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The Canisius College ALANA Art Project program is coordinated through the ALANA Student Center by way of student leadership. Created to enrich the campus by commissioning original cross-cultural paintings to be exclusively on display at Canisius, this effort serves as a symbol of the college’s investment toward pluralism through the arts.


Each original painting took two years of non-stop student leadership. As a result, four original works that are on permanent display in the college’s Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library, in the stairwell and study areas near the lower level of the library.

Commissioned by the Canisius College Latino/a Art Committee and the Friends of the Office of Multicultural Programs, With the Same Rhythm (Con el Mismo Ritmo), reflects elements of the Latino/a culture.

Click here to see and read about the collection.

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Campus Candid II


Crosswalk warning lights are now in place leading across Jefferson to Science Hall. Once the button is pressed, lights flash to warn cars of pedestrians crossing the way between Hughes and Blaine Avenues.


Thank you to to Mayor Byron Brown and Steve Stepniak, commissioner of public works, parks and streets who were instrumental in the installation.

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Canisius in the News

President John Hurley discussed private education on the r-house Radio Show with host Peter Hunt.

The r-house Radio Show is a weekly program on WBEN NewsRadio 930. Its content features a variety of compelling topics with a focus on local events and issues.

To listen to the interview, click here.

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The Dome Returns to Daily Publication

The Dome will return to its daily publication schedule on the first day of classes, Monday, August 29. Information on events happening on campus and other news can be found in your inbox each morning.

If you would like to submit articles to The Dome, visit here. A reminder that all submissions must be in by 2:00 p.m. the previous day.

We also encourage faculty, staff and students to take photos and submit them to our popular Campus Candids section. Snap photos at special events or around campus – we want to share your photos!

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Retired Faculty and Staff Luncheon


Pictured (l-r): Mary Lu Littlefield, retired director of publications, Jane Cary, PhD, professor emeritus of fine arts/music and Patty Grasso, retired executive associate for residence life.

President John Hurley joined more than 70 retired faculty and staff members to share Canisius memories at the second annual Retired Faculty and Staff Luncheon. The event was held on Thursday, August 18 in the Montante Cultural Center.

View more photos of the luncheon here.

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