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Listen: NY primary, Buffalo St housing & food truck Tuesday


Dr. Bruce Bryski, communication professor at Buffalo State, speaks with Buffalo Review producer Madison Marquardt about the 2016 presidential election.

Joseph Kasko

(Buffalo, N.Y.) – Last week on the Buffalo Review (4/18) we discussed the 2016 presidential election, a change in the SUNY Buffalo State housing policy and the first food truck Tuesday of the year.

In the first half of the show, we spoke with Dr. Bruce Bryski, an associate professor in the communication department at Buffalo State, about the Democratic and Republican races for president prior to the New York primary April 19.

Listen to part 1 here and listen to part 2 here.

Next we discussed changes to the Buffalo State residence hall selection process, which now gives priority to freshman and sophomores and has been criticized by a number of upperclassmen, with Emily Niman, the associate news editor of The Record.

Listen to part 3 here.

Finally, we spoke with Leslie Zemsky from Larkin Square about the first food truck Tuesday of the year on April 19.

Listen to part 4 here.

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