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An Inside Look at Student Experiences with iFisher A student uses an iPad.

10/15/2021 - Beginning this fall, all undergraduate students received their own iPad, keyboard case, and Apple Pencil as part of iFisher: Next Generation Learning Initiative, stemming from the College’s commitment to providing students with transformative experiences designed to help them achieve their educational goals and early career outcomes.

Ryne Morrison Chosen to Lead Fisher's Wrestling Program Ryne Morrison

10/13/2021 - Following a national search, the St. John Fisher College Department of Athletics is excited to introduce Ryne Morrison as the newest head coach of its wrestling team as the Cardinals gear up for competition in 2022 following a 38-year hiatus.

Fisher to Host Fresh Check Day Logo: Fresh Check Day

10/13/2021 - St. John Fisher College will host Fresh Check Day, a concept created by The Jordan Porco Foundation, to bring the whole campus community together to “check-in” on the mental health and wellness of Fisher students.

The Courage Bowl, an Annual Fall Favorite, Raises Over $12,000 for Camp Good Days Fisher football players with the Courage Bowl Honorary Football Coaches.

10/04/2021 - The Courage Bowl really is “more than just a game.” Since the tradition began in 2004, the Courage Bowl has raised money for Camp Good Days and Special Times, a non-profit organization that serves children with cancer and their families. This year, nearly 2,800 fans helped raise more than $12,000 through the game, which was held on Saturday, Oct. 2.

Senior Shannon Munier Spent Summer as an Urban Fellow Shannon Munier and a colleague host a table promoting Generation Two.

09/30/2021 - Shannon Munier, a senior media management major and data analytics minor at St. John Fisher College, spent her summer with the Urban Fellows Program, volunteering more than 300 hours with Generation Two, a non-profit organization in Rochester that focuses on child-play initiatives to benefit childhood development.

Cross Country Office Honors Program’s Inaugural Coach Mike Henchen, Terry Rodenbeck, and President Rooney cut the ceremonial ribbon on the newly named Cross Country Coach's Office

09/29/2021 - On Friday, Sept. 3, St. John Fisher College honored Terry Rodenbeck ’64, an alumnus of the College and the inaugural coach of the cross country program, by renaming the coach’s office in his honor.

Courage Bowl XVI: More Than Just a Game An aerial image of Courage Bowl 2018.

09/27/2021 - After missing the 2020 Courage Bowl, the St. John Fisher College Cardinals are ready to take the field this Saturday, Oct. 2, to face The College at Brockport Golden Eagles for Courage Bowl XVI. This annual football tradition benefits Camp Good Days and Special Times, an organization that has served children with cancer and their families for more than four decades and one that is close to the hearts of many Fisher students, employees, and alumni.

Lab Gives Fisher Gamers a Place to Play, Makes Room for e-sports at Fisher Members of the Fisher Gaming Club play Super Smash Bros. in the newly opened Gaming Lab.

09/24/2021 - Outfitted with 12 high-powered computers, two large screen TVs, comfy chairs and modular furniture, and an array of Xbox, Nintendo, and PlayStation consoles, St. John Fisher College’s Gaming Lab, which opened in late spring 2021, is the new home for any student with an interest in gaming.

Meet the 2021-2022 Student Government Association Executive Board Members of the 2021-2022 Student Government Association Executive Board.

09/23/2021 - The Student Government Association (SGA) is back on campus and ready to represent and advocate for students on all aspects of college life.

Fisher Student Gains Experience in the Field through Baseball Internship Brandon Smith works with players in the Cape Cod Baseball League.

09/15/2021 - Brandon Smith ’23 hopes to one day work for a major league baseball organization. That passion took him to Cape Cod over the summer where he completed an internship with the nation’s premier collegiate baseball league.