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Bliowans, Marine foreclosures and Syria: Does anyone know a good therapist?

Jonny Moran, Opinion Editor

September 12, 2013

Well, it's been a couple years since I've worked for The Record. I didn't grow tired of it, but being the editor of the Opinion section requires staying up-to-date with current affairs and whatnot, and that can wear on you. Sure,...

Same old Bills: offense comes up short when it matters most

Joseph Sarro, Reporter

September 11, 2013

It was another lonely, quiet walk back to the car for fans that attended the Buffalo Bills game on Sunday. The New England Patriots squeaked out a 23-21 win in Buffalo with a last-second field goal. The defense played superb...

’50 Shades’ of inaccuracy; popular trilogy harms more than it helps

Angelica Rodriguez, Culture Editor

September 10, 2013

There have been rumors for months about the literary toilet paper that is 50 Shades of Grey turning into a movie, and now the rumors are truth — last week, “Sons of Anarchy’s” Charlie Hunnam was announced in the role o...

Patience pays when picking major, paving way for future

Aaron Garland, Managing Editor

August 27, 2013

So, here you are. You made it. You’re enrolled in college. Now what? That’s the question I asked myself four years ago when I began my collegiate career as a sports management student at Medaille College. At the time, I...

Don’t miss out on Buffalo: Broaden your horizons

Andrew Manzella, Co-News Editor

August 27, 2013

Speaking from experience, it is easy to get lost in the mountain of homework assignments during the semester and never make it off campus to explore. While good grades are an important aspect of the college experience, and some...

Zimmerman verdict fuels gun debate hysteria

Colleen Young, Associate Culture Editor

August 27, 2013

"The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy,” President Barack Obama said on July 15. “Not just for his family, or for any one community, but for America.” When I heard that George Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree...

False liberalism threatens women’s rights

Angelica Rodriguez, Culture Editor

August 27, 2013

There has been a hailstorm brewing in Texas all summer. The Republican party in the country’s second-largest state has been waging a war on female-bodied people, with governor Rick Perry calling for a special session of the...

Lifelong health starts with choices made in college

Lazarus Lynch, Columnist

August 27, 2013

Congratulations and welcome! You’ve arrived at the next greatest plateau of your lives. You’ve finally become your own boss and you are in control. In control of what, you may ask? Two things: your future and your health. College...

Balance necessary and beneficial in college

Samantha Wulff, Associate Culture Editor

August 27, 2013

Regardless of your position within the higher education spectrum, at one point or another we all battle to find balance. College’s best lesson in preparing us for the real world is that struggle, even in its simplest form, is...

DIERKEN: Bills’ philosophy will make for thrilling season, regardless of results

Chris Dierken, Sports Editor

August 26, 2013

The NFL season is just around the corner, and for Buffalo Bills fans, this has meant one thing for the past 13 years — dreams are about to be crushed. Sadly, July and August have become the most exciting months for Bills...

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