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How to Take Notes in College

By Haley Lux, Editor-in-Chief Every morning students at Daemen University wake up, get ready, head to class, and ask themselves whether they should take notes and how. For some, this means grabbing a notebook and their favorite pen; for others, it means pulling out their laptop, opening a document, and selecting the best font before beginning. Others flip back and forth between the two, trying … Continue reading How to Take Notes in College

Inside Scholar’s Day: The Opportunity to Win Daemen’s Top Ten Scholarships

By Cadence Russell Every year, Daemen University hosts Scholar’s Day, where nominated students who have applied and been accepted into Daemen compete for ten Trustee Scholarships. This year, over 270+ prospective students attended Scholar’s Day, the largest group ever.  “I mean, the best way to put it, it’s the happiest event you’ll go to as an admissions counselor, or admissions director, because all those kids … Continue reading Inside Scholar’s Day: The Opportunity to Win Daemen’s Top Ten Scholarships

Tri-Beta Brings Variety of Science to Daemen

By Cadence Russell On Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. in Schneck Hall, Beta Beta Beta, better known as Tri-Beta, hosted the second of three guest speakers in their Fall Seminar Series. Dr. Joshua Drew, from the State University of New York’s College of Environmental Science and Forestry, spoke to students on his work with historical ecology and conservation, and how science intersects with the humanities … Continue reading Tri-Beta Brings Variety of Science to Daemen

The Trek to Taughannock Falls

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

Loving the Lost: Celebrating Dia de Los Muertos at Daemen

By Cadence Russell Celebrating holidays away from home often looks widely different. For freshman pre-med and athletic training major Cassandra Moss, Dia de Los Muertos at home consists of a month of preparation with hand-made everything. At college, it’s store-bought items and a couple of nights of celebration. “At college, we have to do something a little bit different just because you know, everybody’s schedules … Continue reading Loving the Lost: Celebrating Dia de Los Muertos at Daemen

Founders Celebration Wraps up Week-Long Events

By: Cadence Russell The past week of Founders Celebration just took place, where for a whole week of spirit days, the Campus Activities Team held events and traditions. From Superhero Movie Night to the 78 West Coffee giveaway, students and faculty took part in celebrating Daemen. “Historically it’s always been kind of just like a weekend type thing, but this year we decided to kind … Continue reading Founders Celebration Wraps up Week-Long Events

The Many Components of Cru Club

By: Haley Lux Just a few weekends ago, the students of Cru Club at Daemen attended their annual Fall Getaway retreat at Camp Li-Lo-Li, an event that welcomes Cru members from other colleges within Buffalo and Rochester as well. “The retreat last weekend was amazing! It was an eye-opening experience and I made amazing friends and created a great community,” said Gracie Attebery, a sophomore … Continue reading The Many Components of Cru Club

Natalie Such (left) and Julia Eichel relaxing in their hammocks by Rosary Hall.

The best outside study spots on campus

By: Haley Lux With spring comes warmer weather and the notion that summer is right around the corner, brightening up college campuses across the country. Not only does this increase in temperature open up a slew of activities, it provides students with the opportunity to begin to study outside. Daemen College has plenty of outdoor spots throughout campus that make studying in the sun accessible, … Continue reading The best outside study spots on campus

Daemen senior center Andrew Sischo, #22 battles to get a rebound over St. Thomas Aquinas’s Osbel Caraballo #15

Men’s and women’s basketball advance to Elite Eight

By: Taty Scalisi Despite the coronavirus disrupting sports around the world, two teams that have adjusted to changes, battled this adversity the past several months and went against the odds to achieve great success this year are Daemen’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. For the first time ever in program history, Daemen became the only school in the East Coast Conference to have both their … Continue reading Men’s and women’s basketball advance to Elite Eight

Daemen junior forward Katie Titus, #25 shoots a three-point field goal against D’Youville’s Riley Riedel #12.

Daemen returns to athletic competitions

By: Steven Blatto After over seven months of confusion and uncertainty, fall athletics for Daemen finally returned to adjusted competition, beginning with women’s basketball Jan. 16. The typical practice and game schedules for these teams has been greatly adjusted, but athletes are determined to play. For both men and women, the sports that returned included basketball, soccer, volleyball, and track and field. Basketball games began … Continue reading Daemen returns to athletic competitions