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Milestones on Main Street: Question of the Day

English Professor and Lowery Writer-in-Residence Mick Cochrane recently authored his fourth book, Fitz, which is also his first young adult novel. Can you guess which of the books below were also authored by Cochrane

a. Flesh Wounds
b. Mending Skins
c. Sport
d. The Girl Who Threw Butterflies

Submit your answer on the college’s Facebook page.

Bonus: Everyone who answers today’s question will be entered in a random drawing to receive Chartwell’s Bucks, good at any dining location on campus!

Submitted by:  Marketing and Communication

Project Management Basics Courses offered to college community

CPD is once again opening up enrollment to our Project Management Basics Certification course to all Canisius College faculty and staff at no charge. Project management provides value to organizations facing pressures to complete efforts “faster, better, cheaper”. This one day workshop is on Wednesday, February 27 from  9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at our training facility in Amherst. To register please contact Blake Carbone, CPD coordinator at

Submitted by: Blake Carbone, coordinator, Center for Professional Development

Hockey Hosts Holy Cross This Weekend

Can you believe only six points separate 2nd place from 10th place in Atlantic Hockey? Right in the thick of that race are your Griffs and their opponent this weekend, Holy Cross. With only 10 games remaining, every game, and every point, is crucial.

Canisius hosts the Crusaders on Saturday at 3 pm and Sunday at 2 pm (that’s a change from the original schedule) at the Buffalo State Sports Arena. New Era caps will be given away on Sunday.

For more information, visit

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

Western NY Campus Law Enforcement Meeting

A meeting was hosted this morning by Gary M. Everett and Canisius College Public Safety- The WNY Campus Law Enforcement Administrators Consortium. The key speakers were from the FBI, NYS Police and Central Police Services. Topics of discussion included bomb threat assessment /response and police training opportunities for public safety officers. Campus police from 15 college and university public safety departments and five police depts. attended.

Submitted by:  Gary M. Everett, director, public safety