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Campus Candids

Canisius students make sandwiches for the “Sunday Sandwich and Spirituality Ministry.” Each week Canisius students prepare and serve sandwiches, refreshments and cookies to Buffalo’s homeless population.

Submitted by: Joe Van Volkenburg, assistant to the director, Campus Ministry

Special Screening of Olmsted’s Enduring Legacy Tonight

You are invited to join President Hurley for a special screening of Olmsted’s Enduring Legacy tonight  (Tuesday, April 22) at 7 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.

The documentary explains Frederick Law Olmsted’s concept for the first urban park system in the United States, which was created here in Buffalo in 1869. The film will be broadcast on WNED as part of the Designing America Series.

Come learn more about Buffalo’s Historic Olmsted Parks System, including Cazenovia Park, Delaware Park, Front Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Riverside Park and South Park.  The event is co-hosted by the college’s Environmental Studies Program. A reception will follow the screening.

Submitted by Public Relations

Baseball Hosts Youngstown on Wednesday

Your Canisius baseball team plays host to Youngstown State at 3 p.m. Wednesday afternoon in a non-conference tilt. The game will be played at the Demske Sports Complex and features the Golden Griffins with a 22-14 record against the Penguins with an 8-24 mark. Records are prior to games being played on Tuesday.

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 Submitted by: John Maddock, associate director, Athletics

Quadrangle Unveiling

On Friday, April 25 at 6 p.m. in the Grupp Fireside Lounge, Quadrangle, the Canisius College literary and visual arts magazine, will unveil its 2014 issue.

The event will include a display of art work, selected readings and a reception.

This year’s issue of Quadrangle, which is now in its 62nd year, features poetry, prose and artwork from dozens of members of the Canisius community. The magazine, led this year by co-editors Sam Cochrane ‘14 and Victoria Niedzielski ’14 and designer Kelly Hennigan ‘14, is entirely student edited and features a hand, letterpressed cover created at the Western New York Book Arts Center.

Submitted by: Mick Cochrane, professor, English