Proof that it takes a village, legions of volunteers and service-learning students from Buffalo State College are helping the beleaguered Asarese-Matters Youth Center achieve its vision of being a safe afterschool haven for at-risk youths to learn and play.
The number of majors in the dietetics programs, offered by the Dietetics and Nutrition Department, has more than doubled in the last five years, despite rigorous admissions standards and a daunting course load.
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This past summer, Buffalo State student Dan Bracey was given the opportunity to intern in Atlanta with Adult Swim, a nightly block of programming geared toward adults on Cartoon Network. Currently in his final semester, Bracey is majoring in television and film arts.
The reductions across the SUNY system will force campuses to make painful cuts to plug gaps, but for at least one local college that expects to lose roughly $4.6 million more in state money, the situation should be manageable (Stanley Kardonsky, vice president for finance and management, quoted).
New York City–based director and Buffalo State College grad Peter Michael Marino brings his current production, A Christmas Twist, to the ALT Theatre for a three-week run.