Select Page

Campus Candid

Robert Prazmark ’75, a global sports and entertainment marketing leader, visited the Golden Griffin Sports Broadcast Center. Prazmark also took the time prior to his talk to tell a few stories from his days at alma mater and what it’s like being back on campus.









Submitted by: Marketing and Communication

Town Hall Meeting

Faculty and staff are invited to attend a Town Hall meeting with President John J. Hurley on Monday, November 23. The meeting will be held in the Grupp Fireside Lounge in the Richard E. Winter Student Center from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

President Hurley will discuss the latest developments at Canisius and take any questions attendees have. As always, questions may be posed at the microphone or may be written down on index cards, which will be collected during the meeting and presented to President Hurley.

Additional Town Hall meetings will be held on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 and Wednesday, April 13, 2016.

Submitted by: Laura Montaro, executive associate to the president

Best Sale of the Year!

Get a jump start on your holiday shopping at the Canisius Bookstore! Starting today, November 17 through tomorrow, November 18, almost everything is 25 percent off! All outerwear, fleeces and all clearance items are 25 percent off!

Stop in to stock up and save! For more information, contact Andrew Thomas at Ext. 2335.

Submitted by: Andrew Thomas, manager, bookstore

International Student Spotlight

During International Education week, the International Student Programs Office will be highlighting some of its bright, talented students.

Our first student is Moyosoreoluwa (Moyo) Folorunsho.

When asked what made her want to study in the United States, her response was:

Magisphere- A society distinguished by its commitment to seeking the magis, characterized by the common aspiration for more or better.

“A Magisphere was what I was looking for when trying to decide which school to attend. My Magisphere was a school where people are not content with being good or being the best so they strive to be better than they already are. It was a community that mirrored my values, one where individuals see the potential for more in every person, thing and situation. Canisius, with its deeply rooted Ignatian values, was my paradigm of this Magisphere.”

Submitted by: Christina Martinez, graduate assistant, international studies