Professor of Communication Studies Charles Wigley III, PhD, gave his expert analysis to The Buffalo News about Wednesday night’s debate for Erie County executive. The debate was between Republican challenger Raymond Walter and Democrat incumbent Mark Poloncarz.
To read the article in its entirety, click here.
Submitted by: Marketing and Communication
This week, Canisius formally kicks off the college’s new marketing campaign – YOU CAN. As we head further into the fall recruitment season, the campaign will introduce Canisius to a new crop of prospective students in our primary recruiting markets of Buffalo and Rochester. YOU CAN will demonstrate the value of a Canisius education by highlighting extraordinary opportunities available here and the successes our students achieve as a result.
The campaign includes outdoor, TV, print and digital ads that will run through the end of November. A key component of the campaign is a series of TV commercials, the first of which begins airing in Buffalo today. Below is a link to a webpage where you can watch the commercial and see examples of other advertising that will run throughout the campaign. We will update the page periodically as new material is created.
On behalf of the Marketing & Communication team, we hope the campus community shares our enthusiasm as we launch this exciting new initiative.
Submitted by Marketing and Communication
The Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice Department will sponsor a lecture by Ryan Trubits ’10 tonight, October 15, in Old Main 223 starting at 6:30 p.m. Trubits’ lecture will expand on exploring career opportunities for anthropology majors.
Students, staff and faculty are all welcome. For more information, contact H. James Birx, PhD, at Ext. 2745 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by: Maureen Kanczak, administrative associate, sociology, anthropology, & CRJ
The Office of Student Life has discontinued the use of the my.canisius portal for Stall Street Journal submissions. Moving forward, please email flyers as attachments to email@example.com by noon on Fridays to appear in the upcoming issue.
Please contact the Office of Student Life at Ext. 8300 if you have any questions.
Submitted by: Beth Crvelin, assistant director, student life
Swim season is upon us. Your men’s and women’s swimmers, under the direction of coach Scott Vanderzell, begin their season this Friday, October 16 against Marist College.
All the action will start at 10:00 a.m. in the ECC pool in downtown Buffalo at the Burt Flickinger Center. Canisius and Marist annually battle it out with Rider University for the top three spots in the conference meet each February.
The Marist women are the preseason choice to defend their conference title, while the Canisius women are picked for third. On the men’s side, Canisius is also picked for third, while the Red Foxes are the preseason #2 selection.
For additional information, visit the new GoGriffs.com web site.
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director, external affairs