The Quadrangle is the college's student-edited literary and visual arts magazine. It publishes annually in the spring semester works of poetry, fiction and non-fiction prose, photography, artwork, essays, interviews, song lyrics, and short plays.

The Quadrangle was founded in the 1951-1952 academic year, and it was the fourth literary magazine at Canisius. The first moderator was Roger B. Dooley, a former graduate and English professor. It was given the name Quadrangle because of its original quarterly publication and representation of the buildings that formed a quadrangle on the main campus.


Submissions & Selection
Submissions are accepted all-year round. To make a submission, create an account at the online submission manager and upload your work. 
Submissions are selected on a rolling-basis between the months of December and February. Notification of publication is sent out by the last day of the month of February.

Unveiling & Publication
The Quadrangle is published each spring. The annual unveiling ceremony includes readings from the magazine's contributors, a display of the art, and a reception open to all Canisius University students, faculty, and staff.