The Canisius men’s and women’s cross-country teams host the annual Little Three Championship tonight, Friday, August 30 at Delaware Park. The women’s race begins at 6:00 p.m. and the men answer the starting gun at 6:40 p.m.
The women have won the past six Little Three Championships, while the men have been victorious in 13 consecutive Little Three races.
Be sure to tune into “Crossroads” this Sunday, September 1 when Canisius President John Hurley sits down with program host Rev. Patrick J. Lynch, SJ, to discuss all things Sesquicentennial.
As the college embarks on its 150th anniversary, President Hurley shares stories that reflect great, long-term vision by the Jesuits and their Canisius collaborators, and offers insight as to what he envisions for the college and its future. He will also discuss details about the year-long celebration of events being planned to commemorate the college’s Sesquicentennial.
“Crossroads” is a monthly radio program produced by the Network of Religious Communities and hosted by Father Lynch, professor emeritus of religious studies and theology. It airs on the first Sunday of each month at 6:00 a.m. on MIX-96 (96.1 FM) and at 6:30 a.m. on JACK-FM (92.9).
If you miss the Sunday, September 1 broadcast, you can catch it starting Monday, September 2 on the CanisiusSoundCloud.
Weekday Masses have resumed at 12:05 p.m. Monday through Friday in Christ the King Chapel. Beginning on Tuesday, September 3, all weekday Masses will be held in the Loyola Hall Chapel. Please make a note of it.
Submitted by: Mike Hayes, director, Campus Ministry
The Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies (ICMS) continues its lifelong learners’ courses with two new courses for the fall. The first, “China and the Silk Roads,” will examine the development of Asian civilizations and their relationships with other parts of Eurasia through the interactions along the Silk Roads. The six-week course, taught by David Deveraux, PhD, professor of history, begins Wednesday, September 4 at 1:00 p.m.
The second course begins Wednesday, October 9 at 5:30 p.m. and is taught by Bridgette Slavin, PhD, assistant professor of the practice of history at Medaille College. This course will explore the cultural, social and political aspects of the Viking Age. Registration is still open for both courses. Find more information on the ICMS website here. Follow ICMS on Facebook and LinkedIn: @ICMSCanisius.
The campus community is invited to attend the Center for Urban Education Educational Equity Symposium on Thursday, October 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center. Keynote speakers John Brittain, professor of law, University of the District of Columbia and Peter Cookson, PhD, senior researcher, Learning Policy Institute, will present and take questions on their recent Learning Policy Institute report entitled, “Sharing the Wealth: How Regional Finance and Desegregation Plans Can Enhance Educational Equity.”
Submitted by: Jeffrey Lindauer, PhD, interim assistant vice president for academic affairs