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Walk-off while traveling through Boston
Mon, Apr 24th 2017 08:40 pm
The sound off the bat at Fenway Park was a loud crack, maybe made louder from the chill of an April Boston evening
NU students experience a Florida Keys field adventure
Mon, Apr 24th 2017 08:40 pm
Those who explore the ocean to any extent are treasure hunters. The creatures that inhabit the ocean are available to those who truly look for them.
Working up a sweat can be a challenge for busy Niagara U students, but it comes with benefits
Mon, Apr 24th 2017 08:40 pm
A student's life is often filled with late-night cram sessions and early-morning classes, but many Niagara University students make sure they fit workouts in during their busy class schedules.
'Sesame Street's' new playmate, Julia, long-overdue, but greatly welcomed
Mon, Apr 24th 2017 08:40 pm
A young child around the age of 5 is out playing on the playground; parents as usual swarm around keeping a tight eye on their children. A fire truck comes by with loud sirens; all the kids are interested and run to the edge of the playground to see the trucks drive by. All of the kids except for one; this kid is screaming and covering his ears.
Earth Day and conservation
Sat, Apr 22nd 2017 07:00 am
Earth Day, April 22, is meant to be a day to spread awareness. According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, the most common way to spend Earth Day is to plant trees. Spreading awareness and being active are the main goals of Earth day since the very beginning.
'Walk for Niagara' takes fundraising one step at a time
Fri, Apr 21st 2017 04:05 pm
Community Missions of Niagara Frontier is looking for participants to put their best foot forward and "Walk for Niagara," rain or shine, on Saturday, April 29, at Whirlpool State Park. The annual event helps raise awareness and funds for the nonprofit's crisis and community service programs, which provide clothing, food, shelter and supportive services to those in need.
Students 'Meet the Professionals' at NU PRSSN event
Fri, Apr 14th 2017 10:10 am
A few steps through the open doors into a tightly packed conference room led students who attended Niagara University's second annual "Meet the Professionals" night to many other doors full of opportunities.
NU Goes Green: Niagara University club has new leadership, Earth Day plans
Fri, Apr 7th 2017 03:35 pm
NU Goes Green is a small club on campus that is currently planning major changes for this semester.
Behind the scenes of N-W's 'Adopt-A-Family': Local high school gives back every year
Tue, Dec 6th 2016 02:20 pm
Niagara-Wheatfield High School kicks off the holiday season by decorating the main hall of the school with mini Christmas trees, hot chocolate sales made in the morning and hallways lined with red and green. Mr. Pogel's sociology classes manage to remind everyone of the true meaning of Christmas through a program called "Adopt-A-Family."
Kahlil Dukes and his long, winding road to Niagara
Wed, Nov 23rd 2016 10:00 pm
The path to success for Niagara University men's basketball player Kahlil Dukes has not been the easiest to come by. The redshirt junior has had an up and down college career that has taken him all across the country.
The story behind a once well-known Niagara Falls Boulevard landmark
Wed, Nov 23rd 2016 01:30 pm
Before both Melvin and Elton were even born, their parents, Edwin and Lily DeVantier, opened the stand in front of their house at 2761 Niagara Falls Blvd.
Obstacles of theater profession showcased on 'Stage Door'
Wed, Nov 23rd 2016 01:00 pm
As a young girl, Rachael Buchanan had an inner passion for the stage. Never was there a defining moment that particularly sparked Buchanan's interest in acting, but an underlying feeling from within that she just couldn't ignore.
'Spelling' is 'Resplendent': A Glimpse at Niagara University's production of 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'
Wed, Nov 23rd 2016 01:00 pm
Niagara University has produced many grand musicals in the past. In a typical production, the set is elaborate, the costumes are heavily decorated, and numerous actors are present onstage.
The fine act of balancing college sports
Wed, Nov 23rd 2016 12:00 pm
College can be heavily stressful. The workload given each week is massive, homework and exams are tremendously difficult, not to mention trying to balance all of this and a social life. Take into consideration juggling a sport.
Julia Casolo strives for greatness in her collegiate swimming career
Wed, Nov 23rd 2016 11:00 am
"This season I've been trying to remind myself during practice of the immense happiness I felt after winning MAACs my sophomore year. Keeping this feeling in my head helps remind me of what I'm working so hard towards," Julia Casolo said after finishing off a challenging afternoon practice.
Purple Eagles look to soar on & off basketball court as they look to future
Wed, Nov 23rd 2016 07:00 am
The Gallagher Center on the campus of Niagara University has seen its share of great college basketball since its opening in 1949.
Niagara University student athletes prepare for 'Life After Sports'
Sun, Apr 24th 2016 02:35 pm
Niagara University's student-athletes came together in the Gallagher Center gym for the "Life After Sports" event on Friday, April 15.
Take Back The Night leaves a lasting impact on Niagara University students
Sun, Apr 24th 2016 02:15 pm
On April 7, over 400 students at Niagara University joined together in support for Take Back the Night, a national movement whose goal is to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives.
Truly amazing places in Saigon tourists must visit
Sat, Apr 23rd 2016 06:00 pm
Saigon, currently named and still also referred to as Ho Chi Minh City, is the largest city of Vietnam in terms of population size and level of urbanization, as well as the economic leader and one of the important cultural and education centers.
Niagara University's Clet Dining Hall undergoing multimillion-dollar expansion
Sat, Apr 23rd 2016 12:00 pm
Niagara University has recently begun work on an $8 million expansion and renovation of Clet Dining Hall, the main dining hall for students on campus.
Carmine's: A little slice of family
Sat, Feb 20th 2016 09:35 am
A new Italian restaurant has opened in Niagara Falls. Located at 1701 Pine Ave., Carmine's offers hearty and homemade Italian meals. That selection was too good to pass up on a recent snowy night.
Captivating cuisine, but not a great atmosphere at Niagara Falls eatery
Sat, Apr 18th 2015 05:15 pm
Authentic Greek food is not easy to find in Western New York, but Sophie's Pita & Grill is a good place to start.
Something good at Somewhere
Tue, Apr 14th 2015 11:00 am
At the corner of East Avenue and Blairville Road in Youngstown sits Somewhere bar and restaurant. It's the perfect place for an after-work beer, or swinging by for dinner with the family without having to worry about a hefty bill.
The Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls succeeds with new expansion
Thu, Mar 26th 2015 10:40 am
Niagara Falls may be an attraction that reels in tourists in large numbers but as for destinations it's not the only thing people travel miles to experience.
All aboard! New Niagara Falls train station coming your way
Thu, Mar 26th 2015 10:15 am
The Niagara Falls International Railway Station on Lockport Road, is currently the only terminal available to train travelers coming to the Niagara Falls area.
Wolverines eye section title in 2015
Wed, Mar 25th 2015 02:00 pm
Niagara Fall High School's Varsity Baseball squad has high hopes for 2015 as a new-look team takes the field.
South-of-the-border snacks at La Galera in Niagara Falls
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 10:15 am
While most students traveled down to warm, sunny locations for spring break, I found myself looking for my own tropical getaway here in Niagara Falls. I craved the flavors that most students would be finding from our neighbors to the south at a decent price to treat myself and a guest to lunch.
DiCamillo's Bakery: A century old and thrivingl
Tue, Mar 3rd 2015 11:00 am
Despite a nearly a century's worth of changes, DiCamillo's has thrived for nearly 100 years. The bakery's bread is famous across the state and is now sold worldwide.
Niagara Falls High School hockey taking steps to a winning direction
Thu, Feb 26th 2015 10:00 am
The clock read all zeros. Niagara Falls High School's successful season had come to a sad ending with the score reading 9-0 in favor of the No. 2-seeded Williamsville North Spartans.
Local Build-A-Bear Workshop celebrates Autism Awareness month
Thu, Feb 26th 2015 09:55 am
April is Autism Awareness Month, and the Build-A-Bear Workshop at the Walden Galleria Mall is celeBEARating by showing its support for special guests and their families.
The art of lunch: A look into Pizza Bistro
Thu, Feb 12th 2015 10:50 am
Winters in Niagara Falls are infamous for their bitter temperatures and relentless snow. To avoid the biting cold, locals and tourists alike seek solace in one of the many restaurants offered throughout the city.
The Spa at the Seneca Niagara Casino: Defrost and de-stress in Niagara Falls
Thu, Feb 12th 2015 10:40 am
All is certainly well once you walk through the doors of The Spa at the Seneca Niagara Casino. Open 365 days a year, Niagara Falls', only high-end spa doesn't leave one disappointed.
Wolverines rolling toward NFL Title
Thu, Feb 12th 2015 10:40 am
Niagara Falls High School's men's basketball is well on its way to a Niagara Frontier League (NFL) championship with back to back wins in the past week. The first of which came over arch rival North Tonawanda
Niagara University student reactions to president's State of the Union
Thu, Feb 12th 2015 09:50 am
Following President Obama's State of the Union Address, several Niagara University students voiced concerns over the consequences of the commander in chief's plans. As the next generation of Americans, the students are most concerned with the cost of higher education, the increase in minimum wage and oil production. These topics of interest are constantly met with controversy and abstract speculation.
$6 million sports and educational complex welcomed by Niagara Catholic
Mon, May 5th 2014 08:25 am
The City of Niagara Falls will soon be home to a $6 million sports and educational facility, which will offer a number of programs and services for members of the community. Once built, The Niagara Community Center (run as a nonprofit organization) will be located next to Niagara Catholic Junior-Senior High School at 520 66th St.
In the city that never sleeps, Niagara University students work for major news network
Mon, May 5th 2014 08:20 am
It may be nestled just outside the small City of Niagara Falls, but Niagara University is offering world-class opportunities to its students. The university is giving college students the chance to live in New York City and intern at CBS Broadcast Center - a dream for any aspiring broadcast journalist.
Dave Matthews Band and upstate New York: A surprisingly perfect combination
Sun, May 4th 2014 08:55 pm
It is a rarity when a musical artist and venue have the perfect chemistry to mesh together. When it does happen, it is a magical thing. Upstate New York is lucky enough to have one such artist-venue combination, which perennially excites thousands.
Summer hiatus no more: Broadcast networks air new shows each summer
Sun, May 4th 2014 08:00 pm
Ever since the 1950s, television has become a staple in American households. Like all things in this ever-changing world, television - the way we watch it and what we watch - is always changing.
What does news mean to NU's student body?
Sun, May 4th 2014 06:15 pm
With thousands of print articles, television and radio broadcasts produced on a daily basis, the news is everywhere we look. With evolving technology and media, there are multiple ways to consume news through newspapers, magazines, websites and television shows.

From local to national media, stories are designed to shape our public knowledge and perception of our community and the world around us. For Niagara University students, that objective has become more difficult as news stories have become more entertaining and less educational in recent years.

"I feel like they do provide information right away, but some of it is fabricated and dramatized in order to make it interesting to keep readers wanting more," said sophomore Katie Mayes.

#TwitterandTV: A case study on the fascination of live tweeting and TV shows
Sat, May 3rd 2014 09:10 pm
We have all watched a TV show in a room surrounded by people. Together you react in fear, shock and excitement. However, have you participated in this same experience virtually?
 

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