Assistant News Editor @NatalieFaas breaks down the highlights from Thursday’s Undergraduate Student Association’s (USA) debate.
This week Lauren Schifley, art director, reported on the Atlanta gunman that murdered 8 people and the Sarah Everard murder.
Get to know the candidates running for the Undergraduate Student Association’s (USA) e-board. (Tessa Pszonak)
Women both in and outside of the Canisius community come together in supporting women’s history month
International Women’s Day was March 8th and with March being women’s history month, features editor Alexis Agee interviewed some of the strong women who attend and work at Canisius.
Sundays are a great day to relax, reflect and spend time with loved ones. Five editors at The Griffin share how they love to spend their Sundays and their responses range from going on a run, getting coffee and simply just doing nothing.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola made great contributions to the Jesuits and Copy Editor Will Vega dives into his history and how he came to be Saint
From “Little Women” to “Pride and Prejudice” to “Bridgerton,” period pieces have been making waves in the last few years, and younger generations are catching on and loving it. 19th century movies are increasingly being enjoyed and @juliabarth86 is covering its popularity.
By Abigail DeLavalle, News Reporter Dr. Mary J. Wardell-Ghirarduzzi, the vice provost and chief diversity…
Canisius students Colin O’Neill and John Harrold recently started the Canisius Young Democratic Socialists of…
By Natalie Faas, Assistant News Editor It’s easy to feel sorry for students who graduated…