Earth house digs deeper in their views

By: Katherine Snyder NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Recently, the Earth House on campus - Varsity Village house three - went a little outside of the box with a controversial and bold statement. A resident of the house, Judith Hall, read the sexual assault article that myself, Katherine Snyder, had written for Issue 17 of the … Continue reading Earth house digs deeper in their views

How can Niagara University improve?

By: Ava Mrozik NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Delta Epsilon Sigma organized a panel discussion on Nov. 7 addressing how Niagara University can improve both socially and academically. The meeting began with a short explanation from each panel member of how they thought NU could make improvements. The panel members for the discussion were Jason Jakubowski, … Continue reading How can Niagara University improve?

Mental health: bridging the gap

By: Brittany Rosso and Ava Mrozik NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - In a world where core mental health issues are rising each and every day, it is crucial for the Niagara University community to consider beyond the basics of mental health awareness and investigate what can further be done. NU must not only address the basic ways … Continue reading Mental health: bridging the gap

You can Stop the Bleed

By: Ava Mrozik NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- The national awareness campaign, Stop the Bleed, offers training for students, faculty or anyone interested. This training focuses on not only gunshot wounds, but any injury that involves external and profuse bleeding. The training will be held on Nov. 7 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The training includes a … Continue reading You can Stop the Bleed

Time to address the mouse in the room

  By: Sarah Rance NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- Imagine this: your roommate is always getting into your things. They are constantly eating your food and they are filthy. Now imagine your roommate has four legs, a tail and is only a couple inches off the ground. For the residents of Clet Hall, myself included, this is … Continue reading Time to address the mouse in the room

Mysteries on the ridge: St. Vincent’s Hall

By: Madison Ruffo NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. – It’s 10:05 a.m. on a Monday morning. You’re rushing to your class in Vinnie’s because the Tim Horton’s line was too long, but having your morning coffee is worth being a few minutes late. Rather than taking the stairs up to the third floor – which everyone knows … Continue reading Mysteries on the ridge: St. Vincent’s Hall

NUSGA’s new views

By: Alize Rosado NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - As a new school year begins, Niagara University’s Student Government Association, also known as NUSGA, is already working on different events and new improvements to better campus life. NUSGA consists of 36 legislative members and an executive cabinet of seven student leaders representing the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior … Continue reading NUSGA’s new views

Volunteer opportunities for NU students

By: Sarah Rance NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.-Niagara University is proud of the Vincentian values that it was founded upon. As a result, volunteer work is highly encouraged. Some clubs and majors on campus require students and members to obtain a certain amount of volunteer work hours. Some students put off doing this volunteer work, while others … Continue reading Volunteer opportunities for NU students

Statler Hospitality House becomes a home

By: Alize Rosado NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Over the summer big changes were made to on-campus living. One of the biggest changes lies in the formerly-known Varsity Village II house which has been renamed the Statler Hospitality House. Along with its new name comes some new renovations. Improvements to the Statler House include an interior … Continue reading Statler Hospitality House becomes a home