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PR Class Creates Inclusive Campaign for Lavery Library Students stop by tables at Lavery Library's Diversity Fest!

04/08/2022 - Students in Professor Arien Rozelle’s PR Research and Planning (COMM472) course partnered with Lavery Library on a semester-long project to make the library more welcoming to people of diverse backgrounds.

Lavery Library to Host Diversity Fest Logo: Lavery Library Diversity Fest

03/31/2022 - This week, Lavery Library will commemorate Celebrate Diversity Month by hosting its first-ever Diversity Fest, from 1 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, in the Library’s walkway, just outside of the main entrance.

PRIMA Event Features Speakers Set to Inspire Magnifi U Speakers: Roddy Chong, Jillion Potter, Lori Toscano, Ryan Miller

03/30/2022 - Does watching a TED Talk light you up with ambition? Do you aspire to set yourself apart from the pack as a young professional? Ever dealt with feelings of uncertainty about the future, or what will come next for you as a post-college graduate? If you said yes to any of these questions, you won’t want to miss Magnifi U Voices: Finding Your Frequency, taking place at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6, in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Symposium Explores the Holocaust, Antisemitism through Lens of Maus A cover of the graphic novel, Maus. (Photo credit:

03/15/2022 - When a Tennessee school district banned Maus from its curriculum in January, it sparked a nationwide discussion of book banning and resurgence in sales of the almost 30-year-old Pulitzer prize-winning graphic novel about the Holocaust.

St. John Fisher College Appoints New Cavanaugh Chair of Catholic Studies Rev. George T. Smith, CSB

03/14/2022 - St. John Fisher College has appointed Rev. George T. Smith, CSB, as the institution’s William and Helen Cavanaugh Chair of Catholic Studies in the School of Arts and Sciences. Smith is the first Basilian but second priest to be appointed to this role; he succeeds Rev. William Graf, who served as a member of the Fisher faculty for 37 years including as chair of the Religious Studies Department before his retirement in 2020. Smith will officially begin his role on September 1.

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.

Fisher Designated 2022-23 Military Friendly School Seal: 2022-2023 Military Friendly® School - Gold

03/08/2022 - St. John Fisher College has earned 2022-2023 Military Friendly® School designation by Viqtory Media. Fisher was awarded the gold rank in the private doctorate offering category and was one of only 665 schools to earn special awards of the more than 1,800 participating institutions.

Spring Teach-In Seeks to Answer the Question: Where Are We Now? Students listen to a professor in class.

03/07/2022 - Two years after the pandemic disrupted nearly every facet of life and shed greater light on societal inequities, faculty members from the School of Arts and Sciences will seek to answer the question, “Where are we now?” during the Spring 2022 Teach-In.

Employers Want to Meet You at the Career Fair A student talks with a potential employer about career opportunities.

02/23/2022 - It’s the best day of the year, the St. John Fisher College Spring Career Fair is back in-person with 50+ employers who want to meet you!

Fisher Announces Fall 2021 Dean’s List Honorees Official Seal of St. John Fisher College

02/18/2022 - St. John Fisher College recently announced the Dean’s List honorees for the fall 2021 semester, which includes more than 1,200 undergraduate students.