Niagara’s favorite Tim Hortons employee

By Alize Rosado NIAGARA UNIVERSITY N.Y.  It’s Monday morning. You’re standing in Gally’s Tim Hortons line wondering if a cup of coffee and breakfast sandwich is worth being late to class. You’re starting to get a little impatient when your stream of thoughts is interrupted with “What can I get you baby?” That voice comes … Continue reading Niagara’s favorite Tim Hortons employee

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

Varsity Village house continues to make noise

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Varsity Village House IV, officially delegated as the Social Justice house, has continued their relentless advocation of the biggest social and political issues that are hindering the nation. It looks as though they won't silence themselves anytime soon. Earlier this semester, House IV hung up a banner with the message "slavery never … Continue reading Varsity Village house continues to make noise

Fight for Life group rejected by NUSGA

By: Hugh Brown NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - The "Fight for Life" group was denied club status by the Niagara University Student Government Association after Ethan De Rosa, a member of the group, presented their constitution to NUSGA at a legislative meeting on Sunday, November 11. After presenting to NUSGA, members of the student government asked … Continue reading Fight for Life group rejected by NUSGA

A closer look at abuse

By: Ava Mrozik NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. -  There are many forms of abuse, some are all too often viewed as less serious than others; however, abuse is abuse. The question is, do you really know what abuse is? The minor signals that we may not notice immediately are, in most cases, what lead to more … Continue reading A closer look at abuse

An “Unlawful” Situation

By: Alize Rosado NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Niagara University has prided itself on having an outstanding law program with faculty and courses that have helped students get into Ivy League schools. Their program has even been lauded by schools such as University at Buffalo because of its uniqueness. However, recent changes within the law department … Continue reading An “Unlawful” Situation

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

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

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

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