Which of Canisius’ varsity athletic teams has scored the most victories, since Title IX went into effect in 1972?
a. Men’s basketball
b. Women’s basketball
Submit your answers on the college’s Facebook page.
Submitted by: Marketing and Communication
Come hear the Canisius students perform alongside faculty members at the Student/Faculty recital on Sunday, November 4 at 2:30 PM in Christ the King Chapel. This performs highlights the music of well known composers Bach, Brahms, Elga, Haydn and Mozart as well as music of film composer Erich Korngold and more! There is a great mix of performers, from vocal works to solo piano, violin and piano to duets for 2 French horns and 2 oboes. This concert is free and open to the pubic. For more information visit www.canisius.edu/artscanisius or call the Fine Arts Office at x2542.
Submitted by: Ellen Barnum, ArtsCanisius co-director
Tune in to “Crossroads” radio program on Sunday, November 4, to hear from Canisius’ director of community based learning, Sister Patricia Brady.
Sister Pat will discuss the history of her order, the Sisters of St. Mary of Namur, and share some of her experiences as a nun. She will also talk about community based learning and initiatives underway at Canisius.
“Crossroads” airs on Sundays at 6:00 a.m. on WJYE (96.1 FM) and at 6:30 a.m. on WBUF (92.9 FM).
The program can also be heard in its entirety, beginning November 5, on the college’s iTunes site.
Beginning on Monday November 5 Canisius will host 20 Physical Education teachers from Shanghai, China for a customized seven-week training program conducted by faculty in the Kinesiology Department. These are adult students who are full-time teachers in the Shanghai schools. Their program includes instruction from our faculty, visits to cooperating schools, attending the New York State conference for Physical Education and Health teachers, and attending college and professional cultural and sports events such as Canisius athletics, the Buffalo Bills vs.St. Louis Rams, and the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Philadelphia 76ers. The students will be residing in Desmond Hall on Jewett Parkway but will be taking their meals at our dining facilities on campus and will participate in other events as they wish. Their classes will be in the Koessler Athletic Center. Kinesiology faculty members Jeffrey Lindauer PhD and Clancy Seymour have organized this unique experience for the Chinese educators. If you happen to encounter any of these students, please do not hesitate to welcome them to Canisius.
Submitted by: Jerry Neuner, PhD, associate vice president, academic affairs