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Canisius Partners with PS #17 to Get Fit

Physical education majors teach elementary school children how to be more active during the school day. 


Canisius to Host Sixth Annual Ignatian Scholarship Day

Canisius will hold its sixth annual Ignatian Scholarship Day on Friday, April 19 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.


Canisius Announces New Partnership With Kings Pathways

The University 1+3 partnership program provides international students opportunity to complete a U.S. degree program in four years.


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Robert D. Gioia to Receive Distinguished Citizen Achievement Award

Canisius Board of Regents recognizes one of the region's most engaged and influential leaders.


Canisius to Host Open House April 27

Open House for prospective undergraduate students will be held on Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.


Prestigious Fulbrights Awarded

Canisius Students Eric Mietz ’13 and Jonathan Beck ’13 and alumna Kaela Glenn '11 Receive Fulbright Scholarships.


Canisius Students Perform in Giselle

Taylor Schupp '13, Laura Schrader '13 and Makenzie Tierney '16 to join Neglia Ballet artists and members of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra


Memorial Set for Broadcasting Pioneer

Canisius College to host memorial service for the late Frederick A. Keller. 


Pope Francis Popular Among U.S. Catholics

Pope Francis receives favorable ratings among Catholics in America. 


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