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A majority of Canisius faculty has voted “no confidence” in President John Hurley in a faculty-wide vote conducted by the faculty senate.
The senate approved the vote on Feb. 5, citing “demoralization of faculty, failure of shared governance and a loss of trust in the President:” (Griffin File Photo)
Searching for jobs has always been a period of uncertainty for seniors, but this year has been much worse.
Canisius’ newest addition for food on campus is Shoppe 120, a dessert restaurant that sells smoothies, milkshakes and cookies
Canisius Faculty Senate voted “no confidence” in Vice President for Academic Affairs Sara Morris, Ph.D..
Four former Canisius faculty members have filed a lawsuit against Canisius in New York Supreme Court, alleging their contracts were breached when they were laid off in last July’s wave of program cuts.
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