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Proposed student housing to revitalize Grant Street

Pat Koster, News Editor

September 1, 2015

SUNY Buffalo State students may have the opportunity to live in brand new apartments as early as September 2016. The set of apartments, which would house 750 people when finished, would be part of a privately funded project...

Sweetness 7 awaits liquor license renewal

Jonny Moran and Ryan Beiter, Executive Editor, Reporter

April 15, 2015

If you have gone to Sweetness 7 Café, 220 Grant St., recently in hopes of grabbing a beer while relaxing in the upbeat atmosphere, you were most likely told to visit the other location on Parkside Avenue. Sweetness ...

Alternative spring break in the Falls

Maris Lambie, Reporter

April 8, 2015

During this year’s spring break, SUNY Buffalo State’s Alternative Break program took students to Niagara Falls to focus on the issue of urban poverty.   With 24.9 percent of Niagara Falls residents living below...

Hepatitis A case found at Casa-di-Pizza

Pat Koster, Associate News Editor

April 2, 2015

Earlier last week, SUNY Buffalo State students received an email alert regarding a confirmed case of hepatitis A at a local restaurant, Casa-di-Pizza. The email said that Casa-di-Pizza, 477 Elmwood Ave., had a confirmed case...

Faculty addresses concerns for proposed housing

Sarah Minkewicz, News Editor

February 4, 2015

Construction for a $25 million apartment complex that targets SUNY Buffalo State students has some college officials concerned with the location, student affordability and environmental factors that surround the project. The...

On days two and three of dangerous snowfall, campus closes

Jonny Moran, Executive Editor

November 18, 2014

Updated Nov. 19, 2014 8:45 p.m.: Classes and events at SUNY Buffalo State on Wednesday and Thursday have been canceled as a taxing snowstorm hit Western New York for the three days straight, resulting so far in at least seven d...

WNY Earth Science Day at Penn Dixie

Autumn Evans, News Editor

October 30, 2014

SUNY Buffalo State celebrated the 17th annual Western New York Earth Science Day earlier this month at the Penn Dixie Paleontological and Outdoor Education Center. “It was great,” said Jeffrey Dietz, Penn Dixie’s director...

Anne Frank Project hosts Youth Day at Buffalo State

Maris Lambie, Reporter

October 30, 2014

On Oct. 27 SUNY Buffalo State’s Anne Frank Project held its second annual Youth Day in Campbell Student Union’s social hall. The Anne Frank Project welcomed students from grades 6-12 from local schools, including Hutchinson...

Artvoice staff resigns en masse, prepares to launch new publication

Jonny Moran, Executive Editor

October 29, 2014

Artvoice employees resigned en masse last week in a move to directly compete with the 24-year-old alternative newsweekly. At least seven top staff members followed former managing editor Geoff Kelly, who resigned in May, to launch...

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