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10th Annual Environmental Information Fair to be held April 20 at Buffalo State

10th Annual Environmental Information Fair to be held April 20 at Buffalo State

Joel Hopkins, Opinion Editor

April 19, 2017


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories

SUNY Buffalo State will host it's 10th Annual Environmental Information Fair on April 20. The event is an opportunity for students to educate themselves on a number of related topics, and meet with local groups. "It's a great way to find out information about local green initiatives and on-campus...

Society must entirely re-think local print journalism

Society must entirely re-think local print journalism

Dan Almasi, Executive Editor

April 12, 2017


Filed under City & Region, NEWS, OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase, Society

It’s no secret that journalism is in a bad place, but still, too few understand how bad it truly is, and even fewer fully grasp the potential ramifications of insufficient news coverage on affected communities. Journalism on a local level is no longer profitable in its current business model. In...

International Student Organization holds lively International Culture Festival

International Student Organization holds lively International Culture Festival

Donte' Hemmans-Murdock, Reporter

April 10, 2017


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

On Saturday, the International Student Organization (ISO) held its annual International Cultural Fiesta in the Campbell Student Union Social Hall. The lively three-hour event had many different cultural performances, food from around the world and prizes for contest winners. ISO’s President Vaibhav...

Meet the new United Students Government president, Monique Maxwell

Meet the new United Students Government president, Monique Maxwell

Francis Boeck, Associate Sports Editor

April 7, 2017


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase, United Students' Government

Since she was in elementary school Monique Maxwell has always felt compelled to get involved. She was captain of the cheer team and involved in student government in high school. As soon as she arrived at Buffalo State, Maxwell wanted to continue being an active member of her community. With an active...

Buffalo State to celebrate Take Back the Night on April 10

Buffalo State to celebrate Take Back the Night on April 10

April 5, 2017


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

SUNY Buffalo State will hold its annual Take Back the Night event on Monday, April 10 in the Social Hall at 6 p.m. Take Back the Night is a nationwide event intended to empower sexual assault survivors as they share their stories as well as give others who want to show their support for the caus...

Ugandan refugee finds sense of belonging, a future in Buffalo

Ugandan refugee finds sense of belonging, a future in Buffalo

Georgina Hallowell & Daniel Carapetyan, Contributors

April 3, 2017


Filed under City, NEWS, Recent Stories

War moved 21-year-old refugee Ygeutte Rudahindwa from Democratic Republic of the Congo to Uganda at the age of 10 where she stayed for 11 years, attending high school, before feeling unwanted and running into problems with people in the refugee camp. Rudahindwa has found a home in Buffalo and has...

Paladino Announces Run for BSC President

Paladino Announces Run for BSC President

Francis Boeck, Associate Sports Editor

April 1, 2017


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Politics, The Wreckard

On Thursday morning developer and Buffalo School board member Carl Paladino announced that he would run for the office of president at Buffalo State College. “The heat and A/C is terrible in many of the buildings, the parking is horrendous and the food is terrible.  The students of Buffalo State...

Grant To Be Mayor Brown’s Running Mate in the Upcoming Election

Grant To Be Mayor Brown’s Running Mate in the Upcoming Election

Francis Boeck, Associate Sports Editor

April 1, 2017


Filed under Campus, City, NEWS, Politics, The Wreckard, United Students' Government

United Students Government President Terron Grant may be leaving Buffalo State in a few months, but he won't be leaving the city as the Buffalo State senior will be Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown's running mate in the upcoming mayoral election. Last Week, Grant received a letter from the mayor's office,...

‘Peace rally’ leads to violence at SUNY Buffalo State

‘Peace rally’ leads to violence at SUNY Buffalo State

The Wreckard Staff

April 1, 2017


Filed under NEWS, The Wreckard

38 people have been hospitalized after a riot took place during a “peace rally” at SUNY Buffalo State on April 1. Donna Murphy, a senior at SUNY Buffalo State, orchestrated the rally and said the protest began non-violent, but tempers escalated as the event went on. “We gathered here today...

Fake news sweeps Buff State, President Conway-Turner plans to shut down Record

Fake news sweeps Buff State, President Conway-Turner plans to shut down Record

Francesca Bond, Social Media Editor

April 1, 2017


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase, The Wreckard

In a shocking announcement made at this morning’s College Senate meeting, Buffalo State President Katherine Conway-Turner expressed interest in shutting down The Record due to “lies and deceit.” “In this day and age, students have no idea what is real and what isn’t. On this campus, the...

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