Freshman Day of Service

The Freshman Day of Service will take place on April 21st from 9a.m. to 1p.m. at the South End Business District. This is a great opportunity to get community service hours by joining Niagara University's commitment to the revitalization of Niagara Falls. Although this community service is titled "Freshman" day of service, it is inclusive … Continue reading Freshman Day of Service

Lynch Hall incident update

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, NY- On April 9th, University President, James J. Maher, sent out an email updating the students of Niagara University on the incident that occurred in Rev. John Lynch Hall over winter break. On December 27th, a “yellow rope hung in the shape of a noose” was found in the basement of Lynch Hall … Continue reading Lynch Hall incident update

Entertainment Preview

With summer break nearing, new sources of entertainment to pass your newly found free time are needed. Whether it’s movies, music, or TV shows that you can binge watch, there are plenty of things you can use to occupy your time and keep yourself entertained. As far as what's out right now, there are plenty … Continue reading Entertainment Preview

NU’s Got Talent

By Corey Nash and Nora Klinowski   NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, NY-- For NU students, the favorite night of the year comes around mid March, specifically right after spring break. Niagara's Got Talent is a night that students come out to see their fellow classmates perform their hidden talents. The talent show is a fan favorite each … Continue reading NU’s Got Talent

Top 5 places to eat near NU

If you aren't a local student, it may be hard for you to figure out the best places to eat. Of course, it is easy to find chain food restaurants, but it is much more difficult to find small business or rare restaurants, especially coming to an unfamiliar area. This list is composed of unique … Continue reading Top 5 places to eat near NU

The importance of financial aid to students

A few weeks ago, four students form Niagara University traveled to the capitol at Albany, advocating for the continuation of financial aid for independent colleges, specifically representing NU. With the difference in scholarships between public and private schools, it is important to pay close attention to financial aid packages. Personally, my college choice was heavily … Continue reading The importance of financial aid to students

Ways to stay fit in the winter

It always seems as though it’s so much easier to exercise, get a good workout in, and stay healthier overall when there’s warmer weather outside. When it’s nice out, there’s an abundance of options: bike rides, hikes, runs outside, a swim at the beach or pool, etc. When it’s colder out, exercising just feels more … Continue reading Ways to stay fit in the winter

Top 5 Super Bowl Commercials

Aside from the big game, arguably the best part of the Super Bowl is watching the advertisements during the commercial breaks. For Super Bowl 2018, NBC received roughly $5 million per 30 second ad. This year had several notable advertisements, but here are the top five: Jeep Jurassic Park Jeff Goldblum, who starred in the … Continue reading Top 5 Super Bowl Commercials

NU students get involved on campus

By Nora Klinowski NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.--Niagara University’s Gallagher Center hosted the annual spring semester club fair on Jan. 22 and 23. The club fair is an opportunity for all students to get involved on campus and learn more information about the many clubs and opportunities that are offered at NU. Students spoke to club representatives … Continue reading NU students get involved on campus

The Super Bowl recipe you need

With Super Bowl Sunday just around the corner, it’s necessary to have the perfect recipe if you’re hosting or going to a party. It’s always a good idea to have the essentials, like cool themed foods and wings for sure. However it’s fun to have unique football and team themed snacks to impress your guests. … Continue reading The Super Bowl recipe you need