Still stuck at home waiting for your vaccine? Why not brighten up your mailbox and someone else’s by trying Postcrossing, the international postcard exchange? @mikepesar has what you need to get started:
Got your vaccine? It’s time to start planning a summer vacation! As flights and hotels book up, Americans are looking for ways to leave home for a trip this summer even if it is just a road trip a few hours away.
With the pandemic reaching a year, students have adapted to online learning and have hope for change because of the vaccine
Now that we are officially one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, changes to learning have transformed the lives of students and senior Kelsey Childress reflects on her experiences
Some of the editors at The Griffin share their favorite things to do when the weather starts to get warm in Buffalo. In this past week, some editors have gone on walks and enjoyed time in places like Forest Lawn, Delaware Park and Glenn Falls.
Art Director Lauren Schifley shares stories from other women on campus and their experiences they have had with sexual harassment in public.
A $420,000 grant was provided through the CARES act by the Small Businesses Administration, which has allowed for Canisius’s Women’s Business Center to aid in the success of women-owned businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Looking for a quiet place to get work done for the day? HANSA Workspace is available for renting offices and desks and provides students with a quiet area to be productive and get work done
Resident assistants at Canisius have had a year like no other as reported by Features reporter Eliana DeGlopper. With limited ability to program events and many new policies to enforce, two RAs detail their experience.
Canisius’s Little Theater is putting on two one-act plays this weekend: “Drive In” and “Horse Girls.” The performances, which star many students from campus, will be streamed at 8 p.m. Friday, March 10 and Saturday, March 20 via Facebook
The USS The Sullivans, one of the ships docked down at the Naval Park in Buffalo, is in dire need of repairs. Through an event hosted by prominent developer Douglas Jamel, money was raised to help this historic artifact. Donations can be made to www.savethesullivans.org. Article by @juliabarth86