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Academic Convocation 2005

Gareth B. Matthews, professor of philosophy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst was this year's convocation speaker. Dr. Matthews, an outstanding philosopher and scholar, explored how authors of children's stories have changed our minds and our lives by introducing children (and the rest of us) to philosophically important questions. This podcast also includes remarks by President Muriel A. Howard and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dennis Ponton.

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WBNY All-Talk: Weigel Health Center (9/12/05)

Tammy L. Kresge, coordinator of health promotions, Weigel Health Center, hosts SADE: Sex, Alcohol, Drugs, and Everything in Between, a peer education program. WBNY-FM 91.3 is Buffalo State's student-run radio station.

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WBNY All-Talk: Primary Challenge (9/19/05)

Host Jim Liegl and Primary Challenge founder Lenny Roberto talk about the week in Erie County and New York State politics. Be sure to listen every week as Primary Challenge candidates answer your questions. Primary Challenge Radio can be heard every Monday from 8:00-9:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM 91.3, Buffalo State's student-run radio station.

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WBNY All-Talk: Sports and Leisure Magazine Show (9/19/05)

Join Sports & Leisure Magazine's Shawn Krest every Monday at 7:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM as he and John Oakes break down the sporting scene in Western New York and around the country. WBNY-FM 91.3 is Buffalo State's student-run radio station.


WBNY All-Talk: Oracle of Enlightenment (9/19/05)

Host Sal Monaco and his cast of characters review the world of Sci-Fi and entertainment including movie reviews and television. The Oracle of Enlightenment can be heard every Monday from 6:00-7:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM 91.3, Buffalo State's student-run radio station.


Lecture: Tales of the Underground Railroad

Session I of What Price Freedom? The Centennial Celebration of the Niagara Movement in Buffalo, New York featured a screening of Tales of the Underground Railroad: On the Erie Canal, a film produced by Buffalo State alumnae James P. Gribbins and Bernadette Medige. Presenter Kevin Cottrell, a local authority on the Underground Railroad, and respondent Kim Pearson, The College of New Jersey, will discussed the film and answered questions.


WBNY All-Talk: Sports and Leisure Magazine Show (9/12/05)

Join Sports & Leisure Magazine's Shawn Krest every Monday at 7:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM as he and John Oakes break down the sporting scene in Western New York and around the country. WBNY-FM 91.3 is Buffalo State's student-run radio station.


WBNY All-Talk: Oracle of Enlightenment (9/12/05)

Host Sal Monaco and his cast of characters review the world of Sci-Fi and entertainment including movie reviews and television. The Oracle of Enlightenment can be heard every Monday from 6:00-7:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM 91.3, Buffalo State's student-run radio station.


WBNY All-Talk: Primary Challenge (9/12/05)

Host Jim Liegl and Primary Challenge founder Lenny Roberto talk about the week in Erie County and New York State politics. Be sure to listen every week as Primary Challenge candidates answer your questions. Primary Challenge Radio can be heard every Monday from 8:00-9:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM 91.3, Buffalo State's student-run radio station.

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Press Conference: What Price Freedom?

Wanda Davis, associate professor of educational foundations, Felix Armfield, associate professor of history and social studies education, Shelia Martin, assistant professor of English at Erie Community College, and others discuss the distinguished lecture series What Price Freedom? The Centennial Celebration of the Niagara Movement in Buffalo, New York. Learn more about the lecture series at www.buffalostate.edu/niagaramovement.


Faculty Showcase: Kathleen Contrino

Kathleen Contrino, a research scientist with the Center for Health and Social Research, discusses the New York State Victim's Assistance Academy (NYSVAA), which was held at Buffalo State College June 13-17, 2005.