Back in Business: Get Involved in Study Abroad

By Cadence Russell Studying abroad is back. After being put on the back burner and having faced increased challenges and changes with the COVID-19 pandemic, Global Programs has been ramping up its global courses offered for the upcoming semesters.  “There are so many reasons why study abroad is important. It gives students the opportunity to go out and see the world in a way that … Continue reading Back in Business: Get Involved in Study Abroad

Baratunde Thurston Rocks the House at Daemen’s 75th Anniversary Keynote Speech

By Myranda Lockwood It is not often that a person can hold so much value and wisdom in their words that it renders an audience speechless and leaves them hungry for more. Yet that is precisely what Baratunde Thurston did Tuesday, Sept. 20 when giving the keynote speech for Daemen University’s 75th anniversary.  Baratunde Thurston is a renowned, “Emmy-nominated, multi-platform storyteller and producer operating at … Continue reading Baratunde Thurston Rocks the House at Daemen’s 75th Anniversary Keynote Speech

The Daemen Public Square: Unintentional Impact on the Ecotrail

By Cameron Enders Daemen has outlined in the 2020-2025 Facilities Master Plan an ambitious five years of campus improvements.  The Daemen Public Square is one the university hopes to have completed next summer.  The new construction will replace the parking lot between the Wick Student Center and Duns Scotus and serve as a long-deserved campus quad for the school.  “The knoll is definitely a plus … Continue reading The Daemen Public Square: Unintentional Impact on the Ecotrail

Broken LANscape: The Daemen WiFi Network

By Nick Wheeler The aging wireless network on the Daemen campus isn’t up to the challenge of modern increased traffic demands, and frustrated students are noticing and complaining.  In classes, residence halls, online groups and forums, and in messages to Daemen staff, frustration with the campus Wi-Fi is growing this year.  Pre-vet major Victorio Riccardi said he can be working on his laptop and “when … Continue reading Broken LANscape: The Daemen WiFi Network

75 Years at Daemen

By Addriena Bradley This year, 2022, we are celebrating 75 years of excellence at Daemen University. Our university has a fascinating past that we are diving into as we celebrate our 75th anniversary.  Rosary Hill 1947-1977 Our history begins in 1947 when Rosary Hill College was established by the Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity.  The Sisters of St. Francis of Penance … Continue reading 75 Years at Daemen

Athletic Training and Women’s Role Model: Karen Roehling

By Tatyjana Scalisi March is a month dedicated to recognizing many women embodying values that best represent ideal role models for young females and how these individuals make an impact within their communities. Additionally recognized during March, according to National Today, “National Athletic Training Month is celebrated every year in March. It is celebrated in recognition of the expertise and efforts of athletic trainers across … Continue reading Athletic Training and Women’s Role Model: Karen Roehling

The Heart Behind the Hoops: Life as a Competitive Student-Athlete

By Myranda Lockwood The Daemen University women’s basketball team went on to win the ECC Championship earlier this month on March 6, 2022, making it the third consecutive championship win in a row.  According to Daemen University’s official athletic website, “Daemen (18-4, 16-1 ECC) claims the top seed for the second straight year after earning their third straight ECC Regular Season Championship. The Wildcats are … Continue reading The Heart Behind the Hoops: Life as a Competitive Student-Athlete

Student-Athletes and Mental Health

By Gretchen Beyer Mental health is not always an easy topic to talk about publicly, yet that does not diminish its significance.  For student-athletes, the pressure is even further escalated.  Living as a collegiate student-athlete is a demanding and daunting task.  The athlete needs to make time for class and their studies, along with time for practices, games, and mandatory lift sessions.  If they are … Continue reading Student-Athletes and Mental Health

Life After Graduation With Alumnae Valerie D’agostino

By Halex Lux, Editor-in-Chief Adjusting to life after attending college is something that every graduate student faces at one point or another once they receive their degree, and it can be challenging.  There might be a ton of initial questions such as where to work, what specific field to go into, or if the degree earned is actually the right fit after all. What do … Continue reading Life After Graduation With Alumnae Valerie D’agostino

International Student-Athletes Taking Daemen By Storm

By Gretchen Beyer International students at Daemen University come few and far between, yet their force is still felt on campus and in their sporting events. With Daemen University being a small school of roughly 2,000 students, located in Amherst, New York, it is shocking that individuals travel from all over the world to attend classes and play sports here.  According to the Executive Director … Continue reading International Student-Athletes Taking Daemen By Storm