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Learning from the Great Depression

Its theme, “Financial Crisis and Reform,” makes this year’s Cross-Border Post-Keynesian Conference relevant to everyone. The conference, held every two years, will take place at the Burchfield Penney Art Center on October 9 and 10. “Post-Keynesian” refers to a subfield of economics whose practitioners seek to correctly interpret the key insights of twentieth-century economist John Maynard Keynes, considered by many to be “the father of macroeconomics.”

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Arc de Boot

New Sculpture Honors Campus Maintenance Workers

Campus Services will formally debut a sculpture designed to celebrate the dignity of labor during a public ceremony on Friday, October 2, at 11:30 a.m. in front of the Clinton Center.

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Math and Science Complex

Science and Math Complex Adds Up to Big First Step at Buffalo State

A ceremonial groundbreaking last Friday for a $110 million science and math complex is just the start of what lies ahead at Buffalo State College.

Visual Arts Bubble Over in WNY Museums and Galleries

As the first anniversary of the Burchfield Penney Art Center’s opening approaches, the museum has dedicated the lion’s share of its space to a sprawling show that focuses on the wildly diverse endeavors of regional artists who use media associated with the craft arts.

Buffalo State, Boyes Are Winners Again

It’s been nine years since Jerry Boyes roamed the sidelines at Coyer Field, headset on, playbook in hand. The return was special for a number of reasons, some nostalgic, but mostly because the Buffalo State football team took a turn toward redemption with a 37-26 win over Western Connecticut State in front of 2,526 last Saturday afternoon.