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Canisius Student Receives Gilman Scholarship

Alexander Vandenbergh will study abroad to investigate the economic and political differences between the United States and Brazil.


Canisius Offers Programs for Non-Profits

The Canisius College Center for Professional Development will offer three courses for leaders in not-for-profit organizations.


Tropical Investigation

Canisius ABEC Students Discover Wonders of the Hawaiian Island Ecosystems


Young Alumni Commit To One Year Of Post-Graduate Service Work

Seventeen members of the Canisius College Class of 2012 have committed to one year of post-graduate service work in various cities and communities across the country.


Griffs Rally to Post Statement Win

The men’s basketball team, already off to its best start in more than 40 years, defeated highly regarded Temple in Philadelphia Wednesday night. Next up is a Saturday night road game at 21st-ranked UNLV.


Financial Market Lab Re-Opens for Business

Canisius invests $400,000 in expansion and renovation project.


Griffs, Barons Garner National Attention

At 6-1, the men's basketball team is off to its best start in 39 years. The Golden Griffins, who play No. 4-ranked Syracuse this Saturday, are led by a father-son combination that's featured on CBSSports.com.


Santa Claus - The Image of a Tradition

Frank Riga, PhD, emeritus professor of English, has conducted extensive research into the origins of Santa Claus, including how Santa’s look has evolved into the big, jolly man in the red suit.


Men's Basketball Rumbles Past Bulls

The Griffins score win before a sellout crowd in the Koessler Athletic Center. 


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