The WIRE’s reboot is off to a strong start as about 15 prospective DJ’s attended the club’s first general body meeting on Tuesday.
The Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University, visited campus Tuesday night for…
The Residence Student Association has resubmitted their constitution, which was voted down earlier this month. It will be voted on again on Nov. 19.
Thanks to an effort from Megan Rooney and the office of Student Life, commuter students at Canisius can now access resident hall WiFi.
The WIRE holds the distinction of being one of Canisius’ oldest clubs. It also hasn’t broadcast for more than a year. With an effort to bring it back, here is the history of Canisius’ own radio station.
Applications for the brand new study abroad program in Kenya are now open for all majors. Students will learn about African history and culture during a five-week immersion in Limuru, Kenya.
Dr. Kevin Hardwick, professor of Political Science and Urban Studies, was reelected to the Erie County Legislature on Tuesday, defeating Republican Jacob McMahon.
Canisius’ chapter of Peace Action won the Don Shaffer student peacemaker award and will accept their award at the Western New York Peace Center Annual Dinner on Nov. 8.
Resident Hall Student Association’s new constitution was not passed by the Senate this week.
Vice President for Business and Finance Marco Benedetti spoke at Tuesday’s USA Senate meeting to update senators on the progress of the Palisano Fitness Center and the school’s parking garage.