Water leaks in library causes $7,000 in replacement fees for books lost

Jenna French Griffin Contributor Throughout the semester, the Canisius community might have noticed that down some of the aisles that shelf the books on the upper floor of the Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library have experienced water damage. The damage can be seen on some of the tiles on the ceiling that have turned brown and on … [Read more...]

Sustainable Thanksgiving

Cameron Lareva News Editor Project Conservation club and the USA Sustainability committee co-hosted the annual Sustainable Thanksgiving on Thursday night. The event was free and open to all students. It was hosted in Palisano and provided a wide selection of plant based options that are also sustainable foods. The … [Read more...]

Students becoming frustrated over poor Wifi quality

Michael Berg Assistant News Editor Whether it is attributed to declining enrollment or a lack of funding, it is becoming more and more evident to the student body that the quality of life at Canisius is slowly diminishing. However, the general student population is consistently disappointment with the poor quality of its WiFi … [Read more...]

Two XC runners violate NCAA rules, lose eligibility to run this season

Mike Pesarchick Copy Editor Two Canisius cross-country runners have violated NCAA regulations and are no longer eligible to run this season, a source familiar with the situation told The Griffin Wednesday. Sophomores Emily Scheck and Grace Hausladen both breached NCAA conduct policy regarding the acceptance of gifts, … [Read more...]

Editorial: Immigration Education Done Right

Editorial Staff If you and your family have always lived in the United States of America, as is the case for the vast majority of Canisius students, then immigration might not be something you think about on a regular basis. Sure it’s been a hot topic in the news of late, especially in these years surrounding and following … [Read more...]

Two cross-country runners lose eligibility to run this season

Griffin Staff Report The Griffin will report more on this story as information becomes available. Two Canisius cross-country runners have violated NCAA regulations and are no longer eligible to run this season, a source familiar with the situation told The Griffin. Sophomores Emily Scheck and Grace Hausladen both breached … [Read more...]

Curriculum, campus, and community: Deb Gondek works with USA Sustainability

Jenna French Griffin Contributor Recently, a group of students involved in Canisius’ sustainability efforts met with Deb Gondek, who was hired by Canisius to better the College’s sustainability efforts. The meeting included representatives from Project Conservation, the Zoological Society, Undergraduate Student Association (USA) … [Read more...]

Canisius grad recalls experiences reporting to two American tragedies

Adam Duke Editor-in-Chief Canisius alumnus Richard Cole was in a science class in Horan-O’Donnell when the North Tower of the World Trade Center was struck in 2001. Just days later, he was at Ground Zero, searching for survivors in the rubble. Cole, then a 19-year-old freshman, was a firefighter with the Harris Hill Volunteer Fire … [Read more...]

Election Night at Canisius College

Cameron Lareva News Editor Midterm elections occurred on Tuesday, Nov. 6, and Canisius College saw student organizations support the push for students to vote, and local Buffalo politics play out. Peace Action club hosted an Election Night Gathering on Tuesday night from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The club set up snacks and streamed live … [Read more...]

This Week in Senate Oct 30th

Emyle Watkins Managing Editor This week in the Senate, no students came forward with general concerns, reports included continuations of current initiatives by the senators and representatives, Anime club appealed for $210, and a restructuring of where funds are held for senior happy hour was discussed. President Matthew Smardz … [Read more...]

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