Start your holiday shopping on Thursday and Friday, November 14 and 15, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the vestibule of Old Main.
Canisius Enactus is selling a variety of products handmade by its many project clients. Selections include totes, purses, throw pillows, crocheted ribbon necklaces, glassware made from recycled bottles, pictures frames made from reclaimed wood, and a variety of knitted items – scarves, headbands, gators and hats. All proceeds support Enactus clients and the Buffalo community.
Submitted by Patricia Hutton, professor of Economics, Enactus Faculty Advisor, Department of Economics & Finance
Your Canisius volleyball team hosts its final two games of the season this weekend with 1 p.m. contests scheduled in the KAC for Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday’s contest versus Quinnipiac is being billed as President’s Day with John Hurley attending and sitting with freshmen students. All first-year students received a special invitation to the contest and all will receive a t-shirt upon arrival and a ticket for complimentary pizza following the match.
Members of the Dance Griffs and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will provide face painting for all students and distribute Golden Griffin tattoos.
Sunday’s match versus Fairfield is Senior Day with the following student-athletes playing their final game for the Blue & Gold – Sydney Palka, Jessica Warner, Emily Elek and Roxanne Hernandez.
For additional information, visit gogriffs.com.
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, Athletics
Richard Brewer, individual consultant for TIAA CREF, will be on campus, Wednesday, November 20 and Tuesday, December 2 in the Student Center Conference Room for individual counseling sessions. He will meet with individuals to review and discuss current investments, answer questions, and review their options to help meet retirement goals.
To make an appointment, contact the TIAA CREF Service and Scheduling Group at 1-800-732-8353.
For more information, please contact Dawn Rotterman at Ext. 3151.
Submitted by: Dawn Rotterman, human resources associate, Human Resources
It is with deep concern that we write to you today for the Victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda (“Haiyan”). You probably all have seen the pictures on the news of the disaster at this point and so we would like to take the time to ask for your assistance for the Philippine Province of the Society of Jesus who are coordinating relief efforts there.
It has been said that this is the worst natural calamity ever to strike the Philippines. The death toll will be over 10,000 and nearly 3 million families have been effected.
In particular, our Jesuit community there has a deep connection with Canisius. We recently sent students on a summer immersion experience where some opted to stay and Study Abroad at the Ateneo de Manilla for the fall semester. We also sent a group of faculty to the Ateneo for nearly two weeks, including President Hurley, for an engaged and meaningful conversation with the faculty there.
Campus Ministry will be taking up a special collection for the Philippine Jesuit Foundation this weekend at masses to help with the cause. We’d also like to request donations from the faculty and staff which you can offer by dropping donations off in the Campus Ministry Office in OM 207 or by simply going to the Philippine Jesuit website and making your tax-deductible donation there.
Fr. Anthony F. Moreno, S.J., the provincial of the Jesuits in the Philippines, also offered these words on the aftermath of the disaster, click here.
We hope that you can assist our friends and colleagues in the Philippines with a small donation at this time of great need. On a personal note, two of my college roommates are from Manila and while they are safe, they do have family for whom they are concerned at this time. We appreciate your consideration:
To Donate, click here.
Submitted by: Mike Hayes, director of Campus Ministry