The Quadrangle’s editors are taking submissions for the 68th edition, they are looking for poetry, prose, art and photography. Submit to them by Feb. 22.
Check out @wondercoffeehouse, 323 Ganson Street in Buffalo, with a delicious menu featuring coffee and waffles, in a comforting, industrial-style atmosphere!
This vegetarian friendly, welcoming restaurant is less than ten minutes from campus and is sure to appeal to just about anyone.
What’s coronavirus anyways? Emyle Watkins has answers to the top-five questions people have googled about the disease:
Canisius College Writing Center now offers its services in its renovated space located in room 127 in the library.
Crews have been working hard on the construction of the new fitness center in Palisano Pavilion. The Griffin was given a behind-the-scenes tour of the construction:
Cindy Thomas passed away earlier this month, but the Canisius community will always remember her loving spirit. She had a huge impact on so many people’s lives. Rest in peace, Ms. Cindy.
The world knows of @Oxford Pennant’s one of a kind products, but Buffalo will always be their hometown. As Oxford Pennant goes global, Buffalonians know to “Keep Buffalo a Secret.”
Canisius had the privilege of having Anthony Ray Hinton, a death row survivor and New York Times best-selling author, speak at Montante this past Tuesday, leaving students, faculty and other attendees in awe.
Griffashion is back for our last installment of the semester! Check out this week’s edition to get to know journalism and economics major, Steph Wetzel.