Various commencement ceremonies will be held in a hybrid format for Canisius’ classes of 2020 and 2021. Families and guests will not be able to attend these ceremonies.
Four individuals will be honored as recipients of the Dr. I. Joan Lorch Award during a virtual reception on Friday. The award has been presented by the Women and Gender Studies department since 1992.
This week Lauren Schifley, art director, reported on the Atlanta gunman that murdered 8 people and the Sarah Everard murder.
The “banning” of Dr. Seuss characters by private companies isn’t the type of cancel culture we should be worried about, argues Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy.
Simone Riter, coeditor-in-chief of Quadrangle 69 and longtime Griffin contributor, reflects on her experience as a transfer student coming into Canisius. Touching on the homely feeling of campus and the welcoming nature of students and faculty, this piece is a promo writer’s dream.
Get to know the candidates running for the Undergraduate Student Association’s (USA) e-board. (Tessa Pszonak)
The Canisius Golden Griffins hockey team swept their rival RIT with a 6-2 win on…
The Canisius Golden Griffins hockey team took a 1-0 series lead in their best-of-three series…
Women both in and outside of the Canisius community come together in supporting women’s history month
International Women’s Day was March 8th and with March being women’s history month, features editor Alexis Agee interviewed some of the strong women who attend and work at Canisius.
Proudly radical left, Canisius’ new Democratic Socialists club is hoping to advocate for economic democracy and decentralization. Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy promises it’s not just about bashing the former president — although maybe a little.