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Evergreen Committee to host end of the semester clean out May 8 – 12

Evergreen Committee to host end of the semester clean out May 8 – 12

Joel Hopkins, Opinion Editor
May 4, 2017
Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories

The Evergreen Committee will host its end of the semester clean out, Don't Throw it Out!, from May 8 until May 12 on campus at Buffalo State. This campaign aims to collect donations of clothes, food, appliances, or furniture from those who may have considered throwing out the items otherwise. Donations will be ...

Q&A with celebrity chef and Buffalo State alum Lazarus Lynch

Q&A with celebrity chef and Buffalo State alum Lazarus Lynch

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
April 3, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Recent Stories, Showcase, Student Lifestyle

It has been one year since Lazarus Lynch has walked the campus of Buffalo State.  In that time, he has become an internet food sensation, branding his own brand of cooking with soulful family influences.  Chef Lynch was gracious enough to devote some of his time for an interview with The Record. So, first thing...

Buffalo State can improve on food available to students

Buffalo State can improve on food available to students

Olimpcia Desamour, Reporter
March 8, 2017
Filed under OPINION, Recent Stories, Student Experience

I have been attending SUNY Buffalo State for about two years now, beginning in the summer of 2015 as an EOP student, and I have noticed one major problem throughout my time here: the food! Beginning as a fresh out of high school student, I was expecting a little bit more than what I was getting. At...

Letter to the editor: New York State should invest more in universities

Nigel Peters, Contributor
September 27, 2016
Filed under Letters to the Editor, OPINION, Recent Stories

Colleges and universities are kicking off their fall semesters across the state. As the summer winds down and the dorms open up, many students and their families are wondering if New York State higher education policies are helping or hurting. A college-educated workforce is in demand; a recent Georgetown...

Campus garners new grooves for fall semester

Campus garners new grooves for fall semester

Chance Morrow, Staff Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Campus, NEWS

The fall semester is well underway at SUNY Buffalo State. Each year, the college implements new services to improve the experiences of new and returning students. This year is no different. Transportation on campus and around Buffalo is easier than ever this semester. Lisa Krieger, assistant vice...

Hero burger holding contest to create the ‘Bengal Burger’

Maris Lambie, Staff Writer
February 9, 2016
Filed under City, NEWS

Hero Certified Burgers on Elmwood Ave. is hosting its “Bengal Burger Contest” for SUNY Buffalo State students. Students are able to design their own burger online to be featured as one of Hero’s new burgers. Grand prizes include a $500 gift card for the campus Barnes and Noble bookstore and...

Food costs too damn high

Katherine Middleton, Opinion Editor
April 25, 2015
Filed under OPINION

Buying food on campus can be a draining experience, both emotionally and financially. Dealing with sometimes-moody staff members and paying high prices for mediocre food every day can take its toll on a person. During a one-week period, I spent $94.43 on food in retail. Since I live in the Student...

Welcome to Buffalo: an eating town with a hockey problem

Lucy Lopez, Social Media Coordinator
April 9, 2014
Filed under CULTURE, Recent Stories, Student Lifestyle

As a North Buffalo native, I’m in the center of it all.  I am a regulation “foodie” and the BuffaloEats blog is bookmarked on my computer. There are few things better than steak and eggs accompanied by a mimosa at a Sunday brunch at Pano’s, or having Pearl Street Grill and Brewery become...

Consumers deserve GMO labeling

Anthony Reyes, Reporter
November 13, 2013
Filed under Columns, OPINION

Each and every day one of the biggest questions people face is "Where will my next meal come from?" The food we eat is one of the essential parts to living a healthy life, so it's obvious as to why it's such an important question. According to the Center for Food Safety, about 60-70 percent of food...

Being vegetarian in weck and wing city proves to be easier than expected

Alicia Yeager, Reporter
October 22, 2013
Filed under CULTURE, Student Lifestyle

As I walk through the dining hall line on campus, I fill my plate with salad, garden burgers, bean burger melts, or tofu and rice dishes, usually with a side of vegetable chili or tomato basil soup. When I go to the store, my grocery cart gets filled with veggie burgers, soy “chik’n,” and tofu...

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