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Jumpsuit Shackle Theatrical Reading

Canisius College Little Theatre presents a theatrical reading of Jumpsuit Shackle on Saturday, January 26, 2013 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.

Click here to learn more about the screenplay, which is written, produced and directed by a Canisius alumna.

Submitted by: Marketing and Communication

Flurry of Griffin Sports Activity This Weekend

The students may be on break, however the Golden Griffin winter athletic teams are into the heart of their schedules. In what amounts to one of the busiest weekends of the year, three teams will play six home games in less than 72 hours beginning January 3.

Pick your sport:

If you like men’s basketball, then Jim Baron’s quintet will host Fairfield Thursday evening at 7 pm and Marist Saturday night, also at 7 pm.

If you prefer to watch the women’s team play then take a lunch break on Friday, bring your earplugs, and enjoy the award winning Kid’s Day at the Koessler. Game time versus Siena is 11 am and 12 local elementary schools are expected to attend. Coach Terry Zeh’s club is also home on Sunday afternoon at 3 pm versus Iona.

And, if you need a hockey fix, then your Griffs step out of league play and battle Bowling Green on Saturday and Sunday (1/5&6) at Noon at the Buffalo State Sports Arena.

Tickets are available for all games by calling 716-888-2885. Or, visit for more information.

Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, athletics

ANGEL Course Merge Requests

Do you want to have your courses merged in ANGEL for the spring 2013 semester? (Merge means that you combine two or more sections of a course into one). If the answer is yes, simply submit an email to and beat the beginning of the semester rush. In the email include the following:

  • Instructor name- first and last (example Happy Winter)
  • Courses to be merged- course code and course number (example EDC 121 and EDC 234)
    If you have any questions, please contact me, Jodi Moore at

Submitted by: Jodi Moore, academic technology specialist, ITS