“I believe the only way they could have avoided this whole controversy was to serve the ICE employees, and then respond to those who initially criticized them by stating that they will not confirm nor deny whether or not they support these workers and their actions; they are simply serving customers. “
Tappo’s is certainly a restaurant that appeals to college students given the bar and the overall atmosphere, but it is no doubt a family-friendly environment as well. The food and arcade games makes it a place anyone can enjoy.
Mon Ami is a local French bakery that serves traditional French items in addition to items with a Buffalo-twist. The bakery has no issue proving Buffalo is known for serving food that appeals to anyone.
Peace Action and Women and Gender Studies participated in a feminine hygiene drive, a way to collect hygiene products for underprivileged women.
Canisius Student participates in Canisius Entrepreneurs Organization “Shark Tank” competition winning first place to help build her own business.
The WIRE holds the distinction of being one of Canisius’ oldest clubs. It also hasn’t broadcast for more than a year. With an effort to bring it back, here is the history of Canisius’ own radio station.
Applications for the brand new study abroad program in Kenya are now open for all majors. Students will learn about African history and culture during a five-week immersion in Limuru, Kenya.
Dr. Kevin Hardwick, professor of Political Science and Urban Studies, was reelected to the Erie County Legislature on Tuesday, defeating Republican Jacob McMahon.
Canisius’ chapter of Peace Action won the Don Shaffer student peacemaker award and will accept their award at the Western New York Peace Center Annual Dinner on Nov. 8.
Resident Hall Student Association’s new constitution was not passed by the Senate this week.