The COVID-19 outbreak has put a hold on the grand opening of the million-dollar fitness center in Palisano Pavilion, which was slated to open March 23:
Difficult Decisions: Coronavirus forces Canisius to create contingency plans and change study abroad programs
The Griffin spoke with multiple Canisius officials this week who are steering the school through the COVID-19 outbreak. Here is what Canisius students need to know about coronavirus, what the school is planning and what it means for students studying abroad:
Hockey dominated Mercyhurst last weekend, winning both of their games in blowout fashion
Women’s basketball lost to league-leading Rider 87-48 on the road last weekend.
The baseball team won two of their three games at Marshall, along with the program’s first tie in 17 years.
“What I have come to know is that the pursuit of achievement holds no meaning within itself without a clear purpose that you embody to the core.”
“When we make the decision to follow whole-heartedly after the righteousness of God and His kingdom, we will find our purpose. In doing so, God will provide us everything else even if what He provides is not what we expected. He always provides something better.”
“The first step to finishing the semester out strong is to correct your mindset to one that is healthy and confident.”
Father Jack Mattimore is new to Canisius and wants to bring a friendly presence to campus along with making change in the community.
New to Canisius College, Father Jack Mattimore returns home to continue his career.