The New York State Education Department passed an amendment in January 2022 that changed the definition of a “university.” According to the amended section, “University means a higher educational institution offering a range of registered […]
In efforts to help students relax before finals, the Fisher Gaming Club will be hosting a Gaming Night on Friday night for all students to celebrate the end of the semester. The club will offer […]
The St. John Fisher baseball team competed in a doubleheader against Elmira College on April 15. The Fisher Cardinals won game one 20-1 and game two 16-2.
Radonda Vaught, a former registered nurse from Tennessee, was recently found legally guilty for a fatal drug error in 2017. Vaught was charged with gross neglect of an impaired adult, and negligent homicide. While her […]
The St. John Fisher College Center for Sustainability hosted the Fisher Goes Green Fair on March 23 to share the sustainability efforts of local organizations such as Reconnect Rochester and Fisher Dining Services. “I’m hoping […]
St. John Fisher College competed in the first outdoor track meet of the season. The meet was held on April 2 at Geneseo College.
April 5th The Maus Symposium will be all day (9:40 a.m. to 4 p.m. , and 7:30 to 8:30p.m.) in Basil 135. It will entail a discussion about the Maus Pulitzer Prize-Winning Graphic Novel about […]
By Madison Weber ’23, Staff Writer and Social Media Editor On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced “a special military operation” that entailed Russia invading Ukraine – leading to a series of events that […]
St. John Fisher College held its third annual Giving Day on Thursday, which consisted of many activities on-campus for students, as well as fundraising from students, staff, faculty, alumni and friends of the college for […]