Presents in presence at Agape Latte

By Robert Creenan Griffin Reporter It’s close to the end of the school year, which means another group of graduating students is heading out into the world. This means that friends you once had endless amounts of time for, now can’t be bothered. … [Read More]

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Editorial: The end of semester stretch: Giving to Canisius and to others

Tonight, Colleges against Cancer will host its 10th annual Relay for Life in the Koessler Athletic … [Read More]

Adjuncts look to student leaders for support; urge Senate to pass resolution

By Justin Smith Assistant News Editor In recent weeks, disgruntled adjuncts have organized under … [Read More]

Editorial: The strategic plan: Canisius’ future boiled down to few pages

It’s hard to believe that the future of Canisius College as we view it today can be boiled down to … [Read More]

Adjuncts speak out on low pay

By Justin Smith Assistant News Editor It’s no secret that adjunct professors are underpaid. What … [Read More]

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Long Way From Home: Softball players acclimating well to Canisius

By Marshall Haim Sports Reporter The Canisius Softball team has a good amount of players that come from states that are nowhere remotely close to Buffalo or even to New York State. Eight of the 15 … [Read More]

From Albany to Buffalo: Albany transfer Giglio has pushed her team to success on and off the field

By Robert Janish Senior Sports Writer In her final weeks as a member of the women's lacrosse team, Senior attacker Taylor Giglio has grown to become one of the team's best players in recent memory. … [Read More]

The Penultimate Game Approaches: Final game against Detroit will decide who heads to the MAAC tournament

By Canio Marasco Sports Reporter The Griffs suffered two large defeats this past week against the Quinnipiac Bobcats and the Robert Morris Colonials. The two setbacks have made the Griffs final game … [Read More]

Maloy does something that has never been done by a Buffalo-area collegiate runner

By Samuel Brouwere Sports Reporter Last Saturday at the Bucknell Bison Invite in Lewisburg, PA, graduate student Chad Maloy became the first Buffalo-area collegiate runner to finish in the 10k race … [Read More]

Climbing Back into Contention: Warm Weather Brings Weekend Wins

By Dave Maurer Sports Reporter The Canisius Softball Team started the season slowly, but the squad is starting to pick up some momentum as play in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference begins. The … [Read More]

Apathetic Student-Body Blights Progress

By Aaron Rispoli Assistant Sports Editor In my column a few weeks ago, I wrote about the “small-school mentality” at Canisius College and how it will forever stunt our athletic programs. In short, … [Read More]

Offense wakes up in final game of weekend series: Hunt earns 3rd win of the season in stellar outing

By Andrew Helwig Sports Reporter As Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play begins to wind down, the Griffs' baseball team had a weekend series with the Rider Broncs. The pitching staff, who had … [Read More]

Senate passes Email Reduction Act

By Robert Creenan News Reporter Canisius students are usually one of two types: those who never check the emails they get and have an inbox that numbers in the thousands or those who click through … [Read More]

Softball Starting to Make Up for Slow Start: Griffs Start MAAC Play This Weekend

By Dave Maurer Sports Reporter The Canisius Women’s Softball Team did not get off to a great start in the early goings of their season, but the team is starting to show promise as the Griffs enter … [Read More]

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