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The Wonder Years wrap up third Halloween extravaganza

The Wonder Years wrap up third Halloween extravaganza

Bethany Clancy, Culture Editor

November 5, 2019

For the past two years, the pop-punk band The Wonder Years has been doing Halloween cover shows in their hometown of Philadelphia and other cities on the East Coast. This year, the band has done something a little differently. Instead of two or three cities, the band chose eight special cities around the...

Haunted Historical Ghost Walks talks stranger danger

Haunted Historical Ghost Walks talks stranger danger

Bethany Clancy and Kristina DiBlasio

October 29, 2019

“Rockwell Hall has always intrigued me, as I spent a great deal of time in Delaware Park growing up nearby in North Buffalo,” said supernatural enthusiast, George Apfel. He continued, “I was driving past the hall around 2010 with a friend who saw what appeared to be lights in the tower over the...

“Cold Cuts”: The rise and fall of Buffalo State’s music publication

“Cold Cuts”: The rise and fall of Buffalo State’s music publication

Thomas Tedesco, Music Writer

October 29, 2019

It was in the year of 1972 when Gary Sperrazza enrolled at Buffalo State College and joined the student-published magazine, “Strait.” It was there that he began to write about pop and rock music. In 1973, the “Shakin’ Street Gazette” was born and the first issue was published that October in S...

Men’s Soccer shuts out Oswego, 2-0; clinches No. 3 seed in playoffs

Men’s Soccer shuts out Oswego, 2-0; clinches No. 3 seed in playoffs

Francis Boeck, Executive Editor

October 26, 2019

The SUNY Buffalo State Men’s Soccer team was picked to finish seventh out of the 10 teams this season in the SUNYAC conference after only losing four seniors from their 2018 team that finished fifth. The Bengals used the poll as bulletin board-material, winning their first seven games of the season;...

No. 25 Union College stops Football’s late comeback bid, 28-14

No. 25 Union College stops Football’s late comeback bid, 28-14

Francis Boeck, Executive Editor

October 26, 2019

The SUNY Buffalo State Football team wasn’t looking for a moral victory as they hosted the No. 25 Union College Dutchman Saturday afternoon at Coyer Field. The Bengals wanted to give the 1,626 fans in attendance the real thing on Homecoming and Family Weekend. Unfortunately, the Buffalo State’s...

Buffalo’s Ghouliest Halloween Events

Buffalo’s Ghouliest Halloween Events

Sarah Schreiber, Reporter

October 25, 2019

To all you Jack and Sally's out there who love Halloween just as much as I do, you’ll want to get all the information on Halloween events that are in the area. Luckily, the Record has you covered! Here you’ll find the events that are the biggest bang for your buck as well as the BOOOgiest events...

Do Buffalo State Students Feel Safe on Campus?

Do Buffalo State Students Feel Safe on Campus?

Jomyah Yogar, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Earlier this month, SUNY Buffalo State students and staff learned that a shooting occurred on campus during a fight. The shooting took place on Rees Street near the Student Apartment Complex and Campus Walk Apartments. Thankfully, the shot was fired into the air and no one was hurt, but the standing ...

NAACP wins the Lip Sync Battle

NAACP wins the Lip Sync Battle

Johnna Solan, Reporter

October 25, 2019

A crowd of at least 40 to 80 students gathered in the Campell Student Union Wednesday night for SUNY Buffalo State’s annual Lip Sync Battle, the event was apart of this week’s homecoming activities.  The atmosphere was emphatic and lively, all the students were dancing and singing along to the mus...

Carnival coming back to Buffalo State this year

Carnival coming back to Buffalo State this year

Sarah Schreiber, Reporter

October 24, 2019

SUNY Buffalo State is celebrating Homecoming with a week full of fun-filled activities for everyone including students, friends, family and alumni, including the popular Carnival, which the United Students Government (USG) announced is going to be brought back. The USG Carnival will take place on Friday f...

Campus safety remains a big concern mid-semester

Campus safety remains a big concern mid-semester

Johnathan Ciolek, Reporter

October 23, 2019

Crime has plagued Buffalo State students this semester and has brought many questions about safety. The answer to how to stay safe is simple but requires students to follow the suggested actions, according to the University Police Department.  In compliance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus...

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