On April 19, Wiegel Health Promotions at SUNY Buffalo State partnered with Horizon Health Services to provide students an opportunity to unwind and relax from their busy schedules with the help of a few therapy dogs.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, which is aimed at protecting drivers on the road by discouraging the use of cell phones and other devices that can cause serious accidents.
Students at SUNY Buffalo State used song, poetry and personal stories to convey messages about sexual assault at the annual “Take Back the Night” event April 10. The event is intended to empower survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through creative works.
Buffalo State’s Black Active Minds (BAM) held its 9th annual “Miss PHAT” beauty pageant April 9. Sophomore Taliece Waters won this year’s event, which included a Super Hero theme.
This week on the Buffalo Review (April 24) we covered recent acts of violent crime, distracted driving and the Great American Eclipse of 2017.
This week’s show featured headlines from SUNY Buffalo State and conversations about study abroad programs and service animals.
“The Trial of Trayvon Martin,” a new play written by Buffalo playwright and author Gary Earl Ross, explores what might have happened if the roles of Martin and George Zimmerman had been reversed.