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Buffalo is Named Top City to Host STEM-Focused Summer Camps

The Bookmark, a news website, listed Buffalo as one of the top cities to host STEM-focused summer camps.  The college’s Science Camp was featured as one of “16 Can’t-Miss STEM Summer Camps for 2017.” Cities were chosen based on safety and proximity to transportation and camps were chosen for their impressive STEM programs.

Read more here: 16 Can’t-Miss STEM Summer Camps for 2017

Submitted by:  College Communications

Men’s Lacrosse Game Moved to Rochester

Due to the heavy snow earlier this week, the men’s lacrosse home-opener on Saturday, March 18, is moved to the Pinnacle Complex in Rochester. The Griffs game versus Marist, originally scheduled for the Demske Sports Complex at noon, will now be played at 8:30 p.m. in Rochester. Tickets are $7 each.

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

Canisius College Video Institute Film Screening

On Monday, March 27, at 7:00 p.m. in the Grupp Fireside Lounge, the Canisius College Video Institute will screen the student-produced documentary “A Path Toward Equality: The Dalit People of India.” The film was created by Michael Compton ’17, while on a service trip with campus ministry during summer 2016. The documentary focuses on the daily lives and struggles of the people who are Dalit—a general classification for the “untouchables,” those who are oppressed within India’s traditional caste system.

Admission is free and will include the documentary screening followed by a panel discussion and refreshments. For more information, please contact Jamie O’Neil, associate professor of communication studies, at or 716-888-2115.

Submitted by: Sarah Seiler, graduate assistant, Communication Studies