Daniel Higgins, associate professor of journalism, discusses his essay titled “Coffee With the Man Who Used to Be My Wife,” which recently received the “Best American Essays” honor.
A student-organized petition has been launched to advocate for traffic-calming measures at the Jefferson Ave. crosswalk where a student was struck by a car on Nov. 4. Justin Booth of GoBike Buffalo discussed what those measures might look like and how they may be implemented.
Matthew Mulville, senior associate dean of students and director of Student Life, explains in full detail what campus life will look like once Canisius goes remote subject to the number of COVID-19 cases in the area.
Zoe Kaminski has a passion for the environment which fuels her efforts as the USA Sustainability Chair.
After a student was struck by a car on Nov. 4, the Undergraduate Student Association discussed some possibilities on how to make the cross walk on Jefferson Avenue between the library and Science Hall safer.
Due to the new guidance from Governor Cuomo and the designation of yellow zones in
Erie County, Canisius has made some changes to accommodate for the rise in cases.
More than 200 groups and individuals across the United States have signed a petition condemning layoffs and budget cuts at Jesuit institutions across the country, including Canisius.
Canisius students comment on the layoffs and adjusting to classes during the pandemic.
Speeches by President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris shared their optimism for the future as they detailed the plans that their team has in place in order to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and unify the nation.
The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is working with athletics to distribute solidarity shirts to teams to encourage conversations and involvement in relation to the Black Lives Matter Movement.