Between updating resumes, filling out applications and doing interviews, the job search can be a daunting task for recent graduates. However, some students have gotten a head start on the process.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh became Justice Brett Kavanaugh after the Senate confirmed him to the Supreme Court by a vote of 50-48. The votes went down party-lines with the exceptions of Senator Joe Manchin, of West Virginia, and Senator Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska, voting “Yea” and “Present,” respectively.
The deadline to register to vote in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections is coming up fast. Voter registration applications are due on October 12, 2018, in New York State.
Native American culture is still prevalent in the U.S., but many argue it has also been abused and disrespected over the years. One issue that has generated a lot of public discussion is the use of Native American terms and imagery as sports team mascots on the professional and collegiate levels.
New York is currently studying the possibility of legalizing recreational use of marijuana as neighboring states, such as Massachusetts and Vermont, have already done so. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the study is examining the health, legal and economic effects of legalization in nearby states.
This week on the Buffalo Review (April 20), we covered a dispute between New York and the Seneca Nation, the possibility of legalizing marijuana, the Hyperloop One and drive-in movie theatres.
A proposed $1 fee on ride-hailing in upstate New York has failed to pass the state Assembly. Democrats in the Assembly had proposed the surcharge on Uber and Lyft rides in March, which they say would have generated $48 million in funds that could have been used to improve the state’s roads and bridges.