Pharmacists on Front Lines of Flu Vaccine Efforts A community pharmacist administers a flu shot to a patient.

11/02/2020 - This fall, efforts to avoid a “twindemic” spike in cases of both influenza and COVID-19 have health officials urging individuals to get a flu vaccine. Dr. Beth Sutton Burke, assistant professor in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy and community pharmacist with Wegmans, said the risk of disease transmission and stresses on the health care system are the main considerations for this increased push.

Be a Cardinal Champion Employees and Cardinal, Fisher's mascot, hold signs showing their Fisher pride.

11/01/2020 - St. John Fisher College will host its second Giving Day on Tuesday, Dec. 1. Help us make a difference by signing up as a Cardinal Champion!

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

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

#ClubCorner: Gaming Club Creates a Relaxing Space for Students A person plays Fortnight.

10/28/2020 - This week, College News features the Gaming Club. Fisher’s Gaming Club is a collection of students that believe in relaxation through gaming and socialization. They support both competitive and casual gaming to facilitate a relaxing environment.

Trio Looks into Pandemic Impact on the Undergraduate Research Experience Andrew Clark (pictured) was one of three students to explore how the pandemic may have impacted undergraduate research experiences.

10/26/2020 - Honors student Ethan Hutchins and Andrew Clark and Nicholas Nelepovitz spent their summer working together to research how COVID-19 would impact undergraduate research and how to navigate this environment to get the most out of their experience. The group’s goal was to provide students with beneficial information about the research experience, especially with new guidelines and regulations that posed limits to the learning experience for undergraduate research.

Panel Discussion to Explore Racial Restoration Logo: Office of Multicultural Affairs at St. John Fisher College

10/26/2020 - This week, the Office of Multicultural Affairs at St. John Fisher College will host the panel discussion, Racial Restoration.

New Gift Funds Nonprofit Internship Experiences for Fisher Students Jill Knittel

10/26/2020 - St. John Fisher College students interested in gaining experience-based learning at a not-for-profit organization will now have greater opportunities to do so, thanks to the newly established Jill ’94 and James Knittel Award for Not-for-Profit Internships.

Fisher’s S-STEM Team Shares Class-Based Mindfulness Practices at Conference Logo: Association of College and University Biology Educators

10/25/2020 - On Sunday, Oct. 25, faculty members on St. John Fisher College’s National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM grant team presented an 80-minute workshop as part of the 64th annual Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) virtual meeting.

Celebrating Women in the MBA MBA students Jada Kims, Paige Wickham, and Melissa Kuberka

10/21/2020 - Since 1938, companies and organizations have celebrated National Business Women’s Week during the third full week of October. In recognition of the many women making positive contributions to the study of business practices, the MBA program at St. John Fisher College spotlights three women currently pursuing advanced degrees.

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