It’s beginning to look a lot like Griffmas on the Canisius campus! On Wednesday night, members of the Student Programming Board lit this 20 foot, Frasier Fir Christmas tree that now stands tall in Bart Mitchell Quad. The annual tree lighting event also included student carolers and hot cocoa for all.
Thanks to President Steve Stoute and his Christmas elves for helping to ‘flip the switch’ on this year’s beautiful Christmas tree.
This year’s tree came from the Arboretum on the Blue Hill, in Springville NY.
The multimedia organization Big Think interviewed Philosophy Professor Philip Reed, PhD, about his newly-published research, “Discrimination Against the Dying.”
Originally published in the Journal of Medical Ethics, Reed’s research argues that discrimination against the dying is a unique and important kind of discrimination that differs from discrimination against the old (ageism) and the disabled (ableism).
Click here to read the story published by Big Think. The article was published alongside six commentaries, with a response by Reed.
WKBW-TV Channel 7 interviewed James Nowak for a December 5 story about the upcoming changes coming to FAFSA. The associate director of enrollment and financial aid outlined what students can expect with the new streamlined application process, as well as those changes that may impact students’ eligibility for financial aid. Click here to watch the story.
Robert Klump was interviewed on WBEN-AM Radio 930’s “Hardline” program December 3. The Raichle Pre-Law Center director and adjunct professor of political science provided insight about the life and legacy of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Click hereto listen to the story.
Chartwells’ newest green dining options are garnering attention in the foodservice industry. Food Management and Food Service Direct both reported on Canisius’ eco-sustainable initiatives in their latest issues.
This Sunday, December 3, begins the four weeks of Advent, a period of spiritual preparation and celebration of Christ’s birth.
Canisius’ faith community invites all to observe this sacred season during a series of Sunday worships at Christ the King Chapel, which will include the lighting of the Advent Wreath, the blessing of the Manger and a children’s nativity.