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Tune in tomorrow to ‘‘Conversations With Cait’ ep. 2: Texas book bans’ on 91.3 WBNY-FM!

Cait Malilay, News Editor January 16, 2022

“‘Conversations With Cait’ ep. 2: Texas book bans” is set to air on 91.3 WBNY-FM tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. This episode’s discussion will be about Gov. Greg Abbott and Republican representative...

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The owner of Yu and Me Books shares her thoughts on the Texas book banning situation

Cait Malilay, News Editor January 13, 2022

The owner of Yu and Me Books, the first New York City-based bookstore owned by a female Asian-American, said that the censorship of books in Texas school libraries by Republican lawmakers is “ridiculous...

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Supporters of Bob Avakian and Charlie Kirk agree on one thing: the censorship of books is not ok

Cait Malilay, News Editor January 10, 2022

Texas Republican lawmakers are on the hunt to take down books in school libraries that center on race, the LGBTQ+ community and sexual health. In a letter to the executive director of the Texas Association...

Buffalo’s latest urban movie: An interview with writer Duece King

Tanya Gamble, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

Duece King is a playwright, author, and motivational speaker born and raised in Buffalo, NY. He's recently taken on the role of creating movies in partnership with AK Reed and together they are diversifying...

Revisiting: The Hateful Eight

Revisiting: ‘The Hateful Eight’

Elijah Robinson, Opinion Editor December 27, 2021

The concept of unity is seen during tough times. It doesn’t necessarily mean that people care for one another. There is no better example of this than in "The Hateful Eight." In the first scene,...

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Protecting conservative thought and what it’s like for this professor to be on Turning Point USA’s professor watchlist

Cait Malilay, News Editor December 20, 2021

Last month, I had the opportunity to interview the president of Turning Point USA State University of New York College at Buffalo chapter, a conservative-leaning organization that has yet to be officiated...

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Recap of ‘Conversations With Cait’ episode 1: Kayla King on writing, editing and ‘The Elpis Pages’

Cait Malilay, News Editor December 19, 2021

"Conversations With Cait," a new podcast that centers on the arts, culture and race and gender politics, is set to air on 91.3 WBNY-FM on Monday at 7:30 a.m. Don't have time to tune in? "Conversations...

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Taylor Swift turns 32 in two days! What’s your favorite Swift song?

Cait Malilay, News Editor December 11, 2021

Taylor Swift's birthday is on Dec. 13, so in honor of her, here are my top 11 Swift songs. If someone says they're not a Swiftie, they must like at least one song by her. If they tell you otherwise,...

SUNY Chancellor hearing calls for resignation after controversial messages

SUNY Chancellor hearing calls for resignation after controversial messages

Thomas Tedesco, Vice President December 3, 2021

SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras is facing harsh criticism following a report that uncovered controversial messages he sent to the first woman who publicly accused former Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. Lindsey...

The Elpis Pages

Calling all feminists and readers!! Buffalo State College alumna’s book launch party to take place on December 10

Cait Malilay, News Editor December 3, 2021

SUNY Buffalo State College alumna and fiction and poetry author Kayla King will be hosting a book launch party for "The Elpis Pages," a collective that explores “the nuanced complexity of womanhood,”...

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