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Student Photography Contest Opens A photograph of Niagara Falls taken by Dr. Linda MacCammon.

10/19/2018 - The School of Arts and Sciences has launched a student photography contest in conjunction with an upcoming gallery show, “The Art of Living in the Moment.”

For Madigan, Frankenstein Lives! Tim Madigan

10/19/2018 - Just in time for Halloween, Dr. Tim Madigan guest-edited the current issue of Philosophy Now magazine, which commemorates the 200th anniversary of the publication of Frankenstein, and its connection to philosophy.

Alumna Publishes Memoir Fisher alumna Laura Fahrenthold recently published the memoir, The Pink Steering Wheel Chronicles.

10/18/2018 - Fisher alumna Laura Fahrenthold recently published the memoir, The Pink Steering Wheel Chronicles, a moving portrait of life told with unflinching honesty about marriage, motherhood, and mourning after the sudden death of her husband.

PRSSA Attends 2018 National Conference in Texas Members of Fisher's PRSSA chapter attended the organization's national conference in Austin, Texas.

10/12/2018 - On Thursday, Oct. 4, Assistant Professor of Media and Communication, Arien Rozelle, and seven students representing Fisher’s Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) traveled to Austin, Texas for the 2018 PRSSA National Conference.

Fisher Professors Ranked No. 29 in New York A professor talks with students in a science lab.

10/04/2018 -, a major research and ranking site, has ranked St. John Fisher College No. 29 among the Colleges with the Best Professors in New York for 2019.

Fisher Community Unites during National Voters Registration Day Students registered to vote during Fisher's National Voters Registration Day.

10/02/2018 - On Monday, Sept. 25, more than 100 members of the St. John Fisher College community registered to vote during the National Voters Registration Day event.

Exhibit Celebrates Rochester Polonia’s Role in 1918 Restoration of Poland Photograph included in the exhibit, Under the Ancient Polish Flag.

09/28/2018 - “Under the Ancient Polish Flag,” an exhibit of images and artifacts, celebrates the contributions that Rochester’s Polish community made to the restoration of a free, independent Poland at the close of World War I.

Rev. Thomas Rosica Earns New Vatican Appointment Rev. Thomas Rosica

09/24/2018 - Rev. Thomas Rosica, CSB, has been appointed by the Vatican to be the English language assistant for the Synod of Bishops during the month of October.

Arien Rozelle Named Kopenhaver Fellow Arien Rozelle (fifth from the right) was named a Kopenhaver Fellow.

09/24/2018 - Arien Rozelle, visiting assistant professor of media and communication, was named a fellow with the Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication this summer.

Dr. Frederick Dotolo Presents Work at Conference Society of Terrorism Research logo

09/24/2018 - During the Society for Terrorism Research’s international conference Dr. Frederick Dotolo, Associate professor of history, presented a work entitled, “The Strategy of the Counterweight: Italy's Sphere of Influence in Yemen, 1928-38.”