The popular Buffalo-based gypsy jazz band Babik will debut its new full-length orchestral show in a concert with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Friday, February 19, in the Performing Arts Center at Rockwell Hall. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Buffalo State College Music Department, which is hosting the event.
“I do not believe that Indians…have any right to forcibly keep their children out of school to grow up like themselves, a race of barbarians and semi-savages.” Thus spoke Thomas Jefferson Morgan, who served as the commissioner of Indian Affairs for the federal government from 1889 to 1893.
- Response to Senate Recommendation: Major Declaration Policy for Undergraduate Students
- Curricular Actions
- Annual 25-Year-Employees Luncheon
- Internal Control Standards
- Buffalo State College Policy on Alcohol and Drug Use in the Workplace
- SUNY B-140W Tuition Assistance Deadline
- College Senate Meeting
- Curricular Submission Deadline, Procedure
- Curricular Items
- RendezBlue at the Burchfield Penney
- Music Department Teams BPO, Babik for Fundraiser
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The recession has driven up applications to the area’s public colleges, and Buffalo State is responding with innovative new research opportunities, training, and coursework to prepare students for careers in emerging fields.
While a fourth-century clay amphora proved to be one of the Art Conservation Department’s toughest assignments, the southern Italian pottery piece was still no match for the renowned Buffalo State program.
Anthony Mullen, 2009 Teacher of the Year, brought his classroom wisdom to the Queen City with a powerful and inspiring message for students at Buffalo State College.