From the Archives, 51 years ago today: The Griffin published this editorial discussing how Buffalo…
The Undergraduate Student Association (USA) approved a resolution in hopes of working with the administration to have more accessible automated external defibrillators (AEDs) on campus.
Canisius professors David Devereux and Julie Gilbert met more than 30 years ago in England. Now married for 31 years, they teach together at Canisius.
“The faculty cares about what’s happening with students,” Dr. Paola Fajardo-Heyward, director of the international relations program and associate professor of political science, said. “The idea is to come together and start and dialogue to better get a sense of what’s happening.”
Canisius sophomore Peter Tripi organized Saturday’s “Pack the Plaza” protest where Buffalo Sabres fans vented frustrations for what they called a lack of communication from the Pegulas. His and other fans’ thoughts on the Sabres and the Pegulas.
A reward is being offered for those who come forward with information regarding vandalism on the third floor of Frisch Hall.
The Board of Trustees ratified a small tuition increase at their meeting in December to be added to the proposed 2020-21 budget. The Board will vote on the proposed budget in May.
Buffalo Mayor @MayorByronBrown spoke at Canisius on Wednesday on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. as part of the “Soup with Substance” series.
Love Week will celebrate love in all forms during the Valentine’s Day season. From LGBTQ+ resources and Buffalo sports games to a CRAM Course guide and donations to Petey’s Pantry, love will be in the air at Canisius next week.
Canisius students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in Bogota, Columbia, this summer as part of a trip sponsored by Canisius’ journalism department.