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  April 2005  »

The Tempest: The Journey

Kathy Clay, Theater and Design, discusses her research, "The Tempest: The Journey," at the Seventh Annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration.  [more…]


A Sinking Feeling: The Floating Mini Baja Car

Alberto Rodriguez, Mechanical Engineering Technology, discusses his group's research, "A Sinking Feeling: The Floating Mini Baja Car, " at the Seventh Annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration.  [more…]


Stories from the Trench: A World War I Comic

Erik Hecker, History and Social Studies Education, discusses his project, "Stories from the Trench: A World War I Comic," at the Seventh Annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration.  [more…]


Soda Firing Techniques and Surfaces

Morgan Swindlehurst, Design and Art Education, discusses her research at the Seventh Annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration.  [more…]


Theatrical Set Design Goes Corporate

George Liaros and Michelle Maiorana discuss their research, "Theatrical Set Design Goes Corporate," at the Seventh Annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration.  [more…]


Biting Metal

Katie Miess, Design, and Mary Semrau, Design, discuss their research, "Biting Metal," at the Seventh Annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration.  [more…]


Card Catalog Poetry Project Reading

In celebration of National Poetry Month, Buffalo State College poets were invited to participate in the Card Catalog Poetry Project: a collection of poems written on library catalog cards.  [more…]

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Poetry

Chancellor King: The SUNY Tuition Guarantee

State University of New York Chancellor Robert L. King today speaks to Buffalo State faculty, staff, and students about the "SUNY Tuition Guarantee," a tuition plan for SUNY.  [more…]

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Speeches

Ruben Santiago-Hudson: Question and Answer Session

Ruben Santiago-Hudson, writer of Lackawanna Blues, answers questions from the public in an open forum. Excerpts include Santiago-Hudson on returning to Buffalo, the impact of Lackawanna Blues, and his plans to mount a production of the play in Buffalo next year.

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Arts |
Theater

Arun Gandhi: Nonviolence as a Positive Way of Life

Arun Gandhi, founder of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence and grandson of Mohanda Gandhi, presents "Nonviolence as a Positive Way of Life." The event, sponsored by the Buffalo State Coalition for International Relief Efforts of Higher Education and United Students' Government, was part of an effort to raise awareness and funds for the victims of the December 26, 2004 tsunami in Asia.  [more…]

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Community |
Speeches