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…


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…



Meet the New Director of Student Activities

By: Evan Coyle In mid-August of this year, Daemen assistant dean of student engagement Kim Pagano released an email to students announcing Heather Maclin as the new director of student activities. The email by Dean…


The Reality of Loneliness on Campus

By: Himdeep Singh College is branded to be “the time of your life,” where you make lifelong friends and lasting relationships filled with adventure and fun.  Is this truly the case anymore for the majority…




Rumors About Future Resident Housing Spark Concerns

By Nick Russo Collegiate Village has been at the center of recent rumors, specifically Daemen’s presence at the residential housing complex. These rumors suggest that the college will no longer be offering housing at Collegiate…


Diversity at Daemen College to an International Student

Recently, Student Affairs have been organizing meetings with the Student Government Association and members of many student clubs and organizations every week to allow more students’ voices to be heard. Due to feeling unsupported regarding…


Daemen College Students Make a Plea for Change on Campus

By: Evan Coyle On Thursday March 7th Daemen students from Student Government organized a forum for students and administration to discuss the current climate on campus. A growing discontentment among minority students surrounding the issue…