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

Students Kayonnah Singletary, Yaa Tuffour, Nazjahe Boswell studying in HEOP office.

Diversity and HEOP: Director explains how both connect and impact students’ lives

By: Katie Johnson Some may not know that the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) has been a staple in the Daemen community since 1970 when the program was made available to campus life. This brought in so many better opportunities for people in the community being able to go to college and gain that experience. Tiffany Hamilton is a mother of two, … Continue reading Diversity and HEOP: Director explains how both connect and impact students’ lives

Tips on Studying for Finals

By: Lauren Ondreyko Final exams are among the most challenging aspects of the college experience. There is so much to learn, organize, and remember as you head into finals. Forming good study habits can reduce stress and improve grades.   To ensure that you are prepared for your exams, you may want to consider adding some of the following study tips to your collection.  The Learning … Continue reading Tips on Studying for Finals

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 in person one or two times a week, with the rest of instruction being placed online. Asynchronous classes have students accessing pre-recorded material at their own pace with due dates. … Continue reading COVID-19’s Effect on Learning

Safety Awareness in the Midst of COVID-19

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

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 they place tiny babies, encouraging Daemen students to find the babies as a scavenger hunt. Some students have taken to collecting the babies as a hobby, seeing it as a … Continue reading Tiny Babies of Daemen

East Coast Conference Announces Return to Competition in January

By: Steven Blatto On Oct. 8, the East Coast Conference released a statement regarding the postponement of fall sports and competition: a select group of sports will be returning to competition starting Jan. 9, 2021. The sports included in this announcement were women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s soccer. These are not all the fall and winter sports in the ECC. … Continue reading East Coast Conference Announces Return to Competition in January

Spring Semester 2021 Registration: A Guideline For Freshmen

By: Steven Blatto Registration for the spring semester is inching closer and closer. Make sure you are prepared with these links and guidelines to help make sure everything goes smoothly. Daemen College is extremely helpful in guiding their students towards success. Planning your upcoming courses may be easy for anyone who is not a freshman, but a first-year student may find it to be very … Continue reading Spring Semester 2021 Registration: A Guideline For Freshmen

Daemen’s Early Transition to Online Learning

By: Maximilian Moslow Daemen College has transitioned to strictly online learning one week earlier than planned on Nov. 16, according to Daemen College’s President Gary Olson.  In his letter to students and staff, he said this decision is necessary because of the spike of COVID-19 cases across the country and WNY.  On Nov. 9, 2020, the Erie County Department of Health reported 446 new confirmed … Continue reading Daemen’s Early Transition to Online Learning

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 student body via email. It was below 50 degrees in Buffalo with 30 mph winds and showering rain.  Residential students of the college lost access to all power, and emergency … Continue reading Power Outage on Campus