By Cadence Russell As an environmental science major, I have a deep appreciation for the outdoors, and stereotypically, I love to hike. Raised in the country west of Austin, Texas, I became quickly enamored with the geological and environmental sites around me. Coming to college in New York changed all of that. Immediately I was seeing things that you never see in Texas, good dirt … Continue reading The Trek to Taughannock Falls
By: Haley Lux Due to the continued spread of the coronavirus in New York, many universities, colleges, and schools have established social distancing guidelines in order to protect their students. Daemen College is no exception, testing everyone before they were allowed back and providing health care packages to start out the semester. Additionally, properly worn masks are required all throughout campus and stickers litter the … Continue reading Safety Awareness in the Midst of COVID-19
By: Nicholas Russo The village of Williamsville held its annual Oktoberfest celebration on Friday, Sept. 21, and Saturday, Sept. 22, host to a number of activities in celebration of German culture and the harvest season. Like last year, the two-day festival was host to a bevy of family-oriented activities, including scarecrow making at Mischler’s Florists and a haunted house at the Lehigh Valley Depot, as … Continue reading Willkommen! Williamsville Celebrates Oktoberfest
When the trees are beginning to bud their leaves, people are mowing their lawns and it’s starting to rain rather than snow, you know what that means? Summer is getting closer in Buffalo! It’s been an up and down winter this year, but we made it through another snowstorm! As the weather turns warmer, everyone becomes eager with what to do during their free … Continue reading Summertime is (Almost) here!
Wednesday, Feb. 22 marked the 90th anniversary for Ted’s Hot Dogs. To celebrate the occasion, the nine locations throughout Western New York sold hot dogs for 90 cents to represent the longtime success of the business. When I heard about this special day, I realized I know nothing about the business besides what’s on the menu. I’ve lived in Buffalo all my life, yet never … Continue reading Happy birthday to a piece of Buffalo culture, Ted’s Hot Dogs!
On April 17 at Iroquois High School, the 5th annual Laps for Limbs event was hosted by D’Youville College SVA (Students Veterans Association) and supported by Daemen College SVA, Niagara University SVA, Team RWB (Red, White, Blue Organization) and the Lancaster Leadership Academy. The event was in honor of Captain Sydney L. Cole, an Army pilot during World War II. The 1069 laps that … Continue reading 5th Annual Laps for Limbs Event In Honor of World War II Vet
A few weeks ago the Daemen paralegal studies program took a field trip the the Robert H. Jackson United States Federal Courthouse in downtown Buffalo. For many of the paralegals in the program, it was the first time inside the walls of the massive and elegant new courthouse. Adjacent to Buffalo’s City Hall, the courthouse is an impressive and jaw-dropping modern style building with the … Continue reading Inside the Walls of the Federal Courthouse