The date was October 3, 1957, and Milton Rogovin, a Buffalo optometrist, World War II veteran, and social-justice advocate, was being grilled by the House Un-American Activities Committee. For Rogovin, the celebrated social documentary photographer who turns 100 on December 30, this period of his life was one of the most difficult. He was honored last weekend with events in the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
It’s fair to say that the American approach to Internet gambling, which is legal in much of the rest of the world, is absurd. State laws are wildly inconsistent and sometimes hypocritically excessive (Joseph Kelly, professor of business, quoted).
Buffalo State’s Charles Kenyon, dean of students, on H1N1 virus prevention and vaccinations for students.