Interesting classes to take this spring

By: Hugh Brown NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Spring semester is around the corner, and it’s almost time to meet with advisors to make up spring schedules. Next semester, Niagara University is offering a number of courses not previously offered in the fall, and some only offered once every few years. For English requirements, Dr. Daniel … Continue reading Interesting classes to take this spring

Taking that extra step

By: Ava Mrozik NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Motivating yourself to get out of your comfort zone can be tough. It takes a lot of courage to take that extra step and to expand further. Your first instinct is to avoid that one thing that you have never tried or given yourself a chance to truly … Continue reading Taking that extra step

NU increases study abroad opportunities

  By: Nastassja Posso NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- Departments all across Niagara University are providing many opportunities for students that are interested in studying abroad this upcoming spring. Some of the courses will count as three credit hours and there will be one academic excursion with the purpose of traveling and learning about the history and … Continue reading NU increases study abroad opportunities

Ethics in Medicine and Healthcare

By: Liam Cuddy NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Niagara University’s newest program, Ethics in Medicine and Healthcare, is proving to be a success when it comes to furthering the students' and faculties' knowledge of real medical and healthcare dilemmas. Dr. James Delaney, professor of Philosophy and the Ostapenko Center's endowed Director of Professional Ethics, has brought … Continue reading Ethics in Medicine and Healthcare

Addressing the O’Shea parking controversy

By: Sarah Rance NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Parking has been an ongoing issue for college campuses across the country. It is a never-ending battle over the best parking spaces in the best parking lots. The O’Shea parking lot here at Niagara is not any different. This semester, when commuters went to register their vehicles with … Continue reading Addressing the O’Shea parking controversy

Commuters hike further for parking

By: Ava Mrozik NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- After hearing from Campus Safety that commuters can no longer park in the O’Shea parking lot, there have been many opinions around campus. I, a commuter here at NU, went to the Campus safety building on Aug. 27 - the first day of classes - to receive my parking … Continue reading Commuters hike further for parking

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