Grateful Grind Coffee: An alternative to Elmwood cafes

By Steph Wetzel Assistant Features Editor Elmwood Avenue and Hertel Avenue are two streets that are very popular, especially for college students who are looking to get out with their friends and avoid stressing about school. However, there are several places that are well suited for college students on Main Street as well. One of … [Read more...]

Not only “what” will our graduating Griffs be, but also “why?”

By Sydney Bucholtz Features Editor Emeritus One minute, you’re seven and sitting in a miniature desk fantasizing about being a fashion designer or a firefighter when Ms. Whatsername asks what you want to be, and the next, you’re a college senior, graduating in half a month, fantasizing about having the motivation to finish your next … [Read more...]

Sig Ep raises money and awareness with dodgeball tournament

Eisa Hashmi Features Contributor This Saturday, April 28, Sig Ep is offering Canisius students a unique opportunity to raise money and awareness for a good cause while having fun. Sig Ep will be hosting the first ever “Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive, and Donate” dodgeball tournament to raise money for local and national charities in the main … [Read more...]

Vibrant and new, Quadrangle 66 has arrived

Abby Wojcik Features Editor Quadrangle 66 is finally here and ready for fresh eyes to appreciate its colorful artwork, photography, poetry and prose work. This past Wednesday, the drastically new edition of Quadrangle was unveiled in Grupp to the crowd of Canisius’ literary community and supporters. Contributors and staff of the … [Read more...]

Highlighting the annual Global Fest

By Sheena Segun-Oye Features Contributor Having reached our maximum study capacity with finals coming up and impatiently waiting for the warm, clean air, everyone looks forward to events on campus that will provide a well deserved break while still being engaged. Global Fest, which took place on the evening of April 17 on the … [Read more...]

Stumble along to Little Theatre’s final production of the year: The Drowsy Chaperone

By Eisa Hashmi Features Contributor This weekend Canisius’ Little Theatre will be putting on a musical unlike any other. The Drowsy Chaperone is a unique musical that travels back to the Roaring Twenties to draw inspiration, paying homage to that great era of musical theatre while also poking fun at it’s common tropes and now cliche … [Read more...]

City Spotlight: New bike themed craft store, Kickstand Crafts

Abby Wojcik Assistant Features Editor In a time when people are buying everything from their toilet paper to their clothing on Amazon, a store has emerged that values uniqueness and community collaboration to combat the monopoly of mass corporation. Kickstand Crafts is a new bike-themed craft store located on Main Street of East … [Read more...]

Cooking Club promotes conscientious eating

By Steph Wetzel Features Contributor Cooking Club hosted an event this past Monday in honor of the upcoming Earth Day. They prepared healthy, vegan meals for themselves to enjoy afterwards. Cooking Club does not host events like this often; they usually meet twice a month to prepare a meal and share it together. This gives the … [Read more...]

10 newcomers in country music you need to know

By Joe Kraus Features Contributor We all know the current superstars on today’s country music landscape: from Jason Aldean and Blake Shelton; to Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert; to Zac Brown Band and Lady Antebellum. However, there is a new generation of country music paving the way for the future of the genre. If you’re … [Read more...]

Rifle Team brings home high ranks in NRA Nationals

By Sydney Bucholtz Features Editor Through three years of honing their skills together and growing as a team and individually, the Canisius Rifle Team’s core, dedicated students experienced a significant payoff at their recent Nationals competition. Before these students had the chance to relax over Spring Break, they were among 90 … [Read more...]


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