Cross country coach Nate Huckle and professor Rev. Daven Oskvig recently completed a “ultra-marathon” in the Adirondack mountains
Talking Leaves, a well-known bookstore on Elmwood, has navigated competition and the pandemic in an effort to remain open
This weekend, Little Theater’s production of “The Lunch Girls” will be live streamed on Zoom and also pre-recorded for viewing the following weekend
DJ Khaled spoke to Canisius students all about his rise to fame during a webinar hosted by the Canisius College Academic Talent Search Program on Thursday.
A student-organized petition has been launched to advocate for traffic-calming measures at the Jefferson Ave. crosswalk where a student was struck by a car on Nov. 4. Justin Booth of GoBike Buffalo discussed what those measures might look like and how they may be implemented.
Canisius students comment on the layoffs and adjusting to classes during the pandemic.
Canisius hockey head coach Trevor Large announced last Tuesday that senior forward Grant Meyer would…
Dr. Mick Cochrane is featured once again explaining his reasons for writing inspiration as well as advice to those who are searching for that same motivation
The Sugar Palette, a local bakery business in Buffalo, is serving delicious cookies that are decorated to perfection
The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is working with athletics to distribute solidarity shirts to teams to encourage conversations and involvement in relation to the Black Lives Matter Movement.