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Two Sisters “Shine” at Fisher Helen Rose and Mary Grace Shine

11/27/2020 - Life for a college student can be very stressful. Add a full-time job to that, and you could say it is hectic. Make that job serving as an EMT, and you could call it down right impossible. But sisters Mary Grace and Helen Rose Shine handle the pressures of their dual lives with ease.

Students Share Experiences Abroad during Regional Conference A passport and camera sit on top of a world map.

11/20/2020 - Throughout the month of October, St. John Fisher College joined eight local colleges for ROCtober, a series of synchronous and asynchronous virtual engagement activities aimed at encouraging students to envision their global future.

Take A Deep Breath, NAMI and Peer Support Team Are Here For You! During a club meeting, students in NAMI make plans for the fall semester.

11/19/2020 - This week, College News’ #ClubCorner is doing a double feature highlighting Fisher’s chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and the Peer Support Team. Both clubs seek to educate students about mental health and cultivate a caring atmosphere on campus.

Showcasing the Fisher Mission: Meet Emily Trotman ’21 Emily Trotman and Tyler Adams celebrate at the 2020 Teddi Dance for Love.

11/15/2020 - As a freshman at St. John Fisher College, Emily Trotman ’21 had always dreamed of becoming a marketing major. She was inspired by her brother, who majored in marketing as a student at Fisher. She saw the success it brought him, and she loved that it could take her anywhere. From that point on, she had a clear path with what she wanted to do for the foreseeable future.

Honoring the Veterans Among Us Alexa Wade

11/11/2020 - On this Veterans Day, College News honors and thanks all veterans and their families, especially those who are members of our campus community.

Fisher Celebrates Its First-Generation Students First-generation students Diana Delrio, Lindsey Walton, and Mariangelis Gonzalez.

11/09/2020 - More than 450 first-generation students currently call St. John Fisher College home. They lead student organizations, conduct research in labs, and volunteer in the community. On Monday, Nov. 9, Fisher joins a nation-wide celebration of first-generation students and the positive impacts they have on campuses across the country.

MSA Educates Fisher Students on Islamic Culture Logo: Muslim Student Alliance

11/08/2020 - This week in #ClubCorner, College News is highlighting the Muslim Student Alliance. Also known as MSA, this club works to establish a relationship between Muslim and non-Muslim campus community members. It gives Muslims and non-Muslims a chance to get to know more about Islam and other religions that exist.

Marketing Week Offers Essential Advice for Students A screenshot of a Zoom talk with a Fisher alumnus during Marketing Week.

11/02/2020 - For the first time ever, the St. John Fisher College American Marketing Association (AMA) chapter hosted a weeklong, virtual showcase of career opportunities and highlighted the benefits of AMA membership during its annual Marketing Week. Held in mid-October, the schedule included professional speakers and informational workshops.

Teddi TikTok Challenge Supports Cancer Patient A screenshot of the Teddi TikTok video.

10/29/2020 - If you love TikTok, you have probably seen Tia Stokes post a dance or two. Stokes, who was diagnosed with Leukemia in April 2020, pledged to share a dance every day on the platform until she beat the disease. As viewers shared in her journey, they rallied around her, even doing the dance for her on days when she was too ill to do it herself.

Calling All Writers: Submit Your Work to ANGLES A promotional image encouraging students to submit their creative writing to Angles Magazine at angles@gmail.com

10/29/2020 - ANGLES, St. John Fisher College’s national undergraduate literary magazine, is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming issue.