A number of SUNY Buffalo State students brought the Black Lives Matter movement to the campus beginning late September.
The Paul Robeson Theatre began its season with a production of “Jitney,” which opened on Sept. 30. The play takes place in 1977 and focuses on gypsy cab drivers in Pittsburgh. It is the seventh in playwright August Wilson’s 10 play cycle, in which each play highlights a particular decade in the African American experience.
SUNY Buffalo State had an enrollment of 10,661 students in 2014 and roughly 300 of those were international students, who often face stricter policies the general student population.
On Saturday, Oct. 1, Buffalo State women’s soccer went up against the Fredonia Blue Devils in a SUNYAC rival matchup. The Bengals were coming off a big conference win against SUNY Brockport and head coach Nicholas DeMarsh mentions how big it is to be successful in conference play.
SUNY Buffalo State – among other colleges in the United States – provides their students with a generalized summary regarding the disbursement of tuition costs. Along with every SUNY school in New York, Buffalo State charges students a college fee, but provides little information about what that money goes towards.
Nick Jones, 27, is currently enrolled at SUNY Buffalo State, but his path to the school has been a unique one. Jones, who is a senior, plays tight end on the Buffalo State football team and is one of four players to be named a captain.
SUNY Buffalo State students could soon have an easy way of going out to bars, without having to drive themselves, through the use of a new social shuttle service that drives anyone who wants to explore Buffalo.