Current issue

December 2017
– South Asian street food comes to South Wedge
– Hitting the books for finals and stress relief Q&A
– A test for professors
– Twenty-five holiday movies
– Best boots for winter
– Fashion forward
– President Trump’s controversial first year in office
– Around the world talent
– Take a stand not a knee
– Men’s basketball transitions to new coach


Previous issues


November 2017

– Fisher & Title IX
– Q&A with Miss New York
– Netflix Review: Stranger Things 2
– Fisher welcomes new women’s basketball coach
– Two-sport athletes

 


October 2017
– Fisher’s freshman class debunks worry of Excelsior Scholarship
– Serve guide and protect: The duties of a campus security officer
– New chapel hopes for inclusivity
– Fall trends for those unpredictable days
– IT knows all your fears 

 

 

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April 2017
– Cardinal Courier’s Year in a Flash
– Wegmans CEO to speak at 2017 graduation
– Q&A with graduating seniors
– Press play on the newest Netflix series
– Male and female Athletes of the Year

 

 

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March 2017
– Unity Week brings clubs together
– Governor Cuomo introduces proposal for free tuition
– Get Out will have you running
– Wellness Center puts limelight on mental illness
– Baseball encounters toughest schedule in school history

 

 

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February 2017
– Fisher community reacts to immigration ban
– Q&A with new School of Pharmacy dean
– Campus Center Ministry reopens doors
Manchester by the Sea and La La Land reviews
– A new era in Fisher men’s lacrosse

 

 

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– Field hockey, men’s soccer have historic seasons
– School of Education to offer new graduate program
– Fisher brings back graduate degree in Library Media
– New deans for Schools of Business, Arts and Sciences
– Finals week survival guide

 

 

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November 2016

– Search for new campus minister begins
– Update on the  construction of the new chapel
– Fisher adds men’s volleyball
– Season previews for men’s, women’s basketball
– SLC renovations near completion

 

 

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September/October 2016
– Freshmen become part of Fisher family
– SGA introduces new rule for clubs
– High school students get insight of college life
– Women’s tennis shows signs of bright future
– Football team’s offensive depth turns heads