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New Program Enforces Advisement Policy

Buffalo State’s advisement policy will be strictly enforced through a pilot program this semester that will require more than 2,000 undergraduate students in select programs to meet with an adviser before registering for spring classes.

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Merit Scholarships Aid Retention, Graduation Rates

More than 200 first-year students are receiving at least one of four merit-based recruitment scholarships offered by the college: the All College Honors (ACH) Scholarship, the Presidential Scholarship, the Provost Scholarship, and the Dean’s Scholarship.

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Burchfield Penney to Host Conference on Avoiding Another Recession

For three days this week, scientists will take over one of Buffalo’s brightest arts venues. But the arts will also inform the discussion of economic theory.

College Poetry Club Cleans Up Elmwood

Some Buffalo State College students were using some serious elbow grease to help clean up a portion of the Queen City on Saturday. With soap, buckets, and sponges in hand, nearly a dozen student volunteers from the group “INK” tackled graffiti-covered areas along Elmwood Avenue.

Capturing a Tiger on Paper

Buffalo State College student Ramon “Ray” Dennis lost his hands and most of his forearms at age 10 in an electrical accident in his native Russia. But Dennis, who has learned to “arm paint,” inspired children and adults alike during an art event last month at the Buffalo Zoo.