The truth about commuting

By: Brianna Male NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- Everyone experiences stressful situations throughout their life,  some more than others. There is a certain group of people that always seem on edge: college students. Typically, college students always seem tense and exhausted. They are taking multiple classes that often come with a hefty workload and a lot of … Continue reading The truth about commuting

Niagara Power looking to get better on and off field this season

By: Lauren Templin NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - After winning last season’s New York Collegiate Baseball League Championship, the Niagara Power are looking to grow on and off the field. With the addition of Stu Pederson as manager, the fans will notice other changes this season involving in-game experience. Pederson is a retired baseball with Major … Continue reading Niagara Power looking to get better on and off field this season

Track & Field concludes indoor season

By: Spencer Swoboda NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - No championship season. No problem. The Track and Field team finished up the last of two indoor exhibition meets, both at The Rochester Institute of Technology, with positive results heading into the outdoor season. The exhibition series provided two new school records and many other championship-quality performances. Lauren McGrath’s … Continue reading Track & Field concludes indoor season

Spring break baseball: MLB Spring Training preview

By: Mike Taber NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Now that the rain has cleared out of Florida, a baseball tradition that occurs every year can kick off: Spring Training. Over the next couple of months, Major League Baseball teams will be working out, signing autographs and playing each other in Spring Training. Players will perform at … Continue reading Spring break baseball: MLB Spring Training preview

The Art of Manifesting

By: Sarah Rance NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- Staying optimistic can be very difficult for college students. Endless assignments and studying easily become very overwhelming and some students have to balance a job on top of it. Like many other college students, I was feeling pretty stressed out, so naturally, I vented to my work supervisor and … Continue reading The Art of Manifesting

Immersive Van Gogh exhibit coming to Toronto

By: Nina Grenga TORONTO, ON- An immersive experience that brings life to Vincent Van Gogh's paintings is making its way to Toronto, Ontario. The "Imagine Van Gogh," experience is a light show consisting of animated versions of the masterpieces, which will fill the entirety of the room it is debuted in. Visitors will have the … Continue reading Immersive Van Gogh exhibit coming to Toronto

Republican, Mitt Romney, votes to convict President Trump

By: Nina Grenga NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.-  On Feb. 5, President Trump was acquitted of the two charges against him during his impeachment trial. In a surprising turn of events, Republican Senator Mitt Romney announced his bid to convict Trump. This announcement came before the official acquittal, making Romney the first Republican to support Trump's removal … Continue reading Republican, Mitt Romney, votes to convict President Trump

The most noteworthy performances from the 2020 Grammys

By: Samantha Illenz  NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards was a night filled with fashion, musical performances and several tributes. Hours before the show, news broke about basketball legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna Bryant and seven others had passed away in a helicopter crash. The award ceremony’s venue happens to be the … Continue reading The most noteworthy performances from the 2020 Grammys

NU’s new Nest

Picture by: Spencer Vadnais By: Spencer Vadnais NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - The time had finally come. The final unveiling of The Nest, the newest lounge space for all NU students, was fast approaching. The cameras from local news stations slowly packed up and prepared to leave as students filed through the doors, the gravity of … Continue reading NU’s new Nest

The state of Purple Eagles basketball

  Photos by Niagara University Athletics By: Mike Taber and Franklin Heinzmann Men’s BasketballNU has played very well as of late, winning four out of their last seven games. On Friday Jan. 31, senior James Towns scored his one-thousandth point of his career in a loss against Marist. Fans at the Gallagher Center cheered him … Continue reading The state of Purple Eagles basketball