Graham wins

By: Alex BockNIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- The votes are in and Nick Graham, a junior finance major, has been elected as the new student-body president for the 2019-2020 academic year."Never did I imagine I'd be doing this," Graham stated when discussing his journey in NUSGA since freshman year. "I went to one of the interest meetings … Continue reading Graham wins

Student-leaders form new club: NUEJAC

By: Alex Bush,co-president of NUEJAC NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - The Niagara University Equality, Justice, and Activism Coalition, known as NUEJAC (new-jack) was formed in the spring of 2018. The social justice clubs and organizations were brought together by Dr. David Reilly to discuss the future of their efforts on campus. That night, the students independently … Continue reading Student-leaders form new club: NUEJAC

Meet your student-body presidential candidates

By: Madison Ruffo Nick Graham Image by Brigid Gorman Major: Finance with a minor in philosophy Year: Junior Hometown: Syracuse, N.Y. Clubs/organizations: NUSGA Freshman and Sophomore class president, NUSGA student-body vice president (currently), and a work study with NU’s women’s basketball team. Why do you want to be student-body president? I am a firm believer … Continue reading Meet your student-body presidential candidates

NUSGA veterans face off in presidential debate

By: Kevin McDonnell NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - This past Wednesday student-body Vice President, Nick Graham, and Class of 2020 Treasurer, Jake Bachner, went head-to-head in a moderated debate with the hope of propelling one of them to the presidency. The debate format followed closely to what you would expect of a real presidential debate. It … Continue reading NUSGA veterans face off in presidential debate

Elizabeth Camara: NUSGA’s inaugural Diversity and Inclusion chair

By: Madison Ruffo NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. -  As Black History Month comes to a close, Niagara University remains on a path toward intersectionality. That is the main goal of Elizabeth Camara, NUSGA’s Diversity and Inclusion chair. The position, created under the leadership of student-body President Cheyenne Freely, is based on a similar position created following … Continue reading Elizabeth Camara: NUSGA’s inaugural Diversity and Inclusion chair

NUSGA hosts first Town Hall meeting

By: Madison Ruffo NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- On Thursday, February 28, students and administrators gathered in Dunleavy 127 to engage in a “Town Hall” meeting hosted by a number of the NUSGA representatives. A panel consisting of student-body President (Cheyenne Freely), student-body Vice President (Nick Graham), NUSGA’s Diversity and Inclusion chair (Elizabeth Camara), Event Planner (Morgan … Continue reading NUSGA hosts first Town Hall meeting

Come As You Are; NEDA Week

By Brittany Rosso   LEWISTON, N.Y. - On Feb. 25, thousands of women and men will come together to shine a light on eating disorders in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. The annual week extends through March 3, and serves as a way to educate the public, spread hopeful messages and put resources … Continue reading Come As You Are; NEDA Week

If actions reveal values

By: Vince de Paul NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - At a recent basketball game, a Niagara University student was selected at random and given the opportunity to win tuition for a semester if they could sink four consecutive basketball shots.  Through this promotion, the University appears to be signaling: That it places a greater value on … Continue reading If actions reveal values

The hostess with the… roaches?

By Max Liebel NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Clet hall is a touchstone for a lot of students on campus. It's home to classrooms for the theatre program, student housing, a dinning hall, and now roaches. A picture surfaced a few weeks ago of a cockroach in the hallway of the lower level of Clet hall. … Continue reading The hostess with the… roaches?

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