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Niagara University collects funds, food for community in conjunction with #GivingTuesday
Thu, Dec 19th 2013 09:15 am
The week after Thanksgiving isn't just for shopping anymore.

Students, alumni and friends of Niagara University accumulated nearly $300 and more than 840 pounds of food and nonperishable goods on Dec. 3, the 2013 edition of #GivingTuesday.

Column: To further your education or not?
Tue, Apr 23rd 2013 09:00 am
Graduation is only a few short weeks away. Do you know if you want to take a break or go to graduate school after May 11th?
Meet the 'Eagles'
Thu, Apr 18th 2013 07:00 am
It's that time of year at Niagara University. A time that is most important for the beloved senior class. With hundreds of varieties in majors and minors, the class of 2013 is ready to walk on stage and receive their diploma. With a little over 4,000 students at Niagara and about 1,000 seniors, there are endless possibilities for what each person could contribute to the future.
Dining at D'Avolio's Kitchen
Wed, Apr 17th 2013 03:00 pm
D'Avolio Olive Oils and Vinegars is becoming Western New York's newest local treasure. After visiting the Lewiston location for taste testing of the oils and vinegars, I decided to try the newest addition to the D'Avolio's stores at the kitchen in Williamsville.
Father Levesque
Tue, Apr 16th 2013 10:00 am
When it was announced that the Rev. Joseph Levesque C.M., president of Niagara University, would be stepping down, many reacted with sadness and took a look back on Levesque's time at Niagara. When talking about Niagara, Levesque himself reflects fondly on all of his years at the university. He makes it clear that although he is resigning as president, this is in no way the end of his time at Niagara or his commitment to the school.
Dr. Abdiweli Ali to reflect on time as Somali prime minister at April 22 event
Thu, Apr 11th 2013 12:35 pm
Dr. Abdiweli Ali, the Niagara University economics professor turned Somali prime minster, will reflect on his time as the leader of the impoverished, war-torn East African nation during a special event on April 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Castellani Art Museum.
10 must see movies from the past 10 years
Thu, Mar 21st 2013 04:00 pm
10 must see movies from the past 10 years In the past decade there has been an unthinkable amount of movies released. Sometimes it's hard to know which ones are going to be worth watching, and which you are going to wish you had never watched. So to help you out, here is a list of 10 movies released in the past 10 years that are worth your time:
French Professor directs Moliere at Niagara University
Wed, Mar 20th 2013 01:00 am
Niagara University proudly presents "The Learned Ladies" by Moliere. This family friendly comedy was originally written in French and first premiered in 1672. This current adaptation was translated to English by Freyda Thomas and performed on a Broadway stage in the early 1990s.
'Identity Thief' showcases Melissa McCarthy, foreshadows a new direction for comedy genre
Mon, Mar 18th 2013 11:55 pm
Despite the many bad reviews of the movie "Identity Thief," I decided to go see it because I know how funny Melissa McCarthy is. Although the storyline was not the best, I appreciate what this movie and Melisa McCarthy are doing for the comedy genre.
Too broke for a nice movie?
Thu, Mar 14th 2013 12:25 pm
It's normal for college students to have a budget all the time. However, some students would like to see a movie here and now; but why spend $10 for a night out plus the cost of popcorn and drinks which can be pretty costly.
Eating healthy with simple recipes
Tue, Feb 26th 2013 03:00 pm
Many people take the easy way out when it comes to eating healthy.

People turn to fast food and junk food to save time in their busy schedule - especially college students.

5 street artists you should know about
Tue, Feb 26th 2013 02:35 pm
Five innovative street artists each working in different types of media create and display their work on streets and cities all over the world.
Review: Delicious barbecue served at The Brickyard
Tue, Feb 26th 2013 11:00 am
I recently dined at Lewiston's Brickyard Pub & B.B.Q. There was a three-page menu with a wide range of entrees to select from. Everyone in our party seemed to be pleased with the variety of food options. Not only were there many options, but everything ordered was delicious and worth every penny.
Author Nicholas Sparks popularity soars with 'Safe Haven'
Sun, Feb 24th 2013 09:10 pm
Romance novelist Nicholas Sparks has made quite a name for himself over the past decade. He has written more than 15 books (every single novel has made it to the New York Times Bestseller List), eight of his which made it to the big screen, including his widely known adaptation of "The Notebook," which first caused his career to heighten.
Fashion Week: What will be popular for spring?
Fri, Feb 22nd 2013 11:25 am
The spring Fashion Week 2013 took place Feb. 7-14 in New York. Fashion Week is a time where the most popular designers collaborate to share a sneak-peek of styles for the upcoming spring season.

If you are a fashion buff, you may be wondering what is going to be in style for this spring? Here is a sampling of what leading fashion experts predict for spring.

Carmelo's Restaurant: Perfect for date night
Thu, Feb 21st 2013 12:05 pm
REVIEW: Why not try something new for dinner tonight? Head out to the village of Lewiston to one of its local gems, Carmelo's Restaurant.
Niagara University Theatre presents 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile'
Thu, Feb 7th 2013 06:25 pm
The NU Theatre Department and the Castellani Art Museum present "Picasso at the Lapin Agile," originally written by Steve Martin and directed at NU by Adriano Gatto.
Oscars 2013: Do students care?
Thu, Feb 7th 2013 10:40 am
Have you ever wondered if the events in Western New York impact the college students on Niagara University's campus? When it comes to the Oscars, the general answer is no.
Niagara University: Fun around campus
Thu, Feb 7th 2013 10:30 am
NU students, have you ever sat in your dorm rooms and said to yourselves, "I am just so bored"? There are very easy ways that you can make your boredom subside and increase your fun intake. There are events that are hosted by the CPB or Campus Programming Board. The events are designed to get students active on the NU campus and to get to know each other with fun-filled activities.
Niagara University Players present an all-student-run production of 'Time Stands Still'
Tue, Feb 5th 2013 12:45 pm
From Feb. 22 through 24, the Niagara University Players will present an entirely student-run production of "Time Stands Still" by Donald Margulies in the Leary Theatre within the Elizabeth Ann Clune Center for Theatre, Clet Hall.

Directed by NU Theater Junior Nathan Andrew Miller, "Time Stands Still" is a funny, passionate, thought-provoking and heartbreaking piece of work. It is a look at war through the lens of a young couple brought together by the conflict in Iraq only to have their relationship challenged by it (the show contains adult subject matter).