Assistant News Editor @NatalieFaas explains how this year’s accepted student day will be safe, fun, and informative.
Canisius students are very happy with the food they are offering at Shoppe120 and The Pick Up.
This week in Beyond the Dome, news contributor Sam Chapman breaks down some of the biggest news stories for this week. Chapman discusses the shooting at a grocery store in Boulder, Colo., and the rise in COVID-19 cases across 21 states.
Ignatian Scholarship Day will be a fully virtual event which will be featured on a website created by the Center for Online Learning and Innovation (COLI). Students and faculty will be able to view and participate in this celebratory event by signing onto the Canisius portal and heading to the Academic Affairs community page.
Art Director Lauren Schifley shares stories from other women on campus and their experiences they have had with sexual harassment in public.
Erie County Legislator and professor at Canisius College Dr. Kevin Hardwick doesn’t expect that Gov. Andre Cuomo will resign anytime soon despite sexual harassment and assault allegations. Hardwick said: “There are serious allegations. I think that many of them are credible. Like a lot of people, I’m concerned about a toxic environment in the governor’s office and I think we have to take this seriously.”
Assistant News Editor @NatalieFaas breaks down the highlights from Thursday’s Undergraduate Student Association’s (USA) debate.
Four individuals will be honored as recipients of the Dr. I. Joan Lorch Award during a virtual reception on Friday. The award has been presented by the Women and Gender Studies department since 1992.
Various commencement ceremonies will be held in a hybrid format for Canisius’ classes of 2020 and 2021. Families and guests will not be able to attend these ceremonies.
Canisius’ first Cura Personalis Day was Tuesday. While it was meant to give students a break from course work, many students aren’t feeling any less stressed than before.