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Canisius in the News II

Mike Haseslwerdt, PhD, professor of political science, discusses Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s comments on ‘phony polls’ on Time Warner Cable News. The story also aired on Time Warner’s Capitol Tonight.

Click here to watch the video.

Submitted by: College Communications

Huge Game on Tap for Women’s Soccer

The Canisius women’s soccer team clinched a spot in the 2016 MAAC Championships over the weekend and now have their sights set on hosting a first round game this Saturday, October 29. For that to happen, the Griffs need to knock off Siena Wednesday, October 26 at the Demske Sports Complex at 4:00 p.m. Siena currently sits in second place in the MAAC with a 7-2 league mark, while your Griffs are 5-4 in conference action.

In addition to defeating Siena, the Griffs also need Quinnipiac and Marist to either tie or lose on Wednesday afternoon.

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Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director, external affairs

American Marketing Association Buffalo Shirt Sale

The Canisius College American Marketing Association (CCAMA) attends the National Collegiate Marketing Conference each spring in New Orleans, LA.  Members participate in several competitions and workshops to help build their marketing and business knowledge. CCAMA not only brings several awards home each year, including best videos in social impact competitions but placed first overall for the past four years!

CCAMA is currently selling long-sleeved and short-sleeved Buffalo-themed shirts for $20 until Monday, October 31 to help offset the cost of travel for students. This year we have a single design consisting of the Buffalo skyline, 716 in roman numerals and in the Zubaz pattern. We have three different color options for the Sabres, Bills and Bandits!

In addition, CCAMA is recognized as an outstanding chapter for its performance on and off campus. CCAMA completes community service with Camp Good Days and the Ronald McDonald House.  On campus, CCAMA provides members with opportunities to grow professionally. Those opportunities include tours of local businesses and workshops.

It is important for CCAMA to attend the National Conference because the experiences give members opportunities for success outside of Buffalo through networking, cultural diffusion and individual growth. The conference also allows for Canisius College to gain a national recognition for its business and marketing abilities.

CCAMA fundraises throughout the year to support students hoping to travel.  Supporting CCAMA will increase their chances to bring as many dedicated members to the conference as possible and bring home first place yet again!

Visit the shop tab on to make your purchase and help bring CCAMA to New Orleans! The orders will arrive at the CCAMA clubroom within the first two weeks of November. Look out for an email from CCAMA to know when you can come pick up your order!

Submitted by: Beth Crvelin, assistant director, Student Life

Adobe Software License Changes for Faculty and Staff

Canisius College has entered into a new three-year license agreement with NorthEast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) for the Adobe Creative Cloud software.  This includes software such as Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Premiere.  This new agreement comes with many new features including 20GB of online storage for projects, access to font libraries and stock graphics and online portfolios.

A full description of the software titles and features is available here.

Access to the new licenses is limited and users must have an Adobe ID associated with their Canisius email address. Instructions are provided on this wiki page.

Existing licenses for the Adobe Creative Cloud software will expire in mid-November.  If you currently have it installed, you must follow the instructions on the wiki page in order to retain access to your software.  If you do not have any of the Adobe software currently installed but would like access, please follow the same instructions on the wiki page.

Submitted by: Scott Clark, director of user services, ITS