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New Book Club Explores Intersections of Racism and Religion An open book rests on a table.

01/20/2022 - This semester, the Department of Religious Studies, the Office of Campus Ministry, and Senior Diversity Officer Dr. Marlowe Washington are collaborating to host a book club that explores the intersection of religion and racism.

Tepas Commons Offers Fisher Students Space to Build Community Tepas Commons opened for student use on Friday, Jan. 14.

01/18/2022 - On Friday, Jan. 14, St. John Fisher College opened the doors to the Dennis ’72 and Denise Tepas Commons, a newly designed student space located in the heart of the Donald E. Bain Campus Center. Formerly known as the Campus Center Mainstage, Tepas Commons is named in honor of Dennis ’72 and Denise Tepas, whose significant philanthropy made the transformation possible.

Countdown to Commencement 2022: MacGregor Winegard MacGregor Winegard

01/17/2022 - Economics and mathematics double major MacGregor Winegard, who is also a computer science minor, is the first member of the Class of 2022 to be featured in the “Countdown to Commencement” series. Winegard was nominated by Jonathan Schott, assistant director of Campus Ministry.

SDO: Fall Cardinal Conversations Series “A Great Success” Marlowe Washington

12/21/2021 - Throughout the fall semester, the Student Government Association, Lavery Library, and Senior Diversity Officer Dr. Marlowe Washington, led monthly Cardinal Conversations, giving the campus community an opportunity to hold in-depth discussions about diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Student Shares First Generation Experience Spencer Bonawitz ’23

12/10/2021 - Fisher student Spencer Bonawitz ’23 added his voice to a series of blog posts on I’m First! about the first-generation college student experience.

Fisher Students Invited to Participate in Business Plan Competition A School of Business student presents to class.

12/07/2021 - St. John Fisher College students from all majors with an interest in entrepreneurship are invited to participate in the New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC) starting in January.

CSTEP Celebrates Four December Graduates Tyana Velazquez-Smith (left) with the four December 2021 CSTEP graduates.

12/06/2021 - This December, four members of St. John Fisher College’s New York State Education Department’s Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) will successfully earn their diplomas. During a ceremony on Friday, Dec. 3, seniors Alexis Diaz, Ashley Wightman, Naima Omar, and Alex Carabello were honored and recognized for their academic accomplishments.

Six Ways to Get Career-Ready during Winter Break A sign reads - Career Get Started Now

12/03/2021 - Students: the fall semester is coming to an end, and you will soon be home for break. That’s 24 days of sleep, attending family gatherings, relaxing, and more. But in all reality, how much of that time can you spend eating fruit cake?

Learning Community Course Hosts New Toy and Warm Clothing Drive A set of gifts.

11/18/2021 - This fall, students in the Learning Community course, Refugees and Race in Rochester, are hosting a New Toy and Warm Clothing Drive to benefit refugee families at Mary’s Place.

Three Sibling Sets on Two Teams Adds Up to One Fisher Family The Collins sisters hold up the Empire 8 Championship trophy.

11/15/2021 - It’s not every year you’ll see a set of three siblings on the same athletic team. It’s even more rare to have two sets of three siblings on two teams. But this year, trios of siblings on the St. John Fisher College women’s cross country team and men’s soccer team bring new meaning to the term Fisher family.