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Power Outage on Campus

By: Saferino Dour About 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, Daemen College experienced a power outage that affected “all of campus and the surrounding communities,” according to a campus alert sent from the college to the…


Tiny Babies of Daemen

By: Saferino Dour Since the fall semester started, tiny plastic babies have been placed around the Daemen campus by an unknown person. This person posts pictures on Instagram (@tiny.daemen.baby.horde) of random locations on campus where…


COVID-19’s Effect on Learning

By: Haley Lux The continued spread of COVID-19 in New York finds students balancing between in-person, hybrid, and either asynchronous or synchronous online classes throughout the fall semester at Daemen College.  Hybrid classes typically meet…


Your Student Government in Action

By: Evan Coyle Student association meetings take place every Tuesday at 1130am in the Wick Center 113, 114, 115. The meetings are run by student representatives and facilitated by Coordinator of student organizations, Julia Grygier….


Chris Rock is funny for forty minutes

BY: Evan Coyle Few celebrities have been more superior than Chris Rock at exposing some of the problems with civil rights in America. Rock is a world renowned stand-up who has amassed support for his…


Students rally support for flags after removal

82 flags, representing global and indigenous nations, hung above students in the Wick Center dining room for nearly a decade. When students returned to Daemen after the recent intersemester break, the ceiling on the right…


Daemen women fighting for postseason fun

BY: Andrew Sischo For the first time since joining the East Coast Conference, the Daemen College Women’s Basketball team is fighting to stay in the top six of the standings, which locks up a postseason…


Daemen students take a liking to esports

BY: Evan Coyle The rise in popularity in esports has not been ignored by Daemen College. The college has gotten out in front of the growing interest and embraced its presence in the current landscape…


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Students and faculty adjust to new registration system

BY: Jeremy Hollis   The days of WebAdvisor are nearing to a close at Daemen. The registration system will soon be succeeded by Student Planning. Students will start planning their class schedules with the service…