The new Joker movie has sparked a lot of controversy regarding violence and mental health. However, the performance done by lead actor Joaquin Phoenix was admired by many, specifically his dancing.
The Griffin has started a second fashion column, this one revolving around sneakers. This week features David Held wearing a pair of Yeezy 500s in Utility Black, a sneaker perfectly suited from him since he’s also a big Kanye West fan.
Little Theatre is putting on their latest production, “cul-de-sac,” from Thursday, Nov. 14-Saturday Nov. 16 in Marie Maday Theatre.
Tappo’s is certainly a restaurant that appeals to college students given the bar and the overall atmosphere, but it is no doubt a family-friendly environment as well. The food and arcade games makes it a place anyone can enjoy.
Mon Ami is a local French bakery that serves traditional French items in addition to items with a Buffalo-twist. The bakery has no issue proving Buffalo is known for serving food that appeals to anyone.
Peace Action and Women and Gender Studies participated in a feminine hygiene drive, a way to collect hygiene products for underprivileged women.
Buffalo is filled with numerous different bookstores in many different locations, each with their own unique history and story. The workers are not only passionate about their work, but about the history of each book.
Canisius Student participates in Canisius Entrepreneurs Organization “Shark Tank” competition winning first place to help build her own business.
Abdi Nor Iftin shares his experiences through his novel and through his speech at Canisius as a part of The Contemporary Writers’ Series.
Exploring fashion through poetry: Rachelle Toarmino’s new chapbook uses words from celebrity fashion to create poetry
Buffalo knows her from “Peach Mag,” but Rachelle Toarmino’s new chapbook is completely different. The poetry is formed from words found on celebrity clothing items to explore their personalities in a creative way.