07/05/2022 - The Willis Wesley Griffis, Jr. Emergency Fund was recently created to help students in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy who face a family hardship or emergency situation. The gift was designed to help students travel to and from the University so that they may visit a loved one during a difficult time.
07/01/2022 - On the 200th anniversary of the Congregation of St. Basil, Fr. Kevin Mannara, CSB, reflects on their philosophy of education and lasting influence on the University.
07/01/2022 - On the cusp of its 75th anniversary, St. John Fisher College has become in name what it has been in practice for more than a decade—St. John Fisher University.
12/10/2021 - Fifty years after Fisher welcomed its first full-time female students, each of the College’s five Schools is led by a woman. We asked them each five questions about their journey to the dean’s suite.
11/24/2021 - If you’ve scrolled TikTok, chances are you’ve seen videos of the Dougherty Dozen, documenting the daily happenings of a family of 12.
11/23/2021 - If you’ve been to a Fisher sporting event, chances are you’ve seen Bob Moline ’68. One of the most loyal and ardent supporters of Fisher athletics, Bob can be found cheering on the Cardinals, chatting with fellow fans, or catching up with coaches, players, and parents post-game.
11/19/2021 - In celebration of the 50th season of Fisher Football, Collegium sits down with Coach Paul Vosburgh
11/18/2021 - In the fall of 1969, three Fisher students—Dan O’Connor, Joe Hazard, and Bill Brown—were busy creating something that would become a Fisher legacy: a football team.
08/05/2021 - St. John Fisher College continues to celebrate 50 years of Fisher females. In this issue, Collegium highlights five mom-daughter duos, who share their experiences of Fisher then and now, and how they became Fisher legacy families.
08/05/2021 - Dr. Roger DiPietro ’91 has released the final two books in his Decoding Persistent Depression series.