Wednesday’s vice presidential debate posed many important talking points including the increasing death toll caused by COVID-19 and the environmental crisis:
18 months after the project was first announced, a grand opening ceremony complete with ribbon cutting was held Wednesday for the new fitness center in Palisano Pavilion.
If you’re a student and find yourself needing to either quarantine or isolate you need to know what steps to take to care of yourself and those around you. Mark Piatkowski, associate director of Student Life, discusses the process and what students should expect.
The Honors Student Association has elected Mason Bowes and Sara Kattan as their new freshman representatives. Get to know the two:
The million-dollar fitness center in Palisano Pavilion is set to open nearly 18 months after it was first announced, with some special COVID-19 guidelines for students to follow such as an app to reserve workout times.
A trend of low satisfaction among Canisius faculty in recent years has continued, according to a survey conducted last December by the Governance Committee of the Faculty Senate.
Canisius students reflect on the debate and the performance of both presidential candidates
Campus Ministry continues to work together despite Mike Hayes stepping down and COVID-19 changing their usual schedule.
Almost all of the clubs on campus,with the exception of the Student Programming Board, have recieved a 50% cut in their intital allocations, so Student Life can better monitor that clubs are adhering to social distancing guidelines. Clubs are encouraged to appeal for more money as needed.
Whether it’s concern over spreading coronavirus or threats of fines and suspensions, Chief Kim Beaty of Canisius Public Safety says there have been no community complaints about Canisius-related house parties.