This week on the Buffalo Review (May 8), we covered flooding along Lake Ontario, free speech on college campuses, the Books for Kids literacy program and the evolution of comic books.
Weigel Health Services at Buffalo State held a sexual assault awareness workshop to highlight the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships. The event was part of efforts to draw attention to the issue during April, which is sexual assault awareness month.
Buffalo Sate has partnered with Zhengzhou University of Light Industry in China to offer students a summer exchange opportunity. The two-week trip is intended to introduce students to Chinese culture and traditional arts.
This week’s show featured headlines from SUNY Buffalo State and conversations about study abroad programs and service animals.
The Student Life department at SUNY Buffalo State held its annual Women’s Leadership Conference March 31, which was entitled “Be Bold.” The purpose of the conference is to bring women together to discuss the development of leadership skills.
The Books for Kids literacy program is entering its 23rd year of helping children from underserved neighborhoods in western New York increase their reading habits.
SUNY Buffalo State will partner with the Buffalo Public Schools and McKinley High School to create a new teacher training program called the Urban Teacher Academy.