Friday, February 26, 2010

Campus construction disrupts student life

Students at Buffalo State College have been, and continue to be, subjected to intermittent losses of power and water outages that have made everyday tasks like showering and studying a major dilemma. But as many students agree the biggest disruption to campus life is the continuous noise that interrupts students from their sleep and study.
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Drummers tap into West African culture

They’re loud. They’re proud. And they’ve got the beat.

The West African Drumming Ensemble is the latest addition to the music department at Buffalo State College. The group started meeting this semester and students, faculty and staff are encouraged to join. They gather at 6 p.m. every Thursday in Rockwell Hall, room 107.

The ensemble can be taken as a one-credit course, but students who have any kind of interest in learning about west African culture and music can join the group.
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Buffalo State retail dining area 'beefed up'

      The Sodexo-operated dining facility, found in the Buffalo State College student union, introduced a few upgrades to campus-dining services including multiple new breakfast options, a fresh salad and Panini bar, increased breakfast hours of operation and multiple new plastic silverware utensils.
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