According to President John J. Hurley, Cansius’ share from the Federal Stimulus Bill is an estimated $2.6 million. This and more effects on campus:
A member of the Canisius community has tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, President John…
This Week in Senate: Associate Dean of Student and Title IX coordinator speaks about New Student Orientation
At Senate this week, Associate Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator Kathleen Brucato said that based on a recent survey some changes will be made for this year’s New Student Orientation for incoming freshmen:
A mouse problem in the Village Townhouses on campus have brought a host of problems to residents such as basketball player D’jhai Patterson-Ricks, who talked to The Griffin about the issue:
Director of Public Safety Kimberly Beaty ensures the Canisius community that the campus will remain secure while students are away on spring break and once students resume classes online until at least April 13 due to the coronavirus.
Take note, Canisius Commuters. The City of Buffalo has installed speed cameras in school zones close to campus, and drivers will face heavy fines for driving too fast:
Canisius officials announced Thursday that the school would switch to online classes. Here is what students should know about the plan and what has changed on campus and in the community:
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:
Canisius is taking the initiative to raise awareness and help facilitate more participation in the 2020 Census, which affects important decisions about funding for services, infrastructure in your community and political representation.