“Mayor Malik” wins Democratic Committee election

Adam Duke Editor in Chief Malik Stubbs ‘18 is well-known in the Canisius community for being the ambitious student who wants to be mayor of Buffalo one day. Many students refer to him by his nickname, “Mayor Malik.” Last night, Sept. 13, Stubbs got his start, as he voted in the first election he campaigned for, ending the night with … [Read more...]

Construction of medical training lab leading to more health programs at Canisius

Cameron Lareva News Editor Canisius College announced the development of a Physician Assistant master's degree program over the summer. The college appointed Aimee Larson, PA-C, to oversee the development of the program. The college’s goal is for the first cohort or class to start the PA program in January of 2020. The … [Read more...]

Administration aims to increase revenue and articulation enrollment through ECC students

Cameron Lareva News Editor Erie Community College initially approached Canisius regarding housing for ECC athletes, as many of them were recruited from farther distances. However, Canisius is already housing a variety of ECC students that come from various distances. There are currently 55 ECC students living in Delevan Building D … [Read more...]

This Week in Senate: September 11th, 2018

Michael Berg Assistant News Editor This week in the senate, the Undergraduate Student Association expressed intent of improved transparency, followed up on several surveys and initiatives, senate elections, continued discussion of budget spending on C.R.A.M. passes, and provided updates on several events. Managing Editor of The … [Read more...]

USA and the annual Club Summit aim to clear up areas of concern amist cuts to initial budget allocations

Emyle Watkins Managing Editor On Saturday, Sept. 8 in the Chester HON '01 and Diane Stranczek Commons, Student Life and the Undergraduate Student Association held the annual Club Summit, which allows student leaders form the college’s 90 student organizations to conviene and learn about budgeting, policies and procedures. USA’s … [Read more...]

New Interim VP of Admissions brings big ideas to boost enrollment

Cameron Lareva News Editor Undergraduate Admissions has experienced large amounts of change as the department strives to increase enrollment in a competitive college climate. The new interim VP of Admissions, Ian Day, has brought many ideas to increase enrollment and restore the quality of Canisius. Undergraduate Admissions was not … [Read more...]

USA adapts communication and finances due to decreasing class sizes

By: Cameron Lareva News Editor The Undergraduate Student Association has been working on many changes and initiatives to adapt to the changing student population and increase student involvement. USA is working to better the campus community and increase student participation on campus. USA also wants to ensure they provide club … [Read more...]

Market at Old Main replaces Subway and 2mato; Bubble tea station to be added

By Adam Duke Editor in Chief On Aug. 7, The Griffin reported via Twitter that the campus’ Subway and 2mato had closed, much to the dismay of many Canisius students, past and present. “They were very good concepts when we opened them up five years ago,” said John Tychinski, director of dining services at Canisius. “Over the last … [Read more...]

Updates from an adapting administration amidst “right sizing” and decreasing student body

By: Cameron Lareva News Editor Terri Mangione announced her resignation as VP of Student Affairs on August 21, 2018 through an email to students and staff. The email contained a short message from Mangione expressing her remorse over leaving Canisius College saying, “I will always miss Canisius students”. Mangione is continuing her … [Read more...]

Canisius College partners with WeCare to better on-campus shuttle services

By: Michael Berg Assistant News Editor The shuttle system on-campus saw a complete revamp over the summer, to increase ridership, ease of use, and efficiency for Canisius College students. Canisius’ Undergraduate Student Association was the first to hear of a new Canisius shuttle company when VP of Student Affairs Dr. Terri … [Read more...]

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