Newly-elected Chair of Diversity Morgan Morris sat down with Lauren Schifley to discuss her plans for inclusion and support at Canisius.
Canisius alumna and Phi Sig sister Nikki Wise passed away this past October, leaving her sorority sisters heartbroken. But Phi Sig also joined together to honor Wise, demonstrating their incredible, resilient community spirit.
The Institute for the Global Study of Religion at Canisius College has received a $1.8 million grant that will fund a three-year study of megachurches in the global south, the school announced Thursday.
President John J. Hurley accepted an award on behalf of Canisius College in recognition of becoming a smoke-free campus during the Great American Smokeout in the Science Hall Commons this Thursday.
Victoria Conklin has been passionate about social justice her entire time at Canisius. Now, she is ready to lead the school in education and activism as the new USA Justice Chair.
Canisius sophomore Abigail Swiger’s art will be featured on Buffalo and Erie County Public Libraries’ cards after she won a design contest.
“ I think it’s hard enough to get a degree here, but to do it while not knowing if you’ll have enough to eat… nobody should have to do that,” Hayes said in an email.
It’s great that the WIRE is back in action, but there’s more the school can do to promote its student-run media. An editorial by Mike Pesarchick.
Canisius’ Vigil in Defense of DACA shows support for immigrants and refugees, both in our local community and around the world. Participants prayed and reflected on the awaited fate of the DACA program, which will affect nearly 700,000 people.
As impeachment hearings begin regarding President Trump, the Griffin presents from the archives an editorial written in the midst of the Watergate Scandal before the impeachment of President Nixon.