Relay Marks 15 Years of Walking for ACS A luminary at Relay for Life.

03/16/2017 - This month, St. John Fisher College will host the 15th annual Relay for Life, an inspirational 12-hour event to celebrate and honor those who have been affected by cancer. Students, faculty, staff, and community members alike come together in a family-friendly, high-energy atmosphere to not only remember, but to fight back against cancer by walking together towards a cure. Read More

Students Interact with Art in Upstate New York Galleries Dane Kreilick, Lainie Lucas, Tyler Hicks, and Sunni Nicholson enjoy a work of art at the Albright Knox Museum in Buffalo.

03/16/2017 - Students in the Digital Cultures and Technologies program’s Interaction Art course visited the Albright Knox Museum in Buffalo on Friday, Feb. 17, to learn more about avant-garde art and art gallery presentation. During their visit, they had the opportunity to visit the current Picasso exhibit, along with the permanent galleries, which include work by Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. Read More

Investment Club Tours NYC’s Financial District School of Business students visit UBS in New York City.

03/16/2017 - While some students spent spring break kicking back and relaxing, a small group of students from the St. John Fisher College School of Business spent their week touring financial institutions in New York City. Read More

Philanthropy Week Kicks Off Monday Students celebrate Philanthropy Week at Fisher.

03/16/2017 - During the week of March 20 through March 24, a series of events will celebrate philanthropy at St. John Fisher College. Now in its second year, Philanthropy Week aims to educate students about the positive impact of giving on the campus community. Read More

Cheer on the Cardinals at the Charity Wheelchair Basketball Game Fisher has hosted the charity wheelchair basketball game for seven years.

03/16/2017 - St. John Fisher College faculty and staff will take on Rochester Wheels, the city’s professional wheelchair basketball team, during a charity game that raises funds for Rochester Accessible Adventures (RAA). The annual game will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 20, in the Manning & Napier Varsity Gym in the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Athletic Center. Read More

Fisher to Host First-Ever Out of the Darkness Campus Walk Nursing students participate in a community Out of Darkness Walk, held in fall 2016.

03/16/2017 - Join the effort on campus to bring awareness to suicide and suicide prevention and to decrease the stigma associated with mental illness during St. John Fisher College’s first-ever Out of Darkness Campus Walk. Scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon on Sunday, March 26, the walk begins at the Wegmans School of Nursing. Read More

Countdown to Commencement: Colby Brown Countdown to Commencement 2017 Logo

03/13/2017 - Our next featured senior in the 2017 Countdown to Commencement video series is Colby Brown, a media management major who was nominated by Sally Vaughn, director of community service. Read More

Student Spreads Kindness and Unity, One Rock at a Time Rocks-of-Unity-Logo

03/06/2017 - Can a handful of rocks unite a college? For St. John Fisher College student Alexa Zappia, the answer is yes. Read More

Business Students Honored by Financial Executives Organization Colin McGraw ’18 (pictured second from the right) was given an award from the Rochester Chapter of Financial Executives International.

03/02/2017 - Two students from the St. John Fisher College School of Business—Colin McGraw ’18 and Makenna Moriarty ’17—were recently recognized by the Rochester Chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI), during the chapter’s Scholars Award Dinner, held on Tuesday, Feb. 21. Read More

3D Printing Helps Determine “What Killed Lucy” A 3D printer was used to create models of bones belonging to Lucy, a famous 3.2 million-year-old skeleton of the hominin species.

03/02/2017 - Throughout the past several weeks, faculty and students in the biology and anthropology departments have been collaborating on a project, “What Killed Lucy,” using 3D printing and forensic anthropology to analyze the death of Lucy—a famous 3.2 million-year-old skeleton of the hominin species who has striking human similarities. Read More