Canisius balances “sunsetting” academic programs Changing student body results in programs being cut and created  

Cameron Lareva News Editor The college is currently “teaching out” multiple undergraduate and graduate programs that are costing more than they benefit. Undergraduate programs such as music, art history, bioinformatics, German and French, as well … [Read More]

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Will Vega Features Reporter December 13, 2000 - Seven convicts broke of out a Texan maximum-security … [Read More]

Your ultimate winter break in WNY bucket list

Simone Riter Features Reporter Finals week is here and, for many students, seeing the light at the … [Read More]

Local reporter’s journey to Buffalo: Making human connections in a variety of ways

Abby Wojcik Features Editor Joshua Robinson is relatively new to journalism, but he has been at WGRZ … [Read More]

Christmas Tree lighting

Alexis Agee Features Reporter On Nov. 30, Buffalo had their eighth annual christmas tree lighting at … [Read More]

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Local Events in Buffalo – 2/8

Austin Rexinger Online Content Contributor Canisius Students! There is no better time to shop around for your next set of wheels than this weekend. The annual Buffalo Auto Show starts tomorrow and … [Read More]

Rivalry victory at the Demske

By Robert Janish Senior Sports Writer The annual Canisius-Niagara game is important more than ever this year. With each team currently 1-1 in the MAAC, this matchup is decisive for both teams and … [Read More]

Flash vs. Thailand at the Demske

By Dominic Chamberlain Sports Editor On Saturday Sept. 17, Canisius College will play host to a bit of a rarity in the world of Women’s Soccer. On that night the Western New York Flash will take on … [Read More]

Moments to Look Forward to This Season: Five Important Events in 2016-17 Seasons

By Marshall Haim Assistant Sports Editor Men’s Hockey Travels to North Dakota and Alaska The beginning of the 2016-17 season for Men’s Hockey will be definitely a memorable one for not only … [Read More]

Changing The Rein

By Marshall Haim Assistant Sports Editor A week after every student left campus for their summer vacations, the Canisius men’s basketball program called for a press conference on Friday, May 20. The … [Read More]

The Griffs are Still Trying to “Click”: Transfer Pauls finally makes debut

By Canio Marasco Sports Reporter After starting the season slow, largely due to scoring, the Griffs are still struggling to find the back of the net. One player, sophomore transfer Will Pauls, could … [Read More]

Griffs travel to Fairfield for 2016 MAAC opener

By Robert Janish Senior Sports Writer After a 2-4 nonconference record, the Golden Griffins will travel to Connecticut to take on the Fairfield Stags, which will kick off their 2016 Metro Atlantic … [Read More]

Volleyball conference season starts on the road: MAAC season begins against Marist and Siena after rough preseason

By Adam Duke Sports Reporter After going 0-3 in a second consecutive tournament, the Griffs will seek to pick up a pair of victories on the road this weekend against Marist and Siena. Last season, … [Read More]

Griffs Start the Season Slow

By Canio Marasco Sports Reporter The Griffs ended last season with one true problem – goal scoring. This season, the narrative hasn’t changed. After a 1-3 start, Coach Dermot McGrane has been miffed … [Read More]

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