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Burchfield’s ‘Front Yard’ exhibit delayed one month

Burchfield’s ‘Front Yard’ exhibit delayed one month

Andrew Manzella, News Co-Editor

September 18, 2013

The Burchfield Penney Art Center will start projecting original video art on the front of the building at sunset on Oct. 18, one month after “The Front Yard” was originally scheduled to open. Designed by Brian Milbrand, technical assistant within the communication department at Buffalo State,...

Campus unveils Technology Building

Campus unveils Technology Building

Lauren Coppola, News Co-Editor

September 18, 2013

Buffalo State held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday to celebrate the opening of the new Technology Building. The 87,000 square-foot facility includes new state-of-the-art equipment for fashion and textile technology, computer information systems and engineering technology. The ribbon ceremony...

Workforce Recruitment Program helps connect students with disabilities to future employers

Workforce Recruitment Program helps connect students with disabilities to future employers

Autumn Evans, Reporter

September 17, 2013

SUNY Buffalo State will participate in the Workforce Recruitment Program again this year. The program is designed to help students with disabilities find employment. WRP is an employment database that connects public and private sector employers with college students with disabilities. It offers internships,...

Weekly Elmwood farmer’s market brings out community

Weekly Elmwood farmer’s market brings out community

Adrienne Boudreau, Reporter

September 17, 2013

The Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market, a producer-only market, gives students and locals alike the opportunity to buy fresh, locally made products. Over 35 vendors from Western New York set up shop at Bidwell Parkway every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to sell everything from organic cheeses to cosmetics...

Animal specialist shares experience from Africa with campus

Animal specialist shares experience from Africa with campus

Andrew Manzella, News Co-Editor

September 17, 2013

Imagine driving down an unfamiliar road on a wide-open landscape. Seeing a caravan of dog-like animals coming toward you in the distance, you slow down to get a better look. A pack of painted wolves, a rare sight, approach your party. For Rick Lampe, a badger specialist and professor of biology at...

Cohen addresses campus, prepares for ‘year of transition’

Cohen addresses campus, prepares for ‘year of transition’

Michael Canfield, Associate News Editor

September 11, 2013

Interim President Howard Cohen addressed campus for the first time Tuesday afternoon, laying out six issues Buffalo State will be dealing with this year. Cohen began the address by introducing himself, and paying respects to former President Aaron Podolefsky, who passed away in August. “This...

Alumni Association plans for alumni house

Lauren Coppola, Co-News Editor

September 11, 2013

An alumni house and visitor center is in the works to be built on or nearby the Buffalo State campus. The building will feature events such as awards banquets, volunteer leadership conferences, and reunions with past graduates. “The Alumni House and Visitor Center will be a gateway to the campus...

Aaron Podolefsky: The man, president Buffalo State deserved

Aaron Podolefsky: The man, president Buffalo State deserved

Brandon Schlager, Executive Editor

September 11, 2013

At his presidential inauguration in 2010, Aaron Podolefsky stepped confidently and considerately out in front of a podium inside Rockwell Hall and spoke of his desire to make Buffalo State — and, by extension, the world — a better place. His vision centered around three simple words that would...

Students feel a void in wake of Podolefsky’s passing

Students feel a void in wake of Podolefsky’s passing

Aaron Garland, Managing Editor

September 11, 2013

Muhammed Sumbundu was just about to book his flight to San Antonio, Texas, to attend the Young Democrats of America’s 2013 Biennial National Convention. But before purchasing the ticket, he opened his email and upon reading the devastating news contained in one specific message, Sumbundu had a sudden...

Community joins campus in mourning the loss of Podolefsky

Community joins campus in mourning the loss of Podolefsky

Michael Canfield, Associate News Editor

September 11, 2013

When the news of former President Aaron Podolefsky’s death began to spread across the Buffalo area, numerous political and business leaders in the community took to social media to express their condolences. “RIP to Dr. Aaron Podolefsky. My conversation with him at Acropolis in 2012 will never...

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