Could a year of service be for you?

Abby Wojcik Features Editor There are more avenues after graduation than going to graduate school or entering the workforce. Doing a year of service is a possible route to take that gives graduates the opportunity to explore new places, explore the Jesuit values and exploring their own interests and skills. Peace Action held a panel … [Read more...]

Meet the editors: Marshall Haim

Melanie Minor Features Reporter Marshall Haim is going into his second year being the Sports Editor for The Griffin Newspaper. Haim is a senior Sports Management major and as been contributing to The Griffin since his freshman at Canisius. He is responsible for covering women’s Basketball and women’s Softball and managing the … [Read more...]

New path to healing and relaxation at AURA salt cave and wellness

Simone Riter Features Reporter Walking through the doorway of AURA’s man-made salt cave is like entering another world. 20,000 pounds of Himalayan pink salt imported from Poland lie before you. Five inches of crushed salt crunch beneath your feet. You lean back in a zero gravity lounge chair surrounded by the orange glow of salt … [Read more...]

Little Theatre Production: The Wedding Singer

Steph Wetzel Assistant Features Editor Little Theatre will be putting on a production of the musical The Wedding Singer, based off the Adam Sandler movie on Feb. 28, March 1 and March 2. All performances are at 8 p.m. and one last performance on March 2 at 2 p.m. The musical is about a character named Robby Hart, a wedding singer … [Read more...]

The perfect trio at new Hertel restaurant PK Eats

Eisa Hashmi Features Reporter Buffalo is home to an incredibly rich and diverse collection of restaurants that offer an assortment of different foods. Adding to the already expansive selection of restaurants here in Buffalo is PK Eats, the newly opened food hall comprised of Sun Cuisine, Newbury Salads and barVera. PK Eats … [Read more...]

Five local places every Buffalonian needs to try

Lebro’s Restaurant:  Lebro’s Restaurant is a local Italian restaurant that everyone new to Buffalo needs to try. Located at 330 Campbell Boulevard in Getzville, they are relatively close to the UB North Campus. They offer traditional Italian dishes that have been made for four generations, as well as burgers and fish. They have won … [Read more...]

Calling for submissions to Quadrangle

Alexis Agee Features Reporter Each year, Canisius College puts together a literary magazine to showcase the talent of students, staff and alumni. This magazine has been around for more that 60 years and it’s made up of poems, short stories, paintings and photographs. The Quadrangle is run by Managing Editor Jordyn Smith and … [Read more...]

The untold history of Polish people during WWII

Abby Wojcik Features Editor Sophie Hodorowicz Knab is the author of several Polish themed books, including a Polish cookbook, a book about Polish customs and traditions and research on Polish forced laborers in Nazi Germany. On Sunday, Jan. 27, Knab presented her newest book in Grupp to the Canisius Community for United Nations … [Read more...]

First authentic Yoni Steam treatment in Elmwood

Melanie Minor Features Reporter Divinity Holistics & Beauty was established by Nina Hardy in June, 2018, in the Elmwood area. This business is unique because it's the first of its kind to have a location in Western New York. Divinity Holistics focuses on health and wellness through vaginal steaming, microblading, crystal Chakra … [Read more...]

Meet the Editors: Emyle Watkins

Eisa Hashmi Features Reporter While journalism didn’t seem like a passion initially, it has certainly become one for Emyle Watkins, the Managing Editor of The Griffin. Watkins said she was originally introduced to journalism on accident when a position for a photographer at her local newspaper opened up. Watkins, who had been taking … [Read more...]


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