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Alexander Kolasny, the president of Turning Point USA Buffalo State chapter

The president of Turning Point USA Buffalo State chapter’s thoughts on Critical Race Theory

Cait Malilay, News Editor November 22, 2021

The Record spoke with the president of Turning Point USA Buffalo State chapter, a conservative-leaning organization that values free speech and has yet to be officiated by the United Students Government,...

Drowning in crossovers: The newest trend in the entertainment industry

Drowning in crossovers: The newest trend in the entertainment industry

AJ DiMartino, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

We've reached the end of an era as the final character was recently revealed for the gaming crossover juggernaut, "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" on October 5. This final fighter, Sora from the "Kingdom...

Deborah Oppenheimer responds to a students question at the Jacqueline Vito LoRusso Alumni & Visitor Center on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021.

HBO documentary ‘Foster’ spotlights the foster care system with many moving stories

Jason Guth, Staff Writer November 1, 2021

Academy Award-winning television and film producer and Buffalo State alumna, Deborah Oppenheimer, returned to campus last week to share her career journey with students, culminating in a screening of her...

Galleria of Treats: Indoor trick-or-treating event at Walden Galleria

Galleria of Treats: Indoor trick-or-treating event at Walden Galleria

Tanya Gamble, Staff Writer October 18, 2021

The Walden Galleria Mall is hosting Galleria of Treats, an in-person trick-or-treating event in which children, family and friends can gather to experience a safer alternative to traditional door to door...

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There’s a few days left of Mercury retrograde!

Cait Malilay, News Editor October 14, 2021

Sure, we may be only a few days away from the end of Mercury retrograde, but don’t let your guard down. The last phase of 2021 runs from Sept. 27 to Oct. 18. First, and foremost, what do psychics...

Bleach stain on carpet in office in Ketchum from cleaning crew.

Is Ketchum Hall overlooked?

Cait Malilay, News Editor October 10, 2021

Ketchum Hall, home to many English and Education majors, is one of the five original buildings on campus. Despite Buffalo State College's historical reputation of being a pioneer school for education,...

The hidden history of Margaret Sanger

The hidden history of Margaret Sanger

Elijah Robinson, Opinion Editor October 4, 2021

With the recent controversy regarding abortion in Texas, growing from a widespread misconstruing of the scope of Planned Parenthood’s purpose in various communities across the United States, it is a...

Revisiting: The Social Network

Revisiting: “The Social Network”

Elijah Robinson, Opinion Editor September 15, 2021

The late David Foster Wallace, who wrote modern classics such as "Infinite Jest" was quoted as saying , “The interesting thing is why we're so desperate for this anesthetic against loneliness.” This...

The misidentification of children with intellectual disabilities

The misidentification of children with intellectual disabilities

Elijah Robinson, Opinion Editor May 18, 2021

According to the U.S. Department of Education, 13.8 percent of school students are Black Americans, but 17.9 percent of Black Americans are identified with an intellectual disability. With such a statistic,...

Return to the Roar: Redefining Normal – Again

Return to the Roar: Redefining Normal – Again

Angela Caico, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

Everyone’s definition of ‘normal’ has shifted in the past year. For the fall semester, it will have to be altered once again when in-person classes finally return! How are you feeling about the change?...

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