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Tree-Huggers Rejoice: Understanding the significance of Buffalo State’s Arbor Day celebration

Tree-Huggers Rejoice: Understanding the significance of Buffalo State’s Arbor Day celebration

I'Jaz Eberhardt, Staff writer

April 27, 2018

Friday, April 26 is Arbor Day, a national holiday that promotes the planting of trees and celebrating their contributions to our environment. On Tuesday, SUNY Buffalo State held its fourth annual celebration of Arbor Day, while acknowledging the importance and significance of trees on the college’s...

Greek Life and Res Life volunteers participate in The Week of the Young Child

Greek Life and Res Life volunteers participate in The Week of the Young Child

Tara Rae Hark, News Editor

April 24, 2018

Buffalo State Childcare center receives guests from both Greek Life and Res Life on Friday, to culminate the annual week long nationwide celebration for early childhood education, The Week of the Young Child. The center which is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Ch...

Bishop Hall, new home for honor students

Bishop Hall, new home for honor students

Johnathan Ciolek, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

For the Fall 2018 semester, Bishop Hall, located between Porter and Neumann Hall, will be a new residence option for any students in the Muriel A. Howard Honors Program or the Dean’s Honors Program. Bishop Hall was originally a residence hall; however, it was soon repurposed to shelter various academic...

VIDEO: What all students need to know about Weigel Health Promotions

VIDEO: What all students need to know about Weigel Health Promotions

Tito Ruiz, Contributor

April 23, 2018

At a time when crime on college campuses is rampant, and student health and wellness is paramount, Tru Ink Media created a vivid 2-minute and 15-second public service announcement for Weigel Health Promotions, SUNY Buffalo State College’s peer health and wellness advocacy program. This PSA titled Wh...

VIDEO: Go to the Tabernacle for the food, stay for the art

VIDEO: Go to the Tabernacle for the food, stay for the art

Francesca Bond, Executive Editor

April 23, 2018

The Tabernacle may be a restaurant but it feels like an impromptu art gallery. Buffalo's west side just got a new hang out spot. The Tabernacle, a bar-restaurant conjoined with popular cafe Sweetness 7, is opening on Grant Street. Its building used to be an old church, hence the name, with reli...

Graduate school answers questions at info session

Graduate school answers questions at info session

Michael McMahon, Contributor

April 23, 2018

The Buffalo State Graduate School held its semi-annual information session this past Wednesday for potential graduate students. The session, held in the Butler Library, gave nearly two dozen undergraduate students the opportunity to ask questions on the wide range of degree plans and the ability to...

Buffalo State Childcare Center celebrates The Week of the Young Child

Buffalo State Childcare Center celebrates The Week of the Young Child

Tara Rae Hark, News Editor

April 20, 2018

As trumpet horns blow, tiny hands clap, and little feet tap, The Week of the Young Child is in full swing. Each year The National Association for the Education of Young Children, NAYEC, dedicates a week to celebrating early childhood education. This year the Buffalo State Childcare Center participated...

Gov. Cuomo signs Middle Class Recovery Act in Buffalo

Gov. Cuomo signs Middle Class Recovery Act in Buffalo

Francis Boeck, Managing/Sports Editor

April 20, 2018

Governor Andrew Cuomo continued his crusade for the middle class on his first trip to the Queen City this year by signing the Middle Class Recovery Act on Thursday. After a press conference with many local leaders at the University at Buffalo’s Downtown campus, Cuomo inked into law a continuation...

LIVE: Gov. Cuomo speaks at UB about Middle Class Recovery Act

LIVE: Gov. Cuomo speaks at UB about Middle Class Recovery Act

Francis Boeck, Managing/Sports Editor

April 19, 2018

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Tower 3 closed for renovation next year

Tower 3 closed for renovation next year

Conner Wilson, Reporter

April 19, 2018

New changes are coming to Buffalo State’s residential student body next year. Tower 3 will be closed and under renovation for the 2018-2019 academic year. “This is a part of a long term plan to renovate the towers," said Curtis L. Brickhouse, Associate Director at Residence Life. Brickhouse...

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