The start of a new semester can be hard, especially in times like this, so here are some ways to practice self care
Meet new Assistant Features Editor Julia Barth, who brings a passion for writing, political science and movies to the staff.
Miranda Rozek has always been interested in creating different charcuterie boards for her friends and family. During her time spent in quarantine, she decided to turn this passion of hers into a business.
Professors at Canisius reflect on the ways in which online learning has changed teaching methods.
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.
Canisius students, such as Marissa Brandel and John Federice, are finding ways to adjust to online learning and being quarantined.
The Counseling Center and Griff Center are offering virtual sessions to continue to help students. There are also numerous other ways you can improve your mental health during this time.
Being forced to stay at home can be tough, which is why it’s important to find activities to keep busy and establish a new day-to-day routine.
Buffalo is known for its St. Patrick’s Day celebration; however, residents may be celebrating in September instead.