The SUNY Buffalo State women’s hockey team is looking to build off of last year’s ECAC playoff victory against Potsdam, which was the first in program history. Newly hired head coach Jennifer Wilson said getting off to a strong start this season would be a challenge for her new team.
A state review has found Buffalo State is not fully complaint with a law intended to protect students from sexual assault. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the preliminary results Sept. 19 of a state-wide review of all colleges and universities to monitor compliance with New York’s “Enough is Enough” law.
SUNY Buffalo State, earlier this month, held a professional development workshop intended to promote “wellness at work.” The hour-long workshop provided tips about improving nutrition, relaxation and physical activity while in the workplace, that organizers say can benefit a person’s health and only take a few minutes a day.
Many exchange students say they find balancing money, time management, socializing and independence to be some of the greatest challenges while living abroad. Adelaide, Australia is one of many exchange locations offered to SUNY students where they can put their independence, social life and budgeting to the test.
In the fourth episode, we discussed festival keynote speaker Kyle Bradstreet, the impact of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the popularity of zombie films. Bradstreet is the award winning executive producer and writer for “Mr. Robot” on USA Network.
The Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State opened two separate exhibitions last month featuring the work and personal items of Buffalo artist Craig LaRotonda.
The SUNY Buffalo State Music Department kicked off its “Celebrate American Music” concert series with the Buffalo Jazztet Oct. 5. “The Birth of Bebop: Tad, Diz, and Monk at 100” was the first of seven concerts in the series the department will host over the school year.