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What we know so far about the development of Dart St. lot

What we know so far about the development of Dart St. lot

I'Jaz Eberhardt, Vice President, News Editor

April 30, 2019

New details have emerged regarding SUNY Buffalo State’s role as designated developer of the Buffalo Police Auto Impound lot, 166 Dart St. Mayor Byron W. Brown confirmed the school's new role in his State of the City Address in February. The lot “will be converted from a scrapyard into a schoolyard,”...

Career Development Center helps seniors prepare for life after college

Career Development Center helps seniors prepare for life after college

Kiera Durning, Reporter

April 23, 2019

Commencement is right around the corner for SUNY Buffalo State seniors. While some are likely to fear the working world, the Career Development Center can help. The center, Cleveland Hall 306, has multiple resources for students. These range from resumé and cover letter review, career planning, interview...

Administrative Spotlight: Interim Provost James Mayrose

Administrative Spotlight: Interim Provost James Mayrose

I'Jaz Eberhardt, Vice President, News Editor

April 14, 2019

From a tutor to interim provost: James Mayrose has been part of the SUNY Buffalo State community for 13 years and now holds one of the highest positions in the college administration. As provost, Mayrose is responsible for overseeing everything from student success to faculty research and teaching,...

Cuomo visits Buffalo State, breaks down NYS budget

Cuomo visits Buffalo State, breaks down NYS budget

Francesca Bond, Executive Editor

April 10, 2019

No, there are no updates to the state's legalization of marijuana. When Gov. Cuomo stood at the podium inside SUNY Buffalo State's Social Hall on Wednesday, he outlined the upcoming New York State budget, focusing on the funding allocated towards Western New York revitalization efforts and education,...

[PHOTO GALLERY] Take Back the Night 2019

Aaron Bobeck, Staff Photographer

April 9, 2019

On April 9, 2019, students attended the 10th annual Take Back the Night to raise awareness for sexual assault. The event was sponsored by Weigel Health Promotions, Equity and Campus Diversity, the Dean of Students, and USG. Check out this photo gallery courtesy of staff photographer Aaron Bobeck. ...

Administrative Spotlight: Vice President for Student Affairs Timothy Gordon

Administrative Spotlight: Vice President for Student Affairs Timothy Gordon

I'Jaz Eberhardt, Vice President, News Editor

March 28, 2019

On January 16, 2018, Timothy Gordon, Ph.D. became SUNY Buffalo State’s new vice president for student affairs. Nearly a month later, he was handling a water main break in the Campbell Student Union, juggling communications with fellow members of campus administration, city officials and students to get camp...

USG News and Notes: SpringFest, rowing and elections

USG News and Notes: SpringFest, rowing and elections

Dylan Sleight, Associate News Editor

March 22, 2019

Session Opens: 8:54 P.M. 3/19/19 News: Tonight attitudes were lighter than many weeks at USG. Eboard members, senators, and assemblymen alike were dressed down in preparation for next week’s highly anticipated spring break. New elects, including this year’s President Elect, Gaelle Jean-Baptiste,...

Seniors welcomed back to campus living after renovations

Seniors welcomed back to campus living after renovations

Kiera Durning, Reporter

March 22, 2019

SUNY Buffalo State is taking it back to before 2015 with residence life allowing senior students to live on campus again. In a recent email from Timothy Gordon, the Vice President for Student Affairs, Buffalo State students were informed that for fall 2019, seniors will be allotted housing on campus....

Sign up for Buffalo State’s new self-reset password program

Sign up for Buffalo State’s new self-reset password program

Record Staff

March 17, 2019

If you've ever had to reset your Buffalo State password, you'll know it's a pain. Before, students had to contact the IT Help Desk to reset their passwords. Buffalo State recently integrated a new self-resetting program so that now, you can reset your password by yourself. In order to use this,...

USG encouraging students to vote ‘mandatory’

USG encouraging students to vote ‘mandatory’

Record Staff

March 12, 2019

As part of the United Students Government (USG) elections this year, undergraduate SUNY Buffalo State students will vote on the biennial referendum of whether or not the student activity fee should remain mandatory for all students. The student activity fee, which is a $100 charge on tuition bills...

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