Brian Mazurowski, anchor of WBEN-AM Radio 930, interviewed Robert A. Klump, director of the Raichle Pre-Law Center, about the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg on this morning’s news program. To listen to the interview, Click here, and then scroll to the bottom of the page to “A New Morning with Susan Rose and Brian Mazurowski.” The interview begins at approximately 7:07 a.m. Klump notes that Canisius hosted the Supreme Court Justice in 1990, as part of the Raichle Lecture Series. At the time, Justice Ginsburg was on the D.C. Circuit.
Buffalo News reporter Dave Robinson interviewed Assistant Professor of Economics Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD. Golbiewski discussed the slowing job recovery in WNY, especially with capacity limits still in place at many businesses, such as restaurants and gyms, and others that involve large gatherings. Click here to read the article.
The Student Programming Board (SPB) welcomed back old and new students, last Thursday, September 3, when it partnered with U.S.A.’s Student Interests Committee to host the first “Thursdays in the Quad” of the semester!
Mom Said No, a local Western New York band, performed while students enjoyed the warm weather, food trucks and received free water bottles.
Erik Brady, a 1976 graduate of Canisius College, chronicled the story of Rev. Henry Behrens, one of the college’s founding fathers, in the September 5 edition of The Buffalo News. The article, written to commemorate the college’s sesquicentennial, tells how Father Behrens arrived in Buffalo in 1872 as the second president of Canisius.
To read the full article about Father Behren’s impact while at Canisius, click here.
WalletHub featured Economics and Finance Professor Steven Gattuso in a recent piece about Capital One balance transfer credit cards. To read his recent contribution, click here.
Canisius athletic director, Bill Maher, spoke with The Buffalo News about the college’s four-phase resocialization plan to incorporate its athletes into activities as they return to campus. Phase one is set to begin in the next two weeks with September 14 as a target date for starting organized team activities. Click here to read the full article.
The Student Programming Board (SPB) continued its Welcome Week festivities last night! SPB set up in the Quad and handed out Canisius blankets and pre-packaged Build-A-Buddy kits for students to make. Students also enjoyed dinner from Lloyd Taco truck and the Ice Cream “Men.”
Canisius College Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Daniel A. Dentino, PhD, spoke with The Buffalo News about the college’s five confirmed Covid-19 cases, all of them involving students who live off campus. Four of the students who tested positive already have been cleared to return to campus.