The Canisius Math Circle is a chance for students in the Buffalo community from grades 5-12 to visit campus and explore their passion for math.
The Department of Religious Studies and the Borders & Migrations Initiative present Chicago Católico: Making Catholic Parishes Mexican.
Canisius College Fall Open Houses are opportunities for students and families to experience Canisius as they engage in the college search and application process.
The Fitzpatrick Institute for Political Leadership sponsors a series of lectures by distinguished Catholic university presidents. This Lecture is a part of the Sesquicentennial Year Serie
A report by Vicki Ross and Marie Schuster on their experiences challenging the US embargo this summer with Pastors for Peace.
Anthony Ray Hinton, author of "The Sun Does Shine," tells his story on death row as an innocent man and how he never lost hope of being released from prison for a crime he did not commit.
ArtsCanisius BPO Connection Informally Formal recital with Amy Glidden, Associate Concertmaster of the BPO.
The Fitzpatrick Institute for Political Leadership sponsors a series of lectures by distinguished Catholic university presidents.
Sally Rooney is the author of two novels: Conversations with Friends, which earned her The Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, and Normal People, which was named Watersones’ Book of the Year and the Costa Book Award, and is being adapted by Hulu as a 12-episode television series.
Ignatian Scholarship Day is an opportunity for every student to submit accomplished work from the current or previous semester for exhibit, presentation or performance in a conference environment s