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Enjoy a week of live music and local festivals with Step Out Buffalo

Enjoy a week of live music and local festivals with Step Out Buffalo

Step Out Buffalo, Partner
June 13, 2017
Filed under CULTURE, Recent Stories, Showcase, Step Out Buffalo

KeyBank Live at Larkin Have a bite to eat and enjoy some live music every Wednesday from 5-8:30 pm at Larkin Square on Seneca St in Buffalo. There are LOTS of food trucks to choose from, so bring your appetite and dancing shoes Canalside Live Concert Series Gary Clark Jr., who rips...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Re-Imagining of Buffalo, by Mayor Byron Brown

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Re-Imagining of Buffalo, by Mayor Byron Brown

Mayor Byron W. Brown, Special to The Record
May 12, 2017
Filed under City & Region, Letters to the Editor, OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase

I was recently asked to be a guest lecturer at a history class taught by North District Common Councilmember Joseph Golombek at Buffalo State College. He suggested I talk about how my Administration has changed the City of Buffalo, focusing on initiatives and investments that impact millennials. When...

‘The Late Show’ is not news, Colbert’s Trump comments were justified

‘The Late Show’ is not news, Colbert’s Trump comments were justified

Edwin J. Viera, Columnist
May 12, 2017
Filed under Columns, OPINION, Politics, Recent Stories, Society, Television

Donald Trump’s benchmark of his presidency has passed. His 100th day was met with multiple interviews including an interview with “Face the Nation” host, John Dickerson. During the interview Donald Trump was very evasive of any questions regarding his tax returns, the progress he made with his...

Social inequity, identity crisis and the social rift at Buffalo State

Social inequity, identity crisis and the social rift at Buffalo State

Dan Almasi, Executive Editor
May 10, 2017
Filed under Column, Columns, Editorials, OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase

Buffalo State has a very unique social fabric. There’s a social rift everyone knows is there, but most walk right around it. The rift is well-defined and extends deeper than race. Buffalo State seems pretty diverse, right? It’s not. Buffalo State has two main student demographics: Buffalo area...

Buffalo State alum and travel writer returns to Buffalo for first area book tour

Buffalo State alum and travel writer returns to Buffalo for first area book tour

Nadiya Roache, Staff Writer
May 10, 2017
Filed under NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

After experiencing adventures such as living atop Mount Washington, getting married in Nepal and exploring the vast Alaskan landscape, writer and SUNY Buffalo State alum Dan Szczesny will be returning to Western New York May 8-12 for his first book tour in the area. Szczesny, who graduated from Buffalo...

Why people are returning to their Buffalo roots

Why people are returning to their Buffalo roots

Francesca Bond, Social Media Editor
May 9, 2017
Filed under City, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

Chances are, if you live in Buffalo, you’ve heard the adage before -- “Everyone always comes back.” What is it that brings people back to Buffalo? Is it family? Food? The fact that winter lasts about eight months? For a city that has seen its fair share of hardships -- from sports teams with losi...

“Justice for Meech” offers alternative narrative on death of Wardel “Meech” Davis

“Justice for Meech” offers alternative narrative on death of Wardel “Meech” Davis

Dan Almasi, Executive Editor
May 4, 2017
Filed under City, Crime, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

When Tito Ruiz was 13 years old, he was slammed against the hood of a Buffalo Police squad car while running home to meet curfew because he “fit the description” of a suspect the police were seeking. When Ruiz got word that a “friendly” and “well-liked” kid he knew from his neighborhood...

Evergreen Committee to host end of the semester clean out May 8 – 12

Evergreen Committee to host end of the semester clean out May 8 – 12

Joel Hopkins, Opinion Editor
May 4, 2017
Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories

The Evergreen Committee will host its end of the semester clean out, Don't Throw it Out!, from May 8 until May 12 on campus at Buffalo State. This campaign aims to collect donations of clothes, food, appliances, or furniture from those who may have considered throwing out the items otherwise. Donations will be ...

Forced Campus Walk housing unfair to senior students

Forced Campus Walk housing unfair to senior students

Edwin J. Viera, Columnist
May 3, 2017
Filed under City & Region, Columns, OPINION, Recent Stories, Student Experience

Campus Walk is the newest building at Buffalo State, and it is primarily being used to house the seniors that are being forced off of campus. Seniors are leaving the campus because of a new residence life rule. “Beginning next academic year, Fall 2017, senior standing students (90 credits or more) wi...

Hotel Henry to continue historic connection between Buffalo State and Richardson-Olmsted Complex

Hotel Henry to continue historic connection between Buffalo State and Richardson-Olmsted Complex

Edwin Viera, Columnist
May 1, 2017
Filed under Campus, City, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

In 1870, architect Henry Hobson Richardson in collaboration with landscape planner Fredrick Law Olmsted designed what was going to become the Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane. The entire structure would come to be known as the Richardson - Olmsted Complex; but now, the historic structure will be called...

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