The Griffin discusses President-elect Joseph Biden and takes a look at his problematic political history. “It is hard to feel genuine excitement about Biden’s victory, just the relief that he is marginally better than Donald Trump.”
Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy argues that “instead of cramming years of campaigning and hundreds of millions of votes into a few weeks of voting, we should decide the election by the number of members each party has.”
Long time opinion contributor Bailey McOwen shares her take that excessive zeal in an election year is just as detrimental as apathy and urges you not to get too comfortable with the career politicians in power.
73 years ago the AK-47 was completed. Will Vega writes about its impact since then.
Joe Biden’s election victory led to celebrations across the country — including here in Buffalo
Meet new Assistant News Editor Natalie Faas and learn about her journey in The Griffin so far
Check out two young adult fiction novels that bring attention to controversial issues teenagers face
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.