Assistant news editor @NatalieFaas breaks down two of the top national news stories from this week. @RochesterNYPD officers will face no charges in the death of Daniel Prude. Sexual harassment claims against @NYGovCuomo have people calling for his impeachment.
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)
As he begins his last 100 days, Multimedia Director Nolan Hopkins remembers his journey through “the House that Petey built.”
Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy discusses wolves and political parties. Sorry, that was redundant.
Opinion Editor Khalil Gordon discusses the challenges posed by online school. This one’s been a long time coming.
The Golden Globes nominations reflect a year of American household watching habits and the growth of popular streaming platforms
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
Disney’s Pixar’s newest movie “Soul” tackles the tough topics of life and death while its humor and positive message shine through
New dining options this semester include partnerships with three local restaurants along with a brand new ice cream shop located under the Palisano Fitness Center.