The three student media organizations at SUNY Buffalo State — The Record, BSC-TV and 91.3 WBNY-FM — have been working to create a unified media outlet called Stripes Media.
After 3.5 years and $21.2 million, SUNY Buffalo State’s Caudell Hall has reopened, which is good news for those in the college’s School of Professions. The 21,000-square-foot, which was built in 1962, houses classrooms, offices, conference rooms, and new state-of-the-art food laboratories.
This week’s show featured headlines from SUNY Buffalo State and conversations about campus tours and a new travelers club.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo appeared at SUNY Buffalo State Feb. 7 to promote his proposal to make college tuition free at public institutions for New York’s low-income and middle class residents. The program would provide free tuition for students in households making less than $125,000 per year at all SUNY and CUNY schools.
Since spring 2016, the United Students Government (USG) at SUNY Buffalo State has been trying to raise the mandatory student activity fee. We need to “bring awareness of the importance of the mandatory student activity fee,” said Latia Banks, USG treasurer. The “Lights Out” event is scheduled to begin March 17.
The Buffalo Zoo has welcomed a number a new animals in recent months. A baby ocelot named Nico was born Nov. 17 and made his debut to the public at the end of January.
The Alternative Break program allows students from SUNY Buffalo State to engage in hands-on service opportunities. The program is part of the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center, which allows students to go on trips and get involved with direct service that lasts about a week.