Campus Ministry continues to work together despite Mike Hayes stepping down and COVID-19 changing their usual schedule.
Almost all of the clubs on campus,with the exception of the Student Programming Board, have recieved a 50% cut in their intital allocations, so Student Life can better monitor that clubs are adhering to social distancing guidelines. Clubs are encouraged to appeal for more money as needed.
Whether it’s concern over spreading coronavirus or threats of fines and suspensions, Chief Kim Beaty of Canisius Public Safety says there have been no community complaints about Canisius-related house parties.
Dr. Dan Dentino, vice president for student affairs, and Dr. Sara Morris, vice president for academic affairs, explained the college is going to implement a real-time link where students and faculty can access the COVID-19 cases in real-time.
Basketball teams to play full conference slate
Team expecting breakouts from freshman and key returners
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“You may be thinking to yourselves, ‘surely we aren’t as vulnerable as cavemen,’ and technically you would be right, but there are still several habits we have that align perfectly with our extinct brethren.” Contributor Bailey McOwen isn’t happy with her peers’ reckless behavior, but has made the most of her time at home. Read her thoughts on staying home this semester and having to adjust to a new normal.
Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy sets out a state-centered plan to help third parties and fix Congress in the process. “Support for reform measures such as capped campaign contributions and term limits is high, but many of these issues can’t be solved with piecemeal legislation requiring improbable constitutional amendments. Instead, structural issues like dark money, two-party control of government, and even gerrymandering can be decreased with electoral reform passed by state legislatures.”
We can sit and point fingers debating how it got like this bad, but that doesn’t matter now. What matters is that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world we live in, for better or for worse.