Canisius President John J. Hurley was one of several college and university presidents recently interviewed by The Buffalo News about plans for face-to-face classes in the fall. President Hurley spoke about scenario planning on campus and what students should expect when classes resume. Click here to read the full story.
Also, Business First reported on the college’s transfer of ownership of two college-owned houses at 6 and 16 Glendale Place to Zambito Realtors. Canisius purchased a vacant home at 64 Florida Street from Zambito’s 64 Florida Trust.
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Public Safety Director Kim Beaty participated in a live panel discussion hosted by WKBW-TV Channel 7 on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. The half-hour special, titled “Buffalo Strong Conversations: Perspective on Racial Tension in WNY,” featured discussions with several religious leaders, local law enforcement and public safety experts who addressed concerns and proposed solutions to the local and national reaction to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Click here to watch the program.
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