This week’s show (May 10) covered stories about the next step for graduating Buffalo State seniors and Project Flight, which is a group working to promote literacy. It also featured conversations about the end of the year concerts on campus and representations of Native Americans in sports and media.
This week’s show (May 3) featured reports about the Buffalo State Benji Awards and concerns about campus safety after an armed robbery in Cassety Hall. It also included conversations about the Death with Dignity Act and changes at Buffalo State over the last 25 years.
This week’s show (April 26) featured reports about the Buffalo State rugby teams and a student who has overcome a difficult medical condition through art. It also included conversations about comic books, after “Superman” celebrated its 80th anniversary, and the Buffalo State production of the classic musical “Cabaret.”
This week’s show featured stories about Buffalo State’s 11th annual fashion show “Runway” and an event to clean up Grant Street. It also included conversations about the wage gap between men and women and Common Core standards in New York.
This week’s show featured stories about the Grace Guest House in South Buffalo and a new book called “100 Things to Do in Buffalo Before You Die.” It also included conversations about geology and Mercy Flight.
This week’s show featured stories about a possible new tax on Uber and Lyft services in New York and a Buffalo prop house that capitalizing on the growing movie business in western New York. It also featured conversations about fake news and domestic violence.
This week’s show featured stories about a unique Buffalo State student, a battle of the deejay’s competition and conversations about service animals for veterans and Buffalo State’s study abroad program.