“It’s one thing to prepare someone for a career, it’s another thing to prepare someone for life.” @mikepesar discusses Canisius’ recent program cuts and why he believes the school is in danger of losing its Jesuit tradition. (Graphic by Korey Martineau)
At this week’s senate meeting the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), The Griffin and Little Theatre each appealed for more funds that were all approved.
Assistant news editor @NatalieFaas breaks down two of the top national news stories from this week. @RochesterNYPD officers will face no charges in the death of Daniel Prude. Sexual harassment claims against @NYGovCuomo have people calling for his impeachment.
A majority of Canisius faculty has voted “no confidence” in President John Hurley in a faculty-wide vote conducted by the faculty senate.
The senate approved the vote on Feb. 5, citing “demoralization of faculty, failure of shared governance and a loss of trust in the President:” (Griffin File Photo)
After a midweek schedule change, the Griffs are now prepared to make the quick trip…
A winning streak that dated back over a month came to an end, but Canisius…
As he begins his last 100 days, Multimedia Director Nolan Hopkins remembers his journey through “the House that Petey built.”
Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy discusses wolves and political parties. Sorry, that was redundant.
Opinion Editor Khalil Gordon discusses the challenges posed by online school. This one’s been a long time coming.
The Golden Globes nominations reflect a year of American household watching habits and the growth of popular streaming platforms