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Countdown to Commencement 2022: Cindy Ramos Cindy Ramos

03/14/2022 - Psychology major Cindy Ramos is the next member of the Class of 2022 to be featured in the “Countdown to Commencement” series. Ramos was nominated by the Office of Campus Ministry.

Lecture Explores Media Access for Women and People of Color Dr. Rebecca Lind

03/09/2022 - The Department of Media and Communication at St. John Fisher College will present the spring lecture, “Different Voices, Different Paths: Media Access for Women and People of Color in the U.S.,” presented by Dr. Rebecca Lind of University of Illinois at Chicago. The lecture will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, March 28, in the Joseph S. Skalny Welcome Center in the James ’71 and Kathleen Leo Community Room, followed by a reception and hors d'oeuvres at 6:45 p.m.

Campus Ministry Prepares for Texas Service Trip Students volunteering at a site in Houston during the 2020 service trip.

02/04/2022 - This March, more than 30 students will travel to Texas to engage in service work supporting organizations and agencies that address homelessness and food insecurity.

Prayer, Meditation Space Opens in Wegmans School of Nursing From left to right: Fr. Kevin Mannara, Dr. Tricia Gatlin, mental health counseling student Oumou Wague, and Dr. Gail Bagley.

01/27/2022 - A new space for students to pray, meditate, or simply enjoy quiet has opened in the Wegmans School of Nursing.

Students Explore DEI at Fisher in Psychology of Diversity Course Students present their DEI recommendations during their final class session.

01/20/2022 - Throughout the fall semester, students in Dr. Kimberly McClure Brenchley’s Psychology of Diversity course formed mock task forces to develop recommendations for actionable changes at the College that would foster diversity, equity, and inclusion.

New Book Club Explores Intersections of Racism and Religion An open book rests on a table.

01/20/2022 - This semester, the Department of Religious Studies, the Office of Campus Ministry, and Senior Diversity Officer Dr. Marlowe Washington are collaborating to host a book club that explores the intersection of religion and racism.

O’Keefe Ross Gallery Hosts “The Willard Suitcases, Photographs by Jon Crispin” A photograph of a suitcase belonging to Nora M., a resident of Willard Asylum.

01/19/2022 - A photography exhibit, “The Willard Suitcases,” featuring the work of photographer Jon Crispin is now on display at the Patricia O'Keefe Ross Gallery, located in the Joseph S. Skalny Welcome Center at St. John Fisher College.

SDO: Fall Cardinal Conversations Series “A Great Success” Marlowe Washington

12/21/2021 - Throughout the fall semester, the Student Government Association, Lavery Library, and Senior Diversity Officer Dr. Marlowe Washington, led monthly Cardinal Conversations, giving the campus community an opportunity to hold in-depth discussions about diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Philosophy Day Lecture Explores Mutually Respectful Dialogue Two birds perch on a bird bath.

11/08/2021 - St. John Fisher College's celebration of the 19th Annual Philosophy Day will feature former St. John Fisher College professor, Fr. Donald J. Lococo, CSB, who will present the talk, “Mutually Respectful Dialogue: The Harmony of Science and Faith.”

Fisher Students Check In on Mental Health Students hold up signs of encouragement.

11/01/2021 - It’s okay to check in on your mental health. That’s the message St. John Fisher College students took from Fresh Check Day, which brought more than 150 students to LeChase Commons to reflect on their mental health and wellness and to learn more about the campus resources available to them.