LEWISTON, N.Y. (WIVB) - On Tuesday, Niagara University hosted a grand send-off to honor its longtime leader.
Outgoing president Reverend Joseph Levesque is now heading to New York City, where he will serve as interim president of St. John's University. The priest says this is farewell, not goodbye.
"This day is emotional but not only because I'm going down to St. John's. But I do look forward to coming back," Levesque said.
Father James Maher will take over as NU's president on Thursday.
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