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    SUNY appoints Cohen interim president

    A swift search by the State University of New York Board of Trustees has identified an interim replacement for SUNY Buffalo State President Aaron Podolefsky. Dr. Howard Cohen, chancellor emeritus at Purdue University Calumet, on Tuesday was appointed interim president of Buffalo State.

  • Chartwells plans campus food truck

      The food truck phenomenon has made its way to campus as the route, menu and name of a new Chartwells truck will be decided on by students.   An open forum will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday in the United Students Government Game Room 105G for students to give their input on a name for the truck.

Sports

  • Blue Jays’ aggressive winter moves leave much to be desired

      It was a great winter to be a Blue Jays fan.   On Nov. 20, with the unexpected trade for Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle, Emilio Bonifacio and John Buck, Alex Anthopolous and the Toronto Blue Jays announced to the world that they were once again relevant in Major League Baseball.

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    Bengals soar to high heights at SUNYACs

      Several Buffalo State school records were broken as the men's and women's track and field teams finished third and second, respectively, at the SUNYAC championships this past weekend in Cortland.   "The second-place finish for the women was the highest in program history, and third was the best in a long time for the men, so we were really happy with that,” assistant coach Dustin Dimit said.

Culture

  • Crowdfunding sites kickstart a dilemma for small projects

      When Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas took to the crowdfunding website, Kickstarter in March to raise money for a potential movie, fans rejoiced, opening their wallets for the chance to see their beloved, short-lived show on the big screen.   The project raised $2 million in about nine hours, and to date over $5 million has been pledged by more than 90,000 people, making it the Kickstarter with the highest overall number of backers.

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    New fashion club attempts to cross into USG org status

      Fashion shows would not be complete without two major ingredients – hair and makeup – and these are the elements Taliek “TJ” Singletary, a sophomore hospitality major, has been taking pride in since his junior year of high school.   With the help of other business-minded individuals, Singletary is expanding his role in the fashion world and has become president of the fashion and event planning company, Crossing Boundaries.

Opinion

  • Remakes of classic films rarely live up to expectations

      Following a recent trend of superhero movies being released, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Pictures are releasing a film this summer called Man of Steel, which will reboot the Superman film franchise.   A quick look at the synopsis of Man of Steel shows that the film will contain most elements from the first two movies of the original Superman franchise, Superman (1978) and Superman II (1980).

  • Campus sexism, violence can’t be ignored

      As a student at Buffalo State, I was extremely surprised to see a student’s truck on campus last week that had a window decal displaying the image of a woman bent over in between two men who rode horses.   The men had the girl tied by ropes and the decal read "Ride her.

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