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Two Sisters “Shine” at Fisher Helen Rose and Mary Grace Shine

11/27/2020 - Life for a college student can be very stressful. Add a full-time job to that, and you could say it is hectic. Make that job serving as an EMT, and you could call it down right impossible. But sisters Mary Grace and Helen Rose Shine handle the pressures of their dual lives with ease.

Fisher to Partner with Rochester Pro Soccer Club Soccer players battle for a ball on the field.

11/18/2020 - The Sport Management Department at St. John Fisher College is engaging in a strategic partnership with Rochester Pro Soccer Club LLC.

St. John Fisher College Announces iFisher Initiative Students in Dr. Michael Boller's class participated in the Apple 1:1 pilot during the 2019-2020 academic year.

11/16/2020 - The College will become the first in Upstate New York to implement an Apple 1:1 program for all undergraduate students.

Fisher to Celebrate 18th Annual Philosophy Day Pope Francis

11/13/2020 - St. John Fisher College will celebrate its 18th Annual Philosophy Day from 2:45 to 4:05 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

Psychology Department Studies Problem Solving with Pets A dog tries to solve the puzzle.

11/12/2020 - At one time or another, most dog owners have found themselves chatting up their four-legged friends. They may have even ruffled their fur, and said aloud, “I wonder how much you actually understand?”

Honoring the Veterans Among Us Alexa Wade

11/11/2020 - On this Veterans Day, College News honors and thanks all veterans and their families, especially those who are members of our campus community.

Fisher Celebrates Its First-Generation Students First-generation students Diana Delrio, Lindsey Walton, and Mariangelis Gonzalez.

11/09/2020 - More than 450 first-generation students currently call St. John Fisher College home. They lead student organizations, conduct research in labs, and volunteer in the community. On Monday, Nov. 9, Fisher joins a nation-wide celebration of first-generation students and the positive impacts they have on campuses across the country.

Four Biology Students Win Competitive National Research Grants Cheyenne Ernst, Veronika Jurzcuk, Caden Jensen, and Joseph Current

11/04/2020 - Four undergraduate biology students at St. John Fisher College were awarded TriBeta Research Grant Awards. The students received grants totaling $2,509 to support their biology research at Fisher.

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.

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.