The Record

Dislexia awareness month combats misconceptions with film

Adrienne Boudreau, Reporter

November 5, 2013


Filed under Campus, City, NEWS, Recent Stories

Local organizations, including SUNY Buffalo State, came together in October for Dyslexia Awareness Month to promote awareness and fight misconceptions of the learning disability. The Council for Exceptional Children of University at Buffalo, Buffalo State and the Museum of Disability in Buffalo,...

USG swears in new senators

USG swears in new senators

Katherine Middleton, Reporter

November 5, 2013


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories

On Tuesday, Oct. 29, SUNY Buffalo State’s United Students Government held itsweekly meeting in Bulger West. During the meeting, members of USG discussed spending, spring fest and swore in new members. Before the meeting began, the judicial council gave a brief presentation on its rol...

Out-of-state company to provide housing for area students

Out-of-state company to provide housing for area students

Lauren Coppola, News Co-Editor

October 31, 2013


Filed under City, NEWS, Showcase

A new off-campus student-housing complex proposed for the West Side could become the home for as many as 600 SUNY Buffalo State students pending an environmental review and other small hurdles, according to papers submitted to the Buffalo Planning Board. Campus Crest, the nation’s second-largest...

Alcohol Awareness week impacts students on dangers of drinking

Alcohol Awareness week impacts students on dangers of drinking

Autumn Evans, Staff Writer

October 31, 2013


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

SUNY Buffalo State celebrated National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week last week with events designed to educate students about the risks associated with drinking alcohol. “What happens when students choose to drink can have lifelong or life-ending consequences,” Paula Madrigal, coordinator...

Senator Kennedy speaks on the lack of rights for unpaid interns

Senator Kennedy speaks on the lack of rights for unpaid interns

Lauren Coppola, News Co-Editor

October 31, 2013


Filed under Campus, City, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase, Uncategorized

Sen. Tim Kennedy was on campus Wednesday to speak about the lack of rights unpaid interns have in the workplace. Among an audience of about 20 people, Kennedy sat down to an intimate talk with students from colleges across Western New York over the urgency to advocate for unpaid intern protections. A...

Changes in program line-up to help sustain institution

Andrew Manzella, News Co-Editor

October 29, 2013


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories

During his campus address in September, interim President Howard Cohen identified a plan to address six focus areas he deemed crucial to the college’s future. Cohen called these the “Six Priorities,” which he will oversee this yearwhile Buffalo State searches for its next president. This is...

Undergraduate students learn the skills needed to lead and succeed

Katherine Middleton, Reporter

October 29, 2013


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories

The Emerging Student Leaders Program aims to help undergraduate students at SUNY Buffalo State discover who they are and how they can apply their unique strengths to finding a job when they graduate. Maureen Vitali, coordinator of ESLP, works hard to make sure that students are acquiring all the in...

Buffalo State commended for campus diversity

Adrienne Boudreau, Reporter

October 29, 2013


Filed under Campus, City, NEWS, Recent Stories

Buffalo State was one of 56 institutions from across the nation to be recognized for its efforts in diversity. The college received the 2013 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine earlier this month. The award congratulates Buffalo State on its “broad...

Professor of engineering technology presents on applications of 3D printing

Professor of engineering technology presents on applications of 3D printing

Sara Ali, Reporter

October 29, 2013


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories

Three-dimensional printing was the topic of discussion Thursday inside the Technology Building during a seminar given by James Mayrose, chair of Buffalo State’s engineering technology department. Mayrose discussed how influential 3D printers are in today’ssociety and what engineers, doctors and...

Hundreds witness debut of Burchfield Penney’s ‘Front Yard’ exhibit

Hundreds witness debut of Burchfield Penney’s ‘Front Yard’ exhibit

Autumn Evans, Staff Writer

October 23, 2013


Filed under Campus, City, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

The Front Yard at the Burchfield Penney Art Center lit up permanently Friday evening as a crowd of artists, neighbors and students looked on. During the event, parts of Elmwood Avenue were closed to traffic. Various food trucks lined the street. The art center and its café also extended their hours. “We’re...

SUNY Buffalo State's award-winning student news outlet since 1913
NEWS