Women’s Lacrosse: What to expect

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY N.Y., - After an 8-10 season, which included a 5-3 record in the MAAC, the Women's Lacrosse team looks to improve in the 2019 season. The team is very experienced, with 19 returning players, which includes two-time first team all MAAC attacker Rachel MacCheyne, who also earned the distinction as the first All-American … Continue reading Women’s Lacrosse: What to expect

Internships: How do I earn one?

     NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - As college students approach their later years in University, they start to think about the next chapter of their lives. The goal is to build their resumes with as much work experience as possible in order to earn a job in their respective fields of study. The best way to … Continue reading Internships: How do I earn one?

Women’s Basketball struggles out of the gate

The Women's Basketball team started off the season with the hope that despite losing some key players due to graduation, they would see a good deal of success this season. However, reality quickly set in for the Purple Eagles as they have started the season 1-5. Despite the rough start to the season, the Purple … Continue reading Women’s Basketball struggles out of the gate

How IMPACT can further your future

  NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Niagara University has always maintained its pride in the Vincentian tradition, which includes serving the community and helping those less fortunate. But did you know that it can also help further your experience in your field of study? The IMPACT office in Bisgrove Hall can help with just that. While … Continue reading How IMPACT can further your future

Varsity Village house continues to make noise

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Varsity Village House IV, officially delegated as the Social Justice house, has continued their relentless advocation of the biggest social and political issues that are hindering the nation. It looks as though they won't silence themselves anytime soon. Earlier this semester, House IV hung up a banner with the message "slavery never … Continue reading Varsity Village house continues to make noise

Niagara takes down Bonaventure

The Purple Eagles' men's basketball team kicked their season off Monday night with a thrilling 80-72 victory over the St. Bonaventure Bonnies. The clash of Big 4 rivals reeled in crowds by the dozens to witness the showdown. After a shaky first few minutes of the game the team found their rhythm, and fed off … Continue reading Niagara takes down Bonaventure

Student Athlete Profile: Ousmane Diop

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY N.Y.- Very few athletes that start out playing a sport in their teens go on to earn an NCAA Division I scholarship, but that is the case with Ousmane Diop, a freshman on the Niagara University men's basketball team. The 6' 10" forward has had a very unique journey to Niagara. Born in … Continue reading Student Athlete Profile: Ousmane Diop

Father Maher elected to the NCAA Board of Governors

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY N.Y. - Father James J. Maher already had an impressive array of accomplishments before he came to Niagara, but since then he has continued to build his legacy, all while having a strong influence on those around. However, one of his biggest accomplishments to date came earlier this fall. On Sept. 27th, Father … Continue reading Father Maher elected to the NCAA Board of Governors

Buffalo Sabres: what needs to happen

By Alex Bock BUFFALO, N.Y. - While Buffalo sports fans are used to seeing inconsistent play from game to game with the Bills, they're seeing just as much these days from their beloved Sabres. The Sabres are currently 4-4  on the season, and are 6th in the Atlantic Division. After two satisfying wins against the … Continue reading Buffalo Sabres: what needs to happen

Students voice concerns over political prisoners

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - In a world faced with a monumental number of issues, there's one particular issue that is not quite getting the media coverage it deserves. As a result, a few Niagara University students decided to take matters into their own hands. Earlier this semester students in Varsity Village House 4 decided to … Continue reading Students voice concerns over political prisoners