is off to a strong start as about 15 prospective DJ’s attended the club’s first general body meeting on Tuesday.
The WIRE holds the distinction of being one of Canisius’ oldest clubs. It also hasn’t broadcast for more than a year. With an effort to bring it back, here is the history of Canisius’ own radio station.
Jillian Kelly led the counseling center and Step Up Griffs to unveil the Clothesline Project at Canisius, a campaign bringing awareness of domestic violence and other assault against women.
Young Americans for Freedom hosted the Rev. Robert Sirico in the Grupp Lounge as its first speaker since its incorporation last spring.
On this day in 2002, Canisius President Rev. Vincent M. Cooke announced at a news conference that the school’s Board of Trustees approved the purchase of the BlueCross BlueShield building that would become Science Hall.
On October 11, 1980, The Griffin published this hopeful piece written by a cautiously optimistic…
Father Robert Sirico will speak at Canisius on Oct. 23, the first speaker this year sponsored by Young Americans for Freedom
There’s a different kind of brewery at 500 Seneca St. in Larkinville. It’s located down…