"Here's to strong women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them." This is the advice these amazing individuals on campus have for young women. Averal Harbin: Stay true to yourself, continue to support one another and build on the people who have helped us in the past. Dr. Teresa:… Continue reading WE CAN DO IT : Women’s Month
Hope. We live in a time where everyone is so fearful of the future, but we don't have to be. These photos are taken of students before and during their discussion of what they hope for their futures.
By Brittany Rosso NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- How many times in one week do you find yourself stepping on beer cans, chip and candy wrappers, empty cigarette cartons, fast food packaging or other garbage in the O’Shea lot? I sure cannot validate a reason or come to gather myself as to why this is a weekly… Continue reading Exposing environmental disasters on campus
Before an electric speech, Ruby Bridges discusses her past and what she hopes for the future By Gabrielle Jackson NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - In November of 1960, a young girl became the first Black child to desegregate an all-white elementary school. She was escorted by four federal marshals at the request of the President, and… Continue reading Ruby Bridges sits with the Niagara Wire
Is one better than the other? Vanessa Arieno We can all agree Uber is one of the best things to happen to NU students in a long time: but should we be signed up for Lyft instead? Uber is clearly the original company for driving services but the truth is one isn’t better than the… Continue reading Uber v. Lyft
Niagara Falls has exhausted all options Nico Santangelo I’m usually on the other end of the paper. I prefer to write hard news, and leave my opinion out of it. With the latest Niagara Falls news to drop, however, I feel the need to put my two cents in. Mayor Paul Dyster is proposing a… Continue reading By our teeth
Ferrah Staley and Gabrielle Jackson Our country has a long history of slavery, racism, domestic terrorism, and division. Each one has affected Black Americans for many generations emotionally, physically, and psychologically. What most people are afraid to face is that these acts and perspectives are still alive and well today. It is so prominent that… Continue reading Niagara Wire receives letter from KKK