After 45 years, Jim McNicolas, a graduate of Canisius College in 1968, was able to get his class ring back from a good samaritan in El Paso, Texas
Canisius senior Kelsey Childress opens up about how COVID 19 has affected her life at home and at schoo
Canisius alumni takes his leadership roles from his time at Canisius out into the community in hopes to further change
Canisius alumni Malik Stubbs, attends Harvard summer program to help learn about ways to change his community.
18 months after the project was first announced, a grand opening ceremony complete with ribbon cutting was held Wednesday for the new fitness center in Palisano Pavilion.
Five freshmen senators were elected this week to the Undergraduate Student Association senate. Get to know the new senators:
The Cereal Spot on Hertel Avenue introduces a fun new way to eat cereal with friends and family
During the Cold War, “in God we trust” and “one nation under God” were officially added to the United States’ collective vocabulary. Will Vega writes about the cultural phenomena that led to these changes and how they live on today.
A trend of low satisfaction among Canisius faculty in recent years has continued, according to a survey conducted last December by the Governance Committee of the Faculty Senate.
Former Canisius broadcaster Ben Wagner might not physically be in Buffalo, but he is back calling Buffalo games.
This Hertel Avenue store, Queen City Vintage, is a great place to find vintage clothing including Buffalo Bills attire.