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

Changemakers of Niagara: Kylie Stover

By: Alison Chodak NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- Kylie Stover, a senior at Niagara University, is involved in many clubs and organizations while balancing 15-credit semesters. Her major is Special and Childhood Education with a minor in Literacy. Before coming to NU, Stover graduated from Clarence High School in 2015. She founded the club Dance Crew and held … Continue reading Changemakers of Niagara: Kylie Stover

Housing FOR students

By: Kevin McDonnell NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. – It is that time of the year, yet again, on the NU campus. The intermittent snow showers between classes to blanket the brown grass across campus or the occasional ice storm to add a little extra fun to the morning day commute. Such is the way of life … Continue reading Housing FOR students

Coming soon: off-campus fun with on-campus funds

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. -Last semester it was announced that students will soon be gaining more options of where to use their off-campus funds. The program, launched through student affairs, will allow students to purchase items and food at off-campus vendors, using their student I.D. like a debit card. Jason Jakubowski, Dean of Students, contacted numerous … Continue reading Coming soon: off-campus fun with on-campus funds

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

Internships: How do I earn one?

     NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - As college students approach their later years in University, they start to think about the next chapter of their lives. The goal is to build their resumes with as much work experience as possible in order to earn a job in their respective fields of study. The best way to … Continue reading Internships: How do I earn one?

Changemakers of Niagara: Ken Colella

By: Alize Rosado NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. - Niagara University prides itself on its Vincentian mission and having students who embrace this message both academically and spiritually. Ken Colella, a senior at NU, embraces these values and was able to turn a class project into an opportunity that led him to becoming a board member at … Continue reading Changemakers of Niagara: Ken Colella

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