Rev. Msgr. Robert Zapfel, chair, corporate members board/Bishop’s Representative for Healthcare, Diocese of Buffalo; blesses the Catholic Health Innovation Center at Canisius College on the third floor of Science Hall on Tuesday, September 10.
Members of the Canisius community and Catholic Health employees gathered on Tuesday, September 10 for the blessing of the Catholic Health Innovation Center on the third floor of Science Hall. President John Hurley offered remarks, during which he recounted the history of Science Hall. Rev. Thomas Slon, S.J., rector of the Jesuit community, gave the gospel reading. After the blessing, guests enjoyed refreshments at a reception.
President John Hurley gives his remarks regarding the partnership between Canisius College and Catholic Health.
Students and faculty mingle at the Classics Tea@2 on Friday, September 6.
Classics Tea@2 is a relaxed get together that involves eating pastries, drinking copious amounts of various teas and enjoying good conversation. Normally, Classics Tea@2 is held in the new Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies (ICMS) reading room in OM 418, but it was moved to the fourth floor Commons so the ICMS room could begin its upgrade to an enjoyable gathering space.
A reminder that the Classics Tea@2 this Friday, September 13 is cancelled. Join us instead for ICMS’s Tea & Talk in Grupp Fireside Lounge that day at 2 p.m. Classics Tea@2 will pick up again next week on September 20. See you there!
Submitted by: College Communications