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Ocean Karim elected to attend graduate a school

Are students choosing graduate school for the right reasons?

Janiyyah Christopher, Staff Writer May 7, 2024

Graduation day is less than two weeks away! For most undergrads, reaching the finish line is a celebration. For others, it's one of the scariest things ever. After graduation many people begin the process...

Robby Motz and Erin Habes pose with Motzs groups Design-a-thon creation.

Review: New Era Cap Design-a-thon Fashion Show

Cydney Ramos, Staff Writer April 17, 2024

Last week, a student fashion show that goes by the name of Design-a-thon was held in the Technology Building of Buffalo State University, sponsored by New Era Cap. In the midst I managed to get a lot of...

SUNY Fredonia eliminates several majors

SUNY Fredonia eliminates several majors

Matthew Karovski, Writer/Editor April 15, 2024

Declining enrollment coupled with chronic underfunding from SUNY under previous NYS administration contribute to a grim scene for some SUNY schools. SUNY Fredonia, for one, is planning to eliminate...

Staff writer Antoine Lopez joins a crowd outside in New York City to catch a glimpse of the eclipse.

The Record reflects on the 2024 eclipse

Angela Caico, President April 14, 2024

Millions of people collectively observed a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon that took place on April 8. Chances are, you’ll remember where you were. Were you cheering or speechless? Were you saying...

US Border Patrol, Marfa, Texas by Lars Plougmann is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/?ref=openverse.

SCOTUS decision to allow arbitrary removal of people in Texas suspended

Matthew Karovski, Writer/General Editor March 27, 2024

Irrespective of national origin, individuals deserve to be treated humanely and with respect. In Texas, SB 4, an incredibly controversial statute, emboldens law enforcement officials to detain or arrest...

The academic commons in E.H. Butler Library at Buffalo State, where students can sit and study.

Does the Library close too early on Saturdays?

Nushaiba Islam, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

Weekends can be tough: deciding whether to go out with your friends or to complete assignments. Sometimes, we need a quiet, private place to study. A roommate can be loud and noisy; perhaps the dorm room...

Staff writer Cydney Ramos with Archie Marshall, lead singer of King Krule.

Concert review: King Krule in Boston

Cydney Ramos, Staff writer February 29, 2024

One of my favorite bands, King Krule, came out with an album last summer called Space Heavy. I indulged in every single song and basically dedicated my life to the album for a few months. Space Heavy consists...

The Erie County Holding Center.

Pushing for Corrective Justice: A NYS Bill to Protect the Rights of Incarcerated Individuals

Matthew Karovski, Writer February 19, 2024

New York Assembly bill A8364, a bill focused on the protection of the rights of incarcerated individuals, was introduced to the NYS Committee on Corrections in January 2023. It remains in the Senate Committee. In...

A table that is conducive to Restorative Justice conversations and circles.

Restorative Justice: Addressing Conflict through Conversation

An Interview with Associate Dean Janelle Brooks
Matthew Karovski, Writer December 4, 2023

When someone utters the phrase “student conduct office”, what thoughts enter your mind? Some may associate the Student Conduct & Community Standards, or Judicial Affairs, with the office that issues...

Traditional hockey stick wrapped in pride tape

The issue of banning theme nights in the NHL

Andrew Forsyth, Sports Editor November 9, 2023

Before the NHL season, the league banned every team's pride and heritage jerseys. These jerseys have been a staple of celebrations of different cultures and heritages for years, and now these celebrations...

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