Soup with Substance MLK program speaker Lana Benatovich, president of National Federation for Just Communities of WNY, at February 5, 2014 noon time program in Grupp Fireside Lounge.
Submitted by: Kathleen Mathews, administrative associate, ALANA Student Center
Dr. Michael Noonan proudly presents the latest film production of the Canisius Ambassadors for Conservation (CAC). Forest Secrets Science and Soul will premiere tonight February 7 at 5 p.m. in the Regis Room. The event is free and open to the public.
From outer space, our planet looks like a giant blue marble. But it is a marble that is also washed in green. Join us as we celebrate the marvelous ecosystems that make up the world’s great forests. They moderate our climates, sequester our carbon, and recharge our atmosphere. They envelope the earth, and we should be so grateful that it is so. Our film explores hidden secrets from the forest floor to the canopy, and from the tropics to the taiga.
Submitted by: Dr. Michael Noonan, professor of biology and chair of animal behavior, ecology and conservation
Your Canisius men’s basketball team completes its weekend series against the conference heavyweights with a 2 p.m. game Sunday afternoon against Iona. The Gaels enter weekend play tied with your Griffs for first place in the MAAC.
Aside from the game which will feature two of the highest scoring teams in the league, Canisius will also induct five individuals and one team into its Sports Hall of Fame. Highlighting the ceremonies will the awarding of the first-ever Father Dugan award to Dr. Keith Stube. Father Dugan will be present at the ceremonies.
Also being inducted are Derrick Bishop (hockey), Brian Dux (basketball), Mark Miyashita (lacrosse), Jill Wright (synchronized swimming) and the 1994 Golden Griffin softball team. An 11 a.m. brunch at the Montante Cultural Center will precede the halftime ceremonies at the game.
In order to attend the brunch and game, please call 888-2703. For additional information, visit gogriffs.com
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, Athletics
Catch the Griffin Fever! Don’t miss this weekend’s basketball games.
Friday, February 7
Women’s Basketball vs. Niagara at 4:00 p.m.
Men’s Basketball vs. Manhattan at 7:00 p.m.
(free T-Shirts for all fans)
Sunday, February 9
Men’s Basketball vs. Iona at 2:00 p.m.
(Hall of Fame Game)
Tickets are available for free for all games in the Office of Student Affairs, on a first come first serve basis. Go Griffs!
Submitted by: Matt Mulville, associate dean/director, Residence Life
Canisius is in the midst of facing Niagara in men’s basketball, women’s basketball and ice hockey. Just as our student-athletes are challenging one of their greatest rivals on the court and on the ice, we challenge the Canisius community to support our students in the game and in the classroom. See who has already has stepped up to the challenge and learn more at www.canisius.edu/beatniagara
Submitted by: The Office of Alumni Engagement, The Canisius Fund, Athletics