The Career Development Center at SUNY Buffalo State hosted their annual graduate school fair Oct. 19 at the Campbell Student Union social hall. Representatives from more than 65 schools were on hand and hundreds of students attended the event hoping to learn more about a variety of graduate programs in New York and beyond.
Filmmakers from across New York descended on Buffalo for the eighth annual SUNYWide Film Festival Nov. 9-11. It was the first time Buffalo State hosted the event, which was launched in 2009 to highlight the film and video work of SUNY students and faculty.
Buffalo State hosted the eighth annual SUNYWide Film Festival Nov. 9-11, which was the first time the event was held in Buffalo. The festival was launched in 2009 to highlight the film and video work of students and faculty in the SUNY system.
The Buffalo State men’s hockey team is looking to build off a winning season last year, where they compiled a record of 18-8-1 and eventually lost to Oswego in the SUNY Athletic Conference tournament. Head coach Steve Murphy, who is entering his third season at Buffalo State, is trying to replace some key players who graduated last year, including goaltender Mike DeLaVergne, who will play professionally this year in the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL).
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.
Buffalo’s Central Terminal opened in June 1929, at a cost of $14 million, and since that time the location has provided a rich history of the paranormal that some might call priceless. The terminal was one of the largest switching systems in the world that became the especially popular during World War II.
Halloween is the one day a year where you’re encouraged to be anything besides yourself, however, the holiday can potentially pose safety risks for all ages. For example, there are often horror stories about people putting dangerous items, such as razor blades or drugs, into candy. That was apparent this year in western New York, as there were two separate reports of sharp objects being found in candy.