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Discussion floats ideas for the future of Moore Hall 

Discussion floats ideas for the future of Moore Hall 

Jacob Fries, Reporter

November 12, 2019

An informal discussion about what to do with Moore Hall was held on Nov. 8 in the Campbell Student Union. The brainstorming session, which was led by the Campus Planning Committee, was done in order to gauge what students want out of a renovated Moore Hall.  The discussion was overseen by Cam...

Comm Students working to make Kidney Disease ‘visible’

Comm Students working to make Kidney Disease ‘visible’

Francis Boeck, Executive Editor

November 9, 2019

SUNY Buffalo State senior Delvin Maurino admitted he didn’t know much about kidney disease before this semester. Not many people do. In fact, doctors and kidney advocates often refer Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) as an ‘invisible disease’ because of the lack of outward signs a patient will...

Buffalo State tracking prospective students’ internet history, according to Washington Post report

Buffalo State tracking prospective students’ internet history, according to Washington Post report

Shavonne Pucula, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

SUNY Buffalo State was recently mentioned in a Washington Post article.  Cool, right? Not really. Washington Post investigative reporters Douglas MacMillan and Nick Anderson recently did a story about colleges who use cookies to track students’ history online and Buffalo State was one of nearl...

Buffalo State lays out a Master Plan for campus 

Buffalo State lays out a Master Plan for campus 

Natalie Maloy, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

An update meeting on the progress of SUNY Buffalo State's master plan was held on Tuesday, October 8 in the Bulger Communication Center. All students, faculty and staff were invited to attend this meeting. Many attended this meeting including Vice President of Finance and Management and Laura Barnum...

Do Buffalo State Students Feel Safe on Campus?

Do Buffalo State Students Feel Safe on Campus?

Jomyah Yogar, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Earlier this month, SUNY Buffalo State students and staff learned that a shooting occurred on campus during a fight. The shooting took place on Rees Street near the Student Apartment Complex and Campus Walk Apartments. Thankfully, the shot was fired into the air and no one was hurt, but the standing ...

NAACP wins the Lip Sync Battle

NAACP wins the Lip Sync Battle

Johnna Solan, Reporter

October 25, 2019

A crowd of at least 40 to 80 students gathered in the Campell Student Union Wednesday night for SUNY Buffalo State’s annual Lip Sync Battle, the event was apart of this week’s homecoming activities.  The atmosphere was emphatic and lively, all the students were dancing and singing along to the mus...

Carnival coming back to Buffalo State this year

Carnival coming back to Buffalo State this year

Sarah Schreiber, Reporter

October 24, 2019

SUNY Buffalo State is celebrating Homecoming with a week full of fun-filled activities for everyone including students, friends, family and alumni, including the popular Carnival, which the United Students Government (USG) announced is going to be brought back. The USG Carnival will take place on Friday f...

Campus safety remains a big concern mid-semester

Campus safety remains a big concern mid-semester

Johnathan Ciolek, Reporter

October 23, 2019

Crime has plagued Buffalo State students this semester and has brought many questions about safety. The answer to how to stay safe is simple but requires students to follow the suggested actions, according to the University Police Department.  In compliance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus...

Homecoming 2019 Preview

Homecoming 2019 Preview

Shavonne Pucula, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

Homecoming – a time of friends, family, laughter, fun and memories. Homecoming has been a tradition at schools and colleges for years and SUNY Buffalo State’s 2019 Homecoming activities and events are this week. This is what Buffalo State has in store for staff, students, alumni, friends, and family: ...

Campus Safety, depression and Food among the biggest concerns at the 2019 open forum

Campus Safety, depression and Food among the biggest concerns at the 2019 open forum

Shavonne Pucula, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

This year’s Student Open Forum was held on Oct. 1 during Bengal Pause. Students were able to ask questions and bring up concerns that they had about the school and how things work on campus. SUNY Buffalo State President Katherine Conway-Turner, Vice President of Student Affairs Tim Gordon, and other...

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