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.
The newly formed Buffalo State Traveler’s Club is concluding its first full semester on campus with a trip to Toronto. The club started last semester and is intended for students who enjoy traveling and sharing their travel stories.
The SUNY Buffalo State improvisational comedy group Friday Night Live (FNL), which celebrated its 10th season this semester, concluded their seven show run May 5. The FNL cast is comprised of students from Buffalo State, who have to audition to join the group.
On the Buffalo Review this week (May 1) we covered efforts at Buffalo State to reduce food waste, recent controversial advertisements and a new book about old “insane asylums” in New York.
This week’s show featured headlines from SUNY Buffalo State and conversations about efforts to bring rowing to campus and the Fashion and Textile Technology department’s Runway 10 fashion show.
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.
“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.