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ReddRoxx Rundown: Zolo determined to make music history

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The proverbial “jack of all trades”, Zolo encompasses every sense of the saying. He practices the delicate balance of living out his dreams and doing what’s necessary to live on a daily basis. Zolo has many unique talents that he plans to use to…

Arts + Entertainment

Local spots offer music to students

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The loud blend of bass, drums and blues guitar sweeps over you as you open the door.

Walking in, you squeeze through the crowded bar area and make your way toward the colorful lights where the band is playing. Not one person’s attention is focused anywhere…

Arts + Entertainment

Schoolhouse Rock writer performs at Burchfield Penney

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{video_photo_caption}While performing “Conjunction Junction,” Bob Dorough instructed the audience to, “Sing when I point.”

Black suit, silver hair slicked back into a ponytail and enthusiasm for his audience help
identify him as one of the greatest jazz and bebop musicians and composers in American
history. Not to mention he’s 89 years old with an attitude that screams…

Arts + Entertainment

TFA students create original comedic short film

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{video_photo_caption}Poster promoting the movie on kickstarter.com.

Follow two middle-age superheroes who find themselves out of a job in the comedic short film Friends Without Benefits, which is currently being created by Buffalo State students.

With the city a safe place for the last 20 years and no crime to be fought,…

News

Buffalo State Literacy Center tutors children

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{video_photo_caption}Pam Lange (left) and Laura Mullane (seated) prepare the daily lesson plan for their students at the literacy center.

As elementary-school students file into their weekly tutoring sessions at the Buffalo State Literacy Center, they are greeted with all kinds of tools to help teach reading. Metal surfaces are covered with brightly-colored alphabet magnets, word games like Boggle…

News

Buffalo State office prevents water pollution

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{video_photo_caption}Student assistants Jamiecka Price and Alyssa Russell present stormwater research to educate students about pollution prevention.

Buffalo State’s Environmental Health and Safety Office is currently involved in a number of outreach initiatives on campus to inform students and faculty about stormwater pollution.

Environmental Programs Coordinator John Bleech said this is part of…

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VSLC partners with AmeriCorps

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Buffalo State’s community-based work-study program that was set to expire at the end of last semester will continue, along with two new programs, thanks to a partnership with AmeriCorps.

A grant from the United States Department of Education ended in December,…

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Football announces 2012 season schedule

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No longer will the Buffalo State football team make tedious trips headlined by long bus rides to schools such as Kean University or Montclair State as they have in recent years.  The 2012 season schedule, released last week, features an all-new slate of opponents…

Neighborhood

Don’t stop biking because of snow

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Michael Hargrave
Buffalo State Record Contributing Writer

Molly Ross was trying to lock her bike to the railing outside of the Campbell Student Union as the late October wind whipped through the quad.

Ross, an undeclared graduate student, fumbled…

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Community Center receives praise

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{video_photo_caption}The Community Academic Center officially oprned its doors on Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Buffalo State held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open-house event Tuesday for the college’s Community Academic Center, bringing out local dignitaries and community members to see the new center.


Byron Brown, Mayor of Buffalo, was the featured speaker…

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Rappers find money in college

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Thomas “Tommy Too” Sheedy and Drew “Doc” Hartman are two college-educated rappers and part of a growing trend in the hip-hop community where it was once never accepted.


The duo has been rapping for the last couple of years and also serving as…

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Speakers honor Veterans Day

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{video_photo_caption}The Air Force Color Guard stands ready after a series of speeches that were held on campus on Nov. 10 in honor of Veterans Day.

Marchers walked tall in the rain last Thursday as they paraded from Chase Hall to the Memorial Rock outside of Rockwell Hall. The flyover that had been planned for the event was cut due to operational commitments of the U.S. Air Force.


Once at the rock,…

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International team maps Lake Erie

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{video_photo_caption}Researchers from Buffalo and China used resources form the Great Lakes Center for their expedition.

In an effort to isolate where Lake Erie pollution comes from, Buffalo State has begun mapping the Lake Erie shoreline in 3-D, with some international help from one of Buffalo State’s Chinese partner schools.


The project is in collaboration with Capital…

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Union questions BSC contractors

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{video_photo_caption}Protestors from the Northeast Regional Coincil of Carpenters protest Buffalo State's labor practices outside the college.

Union members have come to Buffalo State twice this semester to protest what they say is unfair labor practices on the part of contractors hired by the college.


The Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters has been engaged in a campaign across Western…

Neighborhood

Textbook kindness: Buffalo State donates books to Riverside

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{video_photo_caption}Bookin' it to Riverside

When technology upgrades made an entire set of textbooks obsolete, faculty and students in the Buffalo State Computer Information Systems department decided not to let them go to waste. Over 50 textbooks were donated to Riverside Institute of Technology high school.

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