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Campus Ministry Travels to Houston for Spring Break Over 30 students traveled to Texas during spring break to spread service to the Houston community with the Office of Campus Ministry.

04/01/2022 - Over 30 students traveled to Texas during spring break to spread service to the Houston community with the Office of Campus Ministry.

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.

TRIO Students Network with Graduate Programs, Connect with Alumni in D.C. Students in the TRIO program visited Washington, D.C. to tour colleges and network with Fisher alumni.

03/23/2022 - Thirty-one student scholars in Fisher’s TRIO program recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to visit graduate and medical schools, meet with Fisher alumni, and take in all that the nation’s capital has to offer.

Pharmacy Resumes International Service Trips Post-Pandemic A pharmacy student counsels a young patient at a health clinic in Peru.

03/16/2022 - After more than two years, the Wegmans School of Pharmacy sent two teams of students to serve on international service projects, caring for patients and community members in Roatan, Honduras and Lima, Peru.

Cardinals Embrace Latiné! Fisher students at an LSU meeting.

03/16/2022 - St. John Fisher College’s Latino Student Union (LSU) has changed their name to Latiné Student Union after a series of discussions on the subject.

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.

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.