10/04/2017 - Rob Kornaker, who has guided the St. John Fisher College men’s basketball team for nearly two decades, has announced his decision to step down as head coach of the Cardinals following one of the most successful coaching stints in the College’s history.
10/03/2017 - More than 1,000 Fisher alumni are expected to return to campus for Alumni Weekend, held this Friday, Oct. 6 through Sunday, Oct. 8. Among the dozens of events happening over the course of the three days—including a performance by The Second City—here’s five reasons to love (and attend) Alumni Weekend.
10/02/2017 - This fall, a new club, the Student Alumni Association (SAA), has emerged at St. John Fisher College.
10/02/2017 - St. John Fisher College student Diana Russo ’18 is teaming up with Jazz90.1 to provide a free personal radio to Alzheimer’s patients at two local memory care facilities.
09/29/2017 - After a nationwide search, St. John Fisher College has named Dr. Matha Thornton as the new vice president for student affairs.
09/28/2017 - This fall, St. John Fisher College welcomes three alumni to its Board of Trustees. Jacqueline Peterson ’75, former vice president for student affairs and dean of students at the College of the Holy Cross; Mark Peterson ’83, president and chief executive officer of Intersect Illinois; and Randy White ’75, president and chief executive officer of JN White, will begin three-year terms on the board effective September 2017.
09/28/2017 - This October, the Fisher Reads program will host lectures, film screenings, and presentations that celebrate and explore the writings of Henry David Thoreau.
09/27/2017 - Faculty members in the Chemistry Department hosted the fourth annual Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Day at Fisher earlier this summer.
09/26/2017 - Dr. Gerard J. Rooney, president of St. John Fisher College, will deliver a talk on the current state of the College and his vision for its future during the October First Friday Lecture.
09/26/2017 - Through St. John Fisher College’s relationship with the priests of the Congregation of St. Basil, members of the campus community have the opportunity to assist Texans affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.