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Retail’s downfall, Amazon’s rise and the fate of book stores

Retail’s downfall, Amazon’s rise and the fate of book stores

Edwin J. Viera, Opinion Editor

May 10, 2018


Filed under Business Reviews, City & Region, OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase, Society, Student Experience, Technology

As a kid, one of my favorite feelings was going to a toy store to pick out a new toy or something to play with my friends. Some of you may remember the rush you go when you would see all the new toys packaged and ready for purchase. As we all got older, this feeling goes away but something is usually...

Buffalo Vegan Drinks discuss issues surrounding the local vegan community

Buffalo Vegan Drinks discuss issues surrounding the local vegan community

Donté Hemmans-Murdock, Reporter

May 10, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, Recent Stories, Showcase

On April 14, Buffalo Vegan Drinks held a meetup event at the Perks Café on Main Street. They discussed the need for more vegan options in restaurants, the location of these restaurants, and the affordability of vegan dishes which are all major concerns. Although it was an unusually low turnout for the Bu...

2018 UEFA Champions League Final Preview

2018 UEFA Champions League Final Preview

Emmanuel Rodriguez, Associate Sports Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Column, Column, Recent Stories, Showcase, SPORTS

It’s the most wonderful time of the year...for a football fan. The 2017-18 football season is coming to a close and with most titles secured and a couple of matchdays left, we turn our eyes to the Champions League Final in Kiev, Ukraine to get us hyped up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Ironically,...

Do sitcoms have a future on television?

Do sitcoms have a future on television?

Edwin J. Viera, Opinion Editor

May 8, 2018


Filed under OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase, Society, Television

Television has always been evolving. Since the days of The Honeymooners, to the current era of streaming being a dominant force in how people consume media. While many shows that dominate the airwaves are dramas relating either to politics or comedy-dramas centering on the condition of a family dealing ...

Women’s media is written by women but seems to be oriented around men

Women’s media is written by women but seems to be oriented around men

Edwin J. Viera, Opinion Editor

May 8, 2018


Filed under OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase, Society, Student Experience

Women’s magazines are somewhat deceptive because they attempt to trick women into making them feel bad about looking a certain way. In reality, some of these magazines were started so that women could have a place to air the way they felt about the world around them, to have a place to really express...

Don’t let allergies stop you from living your best life

Don’t let allergies stop you from living your best life

Brianna Baptiste, Columnist

May 7, 2018


Filed under Advice, Environment & Ecology, OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase, Society, Student Experience

At last, the long awaited spring weather we’ve all been praying for is finally here. Buffalo is notorious for its frigid temperatures, so when the spring weather comes it’s a relief. For months we had to trudge through the snow, sleet and freezing rain. Lately, we’ve been able to take walks in...

People only learn about “the pop culture of politics” instead of in-depth goings on

People only learn about “the pop culture of politics” instead of in-depth goings on

Edwin J. Viera, Opinion Editor

May 7, 2018


Filed under OPINION, Politics, Recent Stories, Showcase, Society, Technology, Television

With an eye on the world of politics and on those cat videos, people are hopelessly glued to their screens to find out what will be happening next. Since the President could be facing indictment in the Robert Mueller investigation, many people will be looking to see what anyone will have to say about...

Vice President for Finance and Management announces retirement

Vice President for Finance and Management announces retirement

I’Jaz Eberhardt, Staff writer

May 4, 2018


Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase, Uncategorized

After serving the SUNY Buffalo State community for nearly six years, Vice President for Finance and Management Michael LeVine will retire this August. His decision was announced in February via a post on The Daily Bulletin from President Katherine Conway-Turner. LeVine has been in higher education for nearly four decades, a milestone ...

Season ends for Softball in Day One of SUNYAC Championships

Season ends for Softball in Day One of SUNYAC Championships

The Record Staff

May 3, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Showcase, Softball, SPORTS, Women's Sports

The SUNY Buffalo State Softball team’s 2018 campaign came to end with a pair of losses at the SUNYAC Championships at SUNY Geneseo Thursday. After winning just one of their last six games to close out the regular season the Bengals got the sixth seed in the playoffs and drew the top-seeded Geneseo...

Movies lose their ability to provide social consciousness about weary consumer world

Movies lose their ability to provide social consciousness about weary consumer world

Edwin J. Viera, Opinion Editor

May 1, 2018


Filed under Economics, Film, OPINION, Recent Stories, Showcase, Society

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a way to predict if the market is doing good or bad. Recently the market hasn’t been as strong as it has been since the crash of the stock market in 2008. Certain stocks play a role in this measurement. None is more prominent than the multinational corporation, Berkshire...

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